Allelic variation of simple sequence repeats markers linked to PPV resistance in Chinese apricot

https://doi.org/10.17221/278/2015-HORTSCICitation:Zhang Q., Liu W., Liu N., Zhang Y., Xu M. (2017): Allelic variation of simple sequence repeats markers linked to PPV resistance in Chinese apricot. Hort. Sci. (Prague), 44: 6-13.
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Apricot is one of the oldest fruit tree crops in China and it was spread via Armenia to other areas. There are about ten species of apricot (Subg. Armeniaca Mill.) worldwide, among which nine species are native to China. Sharka disease caused by the Plum pox virus (PPV) is widely distributed in the main producing regions of apricot. In this study, linked simple sequence repeats (SSR) primers were used to detect allele variations potentially associated with PPV resistance among Chinese apricot germplasm resources, including 52 accessions belonging to Prunus armeniaca, 7 to Prunus mandshurica, 6 to Prunus sibirica, 4 to Prunus mume, 17 to other species or types. The allelic variation at loci with PPV resistance showed that these SSR markers linked to PPV resistance kept a relatively high level of diversity in Chinese apricot. The special alleles and genotypes only found in South China cultivars might reveal new PPV resistance sources. Some famous local cultivars of Chinese apricot might be considered as candidates for PPV resistance.  
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