pms3 is the locus causing the original photoperiod-sensitive male sterility mutation of 'Nongken 58S'

Minghua Mei, Liang Chen, Zhihong Zhang, Ziyin Li, Caiguo Xu, Qifa Zhang
Science in China Series C-Life Science, 1999, 42(3): 316-322     追溯原文......本站官方QQ群:62473826
photoperiod-sensitive genic male sterile (PSGMS) rice - gene mapping - restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) - randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) - amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP)

Photoperiod-sensitive genic male sterile (PSGMS) rice is a very useful germplasm for hybrid rice development. It was first found as a spontaneous mutant in a japonica cultivar ’Nongken 58.pms3 on chromosome 12 was determined to be the locus where the original PSGMS mutation occurred, changing the normal cultivar Nongken 58 to PS-GMS Nongken 58S. Large amounts of RAPD and AFLP analyses were also conducted for the fine mapping of the pms3 genomic region, which resulted in 4 molecular markers linked to pms3. Although these markers somewhat increased the marker density of this region, the pms3 locus is still located in a marker-sparse region.

  光温敏雄性核不育基因 pms3; p/tms12-1; IncRNA; LDM