TABLE 1

Descriptions of wheat genotypes used for sequence analysis of the WAP2 gene

WAP2 gene sourcePloidyGenomesGenotypeSource designationGenBank no.
T. aestivum ssp. aestivum (CS)6xABDQQcv. Chinese SpringAY702956
T. turgidum ssp. dicoccoides (CS-DIC 5A)a6xABDqqTA3446bAY702957
T. aestivum ssp. macha6xABDqqPI 361862AY714342
T. aestivum ssp. spelta (Iranian)c6xABDQQDS 5A IrandAY714340
T. aestivum ssp. spelta (European)e6xABDqqDS 5A EuropedAY714341
T. aestivum ssp. spelta (European)6xABDqqTA2603AY702960
T. turgidum ssp. durum (LDN)4xABQQcv. LangdonAY702955
T. turgidum ssp. carthlicum4xABQQTA2801AY702959
T. turgidum ssp. polonicum4xABQQCItr 191826fAY714339
T. turgidum ssp. dicoccum4xABqqCItr 14621AY714343
T. urartu2xAqqTA704AY702958
T. monococcum2xAmqqcv. DV92AY170867
  • a Disomic chromosome substitution line where a pair of 5A chromosomes from T. turgidum ssp. dicoccoides (TA106) was substituted for the native pair of 5A chromosomes in Chinese Spring by the late E. R. Sears.

  • b Sources with TA designations are maintained by the Wheat Genetics Resource Center, Kansas State University (Manhattan, KS).

  • c Disomic substitution line where a pair of 5A chromosomes from Iranian spelt (H. Kuckuck's accession 407a) was substituted for the native pair of 5A chromosomes in Chinese Spring by E. R. Sears as described in Luo et al. (2000). Seed provided by J. Dvorák (University of California, Davis, CA).

  • d Designations as reported in Luo et al. (2000). Seed provided by J. Dvorák (University of California, Davis, CA).

  • e Disomic substitution line where a pair of 5A chromosomes from European spelt (Sears' accession P78-81-1) was substituted for the native pair of 5A chromosomes in Chinese Spring by E. R. Sears as described in Luo et al. (2000). Seed provided by J. Dvorák (University of California, Davis, CA).

  • f Sources with CItr designations are maintained by the USDA–ARS National Small Grains Collection (Aberdeen, ID).