However, in the case of monocots, there are only a few reports on the isolation of root hair mutants: in barley (Hordeum vulgare; Gahoonia et al. Analyses of mutants of three genes that influences root hair development in, Wen TJ, Hochholdinger F, Sauer M, Bruce W, Schnable PS. Barley breeding is almost entirely a matter of deriving improved inbred cultivars. The root hairs of the mutant rhs2.a also exhibited a subtle wavy appearance with slightly wider bases (ESM10e, f in Online resource). Root hairs are present in almost all vascular plants. Two other mutants with sparsely located root hairs (rhi2.b and rhi2.c), allelic to the rhi2.a, displayed yield parameters (number and weight of seeds per plant, TGW) that were similar to their respective parents (Fig. Mode of inheritance and genetic variance components for spike length, grain number per spike and grain weight per spike were evaluated in four parental genotypes and their F-1 and F-2 hybrids obtained through incomplete diallel crossing. 2013a, b). These traits were also considerably affected by the genotype-year interaction. A root hair is an extension of a non-dividing epidermal cell known as a trichoblast. These genes encoded the proteins that are associated with the cell wall and membranes, e.g. The maize mutant, rth1, is affected in root hair elongation, but exhibits normal root hair initiation. The maximum root hair length of these three mutants was lower than the medium length of root hairs that was observed in the parent (ESM6 in Online resource). According to the authors, this implies that the metabolic cost of the development of longer root hairs is higher than the gain achieved from the accumulation of more nutrients (Brown et al. When the complementation test was positive, 100–450 F2 progeny were analysed in order to establish the genetic interactions between the mutated loci. Similar results were obtained in maize grown in a greenhouse and in field conditions, where no connection between the presence of root hairs and the yield was observed for the mutants rth2 and rth3, whereas mutant rth1 exhibited a much lower vigour that resulted in a lower yield (Wen and Schnable, 1994). Foreman et al. (a-c) ‘Dema’, (d-f) rhl1.a, (g-i) rhp1.a, (j-l) rhs1.a, (m-o) rhi2.c, scale bar=100 μm in b,e,h,k,n; 20 μm in c,f,i,l,o, Results of alelism test with list of loci, *- In accordance with Franckowiak and Lundqvist, 2004, a number after the gene symbol represents a locus and a letter after the locus number indicates an allele. Morphological, genetic and molecular characteristics of barley root hair mutants. Carolina E. Chávez-Murillo, Ya Jane Wang, Luis A. Bello-Pérez. An allelism test revealed that nine loci were responsible for the mutated root hair phenotypes in the collection and 1–4 mutated allelic forms were identified at each locus. vulgare) selected a phenotype with a six-rowed spike that stably produced three times the usual grain number. The analysis included stem height, spike number per m 2 , kernel number per spike and grain yield. 2012). Barley anatomy is similar to other grasses. The crystallinity of barley starch increased with increasing oxidation but corn starch displayed a reduced crystallinity at 5% NaOCl. This improved yield established barley as a founder crop for the Near Eastern Neolithic civilization. Wheat cultivars were sown manually, under sowing densities with different seed arrangements: 384, 424, 451, 504, 544, 584, 588, and 604 seeds m-2. Observations with light microscopy revealed that the root hairs of the parental lines usually had a regular density, although in some instances fragments with more sparsely located root hairs were present. TGW) (Yuo et al. Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao. Barley Structure & Morphology. They were analysed using either BSA or the mapping strategy proposed by Castiglioni and co-workers (1998). A comparative study on the grain yield and yield components of six winter barley cultivars and lines was conducted at an experimental farm of the Small Grains Research Centre in Kragujevac over a three-year period. 1; ESM6 in Online resource). for the specified parameter was performed with method analysis of variance They affect anchoring plants in soil, the uptake of water and nutrients and are the sites of the interaction between plants and microorganisms. In each replication, 50 root hairs from a 1 cm segment from the root differentiation zone of five roots (starting from approximately 2.5 cm from the root tip) were measured. Experiments were carried out to find the varietal differences in histological structure and outer characteristics, and its relationships between each characters in the internodes of 15 barley varieties (5 covered barley, 5 naked barley and 5 malting barley). итет у Бањој Луци, Пољо. The root hair zone was observed under a stereo microscope and the segregation of root hair characters was tested using the χ23:1, χ29:7 and or χ29:3:4 tests. A rapid method to detect markers in specific genomic regions by using segregating populations. The STS markers that had large size differences between genotypes were directly used for genotyping. Nineteen root hair mutants of barley representing different stages of root hair development were subjected to detailed morphological and genetic analyses. The root hairs of the rhs3.a mutant had a rather straight shape that was sometimes slightly wavy and were the longest in this phenotypic group (ESM10h, i in Online resource). Van Ooijen JW, Voorrips RE (2001) JoinMap® 3.0, Software for the calculation of genetic linkage maps. Multi-rowed barley genotypes HVW-247 and Partizan and two-rowed barley genotypes KG-15 and NS-293 were selected for the crossing based on the trait concept with the parents being divergent for spike length, grain number per spike and grain weight per spike. There were significant differences in grain yield between the genotypes studied, the highest and lowest being obtained by K-10-85 and KG-8/4, respectively. Agronomic and technological properties of obsolete varieties and landraces of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), Agronomic traits and biochemical characterization of Spelt (Triticum spelta L.). The six-rowed x six-rowed and two-rowed x two-rowed crossing combinations showed dominance of increased grain number per spike and increased grain weight per spike in the inheritance of grain number per spike and grain weight per spike, respectively, whereas the six-rowed x two-rowed cross was predominated by partial dominance. Bars = 1 mm. The morphological study showed fusion of starch … By contrast, the SCA variance for grain weight per spike was higher than the GCA variance, indicating the dominance of non-additive gene action. It encodes the enzymes that are responsible for the hydrolysis of nucleotide triphosphates (NTPs) and/or diphosphates and controls the level of extracellular ATP, which can act as a signaling molecule (Yuo et al. One of the goals of the project is characterization of LEA proteins and antioxidant metabolism of vegetative organs and spelt seeds. Animal Feed Science and Technology, Vol. The markers that were selected from the available genetic maps were first screened in DNA pools. It has to be mentioned, however, that the performance of root hair mutant lines may be different when grown in the field conditions where they may be subjected to changes of temperature and irregularity of rainfalls. Root hair surface zone of 5- to 7-d-old root seedlings. A simple sequence repeat-based linkage map of barley. (2003) discovered that an A. thaliana rhd2 mutant, which develops very short root hairs, carries a mutation in the gene encoding NADPH/RHD2 oxidase. Moreover, the diagnostic allele I of the homeobox gene BKn-3, rarely but almost exclusively found in Israel H. spontaneum, is pervasive in western landraces and modern cultivated varieties. Source: Theoretical and applied genetics 1995 v.90 no.6 pp. In the case of rhi1.a (ESM11a-c in Online resource) and rhi2.c (ESM11j-l in Online resource) mutants derived from Dema and rhi.2a (ESM11d-f in Online resource) from Rudzik, the distribution of root hairs was not uniform along the root. The seeds of the spontaneous mutant from Pallas brb were kindly provided by Tara Gahoonia (Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen). The order between the loci in the integrated map compared to the reference map (Varshney et al. Spike number per m 2 and kernel number per spike were significantly affected by year, the differences between the cultivars and lines observed in this study were not significant, and moreover, no important effects of the genotype-year interaction were registered. Gahoonia TS, Nielsen NE, Priyavadan AJ, Jahoor A. Nineteen root hair mutants of barley representing different stages of root hair development were subjected to detailed morphological and genetic analyses. J Agricult Genom 5:1–6, Huang J, Kim CM, Xuan Y, Liu J, Kim TH, Kim BK, Han C. Formin homology 1 (. Agrobotanical characters of the mutants after a double backcross and their respective parent lines: {"type":"entrez-nucleotide","attrs":{"text":"AY265855","term_id":"34733384","term_text":"AY265855"}}, {"type":"entrez-nucleotide","attrs":{"text":"AY265854","term_id":"38304868","term_text":"AY265854"}}, {"type":"entrez-nucleotide","attrs":{"text":"JF421241.1","term_id":"343488688","term_text":"JF421241.1"}}, {"type":"entrez-nucleotide","attrs":{"text":"AK363680","term_id":"326498040","term_text":"AK363680"}}, Brown LK, George TS, Thompson JA, Wright G, Lyon J, Dupuy L, Hubbard SF, White PJ. They affect anchoring plants in soil, the uptake of water and nutrients and are the sites of the interaction between plants and microorganisms. These observations imply that the rhi1 gene may be related to the determination of the root epidermis pattern while the rhi2 and rhi3 genes may be involved in a further stage of root hair development. The best SCA were obtained mostly from crosses between parents having high × low, high × high or average × low GCA values. Fomapan Type 400/120 film was used to record the images. The root hair primordia were arranged at the apical, intermediate or basal site of the epidermal cells with respect to the root apical meristem. Barley has been used as animal fodder, as a source of fermentable material for beer and certain distilled beverages, and as a component of various health foods. Plant height and internode length as components of lodging resistance in barley, Genetic analysis of spike traits in two- and multi-rowed barley crosses, Evaluation of central anatolian barley landraces for crop improvement, Grain Yield And Yield Components Of Two-Row Winter Barley Cultivars And Lines. Additionally, the rhs4 gene was found to be epistatic to other rhs genes (ESM13 in Online resource). A mutation in the rhl1/brb gene associated with the root-hairless phenotype that was observed in the four rhl allelic forms of mutants analysed in the current study. The large collection of root hair mutants and the development of advanced molecular and bioinformatics methods have enabled an understanding of the molecular basis of root hair development in Arabidopsis. The estimation of map distance from recombination values. Between years, significant differences were found in following parameters: protein content and apparent degree of attenuation. The presence of three phenotypic classes in the F2 population – plants with normal root hairs, plants with irregular root hairs and plants with short root hairs, segregating at the 9:4:3 ratio suggested that the rhi genes, responsible for irregular hair length and distribution, were epistatic over the genes that control root hair elongation. weight of triticale genotypes grain regardless of the year showed highly 2005; Hochholdinger et al. In contrast to Arabidopsis, where the fate of rhizodermis cells is controlled by positional mechanisms, a different type of root epidermis pattern exists in barley. Morphological and cytological characteristics of some wheat x barley hybrids However, it should be remembered that (0.0424 g) were those of the highest average grain weight without : ‘Dema’, ‘Rudzik’, ‘Karat’ and, ‘Diva’ were developed in the Department of Genetics, University of Silesia (Poland), while mutants from cv. Statistical analysis was performed by the analysis of variance (ANOVA) using MSTAT-C package (Michigan State University, USA); significant differences between the mutants and their parents were determined using the LSD test (P ≤ 0.05). Electrophoresis was performed under 100 V and gels were later stained in a 5 % solution of ethidium bromide (Sigma) for 10 minutes. Thus, it can be concluded that root hairs may not influence the yield of barley when the availability of nutrients is sufficient and plants are grown under controlled conditions in the growth chamber. Number of new markers mapped in the rhl1, rhp1, rhi1 and rhs1 gene regions. Schiefelbein JW, Somerville C. Genetic control of root hair development in. This linkage group contains four markers and spans 47 cM. In the case of each mutant, there were significant differences in length in comparison to their parent lines, The images of the wild type cultivar and mutants that represent different root hair phenotypes. 3b). Grierson C, Schiefelbein J. Genetics of root hair formation. Naked barley is a traditional, climate-resilient and highly nutritious crop of the high mountains of Nepal. Counting of wheat plants in both examined years was carried out in the second decade of February. The plants were grown in the growth room for 5–7 days. The sequence of this gene, however, was identical between both the mutants and their parent, which suggests that the mutation is located in some other, upstream acting gene, probably the transcription factor that is involved in the regulation of the HvEXPB1 gene. The inheritance of root hair characters was tested in the F1 and F2 generations of the crosses among the mutants and between mutants and their parents. OsSNDP1 shows a high sequence homology with the Arabidopsis COW1/AtSFH1 gene that encodes a phosphatidylinositol transfer protein (PITP) (Huang et al. Analysis of these relationships was observed through the interaction effects Morphological Characteristics of Two-rowed Barley (Hordeum sativum ssp. The LOD scores of neighboring pairs of markers in the integrated maps for each analysed gene were high and exceeded the value of five in each case (Table 3). The present work reports on … 2013a, b). no. It was one of the first cultivated grains, particularly in Eurasia as early as 10,000 years ago. If F1 plants exhibited a mutant phenotype, about 50–200 F2 seedlings were checked further in order to confirm the allelic nature of the mutation. Os07g0682800), was also selected for a similar analysis. M–markers mapped in mutant × Morex F2 population, S–markers mapped in mutant × Steptoe F2 population, Linkage groups spanning the regions of the genes responsible for root hair development. Can J Genet Cytol 23:475–480 Google Scholar Koba T, Handa T, Shimada T (1991) Efficient production of wheat barley hybrids and preferential elimination of barley … In the third year (2009-2010) 174 pure lines selected in the second year with 13 control varieties were tested by Augmented Design.

Root hairs are tubular outgrowths of specialized epidermal cells called trichoblasts. Another rice mutant with short root hairs, which was derived from the japonica cultivar Dongjin, Ossndp1 (Oryza sativa Sec14-nodulin domain protein1), had root hairs that reached only 16 % of the length of their parent. In contrast, genotypes with short root hairs produced a lower grain yield in low phosphorus soil, but after fertilization, the grain yield was increased (Gahoonia and Nielsen, 2004). However, the number of culms, number of seeds per plant and the weight of seeds significantly exceeded those of the parent. Morphological differences were obtained by using barley lines isogenic for the various features. The samples were dried in a Critical Point Pelco-CPD2 apparatus using carbon dioxide and then mounted on aluminium stubs with double-sided tape, sputter coated with gold in a Pelco SC-6 sputter coater and viewed and photographed using a Tesla BS 340 scanning electron microscope at 20 kV. The last group of mutants analysed comprised of seven mutants with irregularly located root hairs of different lengths (ESM11 in Online resource). Naked barley is a traditional, climate-resilient and highly nutritious crop of the high mountains of Nepal. Due to reduction of area sown with spring barley and reduced yield potential, two row winter barley varieties with comparable malting parameters are recommended to be cultivated as the reserve crop for malting barley industry demands. The average Nineteen root hair mutants of barley representing different stages of root hair development were subjected to detailed morphological and genetic analyses. It was one of the first cultivated grains, particularly in Eurasia as early as 10,000 years ago. significant differences between them. Although most mature root hairs were straight, they were sometimes curled or crooked. It can be concluded that the morphology of root hairs in the mutants that were studied does not influence the yield in barley grown under optimal and controlled conditions in the growth chamber. Analyses of expression patterns have shown that OsFH1 mRNA is detectable in all of the tissues and stages that were analysed, and therefore the authors concluded that OsFH1 is very important in many developmental processes (Huang et al. Morphological characteristics included plant height (cm), spike length (cm), grain number per spike and grain weight per spike (g). 2, respectively. The direction of root growth is toward the upper left of each panel. The most probable reason is the pleiotropic effect of a mutated gene that affected not only the root hair length but also the length of culm, spike, awns and roots (J. Guzy-Wrobelska – personal communication). {"type":"entrez-nucleotide","attrs":{"text":"AY265855","term_id":"34733384","term_text":"AY265855"}}AY265855), which encodes a putative GPI-anchored COBRA-like protein that is specific to monocots. • evolution of selected morphological and physical stem characteristics determining lodging resistance in doubled haploid (DH) lines of spring barley produced from F 1 hybrids of the six-rowed variety Klimek with the two-rowed variety Maresi. 1; ESM6 in Online resource). Similar results were obtained for the crosses between the rhi1, rhi2 and rhi3 mutants with an irregular root hair pattern and the short root hair rhs1, rhs2, rhs3 and rhs4 mutants. The resistance to diseases and lodging (correlation coefficient with resistance to powdery mildew represent 0.68", rust 0.72", lodging 0.61") was the most important factor determining the yield. (See picture top right) This type of barley of two races is the oldest because it resembles the wild variety that also has the same number of races. Stein N, Prasad M, Scholz U, Thiel T, Zhang H, Wolf M, Kota R, Varshney K, Perovic D, Grosse I, Graner A. Mutation in the NADPH/RHD2 oxidase gene leads to a lack of ROS species and subsequently to a significant reduction of root hair length. One highly compact type (naked barley) associated with the Okhotsk culture and a less compact type (likely hulled barley) that is evident in Early–Middle Satsumon culture sites. In the present study, a preliminary analysis of the agrobotanical parameters of mutants and their parental lines grown under controlled conditions was performed. Such recombinants will be used later for high resolution mapping. No segregation distortion was observed for any of the analysed loci. Yuo T, Shiotani K, Shitsukawa N, Miyao A, Hirochika H, Ichii M, Taketa S. Zheng H, Kunst L, Hawes C, Moore I. GFP-based assay reveals a role for, http://www.ncgr.org/jag/papers00/paper200/. • domestication Treatments with ethyl methanesulfonate (EMS; 20 mM/16h or 30 mM/16h) were used for Optic (Caldwell et al. This study was conducted to characterize 201 two-rowed barley accessions, collected from 11 provinces of Central Anatolian Region of Turkey by quantitative and qualitative traits and to develop pure lines by selecting for yield and quality traits. The linkage analysis was performed using JoinMap 3.0 program (Van Ooijen and Voorrips, 2001). agronomic practices for winter wheat were performed. Significant treatment or interaction effects were further analysed by Fisher's least significant difference (LSD) test, often utilized for pairwise comparisons among arithmetic means. All of the mutant lines analysed could be distinguished structurally from the parent lines and displayed the following features: a lack of root hairs, the presence of altered root hairs and/or an abnormal spatial arrangement or distribution pattern of the root hairs (Fig. Evaluation of yields and yields components of Jordanian Barely (Hordeum vulgare L.) Landraces collected from diverse environments. Despite the different mechanism of trichoblast differentiation, it is likely that root hair development in monocots may be similar to Arabidopsis. Until recently, the origin of the six-rowed phenotype remained unknown. The average values for spike length in F-1 and F-2 generations were intermediate or close to those of the parent having longer spikes, with the mode of inheritance being partial dominance, dominance or overdominance, depending on the crossing combination. Thus, these two factors will be subjected to further analysis in our barley mutant collection based on the candidate gene approach. Morphological diversity in a barley composite cross-derived population evolved under low-input conditions and its relationship with molecular diversity: indications for breeding - Volume 154 Issue 6 - L. RAGGI, V. NEGRI, S. CECCARELLI The presented mutant collection is a valuable tool for further identification of genes controlling root hair development in barley. Breeders use this information to submit sample stocks of breeding lines for official testing that will pass DUS as well as VCU tests. Others were subjected to sequencing and screened for SNP polymorphism between the mutants and Steptoe or Morex. Morphological diversity in a barley composite cross-derived population evolved under low-input conditions and its relationship with molecular diversity: indications for breeding - Volume 154 Issue 6 - L. RAGGI, V. NEGRI, S. CECCARELLI The gene regulatory network for root epidermal cell-type pattern formation in Arabidopsis. A total of 207 accessions of barley landraces collected from various locations of Jumla were studied for agro-morphological characteristics in Khumaltar and Jumla. The general picture that emerged from their functional analysis led to the conclusion that the lack of root hairs leads to much severe stress in mutant leaves and roots and causes damage to its cellular structures while in the parent variety with normal root hairs genes related to drought tolerance are actively induced. Schiefelbein J, Kwak SH, Wieckowski Y, Barron C, Bruex A. (b,c,e,f,h,i,k,l,n,o) SEM images of the root hair zone. The average overwintering plants percentage for all three examined wheat cultivars was 50.06%. These results together with our findings show that the BSA strategy may lead to the development of new markers, but it may not necessarily generate markers that are very closely positioned to the gene of interest. Three registered model varieties of six row and two row winter barley reached in the period 1999-2001 significantly higher yield than three model varieties of spring barley. We are experimenting with display styles that make it easier to read articles in PMC. agricultural practice was applied. None of the parents had good GCA for all traits, suggesting a potential increase in combining abilities for spike traits. Root hair mutants of barley. 3e, Table 3). Ding W, Yu Z, Tong Y, Huang W, Chen H, Wu P. A transcription factor with a bHLH domain regulates root hair development in rice. A number of DUS characteristics have been described, illustrated and studied genetically. Knowledge of agro-morphological diversity among the naked barely genotypes is fundamental for their efficient utilization in plant breeding schemes and effective conservation programs. Moreover, only a few genes have been identified at the molecular level (Wen et al. With the total acreage of 50 million ha and an annual production of about 140 million tonnes, barley ranks high in world cereal production. We would like to acknowledge Aleksandra Polak and Karolina Skrouba for their help in laboratory experiments. 2012). The experiment was set as a complete randomized design with four replications. Statistically significant difference of the The order of the loci in the integrated map compared to the reference map (Varshney et al. A few mutants with root hair primordia or short root hairs have been found in monocots. In barley, according to the number of spikelets, different varieties are classified as: – Row barley and malting barley (Hordeum distichum) It is a variety in which, after ripening the spike, only the central spikelet remains. barley definition: 1. a tall plant like grass with long, straight hairs growing from the head of each stem, or the…. The studies of the genetic interactions between the genes permitted the most probable order of their action during root hair morphogenesis in barley to be proposed. The last gene, rhi2, was mapped in the centromere region of chromosome 1H (Fig. A root hairless barley mutant for elucidating genetic of root hairs and phosphorous uptake. For rhi1 locus the closest linkages between the gene and the flanking markers were found in the linkage group that was created for rhi1.a × Steptoe. Schiefelbein JW. Remains of barley (Hordeum vulgare) grains found at archaeological sites in the Fertile Crescent indicate that about 10,000 years ago the crop was domesticated there from its wild relative Hordeum spontaneum. Combinations with high SCA values may yield good segregating lines in further selection programmes. 1, Fig. They act upstream of the rhp1 and four rhs genes; however, the rhl gene product is necessary for the action of the rhi genes. Statistical analysis was performed using factorial analysis of variance 2×8×3, while significant differences between treatments were tested by LSD test. year showed that genotypes Bogo (0.0465 g), Odisej (0.0453 g) and BLT10 GCA/SCA ratio in F1 and F2 indicated the prevalence of the additive component of genetic variance for spike length, grain weight per spike and spike harvest index. First of all spelt is richer in protein than the regular soft wheat. 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