CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. 2007;1:1–20. Crops For the Future, Jalan Broga, 43500, Semenyih, Selangor, Malaysia, Biotechnology Research Centre, School of Biosciences, Faculty of Science, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Jalan Broga, 43500, Semenyih, Selangor, Malaysia, Wai Kuan Ho, Hui Hui Chai, Festo Massawe & Sean Mayes, School of Biosciences, Faculty of Science, University of Nottingham Sutton Bonington Campus, Sutton Bonington, Leicestershire, LE12 5RD, UK, Crop Science Department, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Sulaimani University, Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region, Iraq, BioEasy Sdn. groundnut accounts for up to 50% or more of rural household cash income in many countries—46% in Mali, 54% in Nigeria, 66% in Niger and 80% in Senegal (GAIN 2010; Ndjeunga et al., 2010). Bi-allelic SNP markers were assigned as ‘a’, ‘h’ and ‘b’ as appropriate in each individual line according to the scoring pattern in both parental lines. The internode length trait data was recorded in mm for the average length of the fourth internode measured for the five longest stems per plant at harvest. Food Chem. DArTseq markers (as identified by the sequence tags) found in both bambara groundnut populations were mapped to common bean, adzuki bean and mung bean genomes using CLC Genomic Workbench v8 (Qiagen). An alternation of generations means the plant, in this case the peanut, switches between the haploid (n) and diploid (2n) stages during its life. It is a recent allotetraploid, most probably resulting from the hybridization of two wild species followed by natural chromosome duplication (Halward et al., 1991; FM developed the TD population and helped to draft the manuscript. A DArT Array-based UPGMA genetic distance analysis grouped the two parents into different sub-sections based on a previous population structure analysis , which has made these two crosses useful in unravelling our understanding of the domestication events in bambara groundnut and the genetic control of a number of morphological and physiological traits. PubMed Google Scholar. Tree root identification saves ancient caves and the forest above them. Botany One is a blog run by the Annals of Botany Company, a non-profit educational charity. 648 Broadway Skagway, AK 99840. In the 1990s, 812 accessions were selected as a core collection on the basis of phenotype and country of origin. What's the chromosome number of peanut gamete? Bambara groundnut [Vigna subterranea (L) Verdc.] The activity of LTR retrotransposons has been a very significant driver of genome evolution since the divergence of the peanut A and B genomes. Kyazma B.V., Wageningen, Netherlands; 2006. Arachis) as the cultivated peanut A. hypogaea L. show, with one exception, a karyotype characterized by the presence of 9 pairs of larger chromosomes and one pair of small (‘A’) chromosomes. This study shows that a substantial proportion of the highly repetitive component of the A genome of peanut is accounted for by relatively few LTR retrotransposons. Staple foods: What do people eat? Privacy 396-423. and S1b. Both parental genotypes have significant contrasting features in growth habit and seed eye pattern. Young leaves were collected from 263 F2 individual lines, 71 F3 individual lines and two parental lines for each population. The cultivated groundnut species A. hypogaea L. is a segmental allopolyploid with a chromosome constitution of 2n = 4x = 40. Simulation of population size and genome saturation level for genetic mapping of recombinant inbred lines (RILs). This region is 1.04 Mbp in length spanning 39.8 to 40.9 Mbp of Vr07 (homologous to Gm08: 9.9 – 10.7 Mbp). AK developed the bambara groundnut DArTseq analysis pipeline. ; In this study, we cloned and analyzed chromosome markers from cultivated peanut and its wild relatives. On the other hand, LG1 corresponds to Pv09 and Vr05 but two partial chromosomes of adzuki bean. In: Kole CM, editor. is an indigenous legume crop grown mainly in subsistence and small-scale agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa for its nutritious seeds and its tolerance to drought and poor soils. The markers that were filtered out in one population were also removed from the other population. We performed a genome-wide characterization of NAC genes from the diploid wild peanut species Arachis duranensis … 2013. Each linkage group was initially screened for double crossover events. Chromosomal location positions are in Mbp. BMC Genomics https://doi.org/10.1186/s12864-016-3393-8, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12864-016-3393-8. How many chromosomes would be in the zygote? If species A's gamete derived from the non-disjunction of meiosis I fused with species B's normal gamete. Both A. Krapovickas and W.C. Gregory, independently, made interspecific hybridizations in the 1940s. Kang YJ, Kim SK, Kim MY, Lestari P, Kim KH, Ha B-K, Jun TH, et al. A total of 156 and 597 population-specific SNP markers were used for the construction of the IA map and the TD map, respectively. ante sequence information, but have closely related sequenced genome relatives. a This figure illustrates the conserved syntenic blocks corresponding to linkage groups of genetic Map IA in bambara groundnut compared with the common bean genome (scaling: 1 cM to 0.5 Mbp). ... Groundnut (d) Apple Answer: (d) Apple. Limited resource is often a major challenge in expediting the improvement of any promising underutilised crops through marker-assisted breeding programmes. The 96 pre-selected common markers in both maps showed consistent positions within the two maps, with minor local marker order differences (generally less than 2.5 cM) probably due to the limited numbers of recombination events separating the different potential marker orders, particularly in the smaller TD cross (Fig. A haploid cell has half the normal number of chromosomes for a particular organism and needs to fuse with another haploid cell in order to continue on with its life cycle. African Orphan Crops Consortium (AOCC). Wai Kuan Ho. The use of wild Arachis L. in cultivar improvement programs has been considered an option for more than 50 yr. Stadler F. Analysis of differential expression under water deficit stress and genetic diversity in Bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea (L.) Verdc.) Genet Mol Biol. a. 2) which would provide further information to refine the search area for candidate genes (for example, the effect of the addition of cross-species physical location information from 26% of the population-specific markers can be observed in Additional file 2: Figure S2a and b). Basu S, Roberts JA, Azam-Ali SN, Mayes S. Bambara groundnut. One diploid species A has 32 chromosomes and another diploid species B has 24 chromosomes. Google Scholar. PubMed Central Article Such minor crops will be required to play an important role in future agriculture under the effects of climate change. Each Monday we send an email collating the links people following @BotanyOne on Twitter are sharing. The locations of QTLs selected by marker cofactors were verified through the LOD table and visual inspection of the LOD profile, together with a 1-LOD drop confidence interval. For the ease in identification of trait-specific genetic resources, core and mini core collections that represent 10 and 1% of the entire germplasm collection, respectively, were developed at ICRISAT, USDA/ARS, and China. et Greg. Article Asynapsis in Paspalum Linn. These were not only polymorphic in both populations but also each marker could be located using the unique sequence tag (at selected stringency) onto the common bean, adzuki bean and mung bean genomes, thus allowing the sequenced genomes to be used as an initial ‘pseudo’ physical map for bambara groundnut. In addition to Botany One, the company currently publishes three journals, the Annals of Botany, AoB PLANTS, and in silico Plants. and their syntenic relationships among closely related legumes. Genome; 2016: DOI 10.1139/gen-2015-0153. Cite this article. Markers showing double crossover events between two neighbouring markers within a distance of 1 to 3 cM were removed from the datasets. Ten accessions had a African Yam Bean accession, TSs148, and those chromosome number of 2n = 22, 9 accessions had reported for one of the accessions of Colocasia by chromosome number of 2n = 20 whereas only two Ekanem and Osuji (2006) and Treculia africana by Osuji accessions, TSs 41 and TSs140, had a chromosome and Owei (2010). Peanut is one of the most important oil crop species worldwide. Bhd., Setia Alam, Seksyen U13, 40170, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, Diversity Arrays Technology, Bldg 3, Lv D, University of Canberra, Kirinari St., Bruce, ACT 2617, Australia, You can also search for this author in Where the orthologous marker order is consistent among the three comparison physical genomes, the chance of having a chromosomal translocation occurring within the same region of bambara groundnut genome is likely to be small, so conserved synteny can be used as a guide to marker order. IBPGR/ICRISAT, 1992. Retrotransposons and other repetitive DNAs have played an important part in genome remodelling, especially in intergenic regions, over evolutionary time. Assertion (A): Polyploidy is common in plants. The effect of soil moisture on the proximate composition of Bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea (L.) Verdc). Draft genome sequence of adzuki bean. Forni-Martins ER. Plant Mol Biol Report. The chromosome number is one of the primary basis of hybridization in agricultural crops as … This over-dependence on a limited number of major crops has narrowed the genetic and species base of agriculture. and W.C. Gregory and A. villosulicarpa Hoehne to mitotic chromosome analyses, Caryologia 54, no.4 4 (Jan 2014): 377–384. Kang YJ, Satyawan D, Shim S, Lee T, Lee J, Hwang WJ, Kim SK, et al. These three species have 11 pairs of chromosomes and they were chosen not only because they have been sequenced and annotated (although they are at different levels of completion), but also because of the close evolutionary relationship among these legumes. Our observation provides further evidence that bambara groundnut is comparatively more closely related to mung bean than to adzuki bean. 35.6 and 31.1% of the total DArTseq markers generated from populations IA and TD, respectively, could be mapped to the common bean genome using the marker sequence tag, with 55% of these matches occurring in genomic contexts expected to be transcribed. 2005;54:575–94. Google Scholar. 20. The grouping of markers was set between LOD 2.0 and 10.0 with a step of 0.5 and the Independence LOD option adopted. J Sci Food Agric. Genome sequence of mungbean and insights into evolution within Vigna species. The present study reports genotyping results for the entire available core collection. WKH carried out the cross species comparison analysis, participated in the genetic mapping and QTL analysis and drafted the manuscript. Or you can browse past editions. However, only three cultivars have been released as a result of interspecific hybridizations, and only one of those has a clearly identifiable genetic component from the wild species. Subsequently, the markers mappable to all three genomes were selected further for polymorphism between all parental lines and for not more than five missing data points per individual line. It is widely grown in the tropics and subtropics, being important to both small and large commercial producers. Lines showing the position (a) and linkage (b) of 96 pre-selected common markers in both maps. The crop is drought tolerant and as a legume fixes nitrogen, it is able to tolerate low fertility soils  and can contribute nitrogen to agricultural systems. MapQTL®6, Software for the mapping of quantitative trait loci in experimental populations of diploid species. Neiva I. Pierozzi, M. Letícia Galgaro, Catalina R. Lopes Application of C-banding in two Arachis wild species, Arachis Pintoi Krapov. Nucleus 14:116–118. The DNA from the Population TD was extracted following the Dellaporta method whereas column purification method was used for Population IA (DNeasy Plant Mini Kit, Qiagen) . 2). 1986;56:129–33. 1993;47:277–83. Brough SH, Azam-Ali SN. Google Scholar. The physical locations of the pre-selected common DArTseq markers in the linkage maps on common bean, adzuki bean and mung bean genomes are illustrated using Circos . © 2021 BioMed Central Ltd unless otherwise stated. volume 18, Article number: 192 (2017) Seeds obtained from the colchine‐treated cuttings will all be semifertile AABB genome amphidiploids that can then be used as a male parent in crosses with A. hypogaea . Underutilised and minor crops often have limited research or development funding with little or no interest from commercial seed companies. Bull Natl Plantentium. is widely grown as a plant protein source for poor farmers, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa with the seeds containing good levels of protein (18 to 26%) for human nutrition [3, 4]. Assessing the potential of an underutilised crops — a case study using bambara groundnut. 45 Peanut ARF2 (EVM0069298) is located in chromosome A08 and has a 275 bp deletion and 7 bp insertion in the 12th … 2007;30:1101–8. A fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)‐based karyotyping cocktail … A test using the QTL location of an agronomic trait in one of the bambara groundnut maps allowed the corresponding flanking positions to be identified in common bean, mung bean and adzuki bean, demonstrating the possibility of identifying potential candidate genes underlying traits of interest through the conserved syntenic physical location of QTL in the well annotated genomes of closely related species. II. The authors declare that they have no competing interests. Most of the work on the chromosomes of the groundnut has been done at the somatic metaphase, which has only result- ed in karyotyping them in a routine fashion (Husted 1931, The cultivated species is made up of two genomes A and B. 3a). Using a combination of population-specific and pre-selected markers, two framework genetic maps were constructed from the two crosses; the genetic map of IA: from 263 F2 lines of IITA686 x Ankpa4 gave 11 linkage groups comprising of 223 markers and covered 1,395.2 cM and the genetic map of TD: from 71 F3 lines of Tiga Nicuru x DipC gave 11 linkage groups consisting of 293 markers and covered 1,376.7 cM (Fig. 2009;19:1639–45. C. One diploid species A has 32 chromosomes and another diploid species B has 24 chromosomes. Part of A total of 2 μg of genomic DNA of each line were sent to DArT Pty. Prior to MQM mapping, the closest linked marker to the QTL with significant LOD scores was selected as a co-factor. The nearest flanking markers from the pre-selected common marker set are SNP100025953|F|0-27 and SNP100027611|F|0-18 (47.6 – 54.4 cM), which have syntenic blocks at Pv03 (38.4 – 39.1 Mbp), Va11 (12.5 – 17.4 Mbp) and Vr07 (39.4 – 43.5 Mbp). Chromosome number, morphology and behavior and their application to the origin of cultivated forms. 10 c. 20 d. 30. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12864-016-3393-8. If an AB/ab heterozygote is testcrossed to ab/ab, how many of each progeny class would you expect out of 100 total progeny? In: Loftas T, editor. A total of 142 markers passed these selection criteria from an unselected initial pool of 4,363 SNP markers and 7,170 dominant markers. 1983;1:19–21. Individual mating patterns in mixed oak stands, annual production of around 38 million tonnes. statement and Lavin M, Herendeen PS, Wojciechowski MF. The presence or absence (0/1) scoring of dominant DArT markers for each individual line in the segregating populations were converted into genotype codes, either (c,a) or (b,d), by comparison with the parental lines. HHC carried out the genetic mapping and QTL analysis. JoinMap ® 4, Software for the calculation of genetic linkage maps in experimental populations. using novel high throughput Dissertation, Technische Universität München. Among these 142 pre-selected markers, 139 (97.9%) were SNP markers with the remaining 3 (2.1%) being dominant DArT markers. Accessed 12 Jan 2016. Genome mapping and molecular breeding in plants — pulses, sugar and tuber. PubMed Manage cookies/Do not sell my data we use in the preference centre. chromosome number have been eluding workers in- terested in the cytogenetics of the genus A rachis. groundnut. Article BMC Genomics 18, 192 (2017). a. It is classified as both a grain legume and, due to its high oil content, an oil crop. The significance threshold of the LOD score was identified through permutation tests using 10,000 reiterations. However, little is known about NAC genes in peanut. Our preliminary results overlaying the location of within-species QTL onto sequenced genomes suggests that translation of information (and the generation of gene lists within a trait controlling locus) can be used in an attempt to identify candidate controlling genes for further analysis within the species of interest which has no genome sequence. (2012). Identifying the conserved synteny between underutilised species without complete genome sequences and the genomes of major crops and model species with genetic and trait data is an important step in the translation of resources and information from major crop and model species into the minor crop species. In this case, the second best match would be in favour as it is consistent with the syntenic physical locations of its flanking markers. 45, 51 Arabidopsis MNT/ARF2, an ortholog of peanut ARF2, is a negative regulator of seed size and weight by repressing cell division and organ growth. The analysis options were set to be default whereby the regression algorithm was used for IM and MQM mapping. Cytological studies of wild diploid Arachis species in the same section of the genus (sect. Three of the most abundant elements are non-autonomous, and two of these appear to harbour ‘hitchhiking’ ORFs, in one case with retrotransposon-related function, and in the other with a biological function that remains to be identified. Ahmad NS, Redjeki ES, Ho WK, Aliyu S, Mayes K, Massawe F, Kilian A and Mayes S. Construction of a genetic linkage map and QTL analysis in bambara grouudnut (Vigna subterranean (L.) Verdc.). The additional homologue information from the population-specific markers could help in further refining the target area underlying QTL. To increase the marker resolution in this region, more population-specific markers could also be mapped to the common bean genome (as shown in Fig. Biodiversity for food security and nutrition. To receive your copy, sign up using the form below. The first genetic linkage map of bambara groundnut was reported by Basu in 2007 using a F2 segregating population (n = 98) derived from an interspecific cross between the non-domesticated wild type (VSSP11) and a domesticated form (DipC). identified the syntenic blocks of soybean QTL compared to the mung bean genome . What's the chromosome number of peanut gamete?-40-10-20-30. As an example, LG4 shared homology with P. vulgaris Chromosome 07 (Pv07), V. radiata Chromosome 08 (Vr08) and V. angularis Chromosome 06 (Va06). PubMed However, there is a possibility that the mapping algorithm has misidentifying the best match within the genome of the other species, or that the best match may not have been represented in the comparison species genome sequence. Bambara groundnut is cleistogamous, highly inbreeding and has 11 pairs of chromosomes (2n = 2x = 22) . (XLSX 45kb). ), rice (Oryza sativa) and maize (Zea mays) with thirty crops in all accounting for around 95% of total calories consumed [1, 2]. As this syntenic mapping approach is achieved through a cross-species comparison, we have been conservative in terms of mapping stringency so that the possibility of having more than one single good match location for a particular bambara groundnut marker sequence tag in the query genome was minimised. Within the Papilionoid legumes, peanut belongs to the Dalbergioids, a clade separated from most other economically important legumes (peas and beans) by an estimated 55 million years of evolution. c A simplified summary of the pseudo-physical map of bambara groundnut using the syntenic locus information from common bean (Pv), adzuki bean (Va) and mung bean (Vr) across the linkage groups of bambara groundnut genetic Map IA (based on chromosome number). Therefore, for cases where the genetic location and comparative syntenic position did not match with flanking markers, we manually used BLAST to determine whether the marker was likely to be a genuine breach of conserved synteny or whether other syntenic target sites might exist. (907) 983-2277. 1971. AUXIN RESPONSE FACTORs (ARFs) play important roles in auxin‐mediated growth and development, including fruit and seed development. as an ancestral chromosome number and most of the extant Arachis species have 2n ¼ 2x ¼ 20 chromosomes, while A. hypogaea is an exception in having 40 chromosomes (2n ¼ 4x ¼ 40). fragmented and scattered chromosomes while the 100 mg/L concentrations mostly resulted in stickiness and vagrant chromosomes. Here we report the construction of two genetic linkage maps in two intraspecific crosses using genotyping-by-sequencing (GbS) DArTseq markers (a combination of a set of population-specific markers and a set of pre-selected common ‘link’ markers), followed by the identification of the most likely syntenic locations for the markers shared between the genomes of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), adzuki bean (Vigna angularis) and mung bean (Vigna radiata) [11–13]. Chromosome behavior and morphology were reported by Husted (1936) and Stalker and Dalmacio (1986). A reference genome for common bean and genome-wide analysis of dual domestications. Mon - Sun : 07:00AM - 07:00PM PK developed the IA population with marker information. Diversity analysis of groundnut prebreeding lines using SSRs resistant to PBND . It is observed that the mung bean genome appears to have the highest similarity with bambara groundnut with the fewest translocations (three linkage groups), while there are seven with common bean, although, there is currently lower sequence coverage on the mung bean genome which could affect these conclusions. 2014;46:707–13. Schmutz J, McClean PE, Mamidi S, Wu GA, Cannon SB, Grimwood J, Jenkins J, et al. Three crops account for over 60% of all food calories grown in the world; wheat (Triticum spp. The current research presents one such generic approach, using bambara groundnut as an exemplar species. Correspondence to Table 1 shows the total number of cells analyzed, mitotic index values and the number of chromosome aberrations observed in bambara groundnut treated with The peanut, also known as the groundnut, goober (US), pindar (US) or monkey nut (UK), and taxonomically classified as Arachis hypogaea, is a legume crop grown mainly for its edible seeds. Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD). PubMed New York: Springer; 2007. p. 159–73. This suggests that the ancestral condition was a plant with a haploid (n) number of 11 and a diploid (2n) number of 22, from which evolved the different polyploid descendants. L. HustedCytological studies of the peanut Arachis. The syntenic relationship of the bambara groundnut genetic map derived from two populations to common bean, adzuki bean and mung bean genomes is illustrated in Fig. SM conceived of the study, and participated in its design and coordination and revised the manuscript. The Haldane mapping function with default calculation settings (recombination fraction ≤4.0, ripple value = 1, jump in goodness-of-fit threshold = 5) was selected. In Asia and Africa, a large number of women and youth are engaged in the cultivation, processing and marketing of groundnut, thereby con- Azam-Ali SN, Sesay A, Karikari SK, Massawe F, Aguilar-Manjarrez J, Bannayan M, Hampson KJ. Bambara groundnut [Vigna subterranea (L) Verdc.] Kyazma B.V., Wageningen, Netherlands; 2009. The syntenic relationship between linkage groups of TD population through (a) pre-selected common markers or (b) pre-selected common markers and 26% population-specific markers mappable to common bean genome (each line indicates one syntenic location data). A plant DNA minipreparation: Version II. The cultivated peanut Arachis hypogaea (AABB) is thought to have originated from the hybridization of Arachis duranensis (AA) and Arachis ipaënsis (BB) followed by spontaneous chromosome doubling. van Ooijen JW. From these comparisons we identify conserved synteny blocks corresponding to the Linkage Groups (LGs) in bambara groundnut genetic maps and evaluate the potential to identify genes in conserved syntenic locations in a sequenced genome that underlie a QTL position in the underutilised crop genome. Dimensions of need: An atlas of food and agriculture. The ability to translate trait information from model and major crops species to underutilised crops is important to be able to fully exploit available resources, effectively developing research simultaneously into a complex of species, rather than a single species in isolation. Alcivar A, Jaconson J, Raingo J, Meksem K, Lightfoot DA, Kassem MA. Article Schematic representation of our overall approach in constructing genetic maps of Population IA and TD having informative common markers from pre-selection. The current coincidence of the QTL in soybean and bambara groundnut for internode length needs further investigation and the gene content within the target region between species of interest is by no means guaranteed to be the same, although the closer the species are related taxonomically, the more likely it is that they will have similar gene content in the regions of conserved synteny. It is difficult to distinguish Brassica chromosomes as they are small and morphologically similar. The inheritance of pod- and seed-number traits (PSNT) in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) is poorly understood. Rome: Banson; 1995. p. 21–4. An initial QTL analysis was carried out on trait differences observed for growth habit, maturity and yield production . When is Botany criminal? Collectively, the finding of a predicted soybean internode length QTL (located through the mung bean genome) is in accordance with our bambara groundnut internode length QTL study and has demonstrated that our approach could be adopted in other minor and underutilised species, both to translate existing information in more studied species and to identify de novo candidate lists. CAS No consensus legume chromosome number of 5 has been proposed to date, although Medicago's basic chromosome number of 6 could be close to an ancestral chromosome complement. Brough SH, Azam-Ali SN, Taylor AJ. A total of 96 DArTseq markers from an initial pool of 142 pre-selected common markers were used. Exploring the potentials of underutilised and minor crops to contribute to agricultural biodiversity may also help agricultural production to cope with the effects of climate change, through improving the resilience of future agricultural systems, using crops that have been selected in-field for millennia under low input agriculture. This intraspecific map was constructed from 29 SSR and 209 DArT Array markers covering 608.6 cM in 21 linkage groups. This has further allowed us to observe that soybean Internode Length 1–4 QTL falls within this bambara groundnut QTL conserved synteny region. 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