Molecular markers for salt tolerance in poacea: yield related traits and marker assisted selection for salt tolerance

 
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Salinity can affect any process in the plant life cycle, so that tolerance will involve a complex interplay of characters. Molecular markers offer specific advantages in assessment of genetic diversity and in trait-specific crop improvement. Use of molecular markers in the applied breeding programs can facilitate appropriate choice of parents involved for crosses. The objectives of this study were: - To screen the responses of eleven sorghum cultivars (Sorghum biocolor) under salt stress treatments with respects to the performances of some yield-related traits. - To select the most tolerant and the most sensitive cultivars to salt stress to be hybridized in order to obtain (Fl) plants, followed by selfing to obtain (F2) plants. - To study the effect of salt stress on the two contrasting cultivars and their Fl and F2 generations based on their performance some yield- related traits. - To develop some molecular markers (RAPD and SSR) associated with salt tolerance in sorghum using bulked segregant analysis (BSA). - To confirm the SSR results of bulked segregant analysis on a limited subset of F2 individual plants

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Khaled A M Khaled, PhD: Associate professor at Genetics & Breeding Dept., Sugar Crops Res. Inst., Giza, Egypt. The main research focused on Marker assisted selection for abiotic stresses, plant breeding, biology and genetics. Teaching courses of Breeding and production of sugar crops, Plant Biology, Basics of Genetics and Molecular Genetics

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