III. ZEALAND 1980

Chromosome 1

alh(*H1a); near bm2; located by monosomic 1 and TB-1La; high recombination with TB-1La (1L.2) but low with gs and none with bm2 Stout & 1979

protein(*Pro-LMdh4TB-1La and TB-1La-5S8041 locate Newton 54

bz2between T1-3e (1L.58) and T1-3(5267) (1L.72) per compounds with TB-1La Newton & 54

D8bz2 13.8 D8 2.5 gs Coe 54

Les2association with wx T1-9c Neuffer & 54

Les*-1449association with wx T1-9(4997) Neuffer & 54

Les*-1461association with wx T1-9(8389) Neuffer & 54

clf(*gay) clf 0.8 P 7 zb4 Dooner 54

Mdh44.4 mmm 19.0 Pgm1 5.8 Adh1 13.7 Phi Goodman & 54

ag1-(14); apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

ga61-15; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

pa1-58; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

Ts31-119; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

v191-; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

zl1-28; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

Chromosome 2

Inv2ebreakpoints 2s.84, 2s.44 (Doyle) McKinley & 1979

5SrRNAhybridizes in situ beyond T2-6(5419) (2L.82), at 2L.88 Mascia &54

rp72-11+; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

Chromosome 3

Histone 1b(*H1b); not located by monosomics 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 or by TB-3La Stout & 1979

Inv3c breakpoints 3L.05, 3L.05, 3L.95 (Doyle) Mckinley & 1979

a3left of a1 4 to 16 units Coe 54

Les*-1376association with wx T3-9c Neuffer & 54

igassociation with wx T3-9c; g16 21.2 ig 11.3 lg2 Kermicle 54

Mdh32.6 sh2 Newton 54

pg23-; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

Chromosome 4

zeinIEF band 12 located by TB-4L-9s(?) IEF band 13 located by TB-4s

Valentini & 1979

Mal2 46.2 Su1 de Miranda 54

Asr1 43 Su1 de Miranda 54

Les*-1375association with wx T4-9g Neuffer & 54

de1 4-1; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

de16 4-74; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

lo1 4-73; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

sp1 4-66; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

Chromosome 5

bm1 distal to 5S.19: not uncovered by Df-Dp from T1-5b(6197) (1L.02, 5S.02) /T1-5(6401) (1L.16, 5S.19) Kasha 1979

bt1 between 5L.05 and 5L.06: uncovered by Df-Dp from T1-5b (1S.09, 5L.05) /T1-5(6197) and T5-9c (5S.07, 9L.10)/T5-9(4817) (5L.06, 9S.07) Kasha 1979

mep (modifier embryo protein); uncovered by TB-5La; Mep 12.6 pr Schwartz 1979

Inv5b breakpoints 5S.80, 5L.91 (Doyle) McKinley & 1979

Mdh5 located by TB-1La-5S8041 but not by TB-1La; "approximately 20% recombination between Mdh5 and a2" Newton 54

Les*-1451 association with wx T5-9a Neuffer & 54

Mdh5 16+4 Pgm2; Pgm2 32+7 a2 Goodman & 54

tn1 5-; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperations

Chromosome 6

*Mdh1 mMDH1,2; trisomic 6 and TB-6La locate; su2 24.4 Mdh1; py 12 Mdh1 McMillin & 1979

*Mdh2 mMDH3,5; trisomic 6 and TB-6La locate; su2 24.4 Mdh2: py 12 Mdh2 McMillin & 1979

Ep (*Enp); "Mdh1, Mdh2 were not linked to Enp-1" McMillin & 1979

NOR T6-7(4964) (6SNORHet.32, 7L.67) has 24% of rDNA proximal to break; T6-9a (6SNORHet.67, 9L.32) has 60% of rDNA proximal; T6-7(5181) (6SNORHet.71, 7L.85) has 62% of rDNA proximal; T2-6(027-4) (6SNORsec.constr.prox.,2L.04) has 71% of rDNA proximal; T3-6(032-3) (6SNORsec. constr.mid., 3S.34) has 79% of rDNA proximal; T5-6(8696) (6SNORsec.constr.mid., 5L.79) has 99% of rDNA proximal; T5-6d (6Ssat.prox.half, 5S.58) has 100% of rDNA proximal Phillips & 1979

Inv6b breakpoints 6S.38, 6L.92 (Doyle) McKinley & 1979

Pgd1 "trisomic analyses...on chromosome 6 about five map units from the Ep locus" Stuber & 54

Idh2 "tightly linked (less than 5% recombination) to Mdh2" Stuber & 1979

*Mdh2 TB-6La and TB-6Lb locate distal to Pt Newton 54

hcf*-26 proximal to T3-6b (6Ssat.dist.quarter): not uncovered by Df-Dp for translocations with breakpoints in or beyond the proximal end of the distal chromomere of the satellite Phillips & 54

Chromosome 8

Clm 27.8 T8-9(6673) (8L.35, 9S.31); association with wx T8-9(6673) and wx T8-9d(8L.09, 9S.16) Robertson 1979

Mdh1 association with wx T8-9d(6673) Newton 54

Idh1 19+5 Mdh1 Goodman & 54

Chromosome 9

Inv9c breakpoints 9S.10, 9L.67 (Doyle) McKinley & 1979

zein IEF band 12 located by TB-4L-9S(?) Valentini & 1979

mal1 14.6 Wx de Miranda 54

bp 9-44; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

Chromosome 10

TB-10L(18) breakpoints BS, 10Lnear ctr.; uncovers zn, du, bf2, li, ms10 Lin 1979

TB-10L(19) breakpoints BL, 10Lnear ctr.; uncovers zn, du, bf2, li, ms10 Lin 1979

TB-10L(1), (3), (7), (8), (10), (20), (25), (28), (31), (36), uncover ms10, q, r, but not zn, du, bf2, li, placing ms10 distal to bf2 and li Lin 54

zein IEF band 2 located by trisomic 10; near R Valentini & 1979

K10 differential segment (relative to N10) is inserted in order: R diff. seg. o7? w2 sr2 K10; (deletions of K10 uncover sr2 in each instance and w2 usually Rhoades & 54

DfK10(A) through (K), homozygous deficiencies for w2 sr2 K10 have spotted aleurone color and variably defective endosperm (deficiencies for sr2 K10 alone do not); original w2 of Lindstrom also had defective character Rhoades & 54

Les*-1438 association with wx T9-10b Neuffer & 54

R-ch:Ecuador components g S P 0.42 Glm 0.42 Lm 0.78 Lc 0.71 Nr 1.01 Si 0.89 Ch 1.20 Au Sarkar & 54

12 10-(99); apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

18 10-near du; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

sp2 10-near du; apparently lost; exclude from working maps Cooperators

Unplaced

E8-S, -N not uncovered by TB-1La Birchler

se independent of su Ferguson & 1978

cfl2 complementary to fl2 Paliy & 1978

*Ub ubiquitous controlling element for receptor Rub Peterson 54

Rub receptor of controlling element Ub Peterson 54

Rf*-Kheyr-Pour restoration for cms-C; one factor for most sources; some data suggest a second factor in some sources Kheyr-Pour & 54

dib dichotomously branched; variable expression Micu 54

ct*-Tracy condensed plant Tracy & 54

Pgd2 6-PGD isozymes Stuber & 54

ora3 orange endosperm Dollinger 54

bl apparently lost; drop from working lists Cooperators

de17 apparently lost; drop from working lists Cooperators

gm apparently lost; drop from working lists Cooperators

lu2 apparently lost; drop from working lists Cooperators

Pu1, Pu2 apparently lost; drop from working lists Cooperators

S1, S2, S3, S4, S5 apparently lost; drop from working lists Cooperators

so1, so2 apparently lost; drop from working lists Cooperators

sy apparently lost; drop from working lists Cooperators

wl apparently lost; drop from working lists Cooperators

*Symbols preceded by asterisk need to be resolved to be in conformity with nomenclatural standards, prior assignments, or consensus of interpretation.

Requests

Offtypes (e.g., small, runty plants or other deteriorations) segregating in established inbred lines. D.S. Robertson (Ames)

Specimens of Z. luxurians, Z. perennis, Z. diploperennis R. M. Bird (Kirkwood)

Unplaced mutants uncovered by TB-5La D. Weber (Normal)

Compiled by E. H. Coe, Jr.

A revision of the working linkage map for chromosome 3

cr - 18 - d1 Emerson, Beadle, Fraser

d1 - 5 - Cg Galinat 26

d at 39 Robertson 33

Cg - 20 - Lg3

Lg3 - 2 - Rg Perry 14

Rg - 2 - gl6 Rhoades 31, 36

gl6 - 5 - ts4 Emerson, Beadle, Fraser

ts4 - 16 - ig

ig - 11 - lg2 Kermicle 54

lg2 - 1 - ba1 Beckett 49

ba1 - 11 - na1 Emerson, Beadle, Fraser

na1 - 2 - K3L Dempsey 45

K3L - 8 - a3

a3 - 26 - a1 Coe 54

a1 - 0.2 - sh2 Laughnan (Mains) 25

sh2 - 11.8 - et Stadler 14

et - 6 - ga7 Rhoades

ra2 (Emerson, Beadle, Fraser; Robertson 48

rt (Jenkins 17)

TB-3Sb (Beckett 49)

Rf1 (Snyder 29)

Rp3 (Patterson & 42)

TB-3La (Beckett 49)

pm (Emerson, Beadle, Fraser; Beckett 49)

TB-3Ld (Beckett 49)

gl12 (de Lares & 49)

TB-3Lc (Beckett 49)

yd2 Robertson 48; Beckett 49)

Mdh3 (Newton 54)

w*-PI1228183 (Robertson 48)

pg14 (Peterson 48)

hcf*-19YG (Leto & 51)

ys3 (Wright 35)

vp1 (Robertson 39)

hcf*-46 (Leto & 53)

w13 (Peterson 40)

Les*-1376 (Neuffer & 54)

y10 (Beckett 49)

yel*-5787 (stocklist)

histone 1b? (Stout 1979)

Based on linkage data in Emerson, Beadle, & Fraser (EBF) and cited reports. Further source data and corrections would be appreciated. E. H. Coe, Jr.

 


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