JCR | Advances and prospects of genetic mapping of Verticillium wilt resistance in cotton
Mar 4, 2022

Breeding & Genetic improvement Disease control Crop Protection JCR
[Abstract] Verticillium wilt is one of the most important diseases affecting cotton production in China. The fungus, Verticillium dahliae, has a wide host range and a high degree of genetic variability. No resistance resources have been found in the available planting resources, thus presenting difficulties and challenges for our study. The long-term production practice shows that selection of disease-resistant varieties is the most economical and effective measure to control Verticillium wilt of cotton to reduce the yield loss and quality decline of cotton. In this paper, we summarized the genetic mapping population, the analysis method of genetic localization, the discovery, mining and cloning of disease-resistant quantitative trait loci/markers, and the analysis of their genetic functions, so as to provide information for the molecular breeding approach of disease-resistant cotton.

[Title] Advances and prospects of genetic mapping of Verticillium wilt resistance in cotton

[Authors] AINI Nurimanguli, JIBRIL Abdulaziz Nuhu, LIU Shiming, HAN Peng, PAN Zhenyuan, ZHU Longfu & NIE Xinhui

Journal of Cotton Research 2022, 55

https://doi.org/10.1186/s42397-021-00109-0
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