Comparative map of wheat chromosome 2D based on the DSAt5403(CS2D) × CS mapping population. Most accessions of Asian spelt also appeared to be related to each other and were allocated to the same branch in the D-genome N-J tree. TetraCanthatch has soft glumes and must therefore have the Q allele on chromosome 5A, inactive tg (or sog) allele on 2A and inactive tg-B1 on 2B. For this same reason, however, the D genome is more informative about the structure of the gene pool of hexaploid wheat at the dawn of its evolution than the A and B genomes. 2009). Nine ESTs surrounding Tg-D1 and harboring SNPs were mapped using GSPs for PCR amplification of DNA targets from F2 plants and SNP genotyping strategy as described above. If Iranian spelt is ancestral to all hexaploid wheat, its D genome should have the same basal position in the tree as Chinese wheat. Jan Dvorak, Karin R. Deal, Ming-Cheng Luo, Frank M. You, Keith von Borstel, Hamid Dehghani, The Origin of Spelt and Free-Threshing Hexaploid Wheat, Journal of Heredity, Volume 103, Issue 3, May-June 2012, Pages 426–441, Triticum turgidum evolved by hybridization of T. urartu with a close relative of Aegilops speltoides (genomes SS) (Sarkar and Stebbins 1956; Nishikawa 1983; Dvorak and Zhang 1990; Dvorak et al. 2009). 1998b). Lack of genome sequence for the three homeologous and highly similar bread wheat genomes (A, B, and D) has impeded expression analysis of the grain transcriptome. This fact and the observation that genotypes of different accessions of Iranian spelt differ from each other suggest that, if Iranian spelt population is the ancestor of T. aestivum, it was very likely subsequently hybridized with other wheat. Miki Y(1), Yoshida K(1), Mizuno N(2), Nasuda S(2), Sato K(3), Takumi S(1). Progenitor of the A-genome of the tetraploid and hexaploid … The glume tenacity of these DS lines was compared with that of spelt, parental synthetic wheats, TetraCanthatch (the tetraploid parent of the synthetics), and CS. The free-threshing F2 plants must be homozygous for the tg-D1 allele (and other soft-glume alleles on chromosomes 2A, 2B, and 5A). Consider, for example, spelt that is homozygous for the Tg-D1 allele. No public clipboards found for this slide. This work was supported by grant 99-35301-7905 from the USDA National Research Initiative, Genetic Mechanisms Program and grant DBI-0321757 from the National Science Foundation, Plant Genome Research Program. A new insight on the evolution of polyploid Aegilops species from the complex Crassa: molecular-cytogenetic analysis Using Xwmc177 shared with a map reported by Sood et al. Die Variation des iranischen Speltzweizen und seine genetischen Bezeihungen zu, Genetic data analysis: computer program for the analysis of allelic data. Nesbitt and Samuel (1996) persuasively argued that current day populations of spelt, irrespective whether European or Asian, are unlikely to descended directly from an representative of the original ancestor of free-threshing hexaploid wheat. Fragments of rachises found in chaff after complete mechanical threshing are to the right of spikes. The latter was divided by Vavilov (1935) into Asia Minor in a broader sense and Inner Asia. The remarkable enrichment of the classes for the CS Xgwm636 allele was to some extent caused by segregation distortion favoring the CS 2A chromosome. SNPs were assayed in segregating populations as follows. Spelt should also have either Tg-A1 (or Sog) or Tg-B1, or both, depending on the genotype of emmer that was involved in hybridization with Ae. Other articles where Hexaploidy is discussed: Poaceae: Economic and ecological importance: …fusion of diploid gametes); and hexaploid (2n = 21). Substitution of the spelt allele for the CS allele at the Xwmc112 locus on chromosome 2D did not significantly affect glume tenacity, suggesting that PI347850 and CS had the tg-D1 allele on chromosome 2D (Supplementary Table 3). The first attempt to develop synthetic wheat was made in the middle of the last century with ‘‘synthetic spelta” in a study to determine the progenitors of T. aestivum subsp. All 178 T. aestivum accessions (Supplementary Table 1) formed a single cluster showing that the T. aestivum D genome is monophyletic and that all subspecies of T. aestivum including European and Asian spelt share the same D genome. (2010) were used, and 5144 polymorphic sites were analyzed. Segregation distortion favoring CS SSR alleles was observed at all 3 studied chromosomes; Xbarc124 on 2A (P= 0.04), Xwmc200 on 2B (P = 0.05), and Xwmc112 (P < 0.01) and Xgwm261 (P < 0.01) on 2D. Tg is also on chromosome 2S in Ae. This reality has so far stymied attempts to isolate Tg. 2002). The amplicons were sized on an ABI3730XL (Life Technolgies, Inc.) using the default microsatellite module. 1999). A total of 2458 polymorphic sites were analyzed. Other spike characteristics were recorded for each F2 plant. Five of the 11 F2 progenies segregated plants with compact spikes (Table 4). tauschii genomes present in synthetic wheats RL5405 (Ae. For instance, aneuploidy was found to vary from 20 to 100% among 16 new synthetic hexaploid wheat (SHW) lines . Vavilov's theory of centres of diversity in the light of current understanding of wheat diversity, domestication and evolution. Blockchain + AI + Crypto Economics Are We Creating a Code Tsunami? Because of this significance of wheat, its origin and evolution has received extensive attention, and a great deal has been learned. Iranian spelt 77d therefore appears to have the recessive tg-A1 (or sog) allele on 2A, Tg-B1 on 2B, and Tg-D1 on 2D. The DNA targets were PCR amplified in a 20 μl PCR reaction containing 100 ng genomic DNA, 1× PCR buffer I (Life Technologies, Inc.) with a final concentration of 1.5 mM MgCl2, 10 mM dNTPs, 50 pmol of each GSP primer, and 1 unit of Taq polymerase. 1998; Blatter et al. Modern cultivars were scattered throughout the tree. 1999). Genetic relationships based on RFLP between hexaploid wheat and populations of Ae. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. The latter suggests that additional genes are likely present in the Ae. If Iranian spelt 405a originated by independent hybridization of tetraploid wheat with Ae. The substitution of the spelt allele for the CS allele at the 2A SSR locus Xgwm445 had no significant effect on glume tenacity in F4 families (Supplementary Table 3). Looks like you’ve clipped this slide to already. The complete rachis to the right of the spike RL5402 resulted from threshing of a sterile spike. Sog was found to be proximal to the region where Tg should be located, and it is unlikely that Sog and Tg are orthologous (Sood et al. tauschii chromosome 2D in Chinese Spring wheat were developed and one of them was used to map the Tg locus, which controls glume tenacity in Ae. Surprisingly, linkage was detected between the distal SSR Xgwm636 and the glume tenacity in spelt accessions PI367199 and VIR 45366 even though the SSR marker should have shown free recombination with Sog. Genome relationships show that T. monococcum, T. timopheevii, and T. zhukovskyi form a separate lineage irrelevant to the evolution of the principal wheat lineage, which is formed by T. urartu, T. turgidum, and T. aestivum. Because only a single accession had this attribute, it was important to consider other alternatives, such as the possibility that Iranian spelt originated independently from the rest of hexaploid wheat. Each spelt was crossed with CS and F2 families including the parental lines were planted in blocks of 3-m rows in the field. Neighbor-joining (N-J) trees based on the estimated distance matrices were built using phylip. The basal position of Chinese wheat in wheat evolution is consistent with the antiquity of Chinese wheat and the idea that it conserved the gene pool of young T. aestivum as consequence of migrating outside of the geographic distribution of tetraploid wheat and Ae. There will therefore be no enrichment for the CS alleles at SSR loci linked to tg-D1 in F2 in the soft-1 and soft-2 phenotypic classes. A mutation from Tg-D1 to tg-D1 converted the ancestral hexaploid wheat into a fully free-threshing form. tauschii, relative to simple sequence repeat (SSR) and expressed sequence tag loci on wheat chromosome 2D. An exception is the hulled domesticated emmer T. turgidum ssp dicoccon var liguliforme, which has the Q allele causing dense apical portion of the spike (Muramatsu 1985). McFadden and Sears (1946) resynthesized hexaploid wheat as an amphiploid of wild or domesticated emmer with Ae. Data for both chromosomes showed that the spelt and CS chromosomes 2A and 2D harbored the same alleles. Although the exact topology of the tree based on the A- and B-genome genes differed from that based on the D-genome genes (Figure 4), the wheat accessions, including the Iranian spelt, formed a single monophyletic branch with 100% bootstrap confidence. The Tg-D1 locus was located 43.5 cM from the end of the 2DS map. If that were indeed the case and if European spelt were indeed derived, the search for the ancestor of free-threshing wheat should focus on Asian spelt. If the tetraploid ancestor of hexaploid wheat were free-threshing, the resulting hexaploid might have been similar to the synthetic wheats shown in Figure 1; they were produced from crosses of a free-threshing tetraploid extracted from the A and B genomes of T. aestivum, with Ae. The branch was separate from a branch formed by the European accessions of spelt, indicating that Asian and European accessions of spelt were polyphyletic. Synthetic wheats RL5402, RL5403, RL5405, and RL5406 were developed and supplied by E. R. Kerber, Agriculture Canada Rust Lab (RL), Winnipeg, Canada (Kerber and Rowland 1974). No difference between classes was observed in allele counts at SSR loci on chromosomes 2A and 2D suggesting that spelt 417a harbors the tg-A1 (or sog) and tg-D1 alleles. (2010). 1998a, 1998b). These data show that all 3 genomes of Iranian spelt 405a are part of the monophyletic wheat lineage. 2002), but other genes are undoubtedly involved (Simonetti et al. The counts of CS and spelt alleles at the 2 SSR loci on 2D did not differ between the soft-glume and the tenacious-glume classes suggesting that PI347926 and CS had the tg-D1 allele on 2D. Sites that displayed nucleotide polymorphisms were extracted and concatenated. Amplification regime was the same as above except for that an extension cycle at 72 °C was for 2 min rather than 3 min. tauschii chromosome 2D agreed with that reported by other investigators (Nalam et al. Geographic origin of investigated accessions of spelt. The phylogenetic trees were based on 100 bootstrapped samples. tauschii has the Tg-D1 allele (Kerber and Rowland 1974). tauschii in Iran, its D genome would branch off at the base of the wheat branch, which was not observed. Iranian spelt, 77d collected near Esfahan (I250 in Supplementary Figure 2), had the Tg-D1 allele and is a member of the monophyletic branch of T. aestivum (present data and Dvorak et al. 2000). tauschii defined by geography and their allegiance to either the tauschii or the strangulata gene pools (for description of the Ae. These triticales are composed of the A- and B- wheat genomes and the R-genomes from rye. Moreover, spelt remnants are sporadic in those strata. Current data suggest that free-threshing wheat was an ancestor of not only European spelt but also of some of the Asian forms of spelt although the exact role free-threshing wheat has played is debatable. The more rigorous classes, referred to as soft-1, were plants that were considered to be free threshing (although some may have been misclassified). Seeds of the ancestral hexaploid and those of its free-threshing hexaploid descendants were shorter than those of spelt and resembled those of bread wheat (Figure 5). The segregation of SSR markers was used to assess the presence of Tg alleles in 11 accessions of spelt, both from Europe and from Asia. The oldest remnants of non-hulled grains identified as hexaploid wheat come from Anatolia and are dated to the middle of the seventh millennium BC (Hillman 1978; de Moulins 1993), whereas the oldest remnants of spelt came from Transcaucasia and Kurdistan and are dated to the fifth millennium (Bakhteyev and Yanushevich 1980; Lisitsina 1984). Chickpea, Cicer arientinum 8. The soft-1 class also showed an excess of CS alleles over the spelt alleles, but the number of genes in that class was insufficient for the test to be statistically significant. Since all accessions of Iranian spelt belong to the monophyletic T. aestivum population, the presence of characteristics expected in the primitive hexaploid wheat among Iranian spelt, such as Tg-D1 and Q, suggests that Iranian spelt populations are remnants of the missing link between free-threshing tetraploid wheat and free-threshing hexaploid wheat. Spelt polyphylesis has been suggested also on other grounds (Jaaska 1978; Blatter et al. speltoides) as the donor of the genome to the Nishikawa, Furuta, and Wada (1980) have sought evidence Based on the finding regarding the location where hexaploid wheat originated. Strangulata gene pool accessions from southwestern Caspian Iran collected in the vicinity of Rasht formed a branch that was closer to the wheat branch than other branches within the strangulata gene pool (Supplementary Figure 1). If spelt was ancestral but was later subjected to recurrent hybridization with sympatric free-threshing wheat leading to the near fixation of the tg-D1 allele in spelt, all 3 spelt genomes would be related to sympatric free-threshing wheat and spelt accessions would therefore be scattered across the T. aestivum phylogenetic tree. durum) evolved. Marker Xwmc25 on chromosome 2B showed a statistically significant excess of CS alleles over the spelt alleles in the soft-1 group compared with the tenacious-glume group (Supplementary Table 2), suggesting that PI330558 had the Tg-B1 allele on chromosome 2B. dicoccoides, genomes BBAA) (Simonetti et al. 2007; Luo et al. SNPs and GSPs for EST loci not listed above were developed here using the strategy described by Akhunov et al. The subsequent discovery of spelt cultivation in western Iran, Transcaucasia, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, and China (Kuckuck 1959; Dorofejev 1971) made opposition to the ancestral position of spelt in hexaploid wheat phylogeny on the basis of geography irrelevant, and the McFadden and Sears hypothesis was widely accepted. Allele counts in soft-1 or soft-2 classes differed significantly from those in the tenacious-glume class at none of the investigated SSR loci (Supplementary Table 2). The oldest archaeological sites with agriculture are in western Asia. Diluted samples were denatured at 95 °C for 5 min and then immediately placed on ice. The following scenario of the evolution of free-threshing hexaploid wheat is proposed here (Figure 5). Substitution of the spelt allele at the Xbarc200 locus on chromosome 2B for the CS allele resulted in a significant increase in glume tenacity, indicating that PI347850 had the Tg-B1 allele, whereas CS had the tg-B1 allele on 2B. © The American Genetic Association. (1998), Song et al. The archaeology and history of hulled wheats, Hulled wheats. This finding is consistent with suggestions that European spelt was derived from hybridization of hulled emmer with free-threshing hexaploid wheat (Schiemann 1932; Mac Key 1966). 1993). The 10 μl reaction was then diluted with 8 μl of water and an aliquot of 3 μl was taken for a Sanger sequencing reaction. The difference in the allele counts was statistically tested with 2 × 2 contingency table and Fisher's exact test using α = 0.05. From Asia, wheat continued to spread throughout Europe. At least for some of the spelt, the free-threshing hexaploid parent was therefore club wheat, which substantiated the hypothesis that, at least some accessions of European spelt originated from hybridization of club wheat with emmer (Schiemann 1932; Mac Key 1966). genotypes, differing in country of origin, taxonomy and ploidy (tetraploids vs. hexaploids). tauschii (Dvorak et al. However, even when all seeds were entirely mechanically liberated from hulls in synthetic wheat and DS lines, fragments of rachis still accompanied the chaff (Figures 1 and 2). Glume-tenacity scores were used as variables in GLM (SAS version 9.1) in which the genotype was nested within family. However molecular relationships based on genomic sequence comparison, including both coding and non-coding DNA, have never been investigated. 1998b). It was suggested before that most free-threshing wheat in archaeological sites in western Asia was tetraploid (Zohary and Hopf 1994). It is proposed that the tetraploid parent of hexaploid wheat was not hulled emmer but a free-threshing form of tetraploid wheat. Eight of the EST loci harboring SNP markers and 3 SSR loci were then mapped on the comparative Ae. 2006), and each F2 plant was genotyped with 9 SSR markers previously mapped on the short arm of wheat chromosome 2D. Ten of the 11 accessions of spelt studied had the inactive tg-D1 allele on chromosome 2D, which is consistent with spelt being derived from free-threshing wheat by hybridization. Shot wheat, Triticum sphaerocoecum 4. Although the remaining 8 accessions did not have the Tg-A1 allele, they could have had the Sog allele that would almost certainly segregate independently of SSR markers used. To obtain additional data, several contrasting F4 families were grown, and glume tenacity was quantitatively assessed as described in Materials and Methods; 0.0 was a fully free-threshing score and 1.0 was fully hulled score. Hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum, genomes AABBDD) originated by hybridization of tetraploid Triticum turgidum (genomes AABB) with Aegilops tauschii (genomes DD). Genetic relationships between A. tauschii and the wheat D genome are of central importance for the understanding of wheat origin and subsequent evolution. However, the same allele substitution in 2 nonsegregating F4 families resulted in a statistically significant increase in glume tenacity. The Xpsr901 frequencies mimic the distribution of γ-gliadin alleles in European spelt and bread wheat (von Buren 2001). The Ae. The magnitude of the enrichment would depend on the strength of linkage between an SSR locus and tg-D1. tauschii. A number of lines of evidence show that most of the nucleotide diversity in hexaploid wheat was contributed by hybridization (Akhunov et al. This pattern was observed for modern wheat cultivars but not for spelt. No inference could be made about the 2A chromosome. Because hybridization of hexaploid wheat with Ae. The synthetic hexaploid wheat resembled spelt (T. aestivum ssp spelta, genomes BBAADD). To discriminate between the orthologous Tg genes on wheat homoeologous chromosomes 2A, 2B, and 2D, we will use the standard wheat gene nomenclature for orthologous gene sets. The linkage of the compact spike phenotype with the spelt allele at Xwmc112 was tighter than that with spelt allele Xgwm261. Compared with CS, the spikes of DS lines were slightly narrower due to more acute angle of glumes to spike rachis caused by Tg-D1 (Figure 2). The origins of agriculture and crop domestication. 2006). tauschii and wheat accessions or for wheat only. The SSR genotype of each F4 plant was determined. See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details. T. tauschii is believed to have originated in the northern regions of Mesopotamia thus explaining the evolution of the winter hardiness traits residing on the "D" genome. 2002; Caldwell et al. 2010) were employed to examine the position of Iranian spelt within T. aestivum. Because Ae. The location of genes affecting height, day-length insensitivity, hybrid dwarfism and yellow-rust resistance. Amplicons were sized and checked for quality by 1% agarose gel electrophoresis. These markers were used in several segregating populations from crosses of spelt with CS but were not polymorphic between LDN and PI428082. The tauschii gene pool cluster consisted of accessions from Turkey, Transcaucasia, Iran, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and China. RFLP and SNP data reported earlier (Dvorak et al. It is widely believed that hexaploid wheat originated via hybridization of hulled tetraploid emmer with Aegilops tauschii (genomes DD) and that the nascent hexaploid was spelt, from which free-threshing wheat evolved by mutations. Cosegregation of compact spike with SSR alleles in F2 plants from the cross CS × spelt PI330558. I. Because glume tenacity is a quantitative trait based on at least 4 incompletely dominant genes, it is difficult to discriminate unequivocally between free-threshing and hulled plants. To map the Tg-D1 locus relative to SSR and EST markers, DSAt2D5403(CS2D) was crossed with CS. tauschii is hulled, it is natural to anticipate that the primitive hexaploid wheat was hulled and that free-threshing hexaploid wheat, such as common wheat (T. aestivum ssp. The global area of wheat cultivation covers a total of about 240 × 10 6 ha, and approximately 90% of that is occupied by T. aestivum , which has the greatest number of crop-yielding varieties of starchy grains. Aegilops His findings support a monophyletic origin for the primitive tetraploid and the squarossa) Also, his findings support T. speitoides (= Ae. After 6–7 backcrosses, monosomics were selfed, and 42-chromosome progeny was selected. tauschii, as is widely believed, the transformation of such wheat to free-threshing wheat would require recessive mutations at the Tg loci and Sog if present in wheat and a dominant mutation at the q locus. Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. We reason that if spelt is the ancestral hexaploid wheat and originated from hybridization of hulled domesticated emmer with hulled Ae. An N-J tree was also constructed from the nucleotide sequences of 121 D-genome genes in 13 accessions of T. aestivum, including Iranian spelt 405a, and 9 randomly selected accessions of Ae. 2007), and ‘Altar’ durum. 1999). Likewise, no significant difference was observed when the CS SSR allele at the Xwmc112 locus on chromosome 2D was replaced by the spelt allele. The origin of cultivated wheat is located in the Ancient Mediterranean (syn.=Old Mediterranean) which includes, according to Vavilov's last paper (1940), the Mediterranean region and Southwest Asia. However, it was the spelt allele that showed an elevated frequency compared with the CS allele. Bread wheat is also hexaploid, being derived from a combination of three diploid donor species which are proposed to have diverged from an ancestral diploid species between 2.5 and 6 million years ago (Huang et al., 2002; Chantret et al., 2005). Plants were individually harvested and subjectively classified on the basis of glume tenacity, using CS and spelt parents as checks. The concatenated sequences were used to estimate genetic distances among 16 genetic stocks in the A and B genomes and among 22 genetic stocks in the D genome based on Kimura's 2-parameter model (Kimura 1980) with the “dnadist” module in the Phylip package (Felsenstein 2005). Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. The genetic cause of spike compactness was examined in spelt PI330558 and was found to be due to the C gene on spelt chromosome 2D. Hexaploid wheat is an important worldwide food crop that contributes as much as 35% of the calories consumed by the global population (Godfray et al., 2010; Shewry, 2009).To meet increasing demand, it is necessary to improve various economically important traits in wheat by genetic engineering approaches (He et al., 2011; Tester and Langridge, 2010). tauschii genetic map (Luo et al. 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