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A parentage study of closely related Ukrainian wine grape varieties using microsatellite markers
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Four bred grapevine varieties released for commercial cultivation in Ukraine, namely ‘Antey Magarachskii’, ‘Rubinovyi Magaracha’, ‘Granatovyi Magaracha’ and ‘Rubin Golodrigi’, and their putative parental forms were genotyped using six microsatellite loci. Genotypes were compared with breeding records to verify genetic relationships among varieties. Results of the analysis confirmed four of six parent-offspring relationships. Results of the analysis allow to assume that genotype ‘Seyve Villard 20347’ is the direct parent of ‘Antey Magarachskii’ instead of its grandparent. The first-studied accession believed to be that of Granatovyi Magaracha was identified as impurity. In order to verify the parentage of Granatovyi Magaracha, rest accessions of that variety and its putative parent Antey Magarachskii were additionally genotyped at 13 nuclear loci and at three chloroplast loci. The parent-offspring relationship was confirmed, as all Granatovyi Magaracha accessions had a common allele with the parent variety Antey Magarachskii at each locus and the same chlorotype A. Different Granatovyi Magaracha accessions could have been obtained via vegetative propagation of two seedlings which arose from one crossing.
Key words: grapevine, ssr – marker, microsatellite loci, genetic relationships
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