Array-based genotyping and genetic dissimilarity analysis of a set of maize inbred lines belonging to different heterotic groups

Antun Jambrovic, Maja Mazur, Zvonko Radan, Zvonimir Zdunic, Tatjana Ledencan, Andrija Brkic, Josip Brkic, Ivan Brkic, Domagoj Simic
2014 Genetika  
2014): Array-based genotyping and genetic dissimilarity analysis of a set of maize inbred lines belonging to different heterotic groups -Genetika, Vol 46, No. 2, 343-352. Here we describe the results of the detailed array-based genotyping obtained by using the Illumina MaizeSNP50 BeadChip of eleven inbred lines belonging to different heterotic groups relevant for maize breeding in Southeast Europe -European Corn Belt. The objectives of this study were to assess the utility of the MaizeSNP50
more » ... the MaizeSNP50 BeadChip platform by determining its descriptive power and to assess genetic dissimilarity of the inbred lines. The distribution of the SNPs was found not completely uniform among chromosomes, but average call rate was very high (97.9%) and number of polymorphic loci was 33200 out of 50074 SNPs with known mapping position indicating descriptive power of the MaizeSNP50 BeadChip. The dendrogram obtained from UPGMA cluster analysis as well as principal component analysis (PCA) confirmed pedigree information, undoubtedly distinguishing lines according to their background in two population varieties of Reid Yellow Dent and Lancaster Sure Crop. Dissimilarity analysis showed that all of the inbred lines could be distinguished from each other. Whereas cluster analysis did not definitely differentiate Mo17 and Ohio inbred lines, PCA revealed clear genetic differences between them. The studied inbred lines were confirmed to be genetically diverse, representing a large proportion of the genetic variation occurring in two maize heterotic groups.
doi:10.2298/gensr1402343j fatcat:hcenmkwrv5gyzb5o3inqcypuyy