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Table 1 LMW-GS genes and their allelic variants identified in T. urartu population using the LMW-GS gene molecular marker system

From: Composition, variation, expression and evolution of low-molecular-weight glutenin subunit genes in Triticum urartu

Gene Allelic variants a   LMWGS1 b LMWGS2 b LMWGS3 b
TuA3-385 TuA3-385     385     492     383    
TuA3-391 TuA3-373 TuA3-391 TuA3-392   373 391 392   480 484 501   371 375 390  
TuA3-397 TuA3-397     397     504     396    
TuA3-400 TuA3-400 TuA3-402    400 402    506 509    399 402   
TuA3-400 TuA3-460 TuA3-463 TuA3-474   460 Nc 474   566 569 580   464 467 479  
TuA3-502 TuA3-495 TuA3-498 TuA3-502 TuA3-520 N N N N 603 N N N 532 535 538 561
   TuA3-590 TuA3-593    N N    N N    633 636  
TuA3-538 TuA3-535 TuA3-538 TuA3-657   535 538 657   641 644 753   574 577 697  
TuA3-576 TuA3-406 TuA3-555 TuA3-576 TuA3-579 N 555 576 N 517 N 682 685 443 597 618 621
   TuA3-597 TuA3-669    597 669    N 773    640 720  
  1. aA single gene could be detected by no less than one primer set, and the correspondence among fragments detected by these three primer sets was established by their theoretical sizes. LMW-GS genes and allelic variants were named in accordance with the sizes of their corresponding fragments amplified by the LMWGS1 primer set practically or theoretically, and the major allelic variant was designated as the gene whereas the remainders as its allelic variants [17].
  2. bThree primer sets of the LMW-GS gene molecular marker system [13].
  3. cNot amplified by the specific primer sets.