Hanna Bolibok-Bragoszewska

Hanna Bolibok-Bragoszewska
Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW | SGGW · Department of Plant Genetics, Breeding and Biotechnology

PhD

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January 2005 - present
Warsaw University of Life Sciences - Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
December 2004 - present
Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (72)
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Implementation of molecular breeding in rye (Secale cereale L.) improvement programs depends on the availability of high-density molecular linkage maps. However, the number of sequence-specific PCR-based markers available for the species is limited. Diversity Arrays Technology (DArT) is a microarray-based method allowing for detection of DNA polymo...
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Background Numerous rye accessions are stored in ex situ genebanks worldwide. Little is known about the extent of genetic diversity contained in any of them and its relation to contemporary varieties, since to date rye genetic diversity studies had a very limited scope, analyzing few loci and/ or few accessions. Development of high throughput genot...
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Large genome size and complexity hamper considerably the genomics research in relevant species. Rye (Secale cereale L.) has one of the largest genomes among cereal crops and repetitive sequences account for over 90% of its length. Diversity Arrays Technology is a high-throughput genotyping method, in which a preferential sampling of gene-rich regio...
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Background Loss of genetic variation negatively impacts breeding efforts and food security. Genebanks house over 7 million accessions representing vast allelic diversity that is a resource for sustainable breeding. Discovery of DNA variations is an important step in the efficient use of these resources. While technologies have improved and costs dr...
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Identification of bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) clones containing specific sequences is a prerequisite for many applications, such as physical map anchoring or gene cloning. Existing BAC library screening strategies are either low-throughput or require a considerable initial input of resources for platform establishment. We describe a high-...
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Rye (Secale cereale L.) is considered the most tolerant cereal crop, both to biotic and abiotic stresses. Below, we present the current knowledge about the genetic background of the tolerance to such stresses as diseases, pests, deficiency and excess of soil minerals (particularly aluminum), drought, and low temperature. Despite recent significant...
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Rye ( Secale cereale L.) is an exceptionally climate-resilient cereal crop, used extensively to produce improved wheat varieties via introgressive hybridization and possessing the entire repertoire of genes necessary to enable hybrid breeding. Rye is allogamous and only recently domesticated, thus giving cultivated ryes access to a diverse and expl...
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Snake melon (Cucumis melo subsp. melo L. var. flexuosus (L.) Naudin) is an ancient and traditional crop in the Mediterranean region. Nevertheless, there has been poor interest in assessing snake melon germplasm where its genetic resources have not been surveyed before despite their potential in adaptation to environmental changes. In this study, we...
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Loss of genetic variation negatively impacts breeding efforts and food security. Genebanks house over 7 million accessions representing vast allelic diversity that is a resource for sustainable breeding. Discovery of DNA variations is an important step in the efficient use of these resources. While technologies have improved and costs dropped, it r...
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This study aimed to verify the taxonomic relationships within the genus Secale. The plant material included 16 wild rye accessions from four species. Two approaches were applied: 1) whole genome scanning using three molecular marker systems: diversity arrays technology sequencing, simple sequence repeats and sequence-specific amplification polymorp...
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The assessment of genetic diversity in available germplasm is crucial for improvement. In rye (Secale cereale L.) breeding programs, the knowledge of genetic variation on molecular level could be helpful in selection of appropriate components for crossing. The aim of this study was to assess genetic diversity of 150 Polish rye inbred lines with the...
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Homology search results for 3737 non-redundant rye DArT marker sequences.
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Percentages of GO terms assigned to functional groups. Percentages of GO terms assigned to functional groups within (A) biological process, (B) cellular component and (C) molecular function categories.
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Functional annotations of non-redundant rye DArT marker sequences.
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Genetic variation is a fundamental resource in crop improvement programs and thus a detailed knowledge of genetic relationships among accessions is a prerequisite for successful exploitation of genetic resources in breeding and for efficient genebank management. DNA markers are a convenient and powerful tool for assessment of genetic diversity. Ove...
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The primary aim of this study was to estimate genetic diversity among Secale cereale L. accessions using 22 previously published simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers. The plant material included 367 rye accessions comprising historical and contemporary cultivars, cultivated materials, landraces, and breeding strains from the Polish breeding company...
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Benzoxazinoids (BX) are major secondary metabolites of gramineous plants that play an important role in disease resistance and allelopathy. They also have many other unique properties including anti-bacterial and anti-fungal activity, and the ability to reduce alfa–amylase activity. The biosynthesis and modification of BX are controlled by the gene...
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Rye is one of the most important crops in Eastern and Northern Europe. Despite the numerous beneficial features of rye, its annual production decreases successively which correlates with the lack of progress in its breeding compared with other cereals. Biotechnological methods could effectively improve the breeding of rye. However, their applicatio...
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The nuclear male sterility gene ms8 is expected to facilitate the production of sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) hybrids as it provides means for hybridization without the labor-intensive hand emasculation of female inbred lines. The development of molecular markers linked to ms8 locus will help the breeding practice for the selection of hybrid pa...
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The objectives of the research were to determine the position of quantitative trait loci (QTL) for α-amylase activity on the genetic map of a rye recombinant inbred line population—S120 × S76—and to compare them to known QTL for preharvest sprouting and heading earliness. Fourteen QTL for α-amylase activity on all seven chromosomes were identified....
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A partial sequence of a Ty1-copia retrotransposon was isolated from the genome of the rye (Secale cereale L.) inbred line L318 using degenerate primers targeted at the RNaseH sequence. Its putative 3’LTR region exhibited similarity to LTRs of known plant retrotransposons such as BARE-1, while no significant similarity to known rye retrotransposon s...
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Integrated linkage map of rye chromosome 5R. The main shared and unique markers are shown in brown and gray, respectively. (TIF)
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Integrated linkage map of rye chromosome 7R. The main shared and unique markers are shown in brown and gray, respectively. (TIF)
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Integrated linkage map of rye chromosome 1R. The main shared and unique markers are shown in brown and gray, respectively. (TIF)
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Integrated linkage map of rye chromosome 6R. The main shared and unique markers are shown in brown and gray, respectively. (TIF)
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List of PCR-based markers used for genotyping. (XLS)
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Integrated linkage map of rye chromosome 2R. The main shared and unique markers are shown in brown and gray, respectively. (TIF)
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Integrated linkage map of rye chromosome 3R. The main shared and unique markers are shown in brown and gray, respectively. (TIF)
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Integrated linkage map of rye chromosome 4R. The main shared and unique markers are shown in brown and gray, respectively. (TIF)
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Consensus map of chromosome 5R and orders of shared and unique markers within the 5R integrated map. (XLS)
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Consensus map of chromosome 7R and orders of shared and unique markers within the 7R integrated map. (XLS)
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Consensus map of chromosome 1R and orders of shared and unique markers within the 1R integrated map. (XLS)
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Consensus map of chromosome 3R and orders of shared and unique markers within the 3R integrated map. (XLS)
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DArT marker segregations for five RIL populations (XLS)
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Lists of markers excluded during map construction. (XLS)
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Consensus map of chromosome 2R and orders of shared and unique markers within the 2R integrated map. (XLS)
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Consensus map of chromosome 4R and orders of shared and unique markers within the 4R integrated map. (XLS)
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Consensus map of chromosome 6R and orders of shared and unique markers within the 6R integrated map. (XLS)
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Rye (Secale cereale L.) is an economically important crop, exhibiting unique features such as outstanding resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses and high nutrient use efficiency. This species presents a challenge to geneticists and breeders due to its large genome containing a high proportion of repetitive sequences, self incompatibility, severe...
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The Rfc1 gene controls restoration of male fertility in rye (Secale cereale L.) with sterility-inducing cytoplasm CMS-C. Two populations of recombinant inbred lines (RIL) were used in this study to identify DArT markers located on the 4RL chromosome, in the close vicinity of the Rfc1 gene. In the population developed from the 541×2020LM intercross,...
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Winter rye (Secale cereale L.) is known to be recalcitrant to tissue culture response (TCR). Moreover, the mechanisms controlling TCR are poorly recognized. In the present study, a Genetically Directed Differential Subtraction Chain (GDDSC) strategy was used to isolate genomic regions associated with TCR. Two pairs of bulks, R-NR and E>90–E<25, wer...
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Molecular marker technologies have become a powerful tool in crop improvement through their use in germplasm characterization, linkage mapping and molecular breeding. In vitro plant research has become one of the areas of extensive molecular marker application, as they can be used to monitor the somaclonal variation, verify the genetic fidelity of...
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This study was conducted in order to identify quantitative trait loci (QTLs) for the in vitro culture response of winter rye (Secale cereale L.) immature embryos and immature inflorescences. A genetic linkage map comprising 67 SSRs, 9 ISSRs, 13 SAMPLs, 7 RAPDs, 2 SCARs and one EST marker was created based on the analyses of 102 recombinant inbred l...
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Plant regeneration from cultured tissues has been shown to be under genetic control in a number of plant species. Using quantitative trait loci (QTL) mapping technology, it has become possible to estimate the number of loci controlling genetic variation and to characterize their map position in the genome. With the use of different types of mapping...
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The rye genomic library, which consists of DNA fragments in the range of 0.5-1.1 kb, was screened for the presence of tri-and tetranucleotide and compound microsatellites. Of the 1,600,000 clones analysed, 102 clones were positive and 41 were suitable for SSR primer pair design. Twenty-six primer pairs amplified specific products, and six of them w...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the efficiency of ISSR, SSR, and SAMPL marker systems in detecting genetic polymorphism among 30 winter rye inbred lines and to compare the results of cluster analysis performed on data from these marker systems using different statistical methods and coefficients. Each marker system was able to discriminate...
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Microsatellites (SSR--simple sequence repeats, STR--short tandem repeats, SSLP--simple sequence length polymorphism, VNTR--variable number of tandem repeats) are the class of repetitive DNA sequences present in all living organisms. Particular characteristics of microsatellites, such as their presence in the genomes of all living organisms, high le...
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The method of in vitro selection for increased salt tolerance at the seed germination and early growth phase of strawberry seedlings is proposed. Clone Pau/27 was selected on medium containing 200 mM of NaCl from population obtained by free pollination of cv. ‘Paula2019;. Subsequently, on the same medium 18 salt tolerant clones were attained from t...

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the aim of the project is to identify and characterize regions of the rye genome that were subjected to selection pressure during domestication and breeding