Mutations in a subfamily of abscisic acid receptor genes promote rice growth and productivity. Bressan b , and Jian-Kang Zhu, a,b. Abscisic acid ABA is a key phytohormone that controls plant growth and stress responses.
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Characterization of the combinatorial mutants suggested that genes in group I have more important roles in stomatal movement, seed dormancy, and growth regulation than those in group II. Among all of the single pyl mutants, only pyl1 and pyl12 exhibited significant defects in seed dormancy. Interestingly, high-order group I mutants, but not any group II mutants, displayed enhanced growth. Our results suggest that a subfamily of rice PYLs has evolved to have particularly important roles in regulating plant growth and reveal a genetic strategy to improve rice productivity.
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Download image. This collection is a comprehensive and historical documentation on the subject of rice genetics, spanning 45 years of research and scholarly work.
Cytogenetics in the age of molecular genetics
Published in , Rice Genetics II contains 65 chapters from various contributors on topics dealing with rice genetic research, including varietal differentiation and evolution; genetic markers, linkage groups, and aneuploids; genetics of stress tolerance, morphological and physiological traits, and disease and insect resistance; tissue and cell culture; molecular genetics of cytoplasmic and nuclear genomes, rice proteins, and disease resistance; RFLP analysis of rice genomes; and transformation techniques. Cytogenetic electrophoretic and root studies of javanica rices.
How was rice differentiated into indica and japonica? Traditional highland rices originating from intersubspecific recombination. Prospective use of Oryza longistaminata for rice breeding. Analysis of genes for stigma coloration in rice.
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Gene mapping of some morphological traits and chlorophyll deficiency in rice. Linkage analysis and application of isozyme genes in rice. Organization of mitochondrial DNA in male sterile and fertile lines of rice. Genetic variation in tissue culturederived rice plants. Speciesspecific repetitive DNA sequences as markers in rice backcross breeding. Tagging genes for disease and insect resistance via linkage to RFLP markers.
Toward the integration of a restriction fragment length polymorphism map.
RicyerDB: A Database For Collecting Rice Yield-related Genes with Biological Analysis
Intraspecific variation and genetic differentiation based on restriction fragment length. Production of monosomic alien addition lines of Oryza sativa having a single. Genetics of leaf rolling under drought stress. Inheritance of panicle exsertion in Oryza sativa under low temperature. Genetics and biochemistry of in vitroselected lysine mutants.
Genes for late heading and their interaction in the background of Taichung Thermosensitive genetic male sterility induced by irradiation. Transfer of blast and bacterial blight resistance from Oryza minuta to O sativa.
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Inheritance of resistance to rice tungro spherical virus in rice Oryza sativa L. Genetic analysis of resistance to whitebacked planthopper Sogatella furcifera Horvath.
Diallel analysis of callus growth and plant regeneration in rice. Genetic analysis for salt tolerance of in vitro regenerant progenies of rice.
Somaclonal male sterile mutants and their expression in indica rice.