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Monday, 2020/04/06 | 07:29:51

A single dominant locus (CaRf032) for fertility restoration of cytoplasmic male sterility was identified in the strong restorer inbred line IVF2014032 of chili pepper (Capsicum annuum L.). CaRf032 was localized within an 8.81-Mb candidate intervals on chromosome 6 using bulked segregant analysis based on high-throughput sequencing data.

Sunday, 2020/04/05 | 06:25:19

Cassava, which produces edible starchy roots, is an important staple food for hundreds of millions of people in the tropics. Breeding of cassava is hampered by its poor flower production, flower abortion, and lack of reproductive prolificacy. The current work determined that ethylene signalling affects floral development in cassava and that the anti-ethylene plant growth regulator silver thiosulfate (STS) mitigates the effects of ethylene on flower development. STS did not affect the timing of flower initiation, but improved early inflorescence and flower development as well as flower longevity such that flower numbers were increased.

Saturday, 2020/04/04 | 06:21:58

Evidence for global insect declines mounts, increasing our need to understand underlying mechanisms. We test the nutrient dilution (ND) hypothesis—the decreasing concentration of essential dietary minerals with increasing plant productivity—that particularly targets insect herbivores. Nutrient dilution can result from increased plant biomass due to climate or CO2 enrichment. Additionally, when considering long-term trends driven by climate, one must account for large-scale oscillations including El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO), North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), and Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO).

Friday, 2020/04/03 | 05:44:10

Plants balance their competing requirements for growth and stress tolerance via a sophisticated regulatory circuitry that controls responses to the external environments. We have identified a plant-specific gene, COST1 (constitutively stressed 1), that is required for normal plant growth but negatively regulates drought resistance by influencing the autophagy pathway.

Thursday, 2020/04/02 | 05:50:28

Drought is a serious problem, which causes heavy yield losses for rice. Heat-shock factors (HSFs) had been implicated in tolerance to drought and high temperature. However, there has not been much functional characterization and mechanism clarification in rice. Previously, we found an HSF gene, OsHSFA3, was highly related with drought tolerance after screening from 10,000 different samples. Herein, we cloned the OsHSFA3 from rice and overexpressed it in Arabidopsis thaliana to study its regulatory mechanism of drought tolerance.

Wednesday, 2020/04/01 | 08:14:56

The practice of clonally propagating potato (Solanum tuberosum L.), which has been lasted for thousands of years, has caused the accumulation of deleterious alleles. Despite yellow margin (ym) being a common cause of a detrimental weak-vigor phenotype and reduced yield in diploid potato, the underlying gene has eluded discovery to date. In this paper, we mapped the ym gene to a 30-kb region containing four annotated genes.

Tuesday, 2020/03/31 | 07:51:12

The aim of this study was the identification of molecular markers for the Pc39 gene in cultivated oat (Avena sativa L.). Pc39 is a major race-specific crown rust resistance gene originally found in an Israeli accession of the wild hexaploid Avena sterilis. The effectiveness of this gene in Europe has decreased in recent years, but is still relatively high and breeding programs would benefit from the availability of molecular markers to aid in its mapping and deployment.

Monday, 2020/03/30 | 07:41:26

We established a gene disruption (GD) method based on gene homologous recombination (GHR) for B. dothidea using polyethylene glycol-mediated protoplast transformation. The results showed that a GHR cassette gave much higher GD efficiency than a GHR plasmid. A high GD efficiency (1.3 ± 0.14 per 106 protopasts) and low frequency of random insertions were achieved with a DNA

Sunday, 2020/03/29 | 05:53:20

High-temperature stress at the booting stage has the potential to significantly limit rice production. An interspecific advanced backcrossed population between the Oryza sativa L. cultivar R53 and the wild Oryza rufipogon Griff accession HHT4 was used as the source material to develop a set of chromosome segment introgression lines to elucidate the genetic mechanism of the qHTB1-1 QTL in heat tolerance. A single-chromosome-segment introgression line, IL01-15, was used to develop secondary populations for the mapping of qHTB1-1 on chromosome 1 for heat tolerance at the booting stage.

Saturday, 2020/03/28 | 07:21:47

Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) is an important oilseed crop worldwide. Utilization of genetic resistance is the most economic and effective approach to control bacterial wilt, one of the most devastating plant diseases, in peanut production. To accelerate the genetic improvement of bacterial wilt resistance (BWR) in peanut breeding programs, quantitative trait locus (QTL) mapping has been conducted for two resistant varieties.

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