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Wednesday, 2013/08/14 | 08:12:31

The objective of this study was to use next-generation sequencing technologies to dissect quantitative trait loci (QTL) for southern root-knot nematode (RKN) resistance into individual genes in soybean. Two hundred forty-six recombinant inbred lines (RIL) derived from a cross between Magellan (susceptible) and PI 438489B (resistant) were evaluated for RKN resistance in a greenhouse and sequenced at an average of 0.19× depth

Tuesday, 2013/08/13 | 08:16:34

Rice blast is one of the important diseases of rice which can be effectively managed by the deployment of resistance genes. Pi -ta is one of the major blast resistant genes effective against pathogen populations in different parts of India . We analysed allelic variants of Pi-ta from 48 rice lines selected after phenotyping of 529 rice landraces across three eco-geo graphical blast hot spot regions.

Wednesday, 2013/08/07 | 08:14:09

Plant growth is regulated by a complex network of signaling events. Points of convergence for the signaling cross-talk between the phytohormones auxin and gibberellin (GA), which partly control overlapping processes during plant development, are largely unknown

Tuesday, 2013/08/06 | 15:56:09

Over the last 20 years, man has been exposed to an array of chemicals in form of medicines, industrial waste and a variety of other naturally occurring substances which adversely affect the kidney. Food additives, majorly flavorings and sweeteners, had been indicted as some of these natural/artificial occurring substances which causes nephro-toxicity but their adjunct role in food cannot be undermine

Tuesday, 2013/08/06 | 08:29:25

University of Leeds researchers have discovered how plants set the angles of their branches. While the other principle features that govern plant architecture such as the control of the number of branches and positioning around the main shoot are now well understood, scientists have long puzzled over how plants set and maintain the angle of their lateral branches relative to gravity

Monday, 2013/08/05 | 13:15:33

A joint study by researchers from Purdue University and University and Aberdeen has found that having more than two sets of chromosomes can increase a plant's ability to take up nutrients and survive in saline soils. Researchers found that polyploidy, the condition of having more than two genome copies, causes the flowering plant Arabidopsis thaliana to accumulate potassium in its leaves and have high tolerance to saline conditions.

Friday, 2013/08/02 | 08:04:44

The past 60 years have seen a revolution in our understanding of the molecular genetics of insecticide resistance. While at first the field was split by arguments about the relative importance of mono- vs. polygenic resistance and field- vs. laboratory-based selection,

Thursday, 2013/08/01 | 08:04:46

Scientists from Malaysia and the United States have sequenced the genome of the African oil palm Elaeis guineensis. They also presented the draft sequence of the South American oil palm Elaeis oleifera.

Wednesday, 2013/07/31 | 08:22:05

Studies of DNA methylation from fungi, plants, and animals indicate that gene body methylation is ancient and highly conserved in eukaryotic genomes, but its role has not been clearly defined. It has been postulated that regulation of alternative splicing of transcripts was an original function of DNA methylation, but a direct experimental test of the effect of methylation on alternative slicing at the whole genome level has never been performed

Wednesday, 2013/07/31 | 08:14:51

Auxin is a key phytohormone regulating central processes in plants. Although the mechanism by which auxin triggers changes in gene expression is well understood, little is known about the specific role of the individual members of the TIR1/AFB auxin receptors,

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