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Tuesday, 2019/10/08 | 08:20:01

Alteration in the leaf mesophyll anatomy by genetic modification is potentially a promising tool for improving the physiological functions of trees by improving leaf photosynthesis. Homeodomain leucine zipper (HD-Zip) transcription factors are candidates for anatomical alterations of leaves through modification of cell multiplication, differentiation, and expansion. Full-length cDNA encoding a Eucalyptus camaldulensis HD-Zip class II transcription factor (EcHB1)

Monday, 2019/10/07 | 08:47:23

In field conditions, crops are adversely affected by a wide range of abiotic stresses including drought, cold, salt, and heat, as well as biotic stresses including pests and pathogens. These stresses can have a marked effect on crop yield. The present and future effects of climate change necessitate the improvement of crop stress tolerance. Plants have evolved sophisticated stress response strategies, and genes that encode transcription factors (TFs)

Sunday, 2019/10/06 | 07:04:44

Plant height (PH) is an important agronomic trait that is closely related to soybean yield and quality. However, it is a complex quantitative trait governed by multiple genes and is influenced by environment. Unraveling the genetic mechanism involved in PH, and developing soybean cultivars with desirable PH is an imperative goal for soybean breeding. In this regard, the present study used high-density linkage maps of two related recombinant inbred line (RIL) populations viz.,

Saturday, 2019/10/05 | 08:18:02

The CRISPR/Cas9-mediated base editing technology can efficiently generate point mutations in the genome without introducing double-strand break (DSB) or supplying a DNA donor template for homology-dependent repair (HDR). In this study, adenine base editors (ABEs) were used for rapid generation of precise point mutations in two distinct genes, OsWsl5, and OsZebra3 (Z3), in rice protoplasts and regenerated plants. The precisely engineered point mutations were stably inherited to subsequent generations.

Friday, 2019/10/04 | 08:22:22

C-repeat binding factor (CBF) proteins are transcription factors involved in plant response to abiotic stresses, especially low-temperature condition. In this research, a CBF3-coding gene was isolated from a cold-acclimation maize variety, Zea mays var. Tevang-1 and denoted as ZmCBF3tv. The isolated gene shared 96.49% homology with the B73-reference gene and had no intron in the coding sequence

Thursday, 2019/10/03 | 08:01:16

Electrogenic proton pumps have been implicated in the generation of slow wave potentials (SWPs), damage-induced membrane depolarizations that activate the jasmonate (JA) defense pathway in leaves distal to wounds. However, no defined H+-ATPases have been shown to modulate these electrical signals. Pilot experiments revealed that the proton pump activator fusicoccin attenuated SWP duration in Arabidopsis.

Wednesday, 2019/10/02 | 08:03:56

Maize is globally an indispensable crop for humans and livestock. About 30% of yield is lost by fungal diseases with Gibberella, Fusarium and Aspergillus ear rots (ERs) having a high economic impact in most maize-growing regions of the world. They reduce not only yield, but also contaminate grains with mycotoxins like deoxynivalenol, zearalenone, fumonisins and aflatoxins, respectively. These mycotoxins pose serious health problems to humans and animals.

Tuesday, 2019/10/01 | 08:26:19

Selecting simultaneously for grain yield and baking quality is a major challenge in wheat breeding, and several concepts like grain protein deviations have been developed for shifting the undesirable negative correlation between both traits. The protein quality is, however, not considered in these concepts, although it is an important aspect and might facilitate the selection of genotypes that use available resources more efficiently with respect to the quantity and quality of the final end products

Monday, 2019/09/30 | 08:20:48

Water is an increasingly scarce resource while some crops, such as paddy rice, require large amounts of water to maintain grain production. A better understanding of rice drought adaptation and tolerance mechanisms could help to reduce this problem. There is evidence of a possible role of root-associated fungi in drought adaptation. Here, we analyzed the endospheric fungal microbiota composition in rice and its relation to plant genotype and drought.

Sunday, 2019/09/29 | 06:16:22

DNA repair is critical for genome stability and is maintained through conserved pathways. Traditional genome-wide mammalian screens are both expensive and laborious. However, computational approaches circumvent these limitations and are a powerful tool to identify new DNA repair factors. By analyzing the evolutionary relationships between genes in the major DNA repair pathways, we uncovered functional relationships between individual genes and identified partners.

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