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Wednesday, 2014/06/11 | 07:59:03

In this study we examined the effects of two quantitative trait loci (QTL) for southern leaf blight (SLB) resistance on several agronomic traits including disease resistance and yield. B73–3B and B73–6A are two near-isogenic lines (NILs) in the background of the maize (Zea mays L.)

Tuesday, 2014/06/10 | 10:23:43

A large number of antimicrobial peptides(AMPs) from different organisms have been characterized to date. AMPs are small molecular weight proteins with broad spectrum antimicrobial activity against bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Several diseases in plants could result in serious losses and decreasing quality and safety of agricultural products. Being an agent for plant defense,

Monday, 2014/06/09 | 13:08:46

We have developed allele‑specific markers for molecular breeding to transfer the PSTOL1 gene from Kasalath to African mega‑varieties, including NERICAs, to improve their tolerance to P‑deficient soil.

Sunday, 2014/06/08 | 10:31:14

The diversity of glutelin acidic polypeptides in rice cultivars collected from Northern Vietnam was characterized via sodium dodecyl sulphate–polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) and isoelectric focusing (IEF) electrophoresis. Glutelin acidic subunits were separated into four bands by molecular mass, as α-1 (39 kDa), α-2 (38 kDa), α-3 (37.5 or 37 kDa) and α-4 (34 or 33 kDa).

Saturday, 2014/06/07 | 11:53:05

Host-plant resistance is the most practical and economical approach to control the rice planthoppers. However, up to date, few rice germplasm accessions that are resistant to the all three kinds of planthoppers (1) brown planthopper (BPH; Nilaparvata lugens Stål), (2) the small brown planthopper (SBPH; Laodelphax striatellus Fallen), and (3) the whitebacked planthopper (WBPH, Sogatella furcifera Horvath) have been identified; consequently, the genetic basis for host-plant broad spectrum resistance to rice planthoppers in a single variety has been seldom studied.

Friday, 2014/06/06 | 07:46:16

Heat-tolerant varieties, such as N22 and Dular, which were used in this study, usually have low yield potential and undesirable plant characteristics but combining them with high yielding and improved rice varieties, new heat-tolerant rice genotypes with high yield potential can be achieved. In this study,

Thursday, 2014/06/05 | 08:03:55

The regeneration of entire plants from explants is an important step in plant production and plant transformation protocols. Despite recent advances in the knowledge on the molecular basis of regeneration, many aspects of the process and the causes of regeneration recalcitrance are still poorly understood.

Wednesday, 2014/06/04 | 07:48:11

Plants take up iron from the soil by using a broad spectrum transporter named IRON-REGULATED TRANSPORTER 1 (IRT1). IRT1 mediates influx of potentially toxic elements such as manganese, zinc, cobalt, and cadmium. We uncovered that the localization at the cell surface of IRT1 is directly controlled by its secondary toxic substrates.

Sunday, 2014/06/01 | 10:56:05

Photoperiod-thermo-sensitive genic male sterility (P/TGMS) has been widely used in the two-line hybrid rice breeding system. HengnongS-1 is one of the oldest TGMS lines and is often used in indica two-line breeding programs in China. In this study, our genetic analysis showed that the TGMS gene in HengnongS-1 was controlled by a single recessive gene that was non-allelic with the other TGMS loci identified, including C815S, Zhu1S and Y58S.

Friday, 2014/05/30 | 08:00:43

Gibberellin (GA)-dependent degradation of DELLA protein, a key negative regulator, is essential for GA action. However, it is unclear how DELLA regulates downstream gene expression. Although possessing strong transactivation activity, DELLA lacks a DNA-binding domain.

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