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Wednesday, 2014/09/24 | 07:29:05

Remodeling of actin cytoskeleton is thought to contribute to the establishment of effective barriers at the periphery of plant cells against fungal ingress. However, there is little information on the molecular mechanisms that regulate actin remodeling during interactions with invading pathogens.

Tuesday, 2014/09/23 | 07:52:31

Individual kernel weight is an important trait for maize yield determination. We have identified genomic regions controlling this trait by using the B73xMo17 population; however, the effect of genetic background on control of this complex trait and its physiological components is not yet known. The objective of this study was to understand how genetic background affected our previous results.

Monday, 2014/09/22 | 05:21:46

Molecular typing of pathogen populations is an important tool for the development of effective strategies for disease control. Diverse molecular markers have been used to characterize populations of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. manihotis (Xam), the main bacterial pathogen of cassava. Recently, diversity and population dynamics of Xam in the Colombian Caribbean coast were estimated using AFLPs, where populations were found to be dynamic, diverse and with haplotypes unstable across time.

Saturday, 2014/09/20 | 05:38:19

The efficiency of marker-assisted prediction of phenotypes has been studied intensively for different types of plant breeding populations. However, one remaining question is how to incorporate and counterbalance information from biparental and multiparental populations into model training for genome-wide prediction.

Friday, 2014/09/19 | 10:00:12

Eukaryotic nuclear genomes store epigenetic information independent of DNA sequence, for example, in the form of 5-methylcytosine (5mC). In organisms as diverse as mammals and flowering plants, removal of 5mC profoundly impacts transcription and reproductive development.

Thursday, 2014/09/18 | 07:45:57

Rice blast is one of the most damaging diseases of rice worldwide. In the present study, we analyzed DNA sequence variation of avirulence (AVR) genes of AVR-Pita1 in field isolates of Magnaporthe oryzae in order to understand the effectiveness of the resistance gene Pi-ta in China. Genomic DNA of 366 isolates of M. oryzae collected from Yunnan province of China were used for polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification to examine the existence of AVR-Pita1 using gene-specific PCR markers.

Wednesday, 2014/09/17 | 08:04:15

Rice is the primary food source for more than half of the world's population, and since rice cultivation is dependent on water availability, drought during flowering severely affects grain yield. Here, we show that the function of a drought inducible receptor-like cytoplasmic kinase (RLCK), named GROWTH UNDER DROUGHT KINASE (GUDK), is required for grain yield under drought and well-watered conditions

Tuesday, 2014/09/16 | 08:03:40

The dominant rice blast resistance gene Pi54 cloned by map-based cloning approach from indica rice cultivar Tetep confers broad spectrum resistance to Magnaporthe oryzae. In this investigation, an orthologue of Pi54 designated as Pi54of was cloned from Oryza officinalis conferring high degree of resistance to M. oryzae and is functionally validated

Monday, 2014/09/15 | 07:49:42

Blast disease caused by the pathogen Pyricularia oryzae is a serious threat to rice production. Six generations viz., P1, P2, F1, F2, B1 and B2 of a cross between blast susceptible high-yielding rice cultivar ADT 43 and resistant near isogenic line (NIL) CT13432-3R, carrying four blast resistance genes Pi1, Pi2, Pi33 and Pi54 in combination were used to study the nature and magnitude of gene action for disease resistance and yield attributes.

Saturday, 2014/09/13 | 05:19:20

Concerns regarding the safety of transgenic foods have been raised because of possibility of undesirable effects development during genetic engineering. Analysis of phenotypic traits can increase the likelihoods of identifying those unintended effects in dietary composition of the GM crops. Objective of this study was to compare the transgenic lines with their non-transgenic counterpart.

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