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Saturday, 2020/01/04 | 04:51:59

OsHKT1;1 in rice, belongs to the high-affinity K+ Transporter family, has been found to be involved in salt tolerance. OsHKT1;1 in japonica rice (Nipponbare) produces mRNA variants, but their functions remain elusive. In salt tolerant rice, Pokkali, eight OsHKT1;1 variants (V1-V8) were identified in addition to the full-length OsHKT1;1 (FL) cDNA. Absolute quantification by qPCR revealed that accumulation of OsHKT1;1-FL mRNA is minor in contrast to that of OsHKT1;1-V1-V2-V4, and -V7 mRNAs, all of which are predominant in shoots, while only V1 and V7 mRNAs are predominant in roots.

Friday, 2020/01/03 | 07:50:53

Magnaporthe grisea is the causal agent of rice blast disease, which is the most serious disease of cultivated rice. Aromatic polyketides are its typical metabolites and are involved in the infection process. In the search for novel lead compounds, chemical investigation of the fungus M. grisea M639 has led to the isolation of four new aromatic polyketides

Thursday, 2020/01/02 | 08:21:28

Identification of Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) has been a challenge for complex traits due to the use of populations with narrow genetic base. Most of QTL mapping studies were carried out from crosses made within the subspecies, either indica × indica or japonica × japonica. In this study we report advantages of using Multi-parent Advanced Generation Inter-Crosses global population, derived from a combination of eight indica and eight japonica elite parents, in QTL discovery for yield and grain quality traits.

Wednesday, 2020/01/01 | 07:02:24

Glycolytic glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) is an abundant enzyme whose activity depends on a reactive catalytic cysteine. Here, we determined the effect of 2 cysteine-based redox modifications, namely oxidation and S-glutathionylation, on the functionality and structural stability of GAPDH of Arabidopsis thaliana. Hydrogen peroxide causes the irreversible oxidation of the catalytic cysteine without altering the GAPDH structure.

Tuesday, 2019/12/31 | 08:09:35

Phytochrome B (phyB) is the predominant red light photoreceptor that transduces red light signals to downstream signaling. On red light exposure, photoactivated phyB interacts with a transcription factor termed PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTOR 3 (PIF3), a repressor of red light signaling, triggering its rapid phosphorylation and subsequent degradation. Thus, phyB-PIF3 defines a critical regulatory hub for red light-mediated seedling development.

Monday, 2019/12/30 | 08:37:16

Soybean plants are sensitive to the effects of abiotic stress and belong to the group of crops that are less drought and salt tolerant. The identification of genes involved in mechanisms targeted to cope with water shortage is an essential and indispensable task for improving the drought and salt tolerance of soybean. One of the approaches for obtaining lines with increased tolerance is genetic modification.

Sunday, 2019/12/29 | 05:27:53

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are small non-coding RNAs that regulate gene expression at the post-transcriptional level in eukaryotes. In rice, MIR7695 expression is regulated by infection with the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae with subsequent down-regulation of an alternatively spliced transcript of natural resistance-associated macrophage protein 6 (OsNramp6). NRAMP6 functions as an iron transporter in rice.

Saturday, 2019/12/28 | 05:18:36

In order to determine whether the current low productivity associated with rainfed cultivation on degraded soils in Ghana can be improved by biochar amendment and irrigation, field experiments with maize were conducted over two seasons in 2017 and 2018. Rice straw biochar at rates of 0 t/ha (B0), 15 t/ha (B15) and 30 t/ha (B30) was combined with irrigation regimes of full irrigation (I100), deficit irrigation (I60) and no irrigation (I0). The I100 treatment was irrigated to field capacity every 3–4 days according to time domain reflectometry measurements while the I60 treatment received 60% of the irrigation amount given to I100 but with the same irrigation frequency.

Friday, 2019/12/27 | 08:27:45

The response of forests to climate change depends in part on whether the photosynthetic benefit from increased atmospheric CO2 (∆Ca = future minus historic CO2) compensates for increased physiological stresses from higher temperature (∆T). We predicted the outcome of these competing responses by using optimization theory and a mechanistic model of tree water transport and photosynthesis.

Thursday, 2019/12/26 | 08:19:56

Phosphorus (P) is an essential plant macronutrient vital to fundamental metabolic processes. Plant-available P is low in most soils, making it a frequent limiter of growth. Declining P reserves for fertilizer production exacerbates this agricultural challenge. Plants modulate complex responses to fluctuating P levels via global transcriptional regulatory networks.

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