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Tuesday, 2019/11/05 | 08:08:11

Tropospheric ozone (O3) is considered a major air pollutant having negative effects on plant growth and productivity. Background concentrations are expected to rise in several regions of the world in the next 50 years, affecting plant responses to diseases, thus requiring new management strategies for food production. The effects of elevated O3 on the severity of a bacterial disease, and the effectiveness of a chemical defence inducer, were examined in two cultivars of tomato

Monday, 2019/11/04 | 08:07:57

The Highly ABA-Induced 1 (HAI1) protein phosphatase is a central component of drought-related signaling. A screen for HAI1-interacting proteins identified HAI1-Interactor 1 (HIN1), a nuclear protein of unknown function which could be dephosphorylated by HAI1 in vitro. HIN1 colocalization and interaction with serine-arginine rich (SR) splicing factors and appearance of nuclear speckle-localized HIN1 during low water potential (ψw) stress suggested a pre-mRNA splicing-related function.

Sunday, 2019/11/03 | 07:04:28

Cassava is an important food crop in tropical and sub-tropical regions worldwide. In Africa, cassava production is widely affected by cassava mosaic disease (CMD), which is caused by the African cassava mosaic geminivirus that is transmitted by whiteflies. Cassava breeders often use a single locus, CMD2, for introducing CMD resistance into susceptible cultivars. The CMD2 locus has been genetically mapped to a 10-Mbp region, but its organization and genes as well as their functions are unknown.

Saturday, 2019/11/02 | 09:21:34

Enhanced ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation affected the growth of rice and Magnaporthe oryzae, and changed the interactions between them. Increased UV-B radiation (5.0 kJ m-2 d-1) on rice leaves in a Yuanyang terrace was conducted before, during, and after infection of the leaves with Magnaporthe oryzae. The relationship between rice blast and UV-B radiation on the disease resistance of rice and the pathogenicity of M. oryzae was studied

Friday, 2019/11/01 | 08:11:00

The rice spotted leaf gene, OsSPL7, induces lesion mimic (LM) spots under heat stress. Herein, we provide several lines of evidence elucidating the importance of OsSPL7 in maintaining reactive oxygen species (ROS) balance via the regulation of downstream gene expression. osspl7 knockout (spl7ko) mutants showed LM and growth retardation. Transgenic rice lines strongly overexpressing OsSPL7 (SPL7OX-S)

Thursday, 2019/10/31 | 08:16:42

Soybean seed composition affects the utility of soybean, and improving seed composition is an essential breeding goal. Fast neutron radiation introduces genomic mutations resulting in novel variation for traits of interest. Two elite soybean lines were irradiated with fast neutrons and screened for altered seed composition. Twenty-three lines with altered protein, oil, or sucrose content were selected based on near-infrared spectroscopy data from five environments and yield tested at five locations.

Wednesday, 2019/10/30 | 09:26:12

Replacing artificial dyes with natural colorants is becoming increasingly popular in foods and beverages. However, natural colorants are often expensive, have lower stability, and reduced variability in hue. Purple corn is rich in anthocyanins and offers a scalable and affordable alternative to synthetic dyes ranging in color from orange to reddish-purple. This diversity is attributable to differences in anthocyanin composition and concentration.

Tuesday, 2019/10/29 | 08:34:42

Quantitative reverse transcription-PCR analysis demonstrated that cry8-like was expressed most highly in soybean leaves. In addition, Southern blot assays revealed that one copy of the integrated fragment was present in the transformed plants. Eight independent cry8-like transgenic lines were subsequently fed on by H. parallela. Under H. parallela feeding stress, the survival rates of the non-transgenic plants were 92% lower than those of the transgenic plants.

Monday, 2019/10/28 | 08:07:38

During the Green Revolution in the 1960s, breeding dwarf cultivars turned out to be a landmark, leading to a significant increase in the global production of wheat and rice. The most direct and effective strategy for breeding dwarf crops, among others, would be to control endogenous gibberellin (GA) levels of the crops. GA 2-oxidases are a group of 2-oxoglutarate-dependent dioxygenases that catalyze the deactivation of bioactive GAs.

Sunday, 2019/10/27 | 05:29:29

Seed size is an important trait for yield and commercial value in dry-grain cowpea. Seed size varies widely among different cowpea accessions, and the genetic basis of such variation is not yet well understood. To better decipher the genetic basis of seed size, a genome-wide association study (GWAS) and meta-analysis were conducted on a panel of 368 cowpea diverse accessions from 51 countries.

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