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Sunday, 2019/09/08 | 04:12:39

The selection of superior cassava clones (Manihot esculenta Crantz) is generally carried out based on phenotypic or genotypic estimates of certain traits. This study aimed to estimate genetic parameters and correlations between morphological, agronomic and root quality traits of cassava plants, as well as to study cause and effect relationships through path analysis. A total of 814 genotypes were evaluated from 2011 to 2015.

Saturday, 2019/09/07 | 06:16:58

Efficient elimination of the editing machinery remains a challenge in plant biotechnology after genome editing to minimize the probability of off-target mutations, but it is also important to deliver end users with edited plants free of foreign DNA. Using the modular cloning system Golden Braid we have included a fluorescence-dependent transgene monitoring module to the genome editing tool box. We have tested this approach in Solanum lycopersicum, Oryza sativa and Arabidopsis thaliana.

Friday, 2019/09/06 | 08:33:34

CRISPR-Cas systems can be expressed in multiple ways, with different capabilities regarding tissue-specific expression, efficiency, and expression levels. Thus far, three expression strategies have been demonstrated in plants: mixed dual promoter systems, dual Pol II promoter systems, and single transcript unit (STU) systems. We explored a fourth strategy to express CRISPR-Cas9 in the model and crop plant, rice, where a bidirectional promoter (BiP) is used to express Cas9 and single guide RNA (sgRNA) in opposite directions

Thursday, 2019/09/05 | 08:17:39

We have used gas chromatography-mass spectrometry-based metabolomics to elucidate the metabolic responses of flag leaves, flowering spikelets, and developing seeds from 3 rice cultivars differing in their drought and heat tolerance to rewatering after stress in the field. Within 60 hours after rewatering, many stress-responsive metabolites returned to their control levels, although recovery was not complete.

Wednesday, 2019/09/04 | 07:18:03

Cytoplasmic male sterility is a general phenomenon in almost 200 species, and the interaction between chimeric genes in mitochondria and restorer genes in nucleus may be responsible for restoration of male fertility. Orf288 has been identified as a CMS-associated gene in the hauCMS line of Brassica napus and Brassica juncea; however, the restorer lines/genes have not been found yet.

Tuesday, 2019/09/03 | 07:43:53

Hybrid varieties give increased yield and improved grain quality in both cross- and self-pollinated crops. However, hybrid varieties in self-pollinated crops (particularly cereals) have not been very successful, except for hybrid rice in China. In case of hybrid wheat, despite the earlier failures, renewed efforts in recent years have been made and hybrid varieties with desirable attributes have been produced and marketed in some European countries. This review builds upon previous reviews, with a new outlook and improved knowledge base, not covered in earlier reviews.

Monday, 2019/09/02 | 06:22:29

Insight into high-resolution three-dimensional genome organization and its effect on transcription remains largely elusive in plants. Here, using a long-read ChIA-PET approach, we map H3K4me3- and RNA polymerase II (RNAPII)-associated promoter–promoter interactions and H3K9me2-marked heterochromatin interactions at nucleotide/gene resolution in rice. The chromatin architecture is separated into different independent spatial interacting modules with distinct transcriptional potential and covers approximately 82% of the genome.

Sunday, 2019/09/01 | 06:39:41

Environmental conditions strongly influence pathogen–host plant interactions. Rice blast erupts in overcast and rainy conditions, due not only to favorable environmental conditions but also to insufficient light, which reduces host resistance. Due to the importance of breeding of blast-resistant rice varieties, elucidation of light-regulated rice immunity is an important research goal. We revealed that light induces protein phosphorylation of a harvesting complex II protein, LHCB5, upon infection by the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae. Resistance governed by LHCB5 phosphorylation cosegregates with the progenies harboring the desirable haplotype promoter. This establishes the genetic basis of LHCB5-regulated resistance mediated by phosphorylation.

Saturday, 2019/08/31 | 08:27:04

Archaeological evidence indicates that pig domestication had begun by ∼10,500 y before the present (BP) in the Near East, and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) suggests that pigs arrived in Europe alongside farmers ∼8,500 y BP. A few thousand years after the introduction of Near Eastern pigs into Europe, however, their characteristic mtDNA signature disappeared and was replaced by haplotypes associated with European wild boars. This turnover could be accounted for by substantial gene flow from local European wild boars, although it is also possible that European wild boars were domesticated independently without any genetic contribution from the Near East.

Friday, 2019/08/30 | 07:57:19

Modern North American soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.) cultivars have been derived from only a few ancestors. The objectives of this research were to develop breeding lines with novel genetic diversity that were equivalent to the yield of a commercial cultivar parent and within those lines identify regions of novel genetic diversity that were not present in the Corteva Agriscience elite soybean germplasm pool.

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