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Wednesday, 2021/09/15 | 09:48:22

Minimally evolved codes are constructed here; these have randomly chosen standard genetic code (SGC) triplets, completed with completely random triplet assignments. Such “genetic codes” have not evolved, but retain SGC qualities. Retained qualities are basic, part of the underpinning of coding. For example, the sensitivity of coding to arbitrary assignments, which must be < ∼10%, is intrinsic. Such sensitivity comes from the elementary combinatorial properties of coding and constrains any SGC evolution hypothesis

Tuesday, 2021/09/14 | 07:10:47

The production of a new allohexaploid Brassica crop (2n = AABBCC) is increasingly attracting international interest: a new allohexaploid crop could benefit from several major advantages over the existing Brassica diploid and allotetraploid species, combining genetic diversity and traits from all six crop species with additional allelic heterosis from the extra genome. Although early attempts to produce allohexaploids showed mixed results

Monday, 2021/09/13 | 07:09:57

Pepper yellow leaf curl disease caused by begomoviruses seriously affects pepper (Capsicum spp.) production in a number of regions around the world. Ty genes of tomato, which confer resistance to the tomato yellow leaf curl virus, are the only begomovirus resistance genes cloned to date. In this study, we focused on the identification of begomovirus resistance genes in Capsicum annuum.

Sunday, 2021/09/12 | 06:05:58

The functions of ubiquitin-conjugating enzymes (E2) in plant immunity are not well understood. In this study, OsUBC26, a rice ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme, was characterized in the defence against Magnaporthe oryzae. The expression of OsUBC26 was induced by M. oryzae inoculation and methyl jasmonate treatment. Both RNA interference lines and CRISPR/Cas9 null mutants of OsUBC26 reduced rice resistance to M. oryzae.

Saturday, 2021/09/11 | 06:11:01

The transition from phenotypic to genome-based selection requires a profound understanding of factors that determine genomic prediction accuracy. We analysed experimental data from a commercial maize breeding programme to investigate if genomic measures can assist in identifying optimal calibration sets for model training. The data set consisted of six contiguous selection cycles comprising testcrosses of 5968 doubled haploid lines genotyped with a minimum of 12,000 SNP markers.

Friday, 2021/09/10 | 08:25:47

Flowering time is a key trait for cereal adaptation that is controlled by a complex genetic background in maize. The effect of multiple alleles from a quantitative trait locus (QTL) on flowering time remains largely unknown. Here, we fine-mapped a major QTL for flowering time on maize chromosome 10 corresponding to ZmCCT, where a new allele with a 4.2-kilobase (kb) transposable insertion was present in the intron.

Thursday, 2021/09/09 | 06:54:44

Fruit orientation is an important horticultural and domesticated trait, which is controlled by a single semi-dominant gene (up) in pepper. However, the gene underlying up locus has not yet been identified. In this study, the previously detected major QTL UP12.1 was firstly verified using a backcross population (n = 225) stem from the cross of BB3 (C. annuum) and its wild relative Chiltepin (C. annuum var. glabriusculum) using BB3 as the recurrent parent.

Wednesday, 2021/09/08 | 08:43:35

Soil salinity is one of the most significant abiotic stresses hampering plant growth and development, which ultimately translates to reduced crop yield. Soil salinization is exacerbated by excessive use of chemical fertilizers and soil amendments, improper drainage, and seawater ingress. It is estimated that over 6% of the world’s total land area is salt affected, of which over 12 million hectares are irrigated lands posing a serious threat to irrigated agriculture .

Tuesday, 2021/09/07 | 08:57:27

Nurhayati,  Ardie  SW,  Santoso  TJ,Sudarsono.  2021. CRISPR/Cas9-mediated  genome  editing  in  rice  cv. IPB3Sresults  in a semi-dwarf  phenotypic  mutant.Biodiversitas  22:3792-3800.IPB3Sis Indonesian  lowland  rice and  high-yielding cultivar.  However, plant height posture makes itprone tolodging whichcould reduce the yield. This study aimed to edit the GA20Ox2gene by introducing CRISPR/Cas9 GA20Ox2construct  into IPB3Sand  developing  the  semidwarf  rice  mutants.

Monday, 2021/09/06 | 12:31:11

Zinc (Zn) is an essential mineral element in many organisms. Zn deficiency in humans causes various health problems; therefore, an adequate dietary Zn intake is required daily. Rice, Oryza sativa, is one of the main crops cultivated in Asian countries, and one of the breeding scopes of rice is to increase the grain Zn levels. Previously, we found that an Australian wild rice strain, O. meridionalis W1627, exhibits higher grain Zn levels than cultivated rice, O. sativa Nipponbare, and identified responsible genomic loci.

 

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