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Saturday, 2019/10/26 | 05:28:43

Common bunt of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) caused by Tilletia tritici and T. laevis is an economically important disease because of losses in grain yield and reduced grain quality. Resistance can be quantitative, under the control of multiple small effect genes. The Canada Western Red Spring wheat variety Lillian is moderately resistant to common bunt races found on the Canadian prairies. This study was conducted to identify and map quantitative trait loci (QTL) conferring resistance against common bunt in Lillian.

Friday, 2019/10/25 | 08:25:57

Grain weight, one of the three most important components of crop yield, is largely determined by grain morphological traits. Dissecting the genetic bases of grain morphology could facilitate the improvement of grain weight and yield production. In this study, four wheat recombinant inbred line populations constructed by crossing the modern variety Yanzhan

Thursday, 2019/10/24 | 08:42:28

Fifteen transcription factors in the CAMTA (calmodulin binding transcription activator) family of soybean were reported to differentially regulate in multiple stresses; however, their functional analyses had not yet been attempted. To characterize their role in stresses, we first comprehensively analyzed the GmCAMTA family in silico and thereafter determined their expression pattern under drought.

Wednesday, 2019/10/23 | 08:31:08

For a specified test set, we develop a highly efficient algorithm to determine an optimal subset from a large candidate set in which the individuals have been genotyped but not phenotyped yet. The chosen subset serves as a training set to be phenotyped, and then a genomic selection (GS) model is built based on its phenotype and genotype data. In this study, we consider the additive effects whole-genome regression model and adopt ridge regression estimation for marker effects in the GS model.

Tuesday, 2019/10/22 | 08:30:31

In this study, we identified a prohibitin complex 2α subunit, NAL8, that contributes to multiple developmental process and is required for normal leaf width and spikelet number at the reproductive stage in rice. These results were consistent with the ubiquitous expression pattern of NAL8 gene. We used genetic complementation, CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing system,

Monday, 2019/10/21 | 08:34:11

HHB 226 is a popular pearl millet hybrid of northern India and terminal drought stress is a major factor limiting its yield potential. Genetic improvement is one of the most effective strategies to develop improved versions of farmer-preferred varieties of crop plants. The present study was undertaken to improve terminal drought tolerance in pearl millet hybrid HHB 226 by introgressing, drought tolerance QTLs from 863 B to the male parent HBL 11 of the hybrid.

Sunday, 2019/10/20 | 05:10:00

In the present study, a total of 265 MsMYB proteins were obtained, including 50 R1-MYB, 186 R2R3-MYB, 26 R1R2R3-MYB, and three atypical-MYB proteins. These predicted MsMYB proteins were divided into 12 subgroups by phylogenetic analysis, and gene ontology (GO) analysis indicated that most of the MsMYB genes are involved in various biological processes.

Saturday, 2019/10/19 | 06:32:12

Effector-triggered immunity (ETI) is an effective layer of plant defense initiated upon recognition of avirulence (Avr) effectors from pathogens by cognate plant disease resistance (R) proteins. In rice, a large number of R genes have been characterized from various cultivars and have greatly contributed to breeding programs to improve resistance against the rice blast pathogen Magnaporthe oryzae

Friday, 2019/10/18 | 07:21:46

Escherichia coli O157:H7 is an important foodborne pathogen and has been implicated in numerous food poisoning outbreaks worldwide. Although several microbiological and molecular methods have been developed to detect E. coli O157:H7, the difficulty to rapidly detect low levels of the foodborne bacteria persists. Here, the optimization of a filtration technique to concentrate and rapidly detect E. coli O157:H7 was conducted.

Thursday, 2019/10/17 | 07:44:18

Human milk fat substitute (HMFS) is a class of structured lipid that is widely used as an ingredient in infant formulas. Like human milk fat, HMFS is characterized by enrichment of palmitoyl (C16:0) groups specifically at the middle (sn-2 or β) position on the glycerol backbone, and there is evidence that triacylglycerol (TAG) with this unusual stereoisomeric structure provides nutritional benefits.

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