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Thursday, 2019/08/29 | 08:43:09

Purple carrots can accumulate large quantities of anthocyanins in their root tissues, as well as in other plant parts. This work investigated the genetic control underlying tissue-specific anthocyanin pigmentation in the carrot root phloem and xylem, and in leaf petioles. Inheritance of anthocyanin pigmentation in these three tissues was first studied in segregating F2 and F4 populations, followed by QTL mapping of phloem and xylem anthocyanin pigments (independently) onto two genotyping by sequencing-based linkage maps, to reveal two regions in chromosome 3, namely P1 and P3, controlling pigmentation in these three tissues.

Wednesday, 2019/08/28 | 08:00:51

A better understanding of the genes controlling differences in wheat grain yield components can accelerate the improvements required to satisfy future food demands. In this study, we identified a promising candidate gene underlying a quantitative trait locus (QTL) on wheat chromosome arm 7AL regulating spikelet number per spike (SNS). We used large heterogeneous inbred families ( > 10,000 plants) from two crosses to map the 7AL QTL to an 87-kb region (674,019,191–674,106,327 bp, RefSeq v1.0) containing two complete and two partial genes.

Tuesday, 2019/08/27 | 08:20:16

Soybean cyst nematode (SCN), Heterodera glycines, is one of the most destructive pests limiting soybean production worldwide, with estimated losses of $1 billion dollars annually in the USA alone. RNA interference (RNAi) has become a powerful tool for silencing gene expression. We report here that the expression of hairpin RNAi constructs, derived from two SCN genes related to reproduction and fitness, HgY25 and HgPrp17, enhances resistance to SCN in stably transformed soybean plants.

Tuesday, 2019/08/27 | 08:21:43

Selection of elite rice cultivars through backcross as well as based on quantitative genetics, and interaction of rice cultivars were evaluated by genetic index at the High Agricultural Technology Research Institute (HATRI) for Mekong Delta, Vietnam. A population was developed from a cross between OM10252 (high yielding variety and short duration from Cuu Long Delta Rice Research Institute (CLRRI) as female parent and Pokkali as male parent

Sunday, 2019/08/25 | 06:18:16

In this study, we conducted a genome-wide association study (GWAS) on RBSDV resistance using the rice diversity panel 1 (RDP1) cultivars that were genotyped by a 44,000 high-density single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers array. We found that less than 15% of these cultivars displayed resistance to RBSDV when tested under natural infection conditions at two locations with serious RBSDV occurrence. The aus, indica and tropical japonica sub-populations displayed higher RBSDV resistance than the aromatic and temperate japonica sub-populations. In particular, we identified four varieties that displayed stable levels of RBSDV resistance at all testing locations.

Saturday, 2019/08/24 | 06:57:56

In this study, correlation analysis in approximately 200 maize inbred lines revealed a significantly positive correlation between the expression of maize RCA gene ZmRCAβ and grain yield. A genome-wide association study revealed both cis-expression quantitative trait loci (cis-eQTLs) and trans-eQTLs underlying the expression of ZmRCAβ, with the latter playing a more important role

Friday, 2019/08/23 | 08:06:37

Drought stress can cause huge crop production losses. Drought resistance consists of complex traits, and is regulated by arrays of unclear networks at the molecular level. A stress-responsive NAC transcription factor gene SNAC1 has been reported for its function in the positive regulation of drought resistance in rice, and several downstream SNAC1 targets have been identified. However, a complete regulatory network mediated by SNAC1 in drought response remains unknown.

Thursday, 2019/08/22 | 09:19:44

OsNramp5 is a key gene involved in the control of the uptake of Cd, Mn, and other metal ions by rice root cells. The functional deficiency of this gene can significantly reduce the accumulation of Cd in rice grains, but the effects of its mutation on agronomic traits such as yield and quality have not been investigated comprehensively yet. In the present study, three Huanghuazhan-based OsNramp5 mutants[LCH1(Low Cadmium Huanghuazhan 1), LCH2(Low Cadmium Huanghuazhan 2), and LCH3(Low Cadmium Huanghuazhan 3) ]were obtained using CRISPR/Cas9(Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats/CRISPR-associated Proteins9) technology.

Wednesday, 2019/08/21 | 08:55:12

Grain yield is a highly polygenic trait determined by the number of grains per unit area, as well as by grain weight. In wheat, grain number and grain weight are usually negatively correlated. Yet, the genetic basis underlying trade-off between the two is mostly unknown. Here, we fine-mapped a grain weight QTL using wild emmer introgressions in a durum wheat background

Tuesday, 2019/08/20 | 10:00:40

Galactinol synthase (GolS) is a key biological catalyst for the synthesis of the raffinose oligosaccharides (RFOs) which play important roles in abiotic stress adaptation of plants, especially drought tolerance. GolS gene has been isolated on a variety of plants in order to create material resources for generating transgenic plants resistant to adverse environmental factors.

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