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Wednesday, 2019/10/16 | 08:20:41

Annual wild soybean characterized with small 100-seed weight (100SW), high protein content (PRC), low oil content (OIC) may contain favourable alleles for broadening the genetic base of cultivated soybeans. To evaluate these alleles, a population composed of 195 chromosome segment substitution lines (SojaCSSLP4), with wild N24852 as donor and cultivated NN1138-2 as recurrent parent, was tested. In SojaCSSLP4, 10, 9 and 8 wild segments/QTL were detected for 100SW, PRC and OIC, respectively.

Tuesday, 2019/10/15 | 08:29:47

Plant height (PH) is one of the most important agronomic traits of rice, as it directly affects the yield potential and lodging resistance. Here, semi-dwarf mutant lines were developed through CRISPR/Cas9-based editing of OsGA20ox2 in an indica rice cultivar. Total 24 independent lines were obtained in T0 generation with the mean mutation rate of 73.5% including biallelic (29.16%), homozygous (47.91%) and heterozygous (16.66%) mutations

Monday, 2019/10/14 | 09:19:09

Phospholipids and phytic acid are important phosphorus (P)-containing compounds in rice grains. Phytic acid is considered as a major antinutrient, because the negatively charged phytic acid chelates cations, including essential micronutrients, and decreases their bioavailability to human beings and monogastric animals. To gain an insight into the interplay of these two kinds of phosphorus-containing metabolites

Sunday, 2019/10/13 | 04:31:05

Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) is an important component of the human diet and animal feed, but the soybean production is limited by abiotic stresses especially salinity.  We recently found that rhizobia inoculation enhances soybean tolerance to salt stress, but the underlying mechanisms are unaddressed.  Here, we used quantitative phosphoproteomic and metabonomic approaches to identify changes in phosphoproteins and metabolites in soybean roots treated with rhizobia inoculation and salt.

Saturday, 2019/10/12 | 06:32:28

We used an imaging-based chlorophyll fluorometer to monitor eight rice varieties that showed different salt tolerance levels for four consecutive days under control and salt conditions. An analysis of the changes in chlorophyll fluorescence parameters clearly showed the maximum quantum efficiency of PSII in sensitive varieties was significantly reduced after NaCl treatment when compared to tolerant varieties

Friday, 2019/10/11 | 08:08:39

Acireductone dioxygenase (ARD) is a metal-binding metalloenzyme and involved in the methionine salvage pathway. In rice, OsARD1 binds Fe2+ and catalyzes the formation of 2-keto-4-methylthiobutyrate (KMTB) to produce methionine, which is an initial substrate in ethylene synthesis pathway. Here, we report that overexpression of OsARD1 elevates the endogenous ethylene release rate, enhances the tolerance to submergence stress, and reduces the sensitivity to drought, salt, and osmotic stresses in rice.

Thursday, 2019/10/10 | 08:18:54

Rind color is an important agronomic trait in watermelon [Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum. and Nakai], but the underlying molecular mechanism for this trait is not fully known. In the present study, we identified a single locus on chromosome 8 accounting for watermelon rind color (dark green vs. light green). Genetic analysis of F1, F2, and BC1 populations derived from two parental lines (9904 with dark green rind and Handel with light green rind) revealed that the watermelon rind color (dark green vs. light green)

Wednesday, 2019/10/09 | 08:56:42

Maize sugary enhancer1 (se1) is a genetic modifier of su1 expression and is a commercially important allele that modifies kernel carbohydrate metabolism and improves fresh market quality. Carbohydrates, and primarily starch, are a major globally important product of cereal grains, but mechanisms affecting grain composition and genetic networks are not fully understood

Tuesday, 2019/10/08 | 08:20:01

Alteration in the leaf mesophyll anatomy by genetic modification is potentially a promising tool for improving the physiological functions of trees by improving leaf photosynthesis. Homeodomain leucine zipper (HD-Zip) transcription factors are candidates for anatomical alterations of leaves through modification of cell multiplication, differentiation, and expansion. Full-length cDNA encoding a Eucalyptus camaldulensis HD-Zip class II transcription factor (EcHB1)

Monday, 2019/10/07 | 08:47:23

In field conditions, crops are adversely affected by a wide range of abiotic stresses including drought, cold, salt, and heat, as well as biotic stresses including pests and pathogens. These stresses can have a marked effect on crop yield. The present and future effects of climate change necessitate the improvement of crop stress tolerance. Plants have evolved sophisticated stress response strategies, and genes that encode transcription factors (TFs)

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