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Wednesday, 2024/07/10 | 08:21:31

Rice is an important cereal crop worldwide, the growth of which is affected by rice blast disease, caused by the fungal pathogen Magnaporthe oryzae. As climate change increases the diversity of pathogens, the disease resistance genes (R genes) in plants must be identified. The major blast-resistance genes have been identified in indica rice varieties; therefore, japonica rice varieties with R genes now need to be identified.

Tuesday, 2024/07/09 | 08:40:57

Circular RNAs (circRNAs), a class of non-coding RNA molecules, are recognized for their unique functions; however, their responses to herbicide stress in Brassica napus remain unclear. In this study, the role of circRNAs in response to herbicide treatment was investigated in two rapeseed cultivars: MH33, which confers non-target-site resistance (NTSR), and EM28, which exhibits target-site resistance (TSR).

Monday, 2024/07/08 | 08:30:32

In 1967, in this journal, Evelyn Witkin proposed the existence of a coordinated DNA damage response in Escherichia coli, which later came to be called the “SOS response.” We revisited this response using the replication inhibitor azidothymidine (AZT) and RNA-Seq analysis and identified several features. We confirm the induction of classic Save our ship (SOS) loci and identify several genes, including many of the pyrimidine pathway, that have not been previously demonstrated to be DNA damage-inducible.

Sunday, 2024/07/07 | 06:43:56

Vietnam is currently one of the largest producers and exporters of cashew nuts in the world. Cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) is one of the main industrial crops cultivated in Dak Lak Province of Vietnam. Comprehending the endophytic bacteria of this plant, a new biofertilizer for sustainable cashew nut production can be progressed. In this report, the cashew root sample was collected from cashew fields in 2021 in Dak Lak.

Saturday, 2024/07/06 | 08:39:30

Despite the economic importance of Piper nigrum (black pepper), a highly valued crop worldwide, development and utilization of genomic resources have remained limited, with diversity assessments often relying on only a few samples or DNA markers. Here we employed restriction-site associated DNA sequencing to analyze 175 P. nigrum accessions from eight main black pepper growing regions in Sri Lanka. The sequencing effort resulted in 1,976 million raw reads, averaging 11.3 million reads per accession, revealing 150,356 high-quality single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) distributed across 26 chromosomes.

Friday, 2024/07/05 | 06:46:55

Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) is a globally staple oilseed crop, extensively cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions. Due to its substantial oil (approximately 46%–58%) and protein (around 22%–32%) content, the peanut plays a pivotal role in addressing malnutrition and ensuring food security in many regions. The fatty acid profiles of vegetable oil and foods have recently garnered increased attention due to the potential impact on human health.

Thursday, 2024/07/04 | 08:18:20

The effects of climate change in the form of drought, heat stress, and irregular seasonal changes threaten global crop production. The ability of multi-omics data, such as transcripts and proteins, to reflect a plant’s response to such climatic factors can be capitalized in prediction models to maximize crop improvement. Implementing multi-omics characterization in field evaluations is challenging due to high costs.

Wednesday, 2024/07/03 | 08:18:05

Barley yellow dwarf (BYD) is one of the economically most important virus diseases of cereals worldwide, causing yield losses up to 80%. The means to control BYD are limited, and the use of genetically resistant cultivars is the most economical and environmentally friendly approach. The objectives of this study were i) to identify the causative gene for BYD virus (BYDV)-PAV resistance in maize, ii) to identify single nucleotide polymorphisms and/or structural variations in the gene sequences,

Tuesday, 2024/07/02 | 08:29:25

The concave shape of the fruit tip in pepper plants is highly susceptible to drought and low temperature stresses, resulting in the appearance of a pointed tip fruit, which affects its commercial value. However, few studies on the process of fruit tip development and regulatory genes in pepper have been reported. Herein, the developmental process of the ovary before anthesis, especially changes in the shape of the ovary tip, was studied in detail.

Monday, 2024/07/01 | 08:37:00

Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae biovar 3 (Psa3) causes a devastating canker disease in yellow-fleshed kiwifruit (Actinidia chinensis). The effector HopZ5, which is present in all isolates of Psa3 causing global outbreaks of pandemic kiwifruit canker disease, triggers immunity in Nicotiana benthamiana and is not recognised in susceptible A. chinensis cultivars. In a search for N. benthamiana nonhost resistance genes against HopZ5

 

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