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A Chlorophyll-Deficient Rice Mutant with Impaired Chlorophyllide Esterification in Chlorophyll Biosynthesis1[W][OA]
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The results indicate that the expression of nuclear genes encoding various chloroplast proteins might be feedback regulated by the level of Chl or Chl precursors.
Construction of the third-generation Zea mays haplotype map
Abstract Background Characterization of genetic variations in maize has been challenging, mainly due to deterioration of collinearity between individual genomes in the species. An international
Genome-wide patterns of genetic variation in sweet and grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor)
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This is a first report of the identification of genome-wide patterns of genetic variation in sorghum, and high-density SNP and indel markers reported here will be a valuable resource for future gene-phenotype studies and the molecular breeding of this important crop and related species.
Detection of DNA changes in somaclonal mutants of rice using SSR markers and transposon display
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Results suggest that multiple molecular mechanisms are responsible for somaclonal variation detected in tissue culture of rice and some SSR markers in the rice genome may detect higher numbers of polymorphisms than others.
Diagnostic Potential of Polyclonal Antibodies Against Bacterially Expressed Recombinant Coat Protein of Alfalfa mosaic virus.
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Polyclonal antibodies against rCP were specific, sensitive, and detected all AMV isolates that originated from soybean fields from geographically different regions of the United States, suggesting that they are all closely related.
Analysis of codon usage patterns in Ginkgo biloba reveals codon usage tendency from A/U-ending to G/C-ending
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Variation of unigene with different functions suggested that unigenes involving in environment adaptation use G/C-ending codons more frequently with more usage bias, and these results were consistent with the conclusion that the formation of G. biloba codon usage bias was dominated by natural selection.
Genetic and molecular analysis of a purple sheath somaclonal mutant in japonica rice
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This study investigated the genetic and molecular basis of the purple sheath trait in a somaclonal mutant Z418, which was regenerated from a green sheath rice variety C418 through tissue culture and revealed that it was heritable and stable.
Construction of the third generation Zea mays haplotype map
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The authors identified polymorphisms in regions where collinearity is largely preserved in the maize species, however, the fact that the B73 genome used as the reference only represents a fraction of all haplotypes is still an important limiting factor.
Transcriptome analysis of Ginkgo biloba kernels
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The first transcriptome sequencing for Ginkgo kernels at five time points using Illumina paired-end sequencing can remarkably expand the existing transcriptome resources of Gink go, and provide a valuable platform to reveal more on developmental and metabolic mechanisms of this species.
Full-length sequencing of Ginkgo biloba L. reveals the synthesis of terpenoids during seed development
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The findings confirm the advantages of SMRT, which facilitated the construction a rich transcript data-set for research on the development of ginkgo seeds, enriching the annotation of the ginkGo genome, and enhancing the understanding of gene regulation of terpene biosynthesis in gink go seeds.
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