Genomic variation associated with local adaptation of weedy rice during de-domestication
- J. Qiu, Yong-jun Zhou, Yongliang Lu
- Biology, MedicineNature Communications
- 24 May 2017
A Mb-scale genomic region present in weedy rice but not cultivated rice genomes that shows evidence of balancing selection is identified, thereby suggesting that there might be more complexity inherent to the process of de-domestication.
Echinochloa Chloroplast Genomes: Insights into the Evolution and Taxonomic Identification of Two Weedy Species
- Chuyu Ye, Zhangxiang Lin, L. Fan
- BiologyPLoS ONE
- 26 November 2014
The entire chloroplast genomes of two Echinochloa species (E. oryzicola and E. crus-galli) are completed based on high-throughput sequencing data from their fresh green leaves, contributing to better understanding of the diversification of this genus.
Genome re-sequencing suggested a weedy rice origin from domesticated indica-japonica hybridization: a case study from southern China
- J. Qiu, Jinwen Zhu, L. Fan
- Biology, MedicinePlanta
- 4 September 2014
Whole-genome re-sequencing of weedy Rice from southern China reveals that weedy rice can originate from hybridization of domesticatedindicaandjaponicarice and strongly suggests that it originated from indica-japonica hybridization.
The red bayberry genome and genetic basis of sex determination
- Hui-min Jia, H. Jia, Zhong‐shan Gao
- BiologyPlant Biotechnology Journal
- 10 August 2018
The genome sequence of red bayberry provides a valuable resource for plant sex chromosome evolution and also provides important insights for molecular biology, genetics and modern breeding in Myricaceae family.
A quantitative genomics map of rice provides genetic insights and guides breeding
- Xin Wei, J. Qiu, Xuehui Huang
- MedicineNature Genetics
- 1 February 2021
A comprehensive map of rice quantitative trait nucleotides and inferred QTN effects based on eight genome-wide association study cohorts is presented, providing new genetic insights and serving as the basis for RiceNavi, a tool to optimize breeding schemes.
Rice functional genomics: decades’ efforts and roads ahead
- Rongzhi Chen, Yiwen Deng, Jiayang Li
- BiologyScience China Life Sciences
- 7 December 2021
The research progress of rice biology over past decades is summarized, including omics, genome-wide association study, phytohormone action, nutrient use, biotic and abiotic responses, photoperiodic flowering, and reproductive development.
Bi-directional Selection in Upland Rice Leads to Its Adaptive Differentiation from Lowland Rice in Drought Resistance and Productivity.
A host plant genome (Zizania latifolia) after a century-long endophyte infection.
- Longbiao Guo, J. Qiu, L. Fan
- BiologyThe Plant Journal
- 1 August 2015
Results show that continuous long-standing endophyte association can have a major effect on the evolution of the structural and transcriptomic components of the host genome.
Using thermal time models to predict seedling emergence of orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) under alternating temperature regimes
- J. Qiu, Y. Bai, B. Coulman, J. Romo
- MathematicsSeed Science Research
- 1 December 2006
Abstract The effects of alternating temperatures on seed dormancy changes, germination and seedling emergence were investigated in ‘Arctic’ and ‘Lineta’ orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.). Thermal…
Regulation of Nicotine Biosynthesis by an Endogenous Target Mimicry of MicroRNA in Tobacco1[OPEN]
- Fangfang Li, Weidi Wang, L. Fan
- BiologyPlant Physiology
- 5 August 2015
It is demonstrated that enhanced nicotine biosynthesis in the topping-treated tobacco plants is achieved by nta-eTMX27-mediated inhibition of the expression and functions of nta -miRX27, the first report about regulation of secondary metabolite biosynthesis by an miRNA-e TM regulatory module in plants.