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Genetic diversity based on SSR markers in maize (Zea mays L.) landraces from Wuling mountain region in China
Genetic diversity of maize (Zea mays L.) plays a key role in maize breeding (William and Michael 2002). Knowledge of the amount and the distribution of genetic variation within and among maizeExpand
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Large-scale identification of differentially expressed genes in maize inbreds susceptible and resistant to Fusarium ear rot
Fusarium ear rot is a destructive disease in maize mostly caused by the fungus Fusarium verticillioides (FV), which results in reduction of grain yield. To understand the host response to FVExpand
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Development of SCARs from AFLP Markers Linked to Resistance to Maize Rough Dwarf Virus(MRDV) Using Bulked Segregant Analysis in Maize
【Objective】Developing and cultivating resistant hybrids is an effective approach to control MRDD.Marker development and markers-assisted selection(MAS) is an efficient way for MRDD-resistantExpand
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Cloning and characterization of a senescence associated protein gene (ZmSAP) induced by Rhizoctonia solani in maize.
Silico cloning,reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction(RT-PCR)and rapid amplification of cDNA ends(RACE)were applied in cloning the senescence-associated protein gene with ESTs obtained fromExpand
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Effects of biparental mass selection on two narrow-base maize populations.
【Objective】 Two synthetic narrow-base maize populations,P3C0 and P4C0,were improved by 5 cycles of biparental mass selection,the effects on the population per se and combining ability were analyzedExpand
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Screening and Identification for Tolerance to Low Phosphorus Stress of Maize Germplasm Resources
At two ecological places,76 maize inbred lines were selected to evaluate the genotypic difference of tolerance to low phosphorus stress under field condition.By the analysis on the low phosphorusExpand
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Review of plant miRNAs in environmental stressed conditions.
Stress conditions including biotic and abiotic stress influence the normal growth of plant and cause great loss to crop yield. In the long course of evolution, plants have developed intricateExpand
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