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Genetic Basis of Variation in Rice Seed Storage Protein (Albumin, Globulin, Prolamin, and Glutelin) Content Revealed by Genome-Wide Association Analysis
An association analysis for SSP content was performed to identify underlying genes using 527 diverse Oryza sativa accessions grown in two environments and favorable alleles of functional candidate genes were identified by haplotype analysis and expression pattern.
FLOURY ENDOSPERM19 encoding a class I glutamine amidotransferase affects grain quality in rice
Through haplotype analysis, a haplotype of FLO19 that can improve both CEQ and appearance quality of rice, Hap2, which provides a selection target for rice quality improvement, especially for high-yield indica rice varieties.
Natural variation in WHITE-CORE RATE 1 regulates redox homeostasis in rice endosperm to affect grain quality.
Grain chalkiness reduces the quality of rice (Oryza sativa) and is a highly undesirable trait for breeding and marketing. However, the underlying molecular cause of chalkiness remains largely…
Ghd7 is a negative regulator of zinc concentration in brown rice
A combination of Zn concentration analysis and haplotype analysis of three pairs of genetic materials for Ghd7 revealed that it is a negative regulator of ZN concentration in brown rice.
Identification and verification of grain shape QTLs by SNP array in rice
These findings provide insights into the molecular basis of grain shape as well as additional resources and approaches for producing hybrid high-yield rice varieties.
Fine-mapping and candidate gene analysis of a major locus controlling leaf thickness in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
- Dagang Chen, Xinqiao Zhou, Youding Chen
- MedicineMolecular breeding : new strategies in plant…
- 27 January 2022
Leaf thickness is an important trait in rice (Oryza sativa L.). It affects both photosynthesis and sink-resource efficiency. However, compared to leaf length and length width, reports seldom focused…