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Rice (Oryza sativa L.) production, essential for global food security, is threatened by the brown planthopper (BPH). The breeding of host-resistant crops is an economical and environmentally friendly strategy for pest control, but few resistance gene resources have thus far been cloned. An indica rice introgression line RBPH54, derived from wild rice Oryza(More)
Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is thermophilic crop and all of its growth stages are affected by low temperature stress. However, some populations of common wild rice in Guangxi Province (China) (GXWR) can tolerate low temperature stress. To understand the molecular mechanisms underlying chilling tolerance in these wild rice resources, transcriptome sequencing was(More)
Low temperature can greatly restrict the growth and development of rice. The rice seedlings show growth retardation, lamina wrap, and part of blade even died under the condition of low temperature. In order to get more information about cold stress responses in rice, two dimensional electrophoresis and bioinformatics analysis of mass spectrometry were used(More)
Awn is one of important traits during rice domestication. To understand the development of rice awn and the roles it played in rice domestication, we preliminary mapped a major QTL An-3 for awn development using chromosome segment substitution line CSSL138 developed by introgressed genomic fragments of long-awned Guangxi common wild rice (GXCWR, Oryza(More)
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