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In this study, we have investigated a new fertility restorer (Rf) locus for cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) in radish. We have obtained a CMS-Rf system consisting of sterile line ‘9802A1’, maintainer line ‘9802B1’ and restorer line ‘9802H’. F1 plants from cross between sterile line ‘9802A1’ and restorer line ‘9802H’ were all male fertile, self pollination(More)
The practice of hybridization has greatly contributed to the increase in crop productivity. A major component that exploits heterosis in crops is the cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS)/nucleus-controlled fertility restoration (Rf) system. Through positional cloning, it is shown that heterozygous alleles (RsRf3-1/RsRf3-2) encoding pentatricopeptide repeat(More)
In this work, we have identified a chimeric pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR)-encoding gene cosegregating with the fertility restorer phenotype for cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) in radish. We have constructed a CMS-Rf system consisting of sterile line ‘9802A2’, maintainer line ‘9802B2’ and restorer line ‘2007H’. F2 segregating population analysis indicated(More)
The cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS)/nucleus-controlled fertility restoration (Rf) system has been widely applied in hybrid seed production and is an ideal model for dissecting the interaction between the nucleus and the mitochondrion. In this study, we identified an insertion–deletion (InDel) at a male fertility restoration locus (RsRf3) for CMS in radish(More)
Neural network ensemble has demonstrated many advantages over single neural networks in terms of generalization ability and parameters configuration. As compared to traditional bagging and boosting that are typical of generating individual network by horizontally partitioning training dataset, this paper proposes a new ensemble method called RRSE (rough(More)
The cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS)/nucleus-controlled fertility restoration (Rf) system is a major component that exploits hybrid vigor in crops. Here, we have identified a new pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR)-encoding allele at the RsRf3 locus linked to the fertility restoration to CMS in radish. This allele was named as RsRf3-5 and encodes a putative(More)
A male sterile plant appeared in the radish breeding program at the Hubei Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Hubei, China. In its progeny, a two-type (half of plants male sterile, the other half male fertile) line 01GAB was established. An F2 population of 260 plants from a cross of male-sterile 01GAB and a male fertile line 9802H segregated for male(More)
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