Sheila Mae Quilloy Mercado

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Increasing food production is essential to meet the demands of a growing human population, with its rising income levels and nutritional expectations. To address the demand, plant breeders seek new sources of genetic variation to enhance the productivity, sustainability and resilience of crop varieties. Here we launch a high-resolution, open-access research(More)
This study was conducted to understand variation patterns and establish the population structure in the wild rice species, Oryza officinalis, using accessions collected across the 11 regions/areas of endemism in Asia and Oceania and conserved ex situ in the International Rice Genebank at the International Rice Research Institute. Morphological and(More)
Susan R. McCouch, Mark H. Wright, Chih-Wei Tung, Lyza G. Maron, Kenneth L. McNally, Melissa Fitzgerald, Namrata Singh, Genevieve DeClerck, Francisco Agosto Perez, Pavel Korniliev, Anthony J. Greenberg, Ma. Elizabeth B. Naredo, Sheila Mae Q. Mercado, Sandra E. Harrington, Yuxin Shi, Darcy A. Branchini, Paula R. Kuser-Falcão, Hei Leung, Kowaru Ebana, Masahiro(More)
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