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Diversity of microsatellites derived from genomic libraries and GenBank sequences in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
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The highest overall degree of genetic diversity was seen in GA-containing microsatellites of genomic library origin, while the most conserved markers contained CCG- or CAG-trinucleotide motifs and were developed from GenBank sequences. Expand
Mapping and genome organization of microsatellite sequences in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
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The 312 microsatellite markers reported here provide whole-genome coverage with an average density of one SSLP per 6 cM, and the distribution of polymorphism detected by these markers varies between different regions of the genome. Expand
Genomic paleontology provides evidence for two distinct origins of Asian rice (Oryza sativa L.)
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Experimental data provide additional evidence for the proposal that Indica and Japonica rice arose from two independent domestication events in Asia. Expand
MICROSATELLITE MARKER DEVELOPMENT, MAPPING AND APPLICATIONS IN RICE GENETICS AND BREEDING
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The availability of increasing numbers of mapped SSLP markers can be expected to complement existing RFLP and AFLP maps, increasing the power and resolution of genome analysis in rice. Expand
Microsatellites and microsynteny in the chloroplast genomes of Oryza and eight other Gramineae species
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A sequence-based comparison of homologous regions of the rice and maize chloroplast genomes revealed that, while a high level of microsynteny is evident, the occurrence of actively evolving microsatellite motifs in specific regions ofThe rice chloropleft genome appears to be mainly a species or genome-specific phenomenon. Expand
QTL Analysis for Plant and Grain Characters of Sake-brewing Rice Using a Doubled Haploid Population
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It is suggested that the grain length QTL on chromosome 4 might control not only the grain shape but also the internal structure related to the milling efficiency and/or location of the storage protein. Expand
Genetic diversity and phylogeny of Japanese sake-brewing rice as revealed by AFLP and nuclear and chloroplast SSR markers
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Cluster analysis and chloroplast haplotype analysis suggested that the local sake-brewing cultivars originated monophyletically in the western regions of Japan, and several markers were significantly associated with sake- Brewing traits, particularly with the large white-core structure. Expand
Molecular tagging of genes for brown planthopper resistance and earliness introgressed from Oryza australiensis into cultivated rice, O. sativa.
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Introgression at the molecular level indicates that the mechanism of alien gene transfer is probably genetic recombination through crossing over rather than substitution of whole or large segment of chromosomes of wild species. Expand
Mapping QTLs for cold tolerance at germination and the early seedling stage in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
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Analysis of variance test showed significant interactions between alleles at the QTL sites and the two stress conditions with respect to the mean CTS scores, indicating growth-stage specificity of cold tolerance in indica rice. Expand
OsLG1 regulates a closed panicle trait in domesticated rice
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It is shown that a simple morphological change in rice panicle shape, controlled by the SPR3 locus, has a large impact on seed-shedding and pollinating behaviors, and suggests that a closed panicle was a selected trait during rice domestication. Expand
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