Convergent evolution of perenniality in rice and sorghum.

@article{Hu2003ConvergentEO,
  title={Convergent evolution of perenniality in rice and sorghum.},
  author={Frank Y Hu and Dacheng Tao and Erik J. Sacks and Brenda Yan Fu and Pin-Xian Xu and Jiayang Li and Yang Yang and Kristin McNally and Gurdev Singh Khush and Andrew H. Paterson and Z Li},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2003},
  volume={100 7},
  pages={4050-4}
}
Annual and perennial habit are two major strategies by which grasses adapt to seasonal environmental change, and these distinguish cultivated cereals from their wild relatives. Rhizomatousness, a key trait contributing to perenniality, was investigated by using an F(2) population from a cross between cultivated rice (Oryza sativa) and its wild relative, Oryza longistaminata. Molecular mapping based on a complete simple sequence-repeat map revealed two dominant-complementary genes controlling… CONTINUE READING
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