Genetic Analysis of Cold Tolerance at the Germination and Booting Stages in Rice by Association Mapping

  title={Genetic Analysis of Cold Tolerance at the Germination and Booting Stages in Rice by Association Mapping},
  author={Yinghua Pan and Hong-Liang Zhang and Dongling Zhang and Jinjie Li and Haiyan Xiong and Jianping Yu and Jilong Li and Muhammad Abdul Rehman Rashid and Gangling Li and Xiaoding Ma and Guilan Cao and Longzhi Han and Zichao Li},
  booktitle={PloS one},
Low temperature affects the rice plants at all stages of growth. It can cause severe seedling injury and male sterility resulting in severe yield losses. Using a mini core collection of 174 Chinese rice accessions and 273 SSR markers we investigated cold tolerance at the germination and booting stages, as well as the underlying genetic bases, by association mapping. Two distinct populations, corresponding to subspecies indica and japonica showed evident differences in cold tolerance and its… CONTINUE READING
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