Genome-Wide Haplotype Changes Produced by Artificial Selection during Modern Rice Breeding in Japan

  title={Genome-Wide Haplotype Changes Produced by Artificial Selection during Modern Rice Breeding in Japan},
  author={Jun-Ichi Yonemaru and Toshio Yamamoto and Kaworu Ebana and Eiji Yamamoto and Hideki Nagasaki and Taeko Shibaya and Masahiro Yano},
  booktitle={PloS one},
During the last 90 years, the breeding of rice has delivered cultivars with improved agronomic and economic characteristics. Crossing of different lines and successive artificial selection of progeny based on their phenotypes have changed the chromosomal constitution of the ancestors of modern rice; however, the nature of these changes is unclear. The recent accumulation of data for genome-wide single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in rice has allowed us to investigate the change in haplotype… CONTINUE READING
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