Genome-wide analysis of genes targeted by qLTG3-1 controlling low-temperature germinability in rice

@article{Fujino2009GenomewideAO,
  title={Genome-wide analysis of genes targeted by qLTG3-1 controlling low-temperature germinability in rice},
  author={Kenji Fujino and Yasuyuki Matsuda},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={72},
  pages={137-152}
}
The control of seed germination under environmental conditions, where plants will be grown, is important for the adaptability of plants. Low-temperature is one of the most common environmental stress factors that affect plant growth and development and places a major limit on crop productivity in cultivated areas. Previously, qLTG3-1, a major quantitative trait locus controlling low-temperature tolerance at the germination stage in rice (called low-temperature germinability) was identified… CONTINUE READING

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