Looking beyond PsTOL1: marker development for two novel rice genes showing differential expression in P deficient conditions

@article{Dkhar2014LookingBP,
  title={Looking beyond PsTOL1: marker development for two novel rice genes showing differential expression in P deficient conditions},
  author={Firstbornson Dkhar and Mayank Kumar Rai and Wricha Tyagi},
  journal={Journal of Genetics},
  year={2014},
  volume={93},
  pages={573-577}
}
With the availability of the full genome sequence of rice, identification and localization of genes related to stress tolerance has become feasible. Using the rice genome information, better alleles of these genes can be identified in the germplasm, which will be useful for breeding. Insufficient plant-available soil phosphorus (P) is a major constraint for rice production and is apparent under conditions which are commonly characterized by infertile, highly acidic and P fixing soils. A few… CONTINUE READING
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