Mapping of seed shattering loci provides insights into origin of weedy rice and rice domestication.

@article{Subudhi2014MappingOS,
  title={Mapping of seed shattering loci provides insights into origin of weedy rice and rice domestication.},
  author={Prasanta K Subudhi and Pradeep K. Singh and Teresa DeLeon and Arnold S. Parco and Ratna Karan and Hanamareddy Biradar and Marc Alan Cohn and Takuji Sasaki},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  year={2014},
  volume={105 2},
  pages={276-87}
}
Seed shattering is an important trait that distinguishes crop cultivars from the wild and weedy species. The genetics of seed shattering was investigated in this study to provide insights into rice domestication and the evolution of weedy rice. Quantitative trait locus (QTL) analysis, conducted in 2 recombinant inbred populations involving 2 rice cultivars and a weedy rice accession of the southern United States, revealed 3-5 QTLs that controlled seed shattering with 38-45% of the total… CONTINUE READING

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