Marker–trait association for low-light intensity tolerance in rice genotypes from Eastern India

@article{Dutta2018MarkertraitAF,
  title={Marker–trait association for low-light intensity tolerance in rice genotypes from Eastern India},
  author={Suvendhu Sekhar Dutta and Wricha Tyagi and Gratify Pale and Judith Pohlong and Chubasenla Aochen and Avinash Kumar Pandey and Arunava Pattanayak and Mayank Rai},
  journal={Molecular Genetics and Genomics},
  year={2018},
  volume={293},
  pages={1493-1506}
}
Light intensity is a crucial environmental factor that affects photosynthesis and ultimately, grain yield in rice. However, no gene or marker directly associated with improved performance under low-light intensity under field conditions has been identified till date. With an aim of identifying genes and markers associated with improved performance (measured in terms of better yields) under low-light intensity, an integrated field screening, in silico and wet lab validation analysis was… CONTINUE READING

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