Morphological characterisation of Australian ex situ wild rice accessions and potential for identifying novel sources of tolerance to phosphorus deficiency

@article{Julia2015MorphologicalCO,
  title={Morphological characterisation of Australian ex situ wild rice accessions and potential for identifying novel sources of tolerance to phosphorus deficiency},
  author={Cecile C. Julia and Daniel L. E. Waters and Rachel H. Wood and Terry J Rose},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2015},
  volume={63},
  pages={327-337}
}
Australian wild rice (Oryza sp.) diverged in isolation from the progenitors of cultivated rice millions of years ago and is likely to harbour novel alleles of value to rice breeding programs. Since the separation from Gondwana 100 MYA, Australia has been characterised as a primarily dry continent with nutrient-impoverished soils. This has led to speculation that alleles conferring tolerance to nutritional deficiency and other abiotic stresses such as drought or heat may be present within… CONTINUE READING

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