Structure, allelic diversity and selection of Asr genes, candidate for drought tolerance, in Oryza sativa L. and wild relatives

@article{Philippe2010StructureAD,
  title={Structure, allelic diversity and selection of Asr genes, candidate for drought tolerance, in Oryza sativa L. and wild relatives},
  author={Romain Philippe and Brigitte Courtois and Kenneth L. McNally and Pierre Mournet and Redouane El-Malki and Marie Christine Le Paslier and Denis Fabre and Claire Billot and Dominique Brunel and J. -C. Glaszmann and Dominique This},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2010},
  volume={121},
  pages={769-787}
}
Asr (ABA, stress, ripening) genes represent a small gene family potentially involved in drought tolerance in several plant species. To analyze their interest for rice breeding for water-limited environments, this gene family was characterized further. Genomic organization of the gene family reveals six members located on four different chromosomes and with the same exon–intron structure. The maintenance of six members of the Asr gene family, which are the result of combination between tandem… CONTINUE READING
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