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By Takeshi Itoh Ph.D., Baltazar A. Antonio Ph.D. (auth.), Qifa Zhang, Rod A. Wing (eds.)

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This ebook offers a finished insurance of the advances in genetics and genomics examine on rice. The chapters characteristic the most recent advancements in rice study and canopy such subject matters because the instruments and assets for the practical research of rice genes, the identity of worthwhile genes for rice development, the current knowing of rice improvement and organic strategies, and the appliance of this current realizing in the direction of rice development. the amount additionally incorporates a standpoint on synthesis and customers, laying the foundation for destiny advances in rice genetics and genomics.

Written by way of professionals within the box, Genetics and Genomics of Rice will function a useful reference for rice researchers for years to come.

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T7E2b, was identified and found to be linked to the Pi40(t) gene at the 70 kb chromosomal region and differentiated the Pi40(t) gene from the LTH monogenic differential lines possessing genes Piz, Piz-5, Piz-t, and Pi-9. Pi40(t) was validated using the most virulent isolates from Korea as well as the Philippines, suggesting a broad spectrum for the resistance gene. 12 Introgression from the FF Genome Species A series of introgression lines have been derived from a cross between O. sativa (cv. IR56) and O.

Theor Appl Genet 84:345–354 Ammiraju JS, Fan C, Yu Y, Song X, Cranston KA, Pontaroli AC, Lu F, Sanyal A, Jiang N, Rambo T et al (2010) Spatio-temporal patterns of genome evolution in allotetraploid species of the genus Oryza. Plant J 63:430–442 Ammiraju JS, Lu F, Sanyal A, Yu Y, Song X, Jiang N, Pontaroli AC, Rambo T, Currie J, Collura K et al (2008) Dynamic evolution of Oryza genomes is revealed by comparative genomic analysis of a genuswide vertical data set. Plant Cell 20:3191–3209 Ammiraju JS, Luo M, Goicoechea JL, Wang W, Kudrna D, Mueller C, Talag J, Kim H, Sisneros NB, Blackmon B et al (2006) The Oryza bacterial artificial chromosome library resource: construction and analysis of 12 deep-coverage large-insert BAC libraries that represent the 10 genome types of the genus Oryza.

Sativa ssp. indica cv. 93-11 and O. sativa ssp. japonica cv. Nipponbare, which detected 49 QTLs for 14 agronomic traits, all high-resolution mapped (typically several hundred kbs). The method was also improved for parent-independent genotyping, that is, using the reference genome but without the availability of high-quality genotype data of the parental lines [20]. The genotyping method has been found to be generally robust for many types of mapping populations, such as RILs, near-isogenic lines (NILs), BILs, CSSLs, and F2 populations [21–23].

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