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Title: Molecular cloning of Sdr4 , a regulator involved in seed dormancy and domestication of rice .
Author: Sugimoto K Takeuchi Y Ebana K Miyao A Hirochika H Hara N Ishiyama K Kobayashi M Ban Y Hattori T Yano M
Journal: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A Citation: V : 107 P : 5792-7 Year: 2010 Type: MEDLINE
Literature: oryza Field: abstract Doc ID: pub20220098 Accession (PMID): 20220098
Abstract: Seed dormancy provides a strategy for flowering plants to survive adverse natural conditions . It is also an important agronomic trait affecting grain yield , quality , and processing performance . We cloned a rice quantitative trait locus , Sdr4 , which contributes substantially to differences in seed dormancy between japonica ( Nipponbare ) and indica ( Kasalath ) cultivars . Sdr4 expression is positively regulated by OsVP1 , a global regulator of seed maturation , and in turn positively regulates potential regulators of seed dormancy and represses the expression of postgerminative genes , suggesting that Sdr4 acts as an intermediate regulator of dormancy in the seed maturation program . Japonica cultivars have only the Nipponbare allele ( Sdr4-n ) , which endows reduced dormancy , whereas both the Kasalath allele ( Srd4-k ) and Sdr4-n are widely distributed in the indica group , indicating prevalent introgression . Srd4-k also is found in the wild ancestor Oryza rufipogon , whereas Sdr4-n appears to have been produced through at least two mutation events from the closest O rufipogon allele among the accessions examined . These results are discussed with respect to possible selection of the allele during the domestication process .
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[ Sen. 4, subscore: 2.00 ]: Sdr4 expression is positively regulated by OsVP1 , a global regulator of seed maturation , and in turn positively regulates potential regulators of seed dormancy and represses the expression of postgerminative genes , suggesting that Sdr4 acts as an intermediate regulator of dormancy in the seed maturation program .
[ Sen. 5, subscore: 2.00 ]: Japonica cultivars have only the Nipponbare allele ( Sdr4-n ) , which endows reduced dormancy , whereas both the Kasalath allele ( Srd4-k ) and Sdr4-n are widely distributed in the indica group , indicating prevalent introgression .
[ Sen. 3, subscore: 1.00 ]: We cloned a rice quantitative trait locus , Sdr4 , which contributes substantially to differences in seed dormancy between japonica ( Nipponbare ) and indica ( Kasalath ) cultivars .
[ Sen. 6, subscore: 1.00 ]: Srd4-k also is found in the wild ancestor Oryza rufipogon , whereas Sdr4-n appears to have been produced through at least two mutation events from the closest O rufipogon allele among the accessions examined .
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Title: Molecular cloning of Sdr4 , a regulator involved in seed dormancy and domestication of rice .
Author: Sugimoto K Takeuchi Y Ebana K Miyao A Hirochika H Hara N Ishiyama K Kobayashi M Ban Y Hattori T Yano M
Journal: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A Citation: V : 107 P : 5792-7 Year: 2010 Type: MEDLINE
Literature: oryza Field: title Doc ID: pub20220098 Accession (PMID): 20220098
Abstract: Seed dormancy provides a strategy for flowering plants to survive adverse natural conditions . It is also an important agronomic trait affecting grain yield , quality , and processing performance . We cloned a rice quantitative trait locus , Sdr4 , which contributes substantially to differences in seed dormancy between japonica ( Nipponbare ) and indica ( Kasalath ) cultivars . Sdr4 expression is positively regulated by OsVP1 , a global regulator of seed maturation , and in turn positively regulates potential regulators of seed dormancy and represses the expression of postgerminative genes , suggesting that Sdr4 acts as an intermediate regulator of dormancy in the seed maturation program . Japonica cultivars have only the Nipponbare allele ( Sdr4-n ) , which endows reduced dormancy , whereas both the Kasalath allele ( Srd4-k ) and Sdr4-n are widely distributed in the indica group , indicating prevalent introgression . Srd4-k also is found in the wild ancestor Oryza rufipogon , whereas Sdr4-n appears to have been produced through at least two mutation events from the closest O rufipogon allele among the accessions examined . These results are discussed with respect to possible selection of the allele during the domestication process .
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[ Sen. 1, subscore: 1.00 ]: Molecular cloning of Sdr4 , a regulator involved in seed dormancy and domestication of rice .
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