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Genomic structure analysis of a set of Oryza nivara introgression lines and identification of yield-associated QTLs using whole-genome resequencing.

Ma, X; Fu, Y; Zhao, X; Jiang, L; Zhu, Z; Gu, P; Xu, W; Su, Z; Sun, C; Tan, L

Scientific reports 2016

Regulatory role of FZP in the determination of panicle branching and spikelet formation in rice.

Bai, X; Huang, Y; Mao, D; Wen, M; Zhang, L; Xing, Y

Scientific reports 2016

The Genetic Basis of Composite Spike Form in Barley and 'Miracle-Wheat'.

Poursarebani, N; Seidensticker, T; Koppolu, R; Trautewig, C; Gawroński, P; Bini, F; Govind, G; Rutten, T; Sakuma, S; Tagiri, A; Wolde, GM; Youssef, HM; Battal, A; Ciannamea, S; Fusca, T; Nussbaumer, T; Pozzi, C; Börner, A; Lundqvist, U; Komatsuda, T; Salvi, S; Tuberosa, R; Uauy, C; Sreenivasulu, N; Rossini, L; Schnurbusch, T

Genetics 2015 1

MORE SPIKELETS1 is required for spikelet fate in the inflorescence of Brachypodium.

Derbyshire, P; Byrne, ME

Plant physiology 2013 3

Two AP2 family genes, supernumerary bract (SNB) and Osindeterminate spikelet 1 (OsIDS1), synergistically control inflorescence architecture and floral meristem establishment in rice.

Lee, DY; An, G

The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology 2012 3

Genetic analysis and mapping of gene fzp(t) controlling spikelet differentiation in rice.

Duan, Y; Li, W; Wu, W; Pan, R; Zhou, Y; Qi, J; Lin, L; Chen, Z; Mao, D; Liu, H; Zhang, D; Xue, Y

Science in China. Series C, Life sciences 2003 3

Morphological and molecular characterization of a new frizzy panicle mutant, "fzp-9(t)", in rice (Oryza sativa L.).

Yi, G; Choi, JH; Jeong, EG; Chon, NS; Jena, KK; Ku, YC; Kim, DH; Eun, MY; Jeon, JS; Nam, MH

Hereditas 2005 2005

Candidate genes for barley mutants involved in plant architecture: an in silico approach.

Rossini, L; Vecchietti, A; Nicoloso, L; Stein, N; Franzago, S; Salamini, F; Pozzi, C

TAG. Theoretical and applied genetics. Theoretische und angewandte Genetik 2006 6

Magnaporthe grisea interactions with the model grass Brachypodium distachyon closely resemble those with rice (Oryza sativa).

Routledge, AP; Shelley, G; Smith, JV; Talbot, NJ; Draper, J; Mur, LA

Molecular plant pathology 2004 4

The OsFOR1 gene encodes a polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein (PGIP) that regulates floral organ number in rice.

Jang, S; Lee, B; Kim, C; Kim, SJ; Yim, J; Han, JJ; Lee, S; Kim, SR; An, G

Plant molecular biology 2003 3

[Towards the positional cloning of a spikelet identity gene frizzle panicle (FZP) in rice (Oryza sativa L.)].

Liu, HQ; Wu, WR; Duan, YL; Guan, HZ; Chen, J; Li, WM; Xue, YB

Yi chuan xue bao = Acta genetica Sinica 2003 9

Ds tagging of BRANCHED FLORETLESS 1 (BFL1) that mediates the transition from spikelet to floret meristem in rice (Oryza sativa L).

Zhu, QH; Hoque, MS; Dennis, ES; Upadhyaya, NM

BMC plant biology 2003

FRIZZY PANICLE is required to prevent the formation of axillary meristems and to establish floral meristem identity in rice spikelets.

Komatsu, M; Chujo, A; Nagato, Y; Shimamoto, K; Kyozuka, J

Development (Cambridge, England) 2003 16

The LAX1 and FRIZZY PANICLE 2 genes determine the inflorescence architecture of rice by controlling rachis-branch and spikelet development.

Komatsu, M; Maekawa, M; Shimamoto, K; Kyozuka, J

Developmental biology 2001 2