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Rice improvement in the genomics era

Rice improvement in the genomics era

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rice -- Genetics,
  • Rice -- Genetic engineering

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Swapan K. Datta.
    ContributionsDatta, S. K.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB191.R5 R459 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 481 p., [12] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages481
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23611616M
    ISBN 101560229527
    ISBN 109781560229520
    LC Control Number2007047013


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Rice is probably the most important food crop in the world, feeding half its population. Rice Improvement in the Genomics Era examines the findings in the current studies of rice improvement, using the modern genomic tools available in today’s agriculture to better enable food security and human welfare.

This comprehensive text describes in detail the latest tools of genomics and the Format: Hardcover. Book Description. Rice is probably the most important food crop in the world, feeding half its population. Rice Improvement in the Genomics Era examines the findings in the current studies of rice improvement, using the modern genomic tools available in today’s agriculture to better enable food security and human welfare.

This comprehensive text describes in detail the latest tools of. Get this from a library. Rice improvement in the genomics era. [S K Datta;] -- "Feeding half of the population, rice is probably the most important food in the today Rice Improvement in the Genomics Era uses the modern genomic tools available to examine the current findings in.

Get this from a library. Rice biology in the genomics era. [Hiro-Yuki Hirano;] -- This volume presents results of research in crop improvement as well as in molecular and cellular activities in rice.

It contains sections on genome-wide and genome-based research, signal. Rice Biology in the Genomics Era and Improvement of rice. The background to this book is that the complete sequencing of the rice genome and new molecular biological techniques have led to tremendous advances in our knowledge of rice biology.

Marcia Y. Koudo, Nori Kurata and Eiichi Ohtsubo Section IV Improvement of Rice IV.1 Detection. Rice (Oryza sativa) is one of the most important staple food crops in the world. Breeding efforts to improve the agronomical quality of rice have been conducted, and studies on rice from the viewpoint.

Request PDF | Rice Biology in the Genomics Era | Rice (Oryza sativa) is one of the most important staple food crops in the world. Breeding efforts to improve the agronomical quality of rice have. This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the advances in genetics and genomics research on rice.

The chapters feature the latest developments in rice research and cover such topics as the tools and resources for the functional analysis of rice genes, the identification of useful genes for rice improvement, the present understanding of rice development and biological processes, and the.

Rice was the first sequenced crop genome, paving the way for the sequencing of additional and more complicated crop genomes. The impact that the genome sequence made on rice genetics and breeding research was immediate, as evidence by citations and DNA marker use.

The impact on other crop genomes was evident too, particularly for those within the grass by: In book: Rice Improvement in the Genomics Era, pp demonstrates that analysis of the rice genome sequence is an effective option for identification of markers for use in rice improvement.

Rice (Oryza sativa) is one of the most important staple food crops in the world. Breeding efforts to improve the agronomical quality of rice have been conducted, and studies on rice from the viewpoint of basic biological interest have also been carried out.

Ina book entitled Rice (edited by. The rich genetic diversity in the worldwide rice germplasm collections has been the driving engine for rice improvement in the past, and will be so for the future.

Rice breeding in the post-genomics era requires a comprehensive information platform that contains at least two key by: Rice Biology in the Genomics Era (Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry (62)) Improvement of rice.

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Contribution of the Rice Genome to Improvement. The bigger goal for the community is rice improvement. On several fronts the rice reference genome has greatly advance rice improvement.

First, the most immediate impact was in molecular markers in that the number was greatly increased, their physical order was understood and proximity to Cited by: Recent advances of genomics era in wheat improvement By the emergence of the genomic technologies, the steps toward improvement of wheat crop were taken to get sustainable production.

For this core purpose, the posed challenges needed to be sorted out, which were done by using molecular breeding or marker-assisted breeding technologies [ 21 ].Author: Usman Babar, Usama Arshad, Muhammad Tehseen Azhar, Rana Muhammad Atif, Abdulaziz Abdullah Alsahli, I.

Rice milling quality is genetically controlled and could be improved by breeding. High head rice yield (HRY) is a high-priority objective for rice breeding programs. This chapter discusses the factors influencing milling quality of rice, genetic basis of milling quality, and breeding efforts towards high HRY rice improvement.

In the U.S., rice is grown on an average of M acres producing approximately 10M tons of grain per year, equivalent to $B in market value, largely in the southern states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi and Texas. Rice is an important component of a healthy diet, and it is a key to maintaining global food security.

A number of challenges, however, face rice production both in. Rice Biology in the Genomics Era Takuji Sasaki, Jianzhong Wu, Hiroshi Mizuno, Baltazar A Ina book entitled Rice (edited by Dr. Bajaj) was published as the 14th volume in the series Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry (BAF), detailing rice research activities at that time, and focusing mainly on cell and tissue culture and.

Much of this increase must come from genetic improvement of rice. Rice research has progressed greatly in the past years, highlighted by the completion of the first high-quality rice genome inthat stimulated global efforts in rice functional genomics research [2,3].

However, the information from rice genetics and genomics research has Cited by:   Rice is one of the main pillars of food security in India. Its improvement for higher yield in sustainable agriculture system is also vital to provide energy and nutritional needs of growing world population, expected to reach more than 9 billion by The high quality genome sequence of rice has provided a rich resource to mine information about diversity of genes and alleles which can Cited by: Crop improvement is also greatly impacted by novel transgenomics and genome editing technologies developed as a result of plant genome characterization and understanding in the era of plant genomics.

In the past two decades, a variety of novel transgenomics technologies have been developed to replace or enrich the traditional transgenesis-based Cited by: 3. Using DNA markers in plant breeding with marker-assisted selection (MAS) could greatly improve the precision and efficiency of selection, leading to the accelerated development of new crop varieties.

The numerous examples of MAS in rice have prompted many breeding institutes to establish molecular breeding labs. The last decade has produced an enormous amount of genomics research in rice Cited by: Read "Genetics and Genomics of Rice" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the advances in genetics and genomics research on rice.

The chapters feat Brand: Springer New York. The Rice Genome Sequence as an Indispensable Tool for Crop Improvement. Authors; Antonio B.A., Matsumoto T. () The Rice Genome Sequence as an Indispensable Tool for Crop Improvement.

In: Hirano HY., Sano Y., Hirai A., Sasaki T. (eds) Rice Biology in the Genomics Era. Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry, vol Springer, Berlin Cited by: 2.

This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the advances in genetics and genomics research on rice. The chapters feature the latest developments in rice research and cover such topics as the tools and resources for the functional analysis of rice genes, the identification of useful genes for rice improvement, the present understanding of rice development and biological processes, and the Brand: Springer New York.

Generation of Rice Mutant Libraries. With the availability of whole genome sequence in rice, the greater challenge is to analyze and assign functions to all the predicted genes in the genome which could be priority in rice functional genomics studies (Wang et al., ).With the advent of CRISPR/Cas9 system, development of such mutant libraries has become more by: Since the first edition of this book was published inthe field of quantitative genetics, genomics and breeding has changed markedly.

In response, only four chapters have been updated for this new edition, and the remaining 16 chapters are entirely new. This book presents state-of-the-art, authoritative chapters on contemporary issues in the broad areas.

Swapan Kumar Datta (born 28 January ) is a well known scientist of rice is well known for his pioneering research on genetic engineering of Indica Datta has demonstrated the development of genetically engineered Indica rice from protoplast derived from haploid embryogenic cell suspension culture.

Golden Indica Rice with enriched Provitamin A and Ferritin rice with Fields: Agricultural science. Rice, Oryza sativa L., is the staple food for half the world’s population. Bythe production of rice must increase by at least 25% in order to keep up with global population growth and demand.

Accelerated genetic gains in rice improvement are needed to mitigate the effects of climate change and loss of arable land, as well as to ensure a stable global food supply. and genomics-related technologies for more rapid and efficient variety development [15, 16].

In this article, we review the current global rice molecular breeding lab with an emphasis on recent research and the impact of rice genomics resources. We also review some current genomics research and promising new genotyping methodologies withCited by: "Genetic mapping and marker assisted selection (MAS) is considered as one of the major tools in genetic improvement of crop plants in this genomics era.

This book describes basics in linkage mapping, step-by-step procedure to perform MAS, achievements made so far in different crops, and limitations and prospects of MAS in plant breeding.

Baisakh N, Datta SK () Stem Borer Resistance: Bt Rice. In “Rice improvement in the Genomics Era” SK Datta (ed), Haworth publ. pp Other publications. Baisakh N*, Famoso A, Yabes J, Tabien R, Harrell D () Developing Rice Varieties Suitable for Alternative Irrigation Regimes in Louisiana.

Louisiana Agriculture   RiTE-db contains both published and original data, and is centered on the characterization and public distribution of new repeat sequences from previously uncharacterized and unpublished Oryza genome assemblies (Table 1).It is composed of three data sets derived from: 1) the Plant Repeat Database (PReDa), 2) de novo repeat assemblies; and 3) full-length (FL) transposable elements (Fig.

1).Cited by: Plant Science will publish in the minimum of time, research manuscripts as well as commissioned reviews and commentaries recommended by its referees in all areas of experimental plant biology with emphasis in the broad areas of genomics, proteomics, biochemistry (including enzymology), physiology, cell biology, development, genetics, functional plant breeding, systems biology and the.

In rice, Hd1 is a major determinant of natural variation, and its expression was not largely affected by a change in daylength. Yano et al. () provided an excellent example of map-based cloning of QTLs and opened a new era in understanding the genetic basis of complex agronomic traits in rice and other crops.

Using this strategy, many other Cited by: 2. Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is a staple food crop for people worldwide, and a key goal has been to increase its grain increasing population that relies on a decreasing level of farmland has rendered the traditional method for the isolation and use of genetic loci in rice breeding unsatisfactory.

Rice is known for tremendous within-species and within-genus genetic diversity, both critical foundations for rice improvement. This rich source of genetic diversity is preserved in more thangermplasm accessions of Oryza maintained in genebanks worldwide, mostly of Asian origin. Exploring this diversity at the sequence level has been, until recently, only a dream of rice by: Rice Genomics Pig Genomics Silkworm Genomics Soybean Genomics Wheat Genomics Barley Genomics BPH Genomics Vigna Genomics.

The rice genome sequence and challenges in crop improvement. The completion of the rice genome sequence in paved the way for a new era of research in genetics, physiology, biochemistry and other related fields. Applications of the rice genome sequence information in crop improvement.

The rice genome sequence is indispensable in breeding for improved and novel cultivars. With the completion of the rice genome sequence and development of genomics tools, research on. Applied plant genomics and biotechnology reviews the recent advancements in the post-genomic era, discussing how different varieties respond to abiotic and biotic stresses, investigating epigenetic modifications and epigenetic memory through analysis of DNA methylation states, applicative uses of RNA silencing and RNA interference in plant physiology and in experimental transgenics, and .varieties of rice of which only 10% are marketed and sold.

Fully cooked rice swells to three times its original weight. India is famous for it's Basmati variety of rice. The wealth of SNP and SSR information will accelerate marker-assisted breeding, positive cloning and facilitate advances in Rice improvement.A Rice Genetic Improvement Boom by Next Generation Sequencing Xiangchun Zhou, Xufeng Bai and Yongzhong Xing.

Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is a staple food crop for people worldwide, and a key goal has been to increase its grain increasing population that relies on a decreasing level of farmland has rendered the traditional method for the isolation and use of genetic loci in rice breeding Cited by: 3.