Tag: allele

The study found that the main gene mutation of horse body high variation in China
By: Date: 2021-12-25 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

Recently, the scientific and technological innovation team for the protection and utilization of livestock and poultry germplasm resources of Beijing Institute of animal husbandry and veterinary medicine, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences successfully analyzed the main gene mutation of high variation in horse body in China, and found that the mutation first appeared in the ancient horse population during the Mongolian Empire 2300 years ago.

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Chinese Academy of Thermal Sciences reveals the evolution and functional differentiation of cassava haplotype genome
By: Date: 2021-04-17 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

Recently, the Institute of Biology and the Institute of Quality and Resources of the Chinese Academy of Thermal Sciences, in cooperation with Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, University of Illinois, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Columbia University, and other 13 units, mapped the high-quality reference genome of the cassava cultivar SC205 (South China 205). The haplotype genome map reveals important scientific issues such as allele expression and differentiation and its influence on important traits of cassava, as well as the evolutionary driving force of genome high heterozygosity, which has laid an important theoretical foundation for genetic improvement of cassava.

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Chen Gongyou’s team from the School of Agriculture and Biology, Shanghai Jiaotong University and American scientists discovered a new clone of rice bacterial blight resistance gene
By: Date: 2020-10-10 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

The research group of Professor Gongyou Chen from the School of Agriculture and Biology of Shanghai Jiaotong University and the research group of Professor Bing Yang from the Donald-Danfoss Plant Science Center of the Department of Plant Science, University of Missouri-Columbia collaborated in a recent joint publication in Plant Communications entitled”Xa1 allelic R genes activate rice blight” The research article “resistance suppressed by interfering TAL effectors” reported the latest research results of the Xa1 and its alleles narrowing the resistance spectrum of Xa1 and its alleles by the innate immunosuppressive factor iTALE of Xanthomonas oryzae.

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