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Title 

The Oryza BAC resource: a genus-wide and genome scale tool for exploring rice genome evolution and leveraging useful genetic diversity from wild relatives

 

Oryza BAC 자원: 벼 유전체 진화연구와 야생종의 유전전 다양성을 활용하기 위한 '속' 수준의 유전체 툴

Authors 

J S S AmmirajuX SongM LuoN SisnerosA AngelovaD KudrnaHyeran KimY YuJ L GoicoecheaM LorieuxN KurataD BrarD WareS JacksonR A Wing

Publisher 

Japanese Society of Breeding

Issue Date 

2013

Citation 

Breeding Science, vol. 60, no. 5, pp. 536-543

Keywords 

BacsOMAPOryza

Abstract 

Rice was the first crop to have a high-quality reference genome sequence and is now at the forefront of intense functional and evolutionary research for two reasons-its central role in world food security, and its status as a model system for grasses. A thorough characterization of the rice genome cannot be accomplished without a deep understanding of its evolutionary history. The genus Oryza contains two cultivated and 22 wild rice species that represent 10 distinct genome types embedded within a robust phylogeny spanning a ~15 million year time span. The genus contains an untapped reservoir of agriculturally important traits and a historical record of genomic changes (especially those related to domestication, polyploidy, speciation and adaption).The two main objectives of the 'Oryza Map Alignment Project' (OMAP) were to functionally characterize the rice genome from a comparative standpoint and to provide essential tools to leverage the novel genetic diversity from wild relatives for rice improvement. The objective of this review is to summarize our efforts towards developing the most comprehensive genus-wide set of publicly available BAC resources for the genus Oryza, the first of its kind among plants (and perhaps higher eukaryotes), and their applications.

ISSN 

1344-7610

Link 

http://dx.doi.org/10.1270/jsbbs.60.536

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2019-05-02


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