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miR156f integrates panicle architecture through genetic modulation of branch number and pedicel length pathways.

著者 Yang X , Wang J , Dai Z , Zhao X , Miao X , Shi Z
Rice (N Y).2019 May 30 ; 12(1):40.
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Rice (Oryza sativa) panicle architecture is the major determinant of the ideal plant architecture that directly influence yield potential. Many genes influencing development of primary branches, secondary branches, spikelet and pedicel would also influence panicle architecture, which is thus a complex trait regulated by genes from various aspects. miR156, an extensively studied miRNA, has recently emerged as promising target for crop improvement because of its role in plant architecture regulation, such as the number of tillers, plant height and the panicle architecture. Increasing evidence suggests that miR156 might play an important role in panicle architecture regulation.
PMID: 31147794 [PubMed]
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