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Fig. 7 | Rice

Fig. 7

From: Rice miR1432 Fine-Tunes the Balance of Yield and Blast Disease Resistance via Different Modules

Fig. 7

miR1432 and its target genes regulate rice yield traits. a The gross morphology of the OX1432, MIM1432, OXEFH1, and OXACOT lines planted in a paddy yard during the normal growing season in Sichuan province, the Southwest of China in 2020. Scale bars, 50 cm. be the panicle number, grain number per panicle, grain weight, and grain yield per plant of the indicated lines. Data are shown as mean ± SD (n = 5 independent samples). Different letters above the bars show significant differences (P < 0.05) as determined by the One-way Tukey–Kramer test. f Photo of grains per plant of the OX1432, MIM1432, OXEFH1, OXACOT lines, and the Nipponbare control. Bars = 5 cm. g A model of miR1432 coordinates rice immunity and grain yield via OsEFH1 and OsACOT1 that play different roles in the regulation of yield and resistance

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