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Fig. 8 | Rice

Fig. 8

From: The Elite Alleles of OsSPL4 Regulate Grain Size and Increase Grain Yield in Rice

Fig. 8

Aus vs. Indica and Japonica vs. Indica). A total of 592 rice accessions were used for analysis, including 46 aus, 295 indica and 156 japonica rice from RiceVarMap database, respectively. D Haplotype network of OsSPL4 among 10 wild and 592 cultivar rice accessions. Only haplotypes found in more than 10 rice accessions were used to construct the haplotype network. Each circle represents a haplotype and circle size is proportional to the haplotype frequency. Different colors refer to different rice subpopulations. Red star corresponds to OsSPL4A92V. IndI, indica I; IndII, indica II; IndInt, indica intermediate; Int, intermediate group between indica and japonica accessions; JapInt, japonica intermediate; Nivara, O. nivara; TrJ, tropical japonica; TeJ, temperate japonica; Rufipogon, O. rufipogon. VI, intermediate group between indica and japonica/Aromatic

The nucleotide diversity and haplotype network analysis of OsSPL4. A Nucleotide diversity (π) analysis in OsSPL4 gene and its flanking region (4 kb) based on the 10 wild and 3010 cultivated rice accessions. Nivara, O. nivara; Rufipogon, O. rufipogon. Y-axis indicates the π value and x-axis shows the genome location on chromosome 2 in rice. B Average nucleotide diversity (π) of OsSPL4 and its flanking region (2 kb). C Genetic differentiation (FST) across chromosome 2 between different subspecies (

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