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  1. Coordinated transcriptional modulation of large gene sets depends on the combinatorial use of cis-regulatory motifs in promoters. We postulate that promoter content similarities are diagnostic for co-expressing g...

    Authors: Stuart Meier, Chris Gehring, Cameron Ross MacPherson, Mandeep Kaur, Monique Maqungo, Sheela Reuben, Samson Muyanga, Ming-Der Shih, Fu-Jin Wei, Samart Wanchana, Ramil Mauleon, Aleksandar Radovanovic, Richard Bruskiewich, Tsuyoshi Tanaka, Bijayalaxmi Mohanty, Takeshi Itoh…

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9017

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  2. The increasing world population and global climate change have made optimizing crop plant return both crucial and urgent. Furthermore, improved understanding of crop yield potential as well as the implementati...

    Authors: Xian-Jun Song and Motoyuki Ashikari

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9018

    Content type: Review

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  3. Recently, a dual or multiple origin of domesticated rice has been the prevailing opinion among rice scientists because rice is clearly differentiated into two major varietal groups, indica and japonica, and se...

    Authors: Duncan A. Vaughan, Bao-Rong Lu and Norihiko Tomooka

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9000

    Content type: Review

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  4. Metabolomics is a recently developed technology for comprehensive analysis of metabolites in organisms. Plant metabolites that are produced for the growth, development, and chemical defense of plants against c...

    Authors: Akira Oikawa, Fumio Matsuda, Miyako Kusano, Yozo Okazaki and Kazuki Saito

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9009

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  5. Regulatory small RNAs (approximately 20 to 24 nt in length) are produced through pathways that involve several key evolutionarily conserved protein families; the variants of these proteins found in plants are ...

    Authors: Stacey A. Simon, Jixian Zhai, Jia Zeng and Blake C. Meyers

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9008

    Content type: Review

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  6. Increasing the iron (Fe) and zinc (Zn) concentrations of staple foods, such as rice, could solve Fe and Zn deficiencies, which are two of the most serious nutritional problems affecting humans. Mugineic acid f...

    Authors: Hiroshi Masuda, Motofumi Suzuki, Kendi Claudio Morikawa, Takanori Kobayashi, Hiromi Nakanishi, Michiko Takahashi, Masahiko Saigusa, Satoshi Mori and Naoko K. Nishizawa

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9007

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  7. Flowering time is a key trait for geographical and seasonal adaptation of plants and is an important consideration for rice breeders. Recently identified genetic factors provide new insights into this complex ...

    Authors: Hiroyuki Tsuji, Shojiro Tamaki, Reina Komiya and Ko Shimamoto

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9005

    Content type: Review

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  8. The Committee on Gene Symbolization, Nomenclature and Linkage (CGSNL) of the Rice Genetics Cooperative has revised the gene nomenclature system for rice (Oryza) to take advantage of the completion of the rice gen...

    Authors: Susan R. McCouch

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9004

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  9. Opportunities abound to apply crop science to solving many of the world’s food problems. International agricultural research centers (IARCs) provide a window through which students can see the need for improve...

    Authors: Ronald L. Phillips, Noel P. Magor, David Shires, Hei Leung, Susan R. McCouch and Duncan Macintosh

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9003

    Content type: Brief Communication

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  10. Here, we present the results of a comprehensive study of the distribution, evolution, heterogeneity, and phylogenetic relationships of the Ty3-Gypsy Atlantys long terminal repeat retrotransposable element family ...

    Authors: Andrea Zuccolo, Jetty S. S. Ammiraju, HyeRan Kim, Abhijit Sanyal, Scott Jackson and Rod A. Wing

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9002

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  11. Research into rice—the world’s most important food crop—is crucial for the development of technologies that will increase productivity for farmers who rely on rice for their livelihood. This is particularly th...

    Authors: Robert S. Zeigler and Adam Barclay

    Citation: Rice 2008 1:9001

    Content type: Editorial

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