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Oryza sativa Germplasm "Early Wataribune"

E.g., Germplasm "IRGC9542", RA4969, Basmati 1, Marker/locus RM22.
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Accession Name Early Wataribune
Institute(s) Holding Accession
Accession Number CIor9738
Germplasm Type N/A
Genus Oryza
Species sativa
Subspecies Japonica
Taxonomy Cross-Reference GR_tax:013684
toggle section  Experiments (5)
Title Design Polymorphism Type Allele Scoring Protocol PI(s) Comments Data
Genetic structure and diversity in Oryza sativa L. 234 rice accessions from wide geographical regions of the world genotyped at 169 nuclear and 2 chloroplast loci to elucidate diversity within subspecies Oryza sativa indica and japonica N/A McCouch-S-R, Tai-T-H Prediction of population structure was model-based (STRUCTURE) and based on data from 169 genomic SSRs. Reference: Garris et al., 2005. Show Allele Data
Genome-wide patterns of nucleotide polymorphism in domesticated rice SNP Assay N/A Caicedo-A-L Reference: Caicedo et al., 2007. Pervasive positive selection shapes genome-wide patterns of nucleotide polymorphism in domesticated Asian rice (Oryza sativa). Data for the STS paper was generated based up on TIGRv3 pseudomolecules. The data in this system is based upon version 4. Show Allele Data
Selection under domestication: Evidence for a sweep in the rice Waxy genomic region SNP assay. Sequence analysis across 500-kb region centered on Waxy N/A Olsen-K-M Reference: Olsen et al.,2006. Show Allele Data
Population Structure and Breeding Patterns of 145 U.S. Rice Cultivars Based on SSR Marker Analysis 115 U.S rice cultivars and 30 ancestral rice accessions introduced from Asia were genotyped by means of 169 genomic SSR markers. N/A McCouch-S-R, Tai-T-H Population structure was inferred using genetic-distance method with 169 SSR markers. Reference: Lu et al., 2005. Show Allele Data
Global dissemination of a single mutation conferring white pericarp in rice Genotyping of 440 geographically and genetically diverse rice cultivars using the rice indel RID 12 primers N/A Sweeney/McCouch Reference: Sweeney et. al. PLoS Genetics, 2007; Genotyping analysis revealed a single 14-bp deletion in the Rc gene is responsible for white pericarp in 97.9% of rice Show Allele Data
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