2021
DOI: 10.1101/2021.03.07.434240 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Grain size is determined by the number of cells and cell size of the grain. Regulation of grain size is crucial for improving crop yield. However, the genes and underlying molecular mechanisms controlling grain size remain elusive. Here we report a member of Detoxification efflux carrier (DTX)/Multidrug and Toxic Compound Extrusion (MATE) family transporter, BIG RICE GRAIN 1 (BIRG1), negatively regulates the grain size in rice. BIRG1 is highly expressed in reproductive organs and roots. In birg1 grain, the siz… Show more

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“…TraesCS3A01G499300 , the candidate gene for 3AL QTL, was an ortholog of OsPEZ2 , an efflux transporter for phenolics that served as chelators to facilitate metal uptake by root in rice ( Bashir et al, 2011 ; Ishimaru et al, 2011 ). A very recent study demonstrated the pivotal roles of MATE family genes of protein detoxification for metal uptake and transport in rice roots and stems, further supporting the potential role of TraesCS3A01G499300 on Zn/Fe homeostasis ( Ren et al, 2021 ). Abundant sequence variations of the gene between ZM175 and LX987 were observed and provided strong evidence that it is possibly the causal gene and deserves further studies.…”
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“…TraesCS3A01G499300 , the candidate gene for 3AL QTL, was an ortholog of OsPEZ2 , an efflux transporter for phenolics that served as chelators to facilitate metal uptake by root in rice ( Bashir et al, 2011 ; Ishimaru et al, 2011 ). A very recent study demonstrated the pivotal roles of MATE family genes of protein detoxification for metal uptake and transport in rice roots and stems, further supporting the potential role of TraesCS3A01G499300 on Zn/Fe homeostasis ( Ren et al, 2021 ). Abundant sequence variations of the gene between ZM175 and LX987 were observed and provided strong evidence that it is possibly the causal gene and deserves further studies.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning