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Chromatin interacting factor OsVIL2 increases biomass and rice grain yield
(Society for Experimental Biology and The Association of Applied Biologists and John Wiley & Sons, Plant Biotechnology Journal, 2018)
Grain number is an important agronomic trait. We investigated the roles of chromatin interacting factor Oryza sativa VIN3-LIKE 2 (OsVIL2), which controls plant biomass and yield in rice. Mutations in OsVIL2 led to shorter ...
KNOX Protein OSH15 Induces Grain Shattering by Repressing Lignin Biosynthesis Genes1[OPEN]
(Plant Physiology, 2017)
Seed shattering is an agronomically important trait. Two major domestication factors are responsible for this: qSH1 and SH5. Whereas qSH1 functions in cell differentiation in the abscission zone (AZ), a major role of SH5 ...