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Rahman L, Khanam MS, Koh H-J (2008) QTL analysis for yield related traits using populations derived from an indica-japonica hybrid in rice ( Oryza sativa L .). Initial approaches included the secondary physiological traits as, the targets for selection. Genes conferring tolerance to submergence stress, salt stress, drought, blast, and blight diseases have already been deployed to rice varietal improvement. BMC. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 105(9):3646–3651. Available from: Goto F, Yoshihara T, Shigemoto N, Toki S, Takaiwa F (1999) Iron fortification of rice seed by the soybean ferritin gene. Much needed efforts are still required to go for, interspecic crosses to explore novel alleles and with their effecti, into the breeding programs for drought tolerance in rice. In 1995, ILTAB reported the first transfer through biotechnology of a resistance gene from a wild species of rice to a susceptible cultivated rice variety. Nat Genet [Internet]. ance of BT7 variety by using marker-assisted backcross (Linh etal. Available from: Xue W, Xing Y, Weng X, Zhao Y, Tang W, Wang L et al (2008) Natural variation in Ghd7 is an important regulator of heading date and yield potential in rice. Green revolution contributed significantly toward self-sufficiency of developing countries in rice production. Bashir K, Husnain T, Fatima T, Latif Z, Aks Mehdi S, Riazuddin S (2004) Field evaluation and risk assessment of transgenic indica basmati rice. tolerance in rice (Oryza sativa L.). [cited 2016 Mar 19];103(1):75–83. This has led to the topics regarding prevention of gene flow from transgenic crops to wild type. Available from: Pokharel RR, Duxbury JM, Abawai G (2012) Evaluation of protocol for assessing the reaction of rice and wheat germplasm to infection by meloidogyne graminicola. Available from: Linh LH, Linh TH, Xuan TD, Ham LH, Ismail AM, Khanh TD (2012). Pareek A, Sopory SK, Bohnert HJ (eds). pp 195–213. Munns R, Tester M (2008) Mechanisms of salinity tolerance. Howe, RTSV can also infect the resistant NIL.Infection of R, rmed by reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction (R, mulation in another NIL (BC6), TW16-1029, indicated that all plants of TW16-, were segregating among the individual plants of, results suggest that RTD resistance of Utri Merah in, Transformation of rice with the RHBV nucleocapsid protein (, signicant reduction in disease development (Lentini et, Reactions were observed that ranged from susceptible to completely resistant plants, (immunity). Rice grown in different en, whereas upland rice is invariably infested by, cies. Crop J [Internet]. [cited 2016 Mar 22];166(4):855–862. Ye G-Y, Shu Q-Y, Yao H-W, Cui H-R, Cheng X-Y, Hu C et al (2001) Field evaluation of resistance of transgenic rice containing a synthetic cry1Ab gene from Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner to two stem borers. Rice biotechnology. Green revolution contributed significantly toward self-sufficiency of developing countries in rice production. reproductive stages. Available from: Kawahigashi H, Hirose S, Ohkawa H, Ohkawa Y (2007) Herbicide resistance of transgenic rice plants expressing human CYP1A1. Apart from, genetic understanding of important traits, biotechnology has a key role in product, development. J Plant Physiol [Internet] 162(4):465–472 Available from: Wang E, Wang J, Zhu X, Hao W, Wang L, Li Q et al (2008) Control of rice grain-filling and yield by a gene with a potential signature of domestication. cabdirect.org/abstracts/19901615238.html;jsessionid=AB673CDEA74E8A7D4788884399E0, rice germplasm for iron and zinc concentration in brown rice and seed dimensions. In: Lamkey KR, Lee M (eds). Similarly double haploid plants are, highly important for geneticists to study the recessive gene functions and for plant. Afar, and many other places where the agro-ecological conditions are suitable. Plant Biotechnol [Internet]. The largest QTL on chromo-, some 1 which had a LOD score of 11.2 and R, locus and had the tolerant allele from IR72 which suggests that an alternative path-, way may be present in this variety that is independent of the ethylene-dependent, can be combined with Sub1 using marker-assisted backcrossing in an effort to, enhance the level of submergence tolerance for ood-prone areas (T, date genes, e.g., for ethanol synthesis, using sense and antisense constructs. Therefore, considerable efforts are now being undertak. Springer, Dordrecht; [cited 2016 Apr 3]. Although those fundamental studies use efficient protocols to uncover and validate gene functions, screening conditions differ greatly from field drought environments where the onset of drought stress symptoms is slow (2-3 weeks). Trends Plant Sci [Internet]. A. Datta K, Baisakh N, Ganguly M, Krishnan S, Overexpression of Arabidopsis and rice stress genes’ inducible transcription f, drought and salinity tolerance to rice. eld evaluation, and agronomic performance of transgenic herbicide resistant rice. Available from: Singh RK, Redoña E, Refuerzo L (2010) Abiotic Stress Adaptation in Plants [Internet]. rice insect pests. Available from: Liu G, Jia Y, Prado GA, Yeater KM, Mcclung A, Correll JC (2009) Mapping quantitative trait loci for resistance to sheath blight in rice. They observed similar results for transgenic rice expressing. e ) under eld conditions medinalis ( Guen e. Crop Prot [Internet]. Mol Biol [Internet]. Am J Clin Nutr [Internet]. [cited 2016 Mar 21];17(5):897–904. selection of a brown planthopper resistance gene bph2in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Jahan G, Hassan L, Begum SN, Islam SN (2013) Identification of Iron rich rice genotypes in Bangladesh using chemical analysis. Demand for rice continues to increase due to the ever increasing rice consumer base. A number of quantitative trait loci (QTLs) and genes have been identified and used in varietal improvement. Using both agronomic traits and disease severity as criteria, sev, a stable manner. [cited 2016 Mar 21];165(2):688–704. [cited 2016 Apr 6];99(3–4):383–390. JPlant … [Internet]. Int Rice Res Notes [Internet]. oryzae. [cited 2016 Mar 26];59:313–339. species through genetic engineering efforts. Bot [Internet]. Available from: Sun L-H, Wang C-M, Su C-C, Liu Y-Q, Zhai H-Q, Wan J-M (2006) Mapping and marker-assisted selection of a brown planthopper resistance gene bph2 in rice (Oryza sativa L.). J Rice Res 4:8–10. Nematode parasites of rice. Rice Biotechnol [Internet]. pleiotropic control of several traits, including the number of grains per panicle, plant height, and heading date (hence the name Ghd). tal events that are typical of root-infecting pathogens. Paddy Rice. Bridge J, Luc M, Plowright RA (1990). http://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search. Theor, Amante AD, Pena R de la, Sitch LA, Leung H, Mew. Omonrice [Internet]. This is a preview of subscription content. [cited 2016 Apr 6]; Available from: Lee TTT, Wang MMC, Hou RCW, Chen L-J, Su R-C, Wang C-S et al (2003) Enhanced methionine and cysteine levels in transgenic rice seeds by the accumulation of sesame 2S albumin. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 67(8):1699–1705. Plant Mol Biol [Internet]. More than 200 species of plant-parasitic nematodes, (PPNs) have been reported to be associated with rice (Prot, are the important PPNs associated with rice-based cropping systems (Sharma and, considered as the major problem in rainfed, upland, and lowland rice elds, whereas, and wheat is considered the most serious nematode in upland rice cultivation. The “advanced backcross QTL analysis” and “exotic, libraries” are other approaches that increase the efciency of harnessing natural biodi. [cited 2016 Apr 10]; Available from: Jung S, Chung JS, Chon SU, Kuk YI, Lee HJ, Guh JO et al (2004) Expression of recombinant protoporphyrinogen oxidase influences growth and morphological characteristics in transgenic rice. Biotechnology influences the healthcare industry in different ways. [cited 2016 Mar 26];12(2):43–46. The production and signaling, via phytohormones are inuenced by genetic, developmental, and en, phytohormones which include that of auxins (Aux), cytokinins (CKs), and strigo-, ent plant organs necessary for plant development (Domagalska and Le, well-known concept in apical dominance had shown the role of CK and, regulation of shoot apical meristem in rice (Azizi et, observed to promote branching, leading to an increase in the numbers of spikelet in, rice, while Aux, provided by the primary shoot ape, outgrowth of lateral branches, and the decreased level of CK results in the increase. Part of Springer Nature. Am-Euras Journal Agriculture & Environmental Science. B International with International Rice Research Institute. Japanese J, [Internet] 14 [cited 2016 Mar 27];62(3):378–384. Rice-Wheat Consortium paper series 4.Rice-Wheat Consortium for the IndoGangatic Plains, New Delhi. Available from: Maeda H, Nemoto H, Yagi T, Fukuta Y (1999) QTL analysis for rice stripe disease resistance using recombinant inbred lines (RILs) derived from crossing between Milyang 23 and Akihikari. Nat Genet [Internet]. Advances in genetics, genomics and control of rice blast disease [Internet]. of stress tolerance in plants [Internet]. Cloning and functional characterization of genes that may be asso-, ciated to or directly related to yield traits have led to considerable progress in the. JExp Bot [Internet] 67(4):1191–1200 A, stripe disease resistance gene using recombinant inbred lines (RILs) derived from crossing of, Dingkuhn M, Sow A, Manneh B (2015) Field phenomics for response of a rice di, ten environments in Senegal and Madagascar, QTL genes concerted around a co-localized transcription factor underpins a large effect, Domagalska MA, Leyser O (2011) Signal integration in the control of shoot branching. Available from: Mishra KK, Vikram P, Yadaw RB, Swamy BPM, Dixit S, Teresa M et al (2013) qDTY 12. Available from: Platten JD, Cotsaftis O, Berthomieu P, Bohnert H, Davenport RJ, Fairbairn DJ et al (2006) Nomenclature for HKT transporters, key determinants of plant salinity tolerance. Plant J52(1):157–166, associated with rice grain length and validated as a functional marker, Fukai S, Cooper M (1995) Development of drought-resistant cultiv, Ganesan U, Suri SS, Rajasubramaniam S, Rajam MV, coat protein gene of Rice tungro bacilliform virus in rice reduces the accumulation of viral, Gatehouse A (1992) Control of insect pests by plant genetic engineering. Biotechnol Adv 25(1):75–84, Kellogg EA (2013) C4 photosynthesis. Theor, Li S, Qian Q, Fu Z, Zeng D, Meng X, Kyozuka Jetal (2009) Short panicle1 encodes a putative, PTR family transporter and determines rice panicle size. each leaf axil which subsequently generates a few lateral leaves to form the axillary, lers. Plant Sci [Internet]. Septiningsih EM, Sanchez DL, Singh N, Sendon PMD, Pamplona AM, Heuer S et al (2012) Identifying novel QTLs for submergence tolerance in rice cultivars IR72 and Madabaru. Available from: Ookawa T, Ishihara K (1993) Varietal difference of the cell wall components affecting the bending stress of the culm in relation to the lodging resistance in paddy rice. Breeding of improved varieties to ov, has mainly relied on FR13A, a tolerant landrace from Odisha, India that can tolerate. Biotechnology May 2003 (revised) BIO-3 . 29. Broadly, this included tissue culture, marker-assisted breeding, and genetic engineering. The application of tissue cul-, ture technology, as a central tool or as an adjunct to other methods, including recom-, binant DNA techniques, is at the vanguard in plant modication and impro, for agriculture, horticulture, and forestry. pp19–54. Elsevier B.V. Mew T (1987) Current status and future prospects of research on bacterial blight of rice. Springer, Netherlands; 0(3):207–215. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A [Internet]. J Agric Sci 21:16–20. Demand for rice continues to increase due to the ever increasing rice consumer base. Lang N thi, Buu B, Ismail A (2008) Molecular mapping and marker-assisted selection for salt tolerance in rice (Oryza sativa L.). major attribute that confers increased drought resistance on traditional rice varieties, and hence increased rooting depth and density would increase the capacity to extract. (, of Indian upland rice cultivar Kalinga III through marker, The identication of QTLs with a major effect on grain yield raises new hopes of, improving grain yield under drought through marker-assisted breeding (T, been reported for grain yield under lowland drought stress explaining 32 and 36% of, for grain yield under reproductive-stage drought stress (qDTY1.1) showed an additi, effect of 29.3%, 24.3%, and 16.1, GY in non-stress situations. [cited 2016 Mar, sion and characterization of cDNA clones. Hence the present review describes an overview of the main rice pre-harvest operations traditionally used by in Ethiopian farmers and highlights attempts made to introduce appropriate pre-harvest technologies for reducing drudgery and improving efficiencies in rice production. Posted on March 23, 2015. J Exp Bot 63(2):757–772. showed agronomic traits similar to the uninoculated, non-transgenic Cica 8 control. Theor, genes associated with root morphology and drought avoidance in rice via linkage to molecular, markers. pression of calcium-dependent protein kinase, enhanced growth under either salt or drought stress (Rohila and Jain, Flooding and submergence are recurring problems for rice farming, especially in, yielding varieties are intolerant to ooding, farmers in these areas depend on tradi-, tional low-yielding varieties that can tolerate ooded conditions. These yield QTLs also govern highly heritable key secondary traits, such as leaf drying, canopy temperature, panicle harvest index and harvest index. to make or modify a product, to improve plants or animals or to engineer micro-organisms for specific uses. Available from: Obara M, Tamura W, Ebitani T, Yano M, Sato T, Yamaya T (2010) Fine-mapping of qRL6.1, a major QTL for root length of rice seedlings grown under a wide range of NH4(+) concentrations in hydroponic conditions. Int Rice Res Newsl [Internet]. All of these highlight the role of biotechnology in increasing rice yield potential. Expression of Arabidopsis DREB1C improves survi. Int, Rice Res Notes [Internet]. Price AH, Steele KA, Moore BJ, Barraclough PP, linkage map of upland rice ( Oryza sativa L.) used to identify QTLs for root-penetration ability, Prot J(1994) Combination of nematodes, Sesbania rostrata, and rice: the two sides of the coin. Available from: Zhang Y-X, Wang Q, Jiang L, Liu L-L, Wang B-X, Shen Y-Y et al (2011) Fine mapping of qSTV11(KAS), a major QTL for rice stripe disease resistance. These techniques provide opportunity to utilize, genetic resources from distant relatives of rice. Exploitation of 3K genome sequence and the use of high-, density SNP genotyping platform along with next-generation sequencing (NGS), may help to accelerate molecular breeding for improved rice cultiv, (GM) rice may bring have been raised. compared to non-transgenic controls, two independent transgenic lines showed sig-, a concomitant reduction of tungro symptoms. paper are to provide highlights on major complementarities of rice- livestock Plant Biotechnol J 7(7):611–620. (1996) Identifying and Mapping a New Gene for Bacterial Blight Resistance in Rice Based. Available from: Toriyama K, Sakurai Y, Ezuka A, Sakurai Y (1966) The breeding of resistant varieties for rice stripe virus. p. 1156. Biofortication takes advantage of the regular daily intake of staple food by all, family members. [cited 2016 Mar 26];59:313–339. Steele etal. [cited 2016. tolerance in Mekong Delta. There is a broad scope of biotechnology in modern-day agriculture. Nematol … [Internet] 34:3–8. Plant Physiol [Internet]. reported to increase grain productivity in rice (Miura etal. The transgenic Pusa Basmati1 line, widely used Chinese rice varieties through an, tion system and obtained transgenic plants highly resistant to bacterial blight, The detrimental effects of viruses in rice yield have posed a challenge in the past, years. and S627I mutations into the ALS gene which resulted in the generation of hyper, Transgenic approach has also been used to introduce herbicide-resistant genes, into rice from other organisms. latter accessions belonged to the African rice, to mixed genetic groups. Drought is an ideal trait for improvement through MAS though it has been dif-, cult to be managed through conventional phenotypic selection. root systems avoided drought better than those with more shallow root systems. PLoS One 7(1):1–10, basic leucine zipper transcription factor family for conferring abscisic acid sensitivity and, salinity and drought tolerance in rice. Plant Physiol [Internet]. F Crop Res 128(March):8–16. In: International Workshop on Bacterial Blight of Rice Los Banos, Laguna (Philippines) 14–18 Mar 1988 [Internet]. International Rice Research Institute (2013) Wild parent spawns super salt-tolerant rice [Internet]. DH lines with both of these drought-tolerance-associated QTLs exhibited the most stable tiller formation. challenging how to sustain livestock keeping in the system. Nine and 24 QTLs for physio-morphological and plant production traits were identified in managed and natural drought stress conditions in the TPEs, respectively. Mol Plant [Internet]. Plant Sci [Internet]. The progenies representing three independent transformation events, were challenged with Indian isolates of RTBV using viruliferous GLH and the viral. [cited 2016 Apr 4];77(6):1537S–1543. [cited 2016 Mar 30]. Annu Rev Plant Biol [Internet]. Nat … [Internet]. Plant Cell [Internet] 23(6):2087–2105 Available from: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=3160039{{}{&}{}}tool=pmcentrez{{}{&}{}}rendertype=abstract, Gregorio G (1997) Tagging salinity tolerance genes in rice using amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP). It is mainly grown in the developing world. Sci China C Life Sci 43(4):361–368. J Food Sci Technol 50(6):1035–1046, Bernier J, Kumar A, Ramaiah V, Spaner D, Atlin G (2007) A large-effect QTL for grain yield under reproductive-stage drought stress in upland rice. Conventional breeding for drought tolerance in rice has met with little success, heritability and high G×E interaction (Zhang and Creelman, many drought researchers have shifted to direct selection of large-ef, higher grain yield (GY) under drought stress against the earlier thought that herita-, bility (H) of yield under drought stress might be low, ate advanced lines under both drought stress and irrigated control situations to select, lines combining high yield under both situations. qSNC-7 for shoot Na+ concentration (Lin etal. In: Rice– germplasm, genetics and improv, current-advances-on-genetic-resistance-to-rice-blast-disease. PR106, which is widely grown in Punjab, India, using marker-assisted selection. Role of biotechnology – Crop modification Biotechnology is the alteration of living organisms to develop or make products that help us. Overexpression of a NA, stress conditions at the vegetative and reproducti, way resulted in transgenic rice plants with enhanced tolerance to drought and salin-, driven by a stress-inducible rice lip9 promoter showed higher tolerance to dehydra-, Late embryogenesis abundant (LEA) proteins are important stress-inducible pro-. In recent years, advances in molecular marker, genome mapping, and quantitative trait loci (QTL) analysis technologies have greatly facilitated the studies on the genetic bases of these yield components, ... Thirdly, the scarcity of adequately and uniformly distributed molecular markers for large effect QTLs fine mapping. F Crop Res [Internet]. Plant Growth Regul 42(3):283–288. Aust J Plant Physiol 28(28):1231–1241 ST – Effects of manipulation of pyruvat. Jalmagna, a traditional oating rice variety of Eastern India, has, ). Plant Mol Biol 13:53–68. A, Patkar RN, Chattoo BB (2006) Transgenic indica rice expressing ns-L, enhanced resistance to both fungal and bacterial pathogens. [cited 2016 Mar 21];214:106–112. Nature Publishing Group; [cited 2016 Mar 4];23(4):482–487. Role of Biotechnology in Sustainable rice production Available from: Ye X, Al-Babili S, Klöti A, Zhang J, Lucca P, Beyer P et al (2000) Engineering the provitamin A (beta-carotene) biosynthetic pathway into (carotenoid-free) rice endosperm. the chitinase gene (for tolerance of sheath blight) in rice by reciprocal crossing. A, Bajaj S, Mohanty A (2005) Recent advances in rice biotechnology-, transgenic rice. Plant Sci [Internet]. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S. [Internet]. Thus, the seedling and reproductive stages are the most vulnerable to salt stress, with considerable impacts on survival and grain yield. [cited 2016, McWilliam JR (1989) The dimensions of drought. 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