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ECD — a totally integrated database ofEscherichia coliK12

Ralf Wahl, Peter Rice, Catherine M. Rice, Manfred Kröger
1994 Nucleic Acids Research  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We like to thank Kenn Rudd (Bethesda) for his unpublished listing, and Peter Stoehr, David Hazeldine and Rainer Fuchs (EMBL) for constant flow of recent database additions.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/22.17.3450 pmid:7937044 pmcid:PMC308300 fatcat:2aciicnjxfeznnao4bchauroai

Rice grain protein composition influences instrumental measures of rice cooking and eating quality

Jeanette L. Balindong, Rachelle M. Ward, Lei Liu, Terry J. Rose, Laura A. Pallas, Ben W. Ovenden, Peter J. Snell, Daniel L.E. Waters
2018 Journal of Cereal Science  
1 Rice cultivar starch composition differences do not completely explain variation in rice 2 cooking and eating quality.  ...  Rice grain storage proteins possess divergent solubility properties 3 suggesting they may contribute to cultivar differences in rice grain quality.  ...  tubes. 107 Prolamins and albumins were extracted with 60% n-propanol while 5 M acetic acid was used 108 to isolate glutelins and globulins.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcs.2017.09.008 fatcat:bzye2akhwvetzihil254g3txjm

Deep and Comparative Transcriptome Analysis of Rice Plants Infested by the Beet Armyworm (Spodoptera exigua) and Water Weevil (Lissorhoptrus oryzophilus)

R. C. Venu, M. Sheshu Madhav, M. V. Sreerekha, Kan Nobuta, Yuan Zhang, Peter Carswell, Michael J. Boehm, Blake C. Meyers, Kenneth L. Korth, Guo-Liang Wang
2010 Rice  
The beet armyworm (Spodoptera exigua) and the rice water weevil (Lissorhoptrus oryzophilus) are two important insect pests in rice production.  ...  To identify insect-responsive genes in rice, we performed a deep transcriptome analysis of Nipponbare rice leaves infested with both beet armyworm and water weevil using massively parallel signature sequencing  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by US National Science Foundation awards 0321437 and 0701745 to B.C.M. and G.L.W. and funding from the Arkansas Rice Research and Promotion Board to K.L.K.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12284-010-9037-8 fatcat:yx6froqvpvfinhj2ffoi4vt7sm

Assessing the genetic diversity of rice originating from Bangladesh, Assam and West Bengal

Anthony J. Travis, Gareth J. Norton, Sutapa Datta, Ramendra Sarma, Tapash Dasgupta, Filipe L. Savio, Malcolm Macaulay, Peter E. Hedley, Kenneth L. McNally, Mahmud H. Sumon, M. Rafiqul Islam, Adam H. Price
2015 Rice  
Cultivars from the OryzaSNP set and Rice Diversity Panel 1 (RDP1) were also included for reference.  ...  Genetic diversity among rice cultivars from Bangladesh and North East India was assessed using a custom 384-SNP microarray assay.  ...  All rice seeds used here were obtained with MTA agreements and seed and dry leaves imported into the UK under import licence IMP⁄SOIL⁄18⁄2009 issued by Science and Advice for Scottish Agriculture.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12284-015-0068-z pmid:26626493 pmcid:PMC4667538 fatcat:qpjcn4a7jvhhnctwfnz2e7mibq

CYP701A8: A Rice ent-Kaurene Oxidase Paralog Diverted to More Specialized Diterpenoid Metabolism

Q. Wang, M. L. Hillwig, Y. Wu, R. J. Peters
2012 Plant Physiology  
These compounds are expected intermediates in biosynthesis of the oryzalexin and phytocassane families of rice antifungal phytoalexins, respectively, and can be detected in rice plants under the appropriate  ...  Rice (Oryza sativa) contains five CYP701A subfamily members in its genome, despite the fact that only one (OsKO2/CYP701A6) is required for GA biosynthesis.  ...  (Peters, Figure 3 .  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.111.187518 pmid:22247270 pmcid:PMC3291257 fatcat:on2y64iwavbx5mkbcm3atl6rmu

Upscaling methane emissions from rice paddies: Problems and possibilities

P. M. van Bodegom, Peter H. Verburg, Hugo A. C. Denier van der Gon
2002 Global Biogeochemical Cycles  
In this paper, different aspects of uncertainty in upscaling methane emissions from rice paddies are discussed.  ...  at Java Average Emission, g m À2 rice season À1 Spatial Heterogeneity, % Difference From Default, % Default estimate 34.5 53 0 Effects of model Model uncertainties n.d.  ...  Effects of data resolution on the estimate of methane emissions, expressed in g CH 4 m À2 rice season À1 , for Java with 20 Â 20 km grids, 40 Â 40 km grids, and 100 Â 100 km grids for the CSAR data set  ... 
doi:10.1029/2000gb001381 fatcat:fz2rxdrz6nbwflmjh4wcle5vzu

Italian weedy rice—A case of de‐domestication?

Annabelle Grimm, Vaidurya P. Sahi, Manuel Amann, Francesco Vidotto, Silvia Fogliatto, Katrien M. Devos, Aldo Ferrero, Peter Nick
2020 Ecology and Evolution  
Weedy rice poses a serious threat to rice yields worldwide. It is widely accepted that weedy rice has originated independently in different regions all over the world.  ...  In the current study, we investigated the history of weedy rice in northern Italy, the most important rice-growing area in Europe.  ...  ACK N OWLED G M ENTS Peter Nick: Conceptualization (equal); funding acquisition (lead); supervision (lead); visualization (equal); writing-original draft (equal); writing-review and editing (equal).  ... 
doi:10.1002/ece3.6551 pmid:32788993 pmcid:PMC7417233 fatcat:b7wo4a5oj5fvlajglbbtyqbbgq

Microbial processes of CH4 production in a rice paddy soil: model and experimental validation

Peter M. van Bodegom, Johannes C.M. Scholten
2001 Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta  
The importance of different anaerobic processes leading to CH 4 production in rice paddies is quantified by a combination of experiments and model.  ...  The model is calibrated with anaerobic incubation experiments with slurried rice soil, monitoring electron donors and electron acceptors influencing CH 4 production.  ...  Acknowledgments-The authors thank Jan Goudriaan, Peter Leffelaar, Reinoud Segers, and Fons Stams for useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0016-7037(01)00563-4 fatcat:lwtqmui4cvbv7co3m7jmnefa4q

Rice straw and energy reed fibers reinforced phenol formaldehyde resin polymeric biocomposites

K. M. Faridul Hasan, Péter György Horváth, Miklós Bak, Duong Hung Anh Le, Zsuzsanna Mária Mucsi, Tibor Alpár
2021 Cellulose  
The biocomposite developed from 100% energy reeds provided the higher mechanical properties compared to 100% rice straw.  ...  AbstractHerein, natural fiber (energy reeds and rice straw) reinforced with phenol formaldehyde (PF) polymeric resin biocomposites are developed and reported in this study.  ...  rice straw and 27.16 MPa MOR, 2.92 GPa MOE, 1.00 MPa IBS, and 8.06 TS for 50% rice straw and 50% coir fibers for medium density fiberboards (728 kg/m 3 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10570-021-04029-9 fatcat:naxrymetgngplknxkccf7hxwt4

Nonsymbiotic hemoglobins in rice are synthesized during germination and in differentiating cell types

E. J. H. Ross, L. Shearman, M. Mathiesen, Y. J. Zhou, R. Arredondo-Peter, G. Sarath, R. V. Klucas
2001 Protoplasma  
.; Mathiesen, M.; Zhou, Y.J.; Arredondo-Peter, R.; Sarath, Gautam; and Klucas, R. V., "Nonsymbiotic hemoglobins in rice are synthesized during germination and in differentiating cell types" (2001).  ...  Ns-Hbs were detected in soluble extracts of different tissues from the developing rice seedling by immunoblotting.  ...  Nonsymbiotic hemoglobins in rice are synthesized during germination and in differentiating cell types E. J. H. Ross 1 , L. Shearman 1 , M. Mathiesen 2 , Y. J. Zhou 2 , R. Arredondo-Peter 3 , G.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01306602 pmid:11770429 fatcat:h7v5wuiqtnhchgk6rntccbjioy

Assessment of efficacy of mutagenesis of gamma-irradiation in plant height and days to maturity through expression analysis in rice

Andrew-Peter-Leon M. T., S. Ramchander, Kumar K. K., Mehanathan Muthamilarasan, M. Arumugam Pillai, Randall P. Niedz
2021 PLoS ONE  
These mutants have potential as new rice varieties and can be used as new sources of semi-dwarfism and earliness for improving high grain quality rice varieties.  ...  Introduction of semi-dwarfism and early maturity in rice cultivars is important to achieve improved plant architecture, lodging resistance and high yield.  ...  In M 4 , 159 mutant families were evaluated and 70 were forwarded to M 5 . From this 70 in M 5 , 20 mutant families were selected and forwarded to the M 6 generation.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0245603 pmid:33449977 fatcat:zj573v4f75dkrb3jrelz6tk5za

Salt Induced Change of Gene Expression in Salt Sensitive and Tolerant Rice Species

Letícia C. Benitez, Luciano C. da Maia, Márcia V. Ribeiro, Camila Pegoraro, José A. Peters, Antonio C. de Oliveira, Ariano M. de M. J., Eugenia J. B. Braga
2013 Journal of Agricultural Science  
The aim of this study was to quantify the expression of the SalT, LTP-Plant, CDPK and PP1 genes, described as responsive to salinity in rice genotypes, describe the promoter region of these genes and identify  ...  In rice, the binding of a protein called RSS1 (Rice Salt Sensitive 1) to the catalytic site of PP1 protein activates/deactivates the cell division and progression of tissue under salt stress, enabling  ...  In rice, 29 CDPK genes with different physiological functions were identified (Holder, Ridzuan, & Green, 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.5539/jas.v5n10p251 fatcat:nxt6abgwbfftfe4wsxdg6v4xke

Socioeconomic Consequences of Mercury Use and Pollution

Edward B. Swain, Paul M. Jakus, Glenn Rice, Frank Lupi, Peter A. Maxson, Jozef M. Pacyna, Alan Penn, Samuel J. Spiegel, Marcello M. Veiga
2007 Ambio  
Miners and community members often breathe air with Hg concentrations above 50 lg m À3 -50 times the World Health Organization maximum public exposure guideline.  ...  Hg IN MANUFACTURING AND PRODUCTS: COM-PARTMENTS M AND P Sources of Hg to industries include new Hg from current mining (pathway OM) as well as recycled Hg (pathway RM).  ... 
doi:10.1579/0044-7447(2007)36[45:scomua]2.0.co;2 pmid:17408190 fatcat:iw6blqosnnggbbv7imw6ibwqqe

Shade Coffee: Update on a Disappearing Refuge for Biodiversity

Shalene Jha, Christopher M. Bacon, Stacy M. Philpott, V. Ernesto Méndez, Peter Läderach, Robert A. Rice
2014 BioScience  
For both economic and ecological resilience, the diversification of crops and livelihoods is essential for coffee producers (Rice RA 2008) .  ...  its cultivars are tolerant of lower elevation (up to 800 m) and full sun exposure and grow best at temperatures between 24 and 30 degrees Celsius (Wilson 1999) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/biosci/biu038 fatcat:v76bdd4o6fgyhlj5xyjtwh74hy
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