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Rice caryopses are enclosed by the outside glumes. It is long been acknowledged that the size and dimension of the outer glume is the main determinant that dictates the caryopsis size. However, it is unclear whether the development of caryopsis is completely dependent on the size of the glume, or it can grow and expand autonomously in spite of the constraint of glume enclosure. Here we report the identification of a mutant line that produces normal-sized glumes with smaller mature caryopsisdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-51139/v1 fatcat:ztxjfg3abjdpvcsrtyua7ryguq