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Improvement of Rice Agronomic Traits by Editing Type-B Response Regulators
International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Type-B response regulator proteins in rice contain a conserved receiver domain, followed by a GARP DNA binding domain and a longer C-terminus. Some type-B response regulators such as RR21, RR22 and RR23 are involved in the development of rice leaf, root, flower and trichome. In this study, to evaluate the application potential of type-B response regulators in rice genetic improvement, thirteen type-B response regulator genes in rice were respectively knocked out by using CRISPR/Cas9 genomedoi:10.3390/ijms232214165 pmid:36430643 pmcid:PMC9698459 fatcat:3su7crfs4vaqfpzpepz35dxpzu