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Genome-wide Identification and Transcriptional Characterization of Dna Methyltransferases Conferring Temperature-sensitive Male Sterility in Wheat
Background: DNA methyltransferase (DMT) genes contribute to plant stress responses and development by de novo establishment and subsequent maintenance of DNA methylation during replication. The photoperiod or/and temperature-sensitive genic male sterile (P/TGMS) lines play an important role in hybrid seed production of wheat. However, only few studies have been reported about the effect of the DMT genes on temperature-sensitive male sterility of wheat. Although DMT genes have been researched indoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-81486/v1 fatcat:sch5qd4qlza4jepixosfblz7au