Haiyan Xiong's research while affiliated with China Agricultural University and other places

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Background Most agronomic traits in rice are complex and polygenic. The identification of quantitative trait loci (QTL) for grain length is an important objective of rice genetic research and breeding programs. ResultsHerein, we identified 99 QTL for grain length by GWAS based on approximately 10 million single nucleotide polymorphisms from 504 cul...
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Rice is the major source of food for over half of the world's population. As a model cereal crop, the complete genome sequence of rice has become fundamental for analyzing gene functions and relating them to practical applications in plants. At present, rice researchers devote much effort to generating mutants and tagged lines, or utilizing elite g...

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... Therefore, LA involved only two or several alleles at the same locus, and parental material could only represent a small portion of the phenotypic variation associated with the species. With the development of sequencing technology, some genes related to grain weight and grain shape in rice, were excavated by genomewide association study (GWAS) using natural germplasm populations, such as GW5 (Liu et al., 2017), OsLG3 (Yu et al., 2017) and GLW7 (Si et al., 2016). The natural germplasm populations used for association analysis were generally with extensive variation and there was no need to construct genetic segregation populations. ...
... Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is the second most important cereal crop in terms of production area and the staple food for nearly half of the world's people [ [1,2]]. In Asia, more than 90 % of paddy is consumed, where it is the staple food for the majority of the population, including the region's 560 million hungry people [3]. ...