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Haplotypes of qGL3 and their roles in grain size regulation with GS3 alleles in rice

Y. D. Zhang, Zhu, Z., Zhao, Q. Y., Chen, T., Yao, S., Zhou, L. H., Zhao, L., Zhao, C. F., Wang, C. L., Zhang, Y. D., Zhu, Z., Zhao, Q. Y., Chen, T., Yao, S., Zhou, L. H., Zhao, L., Zhao, C. F., Wang, C. L., Zhang, Y. D., Zhu, Z., Zhao, Q. Y., Chen, T., Yao, S., Zhou, L. H., Zhao, L., Zhao, C. F., and Wang, C. L., Haplotypes of qGL3 and their roles in grain size regulation with GS3 alleles in rice, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Grain size is an important trait that directly influences rice yield. The qGL3 and GS3 genes are two putative regulators that play a role in grain size determination. A single rare nucleotide substitution (C→A) at position 1092 in exon 10 of qGL3 might be responsible for variations in grain size. However, little is known about the haplotype variations of qGL3 and their interactions with GS3 during the regulation of grain length and grain weight.

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