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Sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) is an economically vital crop that is a primary source of sugar in our food and is also used for ethanol production. Various studies have been performed to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying sugar accumulation in sugarcane, but the complex, polyploid genome...
Sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) is economically important in China. Ethylene is an important factor in regulating plant growth and sugar accumulation in sugarcane. 1-Aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid synthase (ACS) is a rate-limiting enzyme in ethylene biosynthesis. However, knowledge of the ACS...
The growth and productivity of a crop such as the oil palm are influenced by their complex interactions with the environment. However, the stochasticity of intricate biological systems such as plants is a challenge for accurate assessment of the interaction magnitude. In this study, oil palm...
This study sought to understand the genetic basis of the piping leaf margin phenotype in pineapple. To achieve this aim, a genome-wide association study (GWAS) using mixed linear regression and logistic regression analysis was conducted on three pineapple diversity panels including seedling...
Coffea liberica originally found near Monrovia in Liberia is the third commercially exploited coffee species known for its larger cherries, compared with those of Coffea arabica or Coffea canephora; it contributes less than one per cent of the marketed coffee. The latter reflects in part the...
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