Plant Molecular Biology (2005) 59:999–1004 Contents of Volume 59 Vol. 59, No. 1 September (I) 2005 Special issue: Unlocking the secrets of the rice genome Guest editor: Rod Wing Editorial vii What it will take to Feed 5.0 Billion Rice consumers in 2030 G.S. Khush 1–6 How can we use genomics to improve cereals with rice as a reference genome? Y. Xu, S.R. McCouch, Q. Zhang 7–26 Where does the accurate rice genome sequence lead us? T. Sasaki, B. Antonio 27–32 Genome-wide introgression lines and their use in genetic and molecular dissection of complex phenotypes in rice (Oryza sativa L.) Z.-K. Li, B.-Y. Fu, Y.-M. Gao, J.-L. Xu, J. Ali, H.R. Lafitte, Y.-Z. Jiang, J. Domingo Rey, C.H.M. Vijayakumar, R. Maghirang, T.-Q. Zheng, L.-H. Zhu 33–52 The Oryza Map Alignment Project: the golden path to unlocking the genetic potential of wild rice species R.A. Wing, J.S.S. Ammiraju, M. Luo, H. Kim, Y. Yu, D. Kudrna, J.L. Goicoechea, W. Wang, W. Nelson, K. Rao, D. Brar, D.J. Mackill, B. Han, C. Soderlund, L. Stein, P. SanMiguel, S. Jackson 53–62 Molecular evidence for asymmetric evolution of sister duplicated blocks after cereal polyploidy H. Wang, L. Yu, F. Lai, L. Liu, J.
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Published: Sep 1, 2005
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