Rice: The First Crop Genome

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Rice was the first sequenced crop genome, paving the way for the sequencing of additional and more complicated crop genomes. The impact that the genome sequence made on rice genetics and breeding research was immediate, as evidence by citations and DNA marker use. The impact on other crop genomes was evident too, particularly for those within the grass family. As we celebrate 10 years since the completion of the rice genome sequence, we look forward to new empowering tool sets that will further revolutionize research in rice genetics and breeding and result in varieties that will continue to feed a growing population.




Jackson, S. A. (2016, December 1). Rice: The First Crop Genome. Rice. Springer New York LLC. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12284-016-0087-4

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