Transcriptomic profiling of mature embryo from an elite super-hybrid rice LYP9 and its parental lines

  • Ge X
  • Chen W
  • Song S
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The mature embryo of rice (Oryza sativa, L.) is a synchronized and integrated tissue mass laying the foundation at molecular level for its growth, development, and differentiation toward a developing and ultimately a mature plant. We carried out an EST (expressed-sequence-tags)-based transcriptomic study, aiming at gaining molecular insights into embryonic development of a rice hybrid triad-an elite hybrid rice LYP9 and its parental lines (93-11 and PA64s)-and possible relatedness to heterosis.

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  • Xiaomeng Ge

  • Weihua Chen

  • Shuhui Song

  • Weiwei Wang

  • Songnian Hu

  • Jun Yu

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