Rice Breeding Australia Annual Results: September 2023 to August 2024
As part of this project, Rice Breeding Australia Ltd. (RBA) has rapidly evolved the previous rice breeding program despite significant challenges in its first year...
Published: 6 Feb 2006
Author(s): Upadhyaya, Narayana M., et al
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In conjunction with a complementary project being funded by the NSW Agricultural Genomics Centre, this project has produced new constructs and protocols for improved efficiency of mutagenesis and subsequent screening for stable insertion mutants. This research group has now developed collaborations with national and international laboratories to expand the Rice Gene Machine resource development as well as utilization. Using this Rice Gene Machine, this group is now concentrating on identifying genes controlling important agronomic traits such as seedling vigour and grain quality.