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Waxy allele diversification in foxtail millet (Setaria italica) landraces of Taiwan

-meng Kuo, Song-yu Yin. Funding acquisition: Yann-rong Lin. Investigation: Shu-meng Kuo, Yu-ru Chen, Song-yu Yin, Qing-xiong Ba. Resources: Yu-ru Chen, Qing-xiong Ba, Yuan-ching Tsai, Warren H. J. Kuo ... . Supervision: Yann-rong Lin. Writing ? original draft: Shu-meng Kuo, Song-yu Yin, Yann-rong Lin. Writing ? review & editing: Shu-meng Kuo, Yuan-ching Tsai, Warren H. J. Kuo, Yann-rong Lin. 15 / 18 16 / 18 27

A northern Chinese origin of Austronesian agriculture: new evidence on traditional Formosan cereals

BackgroundGenetic data for traditional Taiwanese (Formosan) agriculture is essential for tracing the origins on the East Asian mainland of the Austronesian language family, whose homeland is generally placed in Taiwan. Three main models for the origins of the Taiwanese Neolithic have been proposed: origins in coastal north China (Shandong); in coastal central China (Yangtze...

Broomcorn and foxtail millet were cultivated in Taiwan about 5000 years ago

Background Archaeobotanical remains of millet were found at the Nan-kuan-li East site in Tainan Science Park, southern Taiwan. This site, dated around 5000–4300 BP, is characterized by remains of the Tapenkeng culture, the earliest Neolithic culture found so far in Taiwan. A large number of millet-like carbonized and charred seeds with varied sizes and shapes were unearthed from...

Distribution of new satellites and simple sequence repeats in annual and perennial Glycine species

The repeat sequences occupied more than 50 % of soybean genome. In order to understand where these repeat sequences distributed in soybean genome and its related Glycine species, we examined three new repeat sequences—soybean repeat sequence (SBRS1, SBRS2 and SBRS3), some nonspecific repeat sequences and 45S rDNA on several Glycine species, including annual and perennial...

Lack of Genotype and Phenotype Correlation in a Rice T-DNA Tagged Line Is Likely Caused by Introgression in the Seed Source

Rice (Oryza sativa) is one of the most important crops in the world. Several rice insertional mutant libraries are publicly available for systematic analysis of gene functions. However, the tagging efficiency of these mutant resources–the relationship between genotype and phenotype–is very low. We used whole-genome sequencing to analyze a T-DNA–tagged transformant from the Taiwan...