Adaptive Epigenetic Differentiation between Upland and Lowland Rice Ecotypes Revealed by Methylation-Sensitive Amplified Polymorphism.

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Hui Xia; Weixia Huang; Jie Xiong; Tao Tao; Xiaoguo Zheng; Haibin Wei; Yunxia Yue; Liang Chen; Lijun Luo;
  • Publisher: Public Library of Science (PLoS)
  • Journal: PLoS ONE,volume 11,issue 7 (issn: 1932-6203, eissn: 1932-6203)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC4933381, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0157810
  • Subject: Research Article | Chromatin modification | Ecology and Environmental Sciences | Species Diversity | Crops | Epigenetics | Chemical Reactions | Agriculture | Plant Physiology | Ecology | Grasses | Genetics | Physical Sciences | Plant-Environment Interactions | Plants | Chromosome biology | DNA | Osmotic Shock | Crop Science | Plant Science | Cereal Crops | DNA modification | Plant Defenses | Plant Pathology | Chemistry | Biology and Life Sciences | Research and Analysis Methods | Plant Ecology | Medicine | Nucleic acids | Ecological Metrics | Rice | Chromatin | Plant and Algal Models | DNA methylation | Q | R | Cell Biology | Model Organisms | Plant Resistance to Abiotic Stress | Methylation | Shannon Index | Biochemistry | Science | Organisms | Gene Expression
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The stress-induced epimutations could be inherited over generations and play important roles in plant adaption to stressful environments. Upland rice has been domesticated in water-limited environments for thousands of years and accumulated drought-induced epimutations ... View more
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