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‎A tiller is a stem produced by grass plants, and refers to all shoots that grow after the initial parent shoot grows from a seed. Tillers are segmented, each segment possessing its own two-part leaf. They are involved in vegetative propagation and, in some cases, also seed production. "Tillering" refers to the production of side...

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The Rice Plant - RICEHUB

‎The group of tillers produced by a single plant constitutes a rice hill. Tillering ability is a function of the variety, but is also influenced by growing conditions and crop management practices. Leaves: The leaves grow alternately on the stem, with one leaf per node. The last leaf wrapping the panicle is called the panicle leaf or...

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Yield and tillering response of super hybrid rice Liangyoupeijiu to ...

Tillering in rice (Oryza sativa L.) is an important agronomic trait for panicle number per unit land area as well as grain production [1]. The panicle-bearing tiller rate influences the grain yield of rice [2] and excessive tillering leads to high tiller abortion, poor grain setting, small panicle size, and further reduction in grain yield [3...

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Control of tillering in rice | Nature

‎Development of tillers plays an important role for getting high yields of rice by in- creasing number of panicles per plant. The tiller develops from an axillary bud which dif- ferentiated on an axil of a leaf of rice plants. Number of tillers per plant depends on the differentiation of axillary buds (referred to as tiller buds hereafter) at...

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Control of tillering in rice. - NCBI

‎Tillering in rice (Oryza sativa L.) is an important agronomic trait for grain production, and also a model system for the study of branching in monocotyledonous plants. Rice tiller is a specialized grain-bearing branch that is formed on the unelongated basal internode and grows independently of the mother stem (culm) by...

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Plant Height Measurement and Tiller Segmentation of Rice ... - DLSU

‎Presented at the DLSU Research Congress 2015. De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines. March 2-4, 2015. Plant Height Measurement and Tiller Segmentation of Rice Crops. Using Image Processing. Karol Paulette Constantino1, Elisha Jeremy Gonzales2, Lordd Michael Lazaro3,. Ellen Chelsea Serrano4 and Briane...

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Different types of rice tiller responses to nitrogen « Botany One

‎12 Jul 2017 ... Tillering is an important agronomic trait for rice population quality and grain production. In a recent study published in AoB PLANTS, Wang et al. found that nitrogen fertilizer application increased the number of rice tillers, but not every tiller contributed equally to the overall yield. Heterogeneity in tiller yield of...

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Control of Tiller Growth of Rice by OsSPL14 and Strigolactones ...

7 Sep 2012 ... Abstract. The architecture of rice is greatly influenced by the growth of tillers, i.e. vegetative shoot branches. OsSPL14, a member of the SQUAMOSA PROMOTER BINDING PROTEIN-LIKE (SPL) genes, and strigolactones (SLs) are known to suppress outgrowth of tiller buds. OsSPL14 also regulates panicle...

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Effects of Nitrogen and 6-Benzylaminopurine on Rice Tiller Bud ...

Rice (Oryza sativa L.) tillering is a model system for the study of branching in monocotyledonous plants. It is also an impor- tant agronomic trait for population quality and grain production (Li et al., 2003; Ling, 2000). Although moderate tillering contributes greatly to rice yields, excessive tillering leads to high tiller abortion,.

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Studies of the relationship between tillering and nitrogen uptake of ...

‎TILLERING AND NITROGEN UPTAKE OF RICE PLANT. Tabre 2. Tiller development on detached culm as affected by nitrogen level. 1 s. 2. Before. " Fig. 4. Location of starch (iodine test) in the culms before and after development of tiller primordia on nodes with varying internode length. Experiment 3: A large supply of.

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Molecular Dissection of the Relationships among Tiller Number ...

‎Appropriate plant height, tiller number and heading date are important traits for maximizing rice production. In order to understand the genetic basis of the relationships among these three plant traits, we mapped quantitative trait loci (QTLs) using a recombinant inbred population and detected two-locus interactions for plant...

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Molecular Dissection of the Relationships among Tiller Number ...

Abstract : Appropriate plant height, tiller number and heading date are important traits for maximizing rice production. In order to understand the genetic basis of the relationships among these three plant traits, we mapped quantitative trait loci (QTLs) using a recombinant inbred population and detected two-locus interactions...

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Strigolactones regulate rice tiller angle by attenuating shoot ...

In rice the tiller angle, which is defined as the angle between the tiller and main culm, plays a key role in determining rice plant architecture and thus grain yield (4). Several genes controlling the tiller angle have been identified previously in rice, including LAZY1 (LA1), TILLER ANGLE CONTROL1 (TAC1), PROSTRATE...

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Key interactions among genes controlling rice tiller number. Left ...

See figure: 'Key interactions among genes controlling rice tiller number. Left: genes involved in axillary...' from publication 'Genetics of Tillering in Rice and Barley' on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.

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Down-Regulation of Cytokinin Oxidase 2 Expression Increases Tiller ...

‎7 Dec 2015 ... Conclusions. Taken together, these results demonstrate that specific suppression of OsCKX2 expression through shRNA-mediated gene silencing leads to enhanced growth and productivity in rice by increasing tiller number and grain weight.

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Botany of Paddy - TNAU Agritech Portal

‎The terminal component of the rice tiller is an inflorescence called as panicle. The inflorescence or panicle is borne on the uppermost internode of the culm. The panicle bears rice spikelets, which develop into grains. The panicle base often appears as a hair like ring and is used as a dividing point in measuring culm and...

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Variation in Senescence Pattern of Different Classes of Rice Tillers ...

‎American Journal of Plant Sciences Vol.3 No.8(2012), Article ID:22167,4 pages DOI:10.4236/ajps.2012.38125. Variation in Senescence Pattern of Different Classes of Rice Tillers and Its Effect on Panicle Biomass Growth and Grain Yield. Ekamber Kariali, Sunita Sarangi, Rashmi Panigrahi, Binay B. Panda, Pravat K.

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DWARF TILLER1, a WUSCHEL-Related Homeobox Transcription ...

‎13 Mar 2014 ... Author Summary Plant architecture is important for crop yield. In most plants, branches grow smaller than the main shoot, largely due to the 'apical dominance'. However, in several cereal crops, including rice, wheat, and barley, the branches (tillers) have a height and size indistinguishable from the main...

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A major gene, Tal and QTLs affecting tiller and leaf angles in rice

‎A major gene, Ta1 and QTLs affecting tiller and leaf angles in rice. Z. LI1,2. A.H. PATERSON1, S.R.M. PINSON3 and G.S. KHUSH2. 1) Dept. of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A M University, College Station 77843, USA 2) International Rice Research Institute, P.O. Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines 3) USDA-ARS, Route 7,...

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Drought Resistance in Crops with Emphasis on Rice

‎The OsIAGLU gene driven by the Cauliflower Mosaic Virus 35S promoter was transformed into a rice cultivar to generate transgenic rice plants constitutively over-expressing this gene. The number of tillers and panicles significantly increased in the transgenic lines compared to the wild-type plants, while plant height and...

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International Rice Research Notes Vol 12 No 6

‎Abstract. Developing a common mechanistic model to predict tiller dynamics in sorghum and rice canopies growing in favorable conditions can greatly contribute to the identification of common genetic regions involved in tiller production of both species. Crop growth processes of a high-tillering sorghum hybrid, grown in...

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