oryza sativa


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oryza sativa

(ō-rīz′ă să-tīv′ă) [L. oryza sativa, sown rice]
The scientific name for rice, a cereal grain in the grass family consumed as a staple source of carbohydrates.
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Root hair development involves asymmetric cell division in Brachypodium distachyon and symmetric division in Oryza sativa.
Jibrin JM, Oikeh S, Hussaini M, Miko S, Shehu BM and M Sie, Responses of lowland NERICA and improved Oryza sativa to phosphorus and nitrogen in Sudan savanna agro-ecosystem, J.
Una vez que se logro la transformacion de las dos especies cultivadas de arroz Oryza sativa y Oryza giaberrima, ya sea empleando biobalistica o Agrobacterium, se dio un auge en la transformacion de diferentes cultivares de arroz, y en especial de variedades elite empleando genes de interes que permiten mejoras sustanciales en el cultivo, sin dejar de lado el uso de genes reporteros y transformaciones puramente academicas.
Seeds and Seedlings of Oryza sativa were grown under various UV--B exposures (0, 10 and 20 min).
Hallamos 88 registros de consumo durante el tiempo de muestreo y registramos un consumo selectivo de Oryza sativa (1/m = 0.
Mapping and introgression of QTL for yield and related traits in two backcross populations derived from Oryza sativa cv.
2008, University of Sargodha, Sargodha; 1 immature, Oryza sativa,
Herencia de la resistencia al dano mecanico causado por Tagosodes orizicolus (Muir) [Homoptera-Delphacidae] en arroz Oryza sativa.
The mutagenic activity of 2,4-D was assessed utilising cytogenetic, chlorophyll mutation, specific-locus and pollen viability endpoints in Allium cepa and Oryza sativa (Pavlica et al.
1991a; Wardle et al, 1994), Oryza sativa (Chou eta].
Salt-tolerant lines of MR219 were produced through somatic embryogenesis from salt-tolerant callus of Oryza sativa L.