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An international group of researchers with representatives from the Linnean Centre of Plant Biology in Uppsala, has developed a rice that reduce the amount of greenhouse gases emitted during rice cultivation.
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Rice that reduce the environmental impact of cultivation while production increases

Methane forming microorganisms that thrive in the oxygen-poor environment surrounding rice roots converts root exudates into methane. Atmospheric methane is the second most important greenhouse gas after CO2, and is responsible for about 20% of the global warming effect since pre-industrial times.

Now the researchers have succeeded in reducing the amount of methane emitted by changing how much carbon that is allocated to the root system in relation to the amount of carbon allocated to leaves and inflorescences. By adding a gene from barley that affects starch storage, the rice plants allocate more starch to the parts above ground as compared to the root. This is believed to provide a reduced leakage of carbon compounds to the surrounding soil, which in turn results in reduced methane emission.

This is an example of how modern plant breeding can help to reduce the environmental impact of agriculture and at the same time increase food production. The findings are published in the coming issue of the scientific journal Nature.

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Publications by researchers associated with the Centre, 2011 -

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Savolainen O & Lascoux 2016 Genomics: Geography matters for Arabidopsis. Nature

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Nemesio Gorriz M et al 2016 Different alleles of a gene encoding leucoanthocyanidin reductase (PaLAR3) influence resistance against the fungus Heterobasidion parviporum in Picea abies. Plant physiology

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Moschou P et al 2016 EXTRA SPINDLE POLES (Separase) controls anisotropic cell expansion in Norway spruce (Picea abies) embryos independently of its role in anaphase progression. The New phytologist

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Borgström P et al 2016 Aboveground insect herbivory increases plant competitive asymmetry, while belowground herbivory mitigates the effect. PeerJ 4

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Lehndal L & Ågren 2015 Herbivory Differentially Affects Plant Fitness in Three Populations of the Perennial Herb Lythrum salicaria along a Latitudinal Gradient. PloS one 9 10

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Gutierrez-Beltran E et al 2015 Tudor Staphylococcal Nuclease is a novel component of stress granules and processing bodies with a major role in mRNA regulation. Plant signaling & behavior

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Stephan J et al 2015 How far away is the next basket of eggs? Spatial memory and perceived cues shape aggregation patterns in a leaf beetle. Ecology 4 96:908-14

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Palmqvist N et al 2015 Nano titania aided clustering and adhesion of beneficial bacteria to plant roots to enhance crop growth and stress management. Scientific reports 5:10146

Luo Y et al 2015 A single nucleotide deletion in GA20ox1 causes alpine dwarfism in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant physiology :930-7

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Sedlacek J et al 2015 The Response of the Alpine Dwarf Shrub Salix herbacea to Altered Snowmelt Timing: Lessons from a Multi-Site Transplant Experiment. PloS one 4 10

Kubartová A et al 2015 Linking fungal communities to wood density loss after 12 years of log decay. FEMS microbiology ecology 5 91

Menzel M et al 2015 Inbreeding affects gene expression differently in two self-incompatible Arabidopsis lyrata populations with similar levels of inbreeding depression. Molecular biology and evolution :2036-47

Kegge W et al 2015 Red:far-red light conditions affect the emission of volatile organic compounds from barley (Hordeum vulgare), leading to altered biomass allocation in neighbouring plants. Annals of botany :961-70

Köhler C & Lafon-Placette 2015 Evolution and function of epigenetic processes in the endosperm. Frontiers in plant science 6:130

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Jahan S et al 2015 Plant-mediated gene silencing restricts growth of the potato late blight pathogen Phytophthora infestans. Journal of experimental botany :2785-94

Ottosson E et al 2015 Diverse ecological roles within fungal communities in decomposing logs of Picea abies. FEMS microbiology ecology

Vucetic A et al 2014 Volatile interaction between undamaged plants affects tritrophic interactions through changed plant volatile emission. Plant signaling & behavior 8 9

Mozgova I et al 2015 Keeping the gate closed: Functions of the Polycomb repressive complex PRC2 in development. The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology :121-32

Brownfield L et al 2015 Organelles maintain spindle position in plant meiosis. Nature communications 6:6492

Beuch U et al 2015 Diversity and evolution of potato mop-top virus. Archives of virology :1345-51

Gutierrez-Beltran E et al 2015 Tudor Staphylococcal Nuclease Links Formation of Stress Granules and Processing Bodies with mRNA Catabolism in Arabidopsis. The Plant cell :926-43

Sletvold N & Ågren 2015 Climate-dependent costs of reproduction: Survival and fecundity costs decline with length of the growing season and summer temperature. Ecology letters :357-64

Douglas G et al 2015 Hybrid origins and the earliest stages of diploidization in the highly successful recent polyploid Capsella bursa-pastoris. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America :2806-11

Munch D et al 2015 Retromer Contributes to Immunity-Associated Cell Death in Arabidopsis. The Plant cell :463-79

Schoft V et al 2015 SYBR Green-activated sorting of Arabidopsis pollen nuclei based on different DNA/RNA content. Plant reproduction :61-72

Pucholt P et al 2015 Single locus sex determination and female heterogamety in the basket willow (Salix viminalis L.). Heredity :575-83

Roos J et al 2014 Susceptibility to Verticillium longisporum is linked to monoterpene production by TPS23/27 in Arabidopsis. The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology :572-85

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Mozgova I & Hennig 2015 The Polycomb Group Protein Regulatory Network. Annual review of plant biology :269-96

Lehndal L & Ågren 2015 Latitudinal variation in resistance and tolerance to herbivory in the perennial herb Lythrum salicaria is related to intensity of herbivory and plant phenology. Journal of evolutionary biology

Valdés A 2015 Forced adaptation: plant proteins to fight climate change. Frontiers in plant science 5:762

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Lukhovitskaya N et al 2015 Importin-α mediated nucleolar localisation of potato mop-top virus TGB1 protein facilitates virus systemic movement whereas TGB1 self-interaction is required for cell-to-cell movement in Nicotiana benthamiana. Plant physiology :738-52

Austel N et al 2014 Phenotypic Plasticity in a Willow Leaf Beetle Depends on Host Plant Species: Release and Recognition of Beetle Odors. Chemical senses :109-24

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Lafon-Placette C & Köhler 2014 Epigenetic mechanisms of postzygotic reproductive isolation in plants. Current opinion in plant biology 23:39-44

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Suter L et al 2014 Gene regulatory variation mediates flowering responses to vernalization along an altitudinal gradient in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant physiology :1928-42

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Niazi A et al 2014 Complete genome sequence of a plant associated bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens subsp. plantarum UCMB5033. Standards in genomic sciences 3 9:718-25

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Parachnowitsch A 2014 New Synthesis: The Evolutionary Ecology of Floral Volatiles. Journal of chemical ecology :859

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Lukhovitskaya N et al 2014 A viral transcription factor exhibits antiviral RNA silencing suppression activity independent of its nuclear localization. The Journal of general virology :2831-7

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Rodríguez-Sanz H et al 2014 Changes in Histone Methylation and Acetylation during Microspore Reprogramming to Embryogenesis Occur Concomitantly with Bn HKMT and Bn HAT Expression and Are Associated with Cell Totipotency, Proliferation, and Differentiation in Brassica napus. Cytogenetic and genome research :209-18

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Oakley C et al 2014 QTL mapping of freezing tolerance: links to fitness and adaptive trade-offs. Molecular ecology :4304-15

Dittmar E et al 2014 Flowering time QTL in natural populations of Arabidopsis thaliana and implications for their adaptive value. Molecular ecology :4291-303

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Hennig L 2014 Chromatin: domestication of the monsters. Journal of experimental botany 10 65:2767-8

Himmelstrand K et al 2014 Intronic and plasmid-derived regions contribute to the large mitochondrial genome sizes of Agaricomycetes. Current genetics :303-13

Hennig L 2014 Flowering Highlights. Journal of experimental botany :6479

Avia K et al 2014 Association of FLOWERING LOCUS T/TERMINAL FLOWER 1-like gene FTL2 expression with growth rhythm in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris). The New phytologist :159-70

Skoglund P et al 2014 Investigating Population History using Temporal Genetic Differentiation. Molecular biology and evolution :2516-27

Vucetic A et al 2014 Volatile interaction between undamaged plants affects tritrophic interactions through changed plant volatile emission. Plant signaling & behavior 9

Page P et al 2014 Do Flower Color and Floral Scent of Silene Species affect Host Preference of Hadena bicruris, a Seed-Eating Pollinator, under Field Conditions? PloS one 6 9

Corcoran P et al 2014 A global multilocus analysis of the model fungus Neurospora reveals a single recent origin of a novel genetic system. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution :136-47

Oliva J et al 2014 The effect of fungal pathogens on the water and carbon economy of trees: implications for drought-induced mortality. The New phytologist :1028-35

Hossain S et al 2014 Concentration- and Time-Dependent Effects of Isothiocyanates Produced from Brassicaceae Shoot Tissues on the Pea Root Rot Pathogen Aphanomyces euteiches. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry :4584-91

Chen J et al 2014 Clinal Variation at Phenology-Related Genes in Spruce: Parallel Evolution in FTL2 and Gigantea? Genetics :1025-38

Källman T et al 2014 Patterns of Nucleotide Diversity at Photoperiod Related Genes in Norway Spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.]. PloS one 5 9

Bengtsson S et al 2014 Seasonal Pattern of Lesion Development in Diseased Fraxinus excelsior Infected by Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus. PloS one 4 9

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Figueiredo D & Köhler 2014 Signalling events regulating seed coat development. Biochemical Society transactions 2 42:358-63

Steinbach Y & Hennig 2014 Arabidopsis MSI1 functions in photoperiodic flowering time control. Frontiers in plant science 5:77

Sletvold N & Agren 2014 THERE IS MORE TO POLLINATOR-MEDIATED SELECTION THAN POLLEN LIMITATION. Evolution; international journal of organic evolution :1907-18

Smertenko A & Bozhkov 2014 Somatic embryogenesis: life and death processes during apical-basal patterning. Journal of experimental botany :1343-60

Bedada G et al 2014 DNA sequence variation of wild barley Hordeum spontaneum (L.) across environmental gradients in Israel. Heredity :646-55

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Minina E et al 2014 Vacuolar cell death in plants: Metacaspase releases the brakes on autophagy. Autophagy 5 10:928-9

Minina E et al 2014 Plant metacaspase activation and activity. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.) 1133:237-53

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Jakobsson A & Agren 2014 Distance to semi-natural grassland influences seed production of insect-pollinated herbs. Oecologia :199-208

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Jarillo J et al 2014 Plant chromatin warms up in Madrid: Meeting summary of the 3rd European Workshop on Plant Chromatin 2013, Madrid, Spain. Epigenetics : official journal of the DNA Methylation Society 4 9:644-52

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Gerber S et al 2014 Correction: High Rates of Gene Flow by Pollen and Seed in Oak Populations across Europe. PloS one 1 9

Gerber S et al 2014 High Rates of Gene Flow by Pollen and Seed in Oak Populations across Europe. PloS one 1 9

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Ghelardini L et al 2014 Genetic architecture of spring and autumn phenology in Salix. BMC plant biology 1 14:31

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Menkis A et al 2014 Root-Associated Fungi of Rosa rugosa Grown on the Frontal Dunes of the Baltic Sea Coast in Lithuania. Microbial ecology :769-74

Tzelepis G et al 2013 Functional analysis of the C-II subgroup killer toxin-like chitinases in the filamentous ascomycete Aspergillus nidulans. Fungal genetics and biology : FG & B :58-66

Gyllenstrand N et al 2013 No time for spruce: rapid dampening of circadian rhythms in Picea abies (L. Karst). Plant & cell physiology :535-50

Petersson E et al 2013 Conversion of exogenous cholesterol into glycoalkaloids in potato shoots, using two methods for sterol solubilisation. PloS one 12 8

Minina E et al 2013 Autophagy and metacaspase determine the mode of cell death in plants. The Journal of cell biology :917-27

Derkacheva M & Hennig 2013 Variations on a theme: Polycomb group proteins in plants. Journal of experimental botany :2769-84

Klapwijk M et al 2013 Forest insects and climate change: long-term trends in herbivore damage. Ecology and evolution 12 3:4183-96

Agren J et al 2013 Genetic mapping of adaptation reveals fitness tradeoffs in Arabidopsis thaliana. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

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