Collection, preservation and distribution of oryza genetic resources by the national bioresource project rice (Nbrp-rice)

Yutaka Sato, Katsutoshi Tsuda, Yoshiyuki Yamagata, Hiroaki Matsusaka, Hiromi Kajiya-Kanegae, Yuri Yoshida, Ayumi Agata, Kim Nhung Ta, Sae Shimizu-Sato, Toshiya Suzuki, Misuzu Nosaka-Takahashi, Takahiko Kubo, Shoko Kawamoto, Ken Ichi Nonomura, Hideshi Yasui, Toshihiro Kumamaru

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Abstract

Biological resources are the basic infrastructure of bioscience research. Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is a good experimental model for research in cereal crops and monocots and includes important genetic materials used in breeding. The availability of genetic materials, including mutants, is important for rice research. In addition, Oryza species are attractive to researchers for both finding useful genes for breeding and for understanding the mechanism of genome evolution that enables wild plants to adapt to their own habitats. NBRP-RICE contributes to rice research by promoting the usage of genetic materials, especially wild Oryza accessions and mutant lines. Our activity includes collection, preservation and distribution of those materials and the provision of basic information on them, such as morphological and physiological traits and genomic information. In this review paper, we introduce the activities of NBRP-RICE and our database, Oryzabase, which facilitates the access to NBRP-RICE resources and their genomic sequences as well as the current situation of wild Oryza genome sequencing efforts by NBRP-RICE and other institutes.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)291-298
Number of pages8
JournalBreeding Science
Volume71
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Agronomy and Crop Science
  • Genetics
  • Plant Science

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