HPC-GVCW: Accelerating SNP Detection in Major Crops through High-Performance Computing and Parallelized Workflows

HPC-GVCW offers a high-performance computing-based workflow for rapid SNP detection in major crops, significantly reducing execution times and facilitating the exploration of genetic diversity essential for molecular-assisted selection breeding programs.

Unveiling Conservation in Plant Extracellular Vesicle Proteomes: A Sorghum and Arabidopsis Study

This study on Sorghum bicolor and Arabidopsis thaliana extracellular vesicles reveals partial conservation in protein content, providing crucial insights into the dynamic nature of intercellular communication and defense responses in plant cells.

Enhancing Accuracy in Plant RNA-Seq Analysis Through Spike-in Normalization

Spike-in normalization improves the accuracy and reliability of differential gene expression analysis in plant RNA-Seq experiments, particularly under conditions where experimental factors significantly influence gene expression dynamics.

Genome-Wide Association Mapping in Diverse Sorghum Germplasms Unveils Novel Genetic Loci for Agronomic, Root, and Stomatal Traits

Pilot-scale genome-wide association mapping in diverse sorghum germplasms uncovered 42 significant quantitative trait nucleotides (QTNs), revealing novel candidate genes influencing major agronomic, root, and stomatal traits such as plant height, dry biomass, and plant yield.

Unlocking Sorghum’s Defense Arsenal: Major Breakthrough in Anthracnose Resistance

Genetic architecture of anthracnose resistance genes (ARG4 and ARG5) shown to confer resistance in SAP135 and P9830. Susceptible varieties lack these genes through presence-absence variation and recessive alleles.

Exploring Sorghum bicolor’s MYB Gene Family: Unveiling the Secrets of SbMYBAS1 in Tackling Salt Stress

The study delves into the sorghum MYB gene family, underscoring the key role of SbMYBAS1 in negatively regulating salt tolerance through reduced ROS scavenging ability and K+ content.

Rooting for Resilience: Genetic Insights for Transforming Sorghum and Maize for Climate Challenges

Genetic insights unveiled from comparing the root system architectures of sorghum and maize under drought, salt and nutrient deficiencies will pave the way for improved crop varieties resilient to abiotic stresses in a changing climate.

Revealing Nature’s Edits: Unmasking Deleterious Variants in Maturity and Dwarf Loci for Precision Control of Sorghum Flowering Time and Plant Height

Variant consequences within 4 Dwarf and 6 Maturity loci among SAP genomes opens the door to breeding sorghum varieties with optimal plant height and flowering time.

Unlocking the genetic secrets of sorghum’s nutritional potential and drought resilience

Key genetic regions associated with nutrition and drought resistance, pave the way for a more fortified and resilient sorghum