Project description:Whole Genome Metabolism of "Oryza sativa Japonica Group"
This is a whole genome metabolism model of Oryza sativa Japonica Group.
This model has been automatically generated by the SuBliMinaL Toolbox
and libAnnotationSBML using information coming from from KEGG (release 66, April 2013, accessed via the resource's web services interface) and, where relevant, augmented with metabolic pathway information extracted from MetaCyc (version 17.0, March 2013).
This model has been produced by the path2models
project and is currently hosted on BioModels Database
and identified by: BMID000000141346
Other models with the same genus include BMID000000022012 BMID000000022013 BMID000000022014 BMID000000022015 BMID000000022016 BMID000000022017 BMID000000022018 BMID000000022019 BMID000000022020 BMID000000022021 BMID000000022022 BMID000000022023 BMID000000022024 BMID000000022025 BMID000000022026 BMID000000022027 BMID000000022028 BMID000000022029 BMID000000022030 BMID000000022031 BMID000000022032 BMID000000022033 BMID000000022034 BMID000000022035 BMID000000022036 BMID000000022037 BMID000000022038 BMID000000022039 BMID000000022040 BMID000000022041 BMID000000118664 BMID000000118665 BMID000000118666 BMID000000118667 BMID000000118668 BMID000000118669 BMID000000118670 BMID000000118671 BMID000000118672 BMID000000118673 BMID000000118674 BMID000000118675 BMID000000118676 BMID000000118677 BMID000000118678 BMID000000118679 BMID000000118680 BMID000000118681 BMID000000118682 BMID000000118683 BMID000000118684 BMID000000118685 BMID000000118686 BMID000000118687 BMID000000118688 BMID000000118689 BMID000000118690 BMID000000118691 BMID000000118692 BMID000000118693 BMID000000118694 BMID000000118695 BMID000000118696 BMID000000118697 BMID000000118698 BMID000000118699 BMID000000118700 BMID000000118701 BMID000000118702 BMID000000118703 BMID000000118704 BMID000000118705 BMID000000118706 BMID000000118707 BMID000000118708 BMID000000118709 BMID000000118710 BMID000000118711 BMID000000118712 BMID000000118713 BMID000000118714 BMID000000118715 BMID000000118716 BMID000000118717 BMID000000118718 BMID000000118719 BMID000000118720 BMID000000118721 BMID000000118722 BMID000000118723 BMID000000118724 BMID000000118725 BMID000000118726 BMID000000118727 BMID000000118728 BMID000000118729 BMID000000118730 BMID000000118731 BMID000000118732 BMID000000118733 BMID000000118734 BMID000000118735 BMID000000118736 BMID000000118737 BMID000000118738 BMID000000118739 BMID000000118740 BMID000000118741 BMID000000118742 BMID000000118743 BMID000000118744 BMID000000118745 BMID000000118746 BMID000000118747 BMID000000118748 BMID000000118749 BMID000000118750 BMID000000118751 BMID000000142467 .
To the extent possible under law, all copyright and related or neighbouring rights to this encoded model have been dedicated to the public domain worldwide. Please refer to CC0 Public Domain Dedication
for more information.
Project description:Studies have shown that Rice Salt Sensitive 1 (RSS1) is involved in stress response in rice plants. Primers were developed for amplification via Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) of a region that contained a simple sequence repeat (SSR) in RSS1. PCR was performed on 6 different varieties of Oryza sativa. PCR product was sequenced on an ABI 3730 capillary sequence machine. Sequence data was aligned to observe differences in SSR length between each rice variety.
Project description:Studies have shown that Respiratory Burst Oxidase Homolog B (RBOHB) are involved in stress response in rice plants. Primers were developed for amplification via Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) of a region that contained a simple sequence repeat (SSR) in RBOHB. PCR was performed on 6 different varieties of Oryza sativa. PCR product was sequenced on an ABI 3730 capillary sequence machine. Sequence data was aligned to observe differences in SSR length between each rice variety.
Project description:The contained data consist of Illumina HiSeq 2500 reads generated from restriction endonuclease digested genomic DNA of Oryza sativa ssp. indica used as proof of concept for plant-RRBS methylome profiling by bioinformatics analyses. Five biological repeats for an inbred control line and a derived epiline of the 4th generation where analysed using two restriction endonuclease combination (MspI-DpnII or MspI-ApekI).