Oryza sativa


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Noun1.Oryza sativa - yields the staple food of 50 percent of world's populationOryza sativa - yields the staple food of 50 percent of world's population
rice - grains used as food either unpolished or more often polished
rice - annual or perennial rhizomatous marsh grasses; seed used for food; straw used for paper
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SGSs first successful shipment was prepared using Oryza sativa as the host plant.
OsMPK6 plays a critical role in cell differentiation during early embryogenesis in Oryza sativa.
Iris Perez (INIA-Maracay) por la donacion de las semillas de las cinco variedades de Oryza sativa y a la Dra.
They are: thymus serpyllum extract; oryza sativa extract; tilia cordata extract; coffea arabica extract; citrus limonium extract; jasminum sambac (jasmine) flower w[FIGURE OMITTED] sater; chamomilla recutita (matricaria) dried flower; papaver somniferum seed extract; and gleditsia sinensis thorn extract.
Molecular characterization of selected cultivars of rice, Oryza sativa L.
Among the grass model crop species, which represent the bulk of recent comparative and genomic studies, Oryza sativa (rice) belongs in Ehrhartoideae; Hordeum vulgare (barley), Brachypodium, Avena sativa (oat) and Triticum (wheat) belong in Pooideae; and Zea mays (maize), Miscanthus, Sorghum, Saccharum (sugar cane) and most of the millets (e.
The New Rice for Africa (NERICA) cultivars are crosses between Oryza sativa and oryza glaberima and have been widely used in Africa because of their high yielding traits and resistance to tropical diseases, erratic rainfall and low fertility soil of the African environment [1].
Relacion de la concentracion de HgT y MeHg en cabello con el consumo de arroz Al correlacionar la concentracion de HgT y MeHg en cabello con el consumo de Oryza sativa, esta presento bajos valores de [R.
The entry on Oryza sativa, the scientific name of rice, fills about four pages, with a special entry on "Rice Cakes of the Philippines" by Doreen Fernandez.
a nitrogen-fixing bacterium isolated from the roots of the rice plant Oryza sativa.
Las dos especies cultivadas Oryza sativa y Oryza glaberrima son diploides con genoma AA (Rana, 2004; Purugganan, 2010).