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This article is from BMC Plant Biology, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Cultivated rice consists of two important ecotypes, upland and irrigated, that have respectively adapted to either dry land or irrigated cultivation.
Upland rice, widely adopted in rainfed upland areas in virtue of its little water requirement, contains abundant untapped genetic

Author: Lyu, Jun; Li, Baoye; He, Weiming; Zhang, Shilai; Gou, Zhiheng; Zhang, Jing; Meng, Liyun; Li, Xin; Tao, Dayun; Huang, Wangqi; Hu, Fengyi; Wang, Wen

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