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Kurata, Nori
Satoh, Hikaru
Kitano, Hidemi
Nagato, Yasuo
Endo, Takashi
Akashi, Ryo
Ezura, Hiroshi
Kusaba, Makoto
Kobayashi, Masatomo
Nitasaka, Eiji
Kasai, Fumie
Yamazaki, Yukiko
Yoshimura, Atsushi
Abstract
The National BioResource Project has been organized and established to promote research activities using valuable bioresources. A total of twenty-eight bioresources for ten animals, nine plants and nine microorganisms/cell lines developed or collected in Japan were selected for the project. Resources are categorized into several different groups in the project; genetic resources, germplasm, genome resources and their information. Choices of how many resources must be preserved and maintained and in which categories are dependent on the status of the research community of each organism. These resources, if utilized systematically and intelligently, are powerful means for leading new scientific discoveries. Some examples can be seen in this paper. This paper reviews plant bioresources with the main focus on rice resource activities within the project.
Keywords
NBRP
plant bioresources
germplasm
line/strain/accession
rice
Published Date
2010-12
Publication Title
Breeding Science
Volume
volume60
Issue
issue5
Start Page
461
End Page
468
ISSN
1344-7610
Content Type
Journal Article
language
英語
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Copyright © 2010 by JAPANESE SOCIETY OF BREEDING
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