Rice is the first genome sequenced crop in the world and its improvement of harvest and trait can significantly benefit to humans. Furthermore, we carried out the parallel intricate gene annotation pipelines and integrated microarray, RNA-Seq and population data of 1000 rice genomes.
We not only pay attention on the gene structure, repetitive elements, alternatively-splicing events, transcriptome, proteomics and phenotype, but also study the evolutionary polymorphism variations within and between species (chromosomes, genes and segments combination and separation).
We tried to carry out the studies on specific subspecies of rice genome in a precise scope and hope that this database can help the biology scientists understand the essential evolution mechanisms of rice lineages, and facilitate the breeding and cultivation.
Via Elsa Ballini