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From: Transcriptome profiling of Elymus sibiricus, an important forage grass in Qinghai-Tibet plateau, reveals novel insights into candidate genes that potentially connected to seed shattering

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Different seed shattering habits of two E. sibiricus genotypes. (a1) High seed shattering type XH09. (a2) Low seed shattering type ZhN03. (b) Seed shattering degree of inflorescence in XH09 and ZhN03. Photos taken at 28 days after heading. (c) Time-course changes in the seed shattering degree of XH09 and ZhN03 at 7, 14, 21 and 28 days after heading. BTS was measured upon detachment of seed from the pedicels by pulling. Bars indicate the mean values ± standard deviation. Double asterisks (**) represent significant difference of BTS between XH09 and ZhN03 at p < 0.01 level

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