| Categories genes  | Tags development  grain  grain size  domestication  awn 
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    • OsEPFL2 is strongly expressed in the young panicle, consistent with a role in regulating awn and grain development
    • Loss of function of most OsEPF/EPFL genes generated no obvious phenotype alteration, whilst disruption of OsEPFL2 in Kasalath caused a short or no awn phenotype and reduced grain size
    • Nucleotide diversity and genetic differentiation analyses suggested that OsEPFL2 was positively selected during the domestication of rice
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