| Categories genes  | Tags grain  stress  grain quality  quality  chalkiness  ER stress  heat stress  Heat Stress 
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  • Key message
    • Collectively, these results show that the natural variation at OsCG5 may contribute towards rice grain quality under heat stress
    • Accessions with lower transcript abundance of OsCG5 exhibit higher chalkiness, which correlates with higher RG values under stress
    • These findings are supported by increased chalkiness of OsCG5 knock-out (KO) mutants relative to wildtype (WT) under heat stress
    • Grains from plants overexpressing OsCG5 are less chalky than KOs but comparable to WT under heat stress
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