|Rice Diversity Panel 1|
The Rice Diversity Panel 1 (RDP1) is a collection of 421 purified, homozygous rice (Oryza sativa L.) accessions (GSOR 301001 through GSOR 301421; GSOR 312001 through 312020) representing the broad range of genetic variation within O. sativa.
The accessions include both landraces and elite rice cultivars, which were classified into five subpopulation groups, including indica (95 accessions) and aus (60), which belong to the Indica varietal group, and tropical japonica (106), temperate japonica (111), and aromatic (Group V) (16) which comprise the Japonica varietal group. Thirty-three accessions are classified as admixtures because they shared <60% ancestry with a single group.
Accessions in the Diversity Panel
Click here to download a list of this diversity panel and to see information on the individual entries, including accession names, panicle pictures and phenotypic and SSR marker data.
Order accessions from the Diversity Panel
To order the entire set or selected entries from the set, you may send your request to the GSOR at firstname.lastname@example.org. The general distribution amount is twenty seeds (~1/2 gram) per sample for each accession.
McCouch, S.R., M.H. Wright, C.-W. Tung, L.G. Maron, K. McNally, M. Fitzgerald, N. Singh, G. DeClerck, F. Agosoto Perez, P. Korniliev, A. Greenberg, M.E.B. Naredo, S.M. Mercado, S.E. Harrington, Y. Shi, D.A. Branchini; P.R. Kuser-Falcao, H. Leung, K. Ebana, M. Yano, G. Eizenga, A. McClung, J. Mezey. 2016. Open access resources for genome-wide association mapping in rice. Nature Commun. 7:10532. doi: 10.1038/ncomms10532.
Georgia C. Eizenga, Md. Liakat Ali, Rolfe J. Bryant, Kathleen M. Yeater, Anna M. McClung, Susan R. McCouch. 2014. Registration of the Rice Diversity Panel 1 for Genome-Wide Association Studies. J Plant Reg 8(1):109.
Ali, M. Liakat, Anna M. McClung, Melissa H. Jia, Jennifer A. Kimball, Susan R. McCouch, and Georgia C. Eizenga. 2011. A Rice Diversity Panel Evaluated for Genetic and Agro-Morphological Diversity between Subpopulations and its Geographic Distribution. Crop Sci 51:2021-2035. Comment: DOI: 10.2135/cropsci2010.11.0641.
Zhao, Keyan, C-W Tung, G.C. Eizenga, M.H. Wright, Md L. Ali, A.H. Price, G.J. Norton, M. R. Islam, A. Reynolds, J. Mezey, A.M. McClung, C.D. Bustamate, and S.R. McCouch. 2011. Genome-wide association mapping reveals a rich genetic architecture of complex traits in Oryza sativa. Nat Commun Comment: DOI:10.1038/ncomms1467.