Twelve accessions of wild and domesticated rice were used in this study. Wild rice accessions were obtained from the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), and domesticated rice accessions were obtained from the Philippines and Jiangxi Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China. Five accessions of wild rice included African wild rice (O. barthii) IRGC 106238, common wild rice (O. rufipogon) IRGC 106286, common wild rice (O. rufipogon) IRGC 106452, Indian wild rice (O. nivara) IRGC 86655, and Indian wild rice (O. nivara) IRGC 88949. Seven accessions of domesticated rice include African domesticated rice No. 2 (O. glaberrima), African domesticated rice No. 3 (O. glaberrima), African domesticated rice No. 4 (O. glaberrima), Asian domesticated rice japonica Jiangxi (O. sativa ssp. japonica), Asian domesticated rice japonica Daohuaxiang (O. sativa ssp. japonica), and Asian domesticated rice cultivars indica 106 and Meitezhen (O. sativa ssp. indica).

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