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Article Published In Vol.2 (July-Aug-2014)

A Bioinformatics toolkit for rice (Oryza sativa Japonica) YUCCA genes (OS1-7) sequence comparative analysis

Author : Rabia Tabassum

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It has been estimated that almost half of the world’s population relay wholly or partially on rice, Oryza sativa. The molecular mechanisms of IAA synthesis in rice (Oryza sativa), identified seven YUCCA-like genes (named OsYUCCA1-7) in the rice genome. Plants over expressing OsYUCCA genes exhibited increased IAA levels and characteristic auxin overproduction phenotypes. In this Project Visual basic is a computer language which is used to develop software (YUCCA IN) Visual Basic is a complete form of package for building user interface. The application program that was considered suitable for the program is Visual Basic version 6.Bioinformatics of biological data, using networks of computers and databases. involves the collection, organization and analysis of large amounts of data and on the basis of these tools can develop a software (YUCCA IN) that can check the mutant sequence like in this research the software will match the sequence of the entered gene with OSYUCCA (1-7).Software (YUCCA IN) is designed in Visual Basic. It will show the match and mismatch in the comparisons with the mutant genes and also it’s phenotypic abnormality. YUCCA IN compares different genes with over expressed genes and shows amino acid identity match and mismatch and also phenotypic abnormality of respective gene in Visual basic that greatly simplifies window application development. It saves time and reduces errors to its minimum level as compare with analytical approach. by using dynamic programming algorithm.

Keywords: Oryza sativa Japonica, OsYUCCA1-7, Visual Basic, sequence comparative analysis, phenotypic abnormality

 

 

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