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Polarized Cell Expansion and Heterochronic Shift in Angiosperm Spermatogenesis
Said Hafidh, Katarina Breznenova, Jana Fecikova, Vera Capkova and David Honys

This study evaluates genetic factors and common pathways in polarized cell-tip expansion.

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Identification and Characterisation of Disease Resistance Pathway Genes in Jute (Corchorus spp.)
Niaz Mahmood, Salma Sultana Alam, Rifit Ara Najnin, Nurun Nahar Fancy, Haseena Khan.

Study aims include identification and characterisation of all NBS containing genes in jute using degenerate primers designed from the conserved NBS domain, by using two species of jute; susceptible and wild type resistant varieties.

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Screening for Optimal Algal Cell Growth and Neutral Lipid Production Conditions in Microplates
Paul Held, Xavier Amouretti, Wayne Patton and Peter Banks

Algae based products offer many potential advantages over food based sources of energy, however significant research is still required in order to make them an economically viable option. To date, algal research has not extensively utilized the tool of high throughput screening using microplates that has been successfully employed in fields such as drug discovery.

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Expression of Pluripotency-determining Factors in in vitro Fertilized Buffalo Embryos and Embryonic Stem Cells
T Anand, D Kumar, M S Chauhan, and P Palta

The POU octamer-binding domain transcription factor Oct-4, Stage-specific embryonic antigens (SSEAs), and Tumor rejection antigens (TRAs), are developmentally regulated during early embryogenesis.

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In Silico Identification of Conserved Domains from EST Database in Safflower
M. Y. Dudhe, H. P. Meena, A.R.G. Ranganatha, N. Mukta and C. Lavanya

Identified conserved domains or gene families from the ESTs could be utilised for the identification of gene-targeted markers and for development of functional markers to accelerate marker assisted backcross breeding in safflower.

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Quercetin Accumulation is Associated with Drought Resistance in White Clover
Ballizany, W.L 1, Hofmann, R.W. 1, Jahufer, M.Z.Z. 2, Barrett, B.A. 2

White clover is an important pasture legume, but growth is often strongly reduced under summer drought. Abiotic stress is mediated by the induced production of flavonoids. At the individual genotype level, increased flavonol (quercetin) accumulation in response to water deficit stress is positively associated to retaining higher levels of dry matter production.

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Drought Induced Increase in Quercetin Glycosides is Associated with Drought Resistance in a Novel White Clover Population
Wouter L. Ballizany, Rainer W. Hofmann, Brent A. Barrett, Zulfi Jahufer

White clover is an important forage legume in temperate pastures, but does not have sufficient resistance against drought stress. Quercetin is a flavonol conferring plant sunscreen and anti-oxidant properties under UV-B stress with a trade-off of reduced biomass. An F1 full-sib cross between stress tolerant and stress sensitive white clover genotypes showed the ability to increase Q accumulation associated to maintenance of dry matter yield under a near wilting drought.

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SUBSTITUTION OF FERTILIZER NITROGEN THROUGH ORGANIC SOURCES IN MAIZE -WHEAT CROPPING SYSTEM IN INDO-GANGETIC PLAINS
N.K. Jat1* and Ashok Kumar2

• Application of SGM either alone or in combination with WS with moderate levels of fertilizer N substitute for substantial amount of fertilizer N and consequently enhanced crop productivity with higher profitability maintaining soil fertility in maize-wheat cropping system. Application of leguminous green manure and previous crop residues (wheat residues) in soil can potentially deal the issues of stagnation in productivity, declining factor productivity and soil fertility depletion.

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Potential of the strain of entomopathogenic fungus Isaria fumosorosea CCM 8367 as a biological control agent against Cameraria ohridella and other pests
Eva Prenerova, Rostislav Zemek, Frantisek Weyda, Lubomir Volter, Mona Awad and Hany M. Hussein

Strain CCM 8367 of Isaria fumosorosea (syn. Paecilomyces fumosoroseus) was isolated in the Czech Republic from lepidopteran pest and is deposited as a patent culture in the Czech Collection of Microorganisms in Brno. The aim of our study was to evaluate the effect of this strain on Cameraria ohridella, Leptinotarsa decemlineata and Spodoptera littoralis. Comparison with Apopka 97 strain isolated from commercial biopesticide PreFeRal WG (Biobest, Belgium) was made.

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Sowing The Seeds For Improved Food Security
Research from the University of Bath has shown that it is possible to improve both seed size and seed number, opening new avenues to increase crop yields and improving food security.
Gene Critical To The Development Of Low Arsenic Plants Identified
Identification of gene could pave way for low arsenic crops such as rice.
Sequencing of Cotton A-genome Could Boost Industry
Collaboration with Bayer CropScience could translate into better commercial varieties for growers.
New Genetic Markers To Combat Yellow Rust Disease In Wheat Identified
New study released identifying genetic markers that signal resistance to the wheat yellow rust pathogen.
Crowdsourcing Science To Beat Psa
Scientists are hoping that crowdsourcing knowledge from the international science community will help them find the answer to a lethal kiwifruit disease.
Some Plants Regenerate by Duplicating their DNA
A plant’s ability to duplicate its genome within individual cells influences its ability to regenerate.
Maize Analysis Yields Whole New World of Genetic Science
Research sheds light on how chromatin is organized in a cell and how plants regulate genetic material.
Getting More Out of Nature: Genetic Toolkit Finds New Maximum for Crop Yields
An array of gene variants provides “breakthrough benefits” in tomato yield for breeders; other crops next.
New Lab Startup Afingen Uses Precision Method to Enhance Plants
Berkeley Lab breakthrough can lead to cheaper biofuels, improved crops, and new products from plants.
To Wilt or Not to Wilt
UC Riverside researchers identify new process that explains why tomatoes are susceptible to a disease-causing fungus.
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