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New $490,000 grant to identify genes in trees responsible for stress tolerance.
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PHI-base – A Database To Protect Crop Yields And Human Health
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Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire
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Rising Temperatures Predicted to Lower Wheat Yields
An international consortium of researchers has used big data sets to predict the effects climate change on global wheat yields.
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.
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Correlation of Parental Transcriptome and Field Data for the Characterization and Prediction of Heterosis in Maize
Stefan Scholten, University of Oxford, speaking at AgriGenomics 2010.
Date Posted: Wednesday, November 24, 2010
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