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Boron Tolerance Discovery for Higher Wheat Yields
Adelaide scientists have identified the genes in wheat that control tolerance to a significant yield-limiting soil condition found around the globe - boron toxicity.
First Direct Evidence of Plants in Neanderthal Diet
Although heavy on meat our prehistoric cousin's diet also included plant tissues, such as tubers and nuts.
Sensor Detects Harmful Bacteria on Food Industry Surfaces
A new device designed to sample and detect foodborne bacteria is being trialled by scientists at the University of Southampton.
Common Bean Critically Important to the Global Food Supply
The bean genome sequence provides powerful tools to improve critical food crop.
Harvesting Sunlight to Help Feed and Fuel the World
Three U.S./U.K. funded projects have been awarded a total of almost $9 million in additional funding to continue research projects aimed at improving the efficiency of photosynthesis.
Humanity's Overall Environmental Footprint is Not Sustainable
Substantial, fundamental changes in the world economy are required to reduce humanity's overall environmental footprint to a sustainable level.
Saturated Fat Intake May Influence Person’s Expression of Genetic Obesity Risk
Limiting saturated fat could help people whose genetic make-up increases their chance of being obese.
Microbiology Testing for Food Safety Differs Around the World
Testing practices in food plants around the world were investigated to document similarities and differences in safety testing.
Miniature Gas Chromatograph Could Aid Early Crop Disease Detection
About the size of a 9-volt battery, the technology’s portability could provide farmers with a tool to quickly evaluate the health of their crops.
Circadian Clock Gene Linked to Eating Schedule
Research from the Salk Institute has shown that mutations in the circadian genes could drive night eating syndrome.
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