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August 26, 2014

University of Arizona science could make canola oil more nutritious, and broccoli more tasty - Genomics researchers of the University of Arizona's iPlant collaborative have helped unravel the genetic code of the canola plant

Versuchsstation für Kartoffeln feiert 65. Jubiläum (Proplanta)

August 25, 2014

University of Missouri researchers find boron facilitates stem cell growth and development in corn - Results could lead to advancements in corn crop yields and farming techniques

From apathy to apogee - Hardly anyone believed George Rédei’s research mattered — until it changed everything

Bangladesh collaborates with China to boost hybrid sice production (Oryza)

August 23, 2014

University of Delaware researchers look at small RNA pathways in maize tassels

August 22, 2014

Canadian scientists contribute to international effort to sequence the canola genome - Project provides unique evolutionary insights and new tools for plant breeders

BreedIT Ltd. and Seach Ltd. form KanaboSeed to develop new medical cannabis varieties

Heat stress-resilient maize hybrids for Asian farmers

CIMMYT, Limagrain and Seed Co Limited teams discuss partnership for tackling maize lethal necrosis

Oilseed rape genome sequenced

Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Yuan Longping High-Tech Agriculture Co. Ltd. and Guard Agricultural Research and Services Pvt. Ltd. sign agreement to develop fine grain type rice hybrids in Pakistan

Canola genome sequence reveals evolutionary ‘love triangle’

Using the genes of Israeli wheat to fight climate change - A new technology extracts useful features of wild plants (Forward)

Oilseed rape genome sequenced
Le génome du colza séquencé

Sorghum breeders are first to use lightning fast electronic sensors (The Western Producer)

Crambe could be an even better oil crop thanks to gene technology
Crambe kan dankzij gentech een nog beter oliegewas worden

August 20, 2014

Mathematics helps find food crops' climate-proof genes (BBC)

Synpromics announces highly successful results from plant science projects

August 19, 2014

Chinesische Forscher züchten Super-Reis (Proplanta)

Uncovered, the mystery of exchanging genes with wild relatives - The genetic mechanism controlling wheat breeding has been uncovered by a team of scientists at the John Innes Centre

August 18, 2014

Inaugura Vietnam centro de semillas híbridas de arroz (Correo del Orinoco)

Western Australia - Rice blast research shared with national industry

August 15, 2014

Utility of sequence-related amplified polymorphism (SRAP) markers - Recent study illustrates the potential of SRAP markers in plant biology studies

August 14, 2014

Congresso Brasileiro de Mamona traz a experiência do maior produtor mundial da cultura

Australia - Bayer CropScience's breeding centre recognised by Australian Business Awards

Louisiana State University scientists look to molecular markers to speed wheat breeding

Cuba - Trabajan científicos para obtener semillas de maíz (Cinco de Septiembre)

Looking forward to genetically edited fruit crops (Trends in Biotechnology)

Genetically 'edited' fruit could soon hit supermarket shelves - The technique, involving 'tweaking' existing genes rather than adding new ones, is likely to be less controversial then GM (The Telegraph)

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