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May 18, 2021


Grape genetics research reveals what makes the perfect flower


May 17, 2021


Victoria, Australia - Scientist leads research for higher yielding crops


When one become two: separating DNA for more accurate nanopore analysis


VIB research reveals a new molecular driver of high-temperature adaptations in plants
VIB-onderzoek onthult hoe planten temperatuurstijgingen waarnemen


May 13, 2021


Get to know your plants through ionomics


Seven new species of begonia found in Myanmar


Scientists uncover how resistance proteins protect plants from pathogens


May 12, 2021


Small change in GMO maize field trial: hybrid line instead of inbreeding line


Symbiotic bacteria in root cells may be key to producing better crops, Rutgers University study finds


USDA/ARS - Pioneers in fruit and vegetable research - Parts 1 and 2


University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences and the Northern Territory of Australia sign agreement to collaborate on fruit, crop research (The Free Press)


May 11, 2021


Smart’ legume decisions raise hopes for more sustainable agriculture


Forschungsvorhaben zur Bekämpfung der bakteriellen Erkrankung "Syndrom der niedrigen Zuckergehalte" in der Zuckerrübe


Researchers reveal Knl1 gene function in plants


New University of Saskatchewan research will make bean crops hardier, help improve global food security - Tepary bean genome may lead to sustainable alternatives for legume crops affected by changing climate


HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology expands biotech campus


Argentine companies Gensus and Bioheuris to develop non-GMO herbicide resistant cotton using gene editing
Gensus y Bioheuris mejorarán variedades de algodón con edición génica CRISPR


Joanne Chory, la científica que desarrolla «super plantas» para salvar al mundo del cambio climático


May 10, 2021


Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research and World Vegetable Center ink agreement for Phase II of the International Mungbean Improvement Network


„Pandemie“ auf dem Rübenacker - Verbundprojekt untersucht Schilf-Glasflügelzikade, die als Überträger Zuckerrübenanbau in Deutschland gefährdet


Julius Kühn-Institut Dossenheim beteiligt an PENTA-RESIST-Projekt zur Eindämmung der Zuckerrübenkrankheit Syndrome Basse Richesse – Förderbescheide übergeben


The legume family tree - Massive molecular study uncovers clues to the evolution and diversification of essential plant family


May 7, 2021


Essential virulence proteins of corn smut discovered - Plant pathogen needs membrane-bound protein complex to be virulent


Winning gene combination takes all - Researchers have traced the remaining last steps of the biological pathway that gives oats resistance to the deadly crop disease take-all


11 genes for carotenoid traits in kernels provide a roadmap for more nutritious maize


May 6, 2021


Zweite Robotergeneration zur mechanischen Unkrautbekämpfung in Zuckerrüben startet


Frühblüher: Neues europaweites Bürgerforschungsprojekt zu Schlüsselblumen


Legume learners and the nitrogen fix


The Green Revolution was built on manipulating genes to breed higher-yielding, disease resistant crops - Here’s an ode to one of its pioneers, Sanjaya Rajaram (Genetic Literacy Project)


May 5, 2021


Pea plants make smart investment decisions that could help inform sustainable agriculture


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