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John Innes Centre scientists identify protein which boosts rice

John Innes Centre scientists identify protein which boosts rice

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John Innes Centre scientists identify protein which boosts rice yield by fifty percent. Dr Tony Miller

U of T Scarborough Professor Herbert Kronzucker has helped identify "superstar" varieties of rice that can reduce fertilizer loss and cut down on ...

John Innes Centre scientists identify protein which boosts rice yield by fifty percent | Science, bitches!

Rediscovery of Mendel's paper

Previously grainy wheat genome comes into focus. Wheat genome finally cracked. John Innes Centre

Two main methods for gene identification: QTL analysis and genome-wide association study (GWAS). This time the team focused on GWAS. Credit: Kobe University

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Defending Mendel

Previously grainy wheat genome comes into focus

Death of John Innes

New green revolution set to start with speed breeding

Conference: Molecular Biology of Plant Pathogen.

Naturally occurring protein discovered which boosts rice yield by 50%

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Lead author of the study Dr Brande Wulff from the John Innes Centre

Sequence and analysis of chromosome 4 of the plant Arabidopsis thaliana

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A.J. Maule's research while affiliated with John Innes Centre and other places

Creation of the John Innes Centre

First commercial 'John Innes' fruit varieties released

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A farmer in Chittagong, Bangladesh carries his rice harvest. Credit: University of Melbourne

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Dr Frank Sainsbury and Professor George Lomonossoff awarded BBSRC's 'Innovator of the Year'

The John Innes Institute moves to Norwich

Green Revolution gene identified

Chinese Academy of Sciences - JIC Centre of Excellence launched

John Innes Compost formula published

CBMNet scientists identify key step in production of Body Odour

Plasmodesmata “in Communicado”

The John Innes Horticultural Institution moves to Bayfordbury

The speed breeding technique was developed by scientists at the University of Sydney, the University

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Angelina Kamba

High protein 'super-pea' developed

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Lionel Hill's research while affiliated with John Innes Centre and other places

How plant sensors detect pathogens

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Rice University graduate student Shelly Cheng prepares soil samples for testing. Credit: Jeff Fitlow/Rice University

BBSRC LINK success for CBMNet member

Lionel Hill's research works | John Innes Centre, Norwich and other places

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Advances in the genetics of flower colour

International Rice Research Notes 2003

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Andrew Merryweather's research works | John Innes Centre, Norwich and other places

Discovery of how plants detect pathogens could be a major boost for agriculture

BBSRC Phase II NIBBs Announced

Monaghan J, Matschi S, Romeis T, Zipfel C (2015)

Four routes to saving water.

June 27, 2016, John Innes Centre

... John Innes Centre. The researchers say their speed breeding technique has the potential to not only boost yields for

Kenneth Mather coins the term 'polygene' and developed a theory of polygenic inheritance

In 1989, Hubert G. Zandstra, former director, Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition Science Division, International Research Development Centre, Canada, ...

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FRIGIDA Delays Flowering in Arabidopsis via a Cotranscriptional Mechanism Involving Direct Interaction with the Nuclear Cap-Binding Complex

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Nature Genetics: Wheat receptor-kinase-like protein Stb6 controls gene-for-gene resistance to fungal pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici (2018)

OPERA/Research Centre of Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (press release), May 11, 2010

In a letter to the editors* of Nature, John R. Porter, Chair of the Independent Steering Committee for the CGIAR Research Program on Wheat, and Tony Fischer ...

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Andrew Merryweather's research works | John Innes Centre, Norwich and other places

Malawi Small Scale Livestock and Livelihoods Program

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New approach to improve nitrogen use, enhance yield, and promote flowering in rice

... changing the number of floral organs and locules (the gelatinous seed cavities within the tomato), which can determine just how big the fruit will grow.

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In 2001, Shu-Huang Ou, former head of the IRRI Department of Plant Pathology (1962-78) and author of the classic book, Rice Diseases, passed away at his ...

Vernalization – a cold-induced epigenetic switch | Journal of Cell Science

Dr Lee Hickey in the glasshouse

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Scientists have genetically engineered several biofortified food plants to tackle a scourge of developing countries—micronutrient malnutrition.

Lab Wars: a game of scientific sabotage : A view From the Bridge

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a, b, Root nodules in wild-type Medicago truncatula (a) and the Medicago 7Y mutant (b), which is unable to restrict plant defences in cells that have been ...

Dr. FENG, Xuqiao, Full-professor of Food quality and safety in the College of Food Science and Engineering, Bohai Univerisity, and the Head of Institute for ...

Lesley Fish's research while affiliated with John Innes Centre and other places

Rice panicle affected by rice blast. Credit: John Innes Centre

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ESOF 2018 daily programme

Dr Emily Grossman, science communicator, author

Chemistry Highlights 2005 | December 19, 2005 Issue - Vol. 83 Issue 51 | Chemical & Engineering News

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Scientists Identify Molecular Signatures That Can Be Predictive of Age

How plant sensors detect pathogens

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