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Tar spot complex (TSC) is a major foliar disease of maize in many Central and Latin American countries and leads to severe yield loss. To dissect the genetic architecture of TSC resistance, a genome-wide association study (GWAS) panel and a bi-parental doubled haploid population were used for GWAS and selective genotyping analysis, respectively. A total of 115 SNPs in bin 8.03 were detected by GWAS and three QTL in bins 6.05, 6.07, and 8.03 were detected by selective genotyping.


Gene Editing Cockroaches with CRISPR-Cas9
Wednesday, 2022/05/25 | 06:25:54

Kyoto University and Institute of Evolutionary Biology (CSIC-Universitat Pompeu Fabra) scientists presented a simple and efficient technique for gene editing in insects. Their study is detailed in Cell Reports Methods. Insects provide diversity and limitless possibilities for research tools that can help provide answers to fundamental questions about life. Gene editing of insects usually requires microinjection of materials into embryos, which is challenging in most species

 


Tar spot complex (TSC) is a major foliar disease of maize in many Central and Latin American countries and leads to severe yield loss. To dissect the genetic architecture of TSC resistance, a genome-wide association study (GWAS) panel and a bi-parental doubled haploid population were used for GWAS and selective genotyping analysis, respectively. A total of 115 SNPs in bin 8.03 were detected by GWAS and three QTL in bins 6.05, 6.07, and 8.03 were detected by selective genotyping.


The Framework for Responsible Use of Gene Editing in Agriculture was developed by the Coalition for Responsible Gene Editing in Agriculture. It is meant to increase transparency and stakeholder engagement to build trust in the products derived through gene editing and those using them and is continuously getting the support of organizations in the biotech field.


Going Abroad in November 2019
Thursday, 2019/12/05 | 10:35:38

Mr. Phạm Thành Nhân, Dong Thap Muoi Research and Development Centre, leaving for IRRI, the Philippines, to join the three-month training course by IRRI from  November 13, 2019 to January 21, 2020


IAS Visitor in November 2019
Thursday, 2019/12/05 | 10:36:15

Mr. Li Jianqiang (Director), Ms. Feng Chunmei (Technical Director), Mr. Tan Yewei (Business Manager) - Subtropical  Crop Research Institute, QuangXi, China, paid a short visit how to cooperate with the IAS about crop production and consumption, November 12, 2019.


Seminar and Workshop in April 2022
Friday, 2022/05/06 | 08:04:11

MARD held the meeting on "Current situation and orientation of sustainable cassava development in Vietnam, on April 8, 2022. MARD held the workshop on "Practical farming to obtain efficient outputs through protocol optimization, low input, low production cost", on April 13, 2022

 


The COVID-19 pandemic made the Vietnam GDP in the third quarter decrease by 6.2 per cent as compared to the same period last year. Finally, the real GDP growth in 2021 reached 2.5% (General Statistics Office of Vietnam). Before that, both the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM), under the Ministry of Planning and Investment, and the World Bank were optimistic about Việt Nam’s economy in 2021, predicting growth of 6.0 per cent and 6.8 per cent, respectively.


 

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