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Highlight  Modifications in glutamine synthetase OsGS1-2 expression and fungal pathogenicity underlie nitrogen-induced susceptibility to rice blast. Understanding why nitrogen fertilization increase the impact of many plant diseases is of major importance. The interaction between Magnaporthe oryzae and rice was used as a model for analyzing the molecular mechanisms underlying Nitrogen-Induced Susceptibility (NIS).


MADS-domain proteins are important transcription factors involved in several biological processes of plants. The team of Xuhu Guo from Chongqing University in China aimed to study SlMBP11, a member of the AGL15 subfamily, by expressing in tomato (Solanum lycopersicon) plants.


Highlight  Modifications in glutamine synthetase OsGS1-2 expression and fungal pathogenicity underlie nitrogen-induced susceptibility to rice blast. Understanding why nitrogen fertilization increase the impact of many plant diseases is of major importance. The interaction between Magnaporthe oryzae and rice was used as a model for analyzing the molecular mechanisms underlying Nitrogen-Induced Susceptibility (NIS).


One of the chapters in the book Women in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Biotechnology narrates the story behind the approval of the first Bt maize product written by Laura S. Privalle. According to the book, the first Bt maize product represented all the promise that biotechnology brings to sustainable agriculture including lower inputs for farmers, less pesticide use, and higher yields.


Going Abroad in February 2017
Friday, 2017/03/03 | 08:10:55

- Prof Bùi Chí Bửu leaving for Arizona State University, the US to participate the annual conference by VEF, from 09 to 11 Feb. 2017.

- Mr Nguyễn Văn An leaving for Singapore and Indonesia for black pepper meeting, from 20 to 24 Feb. 2017.


IAS Visitors in February 2017
Friday, 2017/03/03 | 08:26:18

- Dr Camem Hubband, Dr. Ankush Prashar, University of Newcastle, the UK, High Tech for Vegetable and Cut Flowers, Feb. 14, 2017.

- Ms. Rita Weidinger, Executive Director, Mr. Mohamed Salifou, Dr. Mariam Ouatara, (Cashew Nut Competitive Project, GIZ, Dr. Nguyễn Thanh Bình, ASEAN SAS, GIZ paid a short visit of Cashewnut R&D Centre, Feb. 14, 2017.


Seminar in February 2017
Monday, 2017/02/27 | 11:06:53

1. Mr. Nguyen Duc Truong, Manager General, Dai Thanh Inc., with the title of “Introduction softwares to manage barcodes” for protection the products in markets”, on Feb 28, 2017

2. Dr Ankush Prashar, Newcastle University, the UK, with the title of "Precision Agriculture", on February 14, 2017

 


Vietnam’s agriculture and overall food system are at a turning point. The country has emerged as one of the world’s leading exporters of agro-food commodities and is among the top five for aquatic products, rice, coffee, tea, cashews, black pepper, rubber, and cassava. However, the sector is experiencing a low quality of growth.


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