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Long-distance insular dispersal is associated with divergence and speciation because of founder effects and strong genetic drift. The cotton tribe (Gossypieae) has experienced multiple trans-oceanic dispersals, generating an aggregate geographic range that encompasses much of the tropics and subtropics worldwide. Two genera in the Gossypieae, Kokia and Gossypioides, exhibit a remarkable geographic disjunction, being restricted to the Hawaiian Islands and Madagascar/East Africa, respectively.


A team of European scientists conducted a two-year, extensive analysis on the future of food, nutrition, agriculture, and health. The study is a part of the global InterAcademy Partnership project comprised of 130 science academies. The findings of the study were published in a report by the European Academies' Science Advisory Council (EASAC).


Long-distance insular dispersal is associated with divergence and speciation because of founder effects and strong genetic drift. The cotton tribe (Gossypieae) has experienced multiple trans-oceanic dispersals, generating an aggregate geographic range that encompasses much of the tropics and subtropics worldwide. Two genera in the Gossypieae, Kokia and Gossypioides, exhibit a remarkable geographic disjunction, being restricted to the Hawaiian Islands and Madagascar/East Africa, respectively.


USDA FAS Releases Annual Agbiotech Report for Japan
Wednesday, 2017/12/13 | 08:10:01

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service (USDA FAS) has released the 2017 Agricultural Biotechnology Annual for Japan. The report states that Japan remains as one of the world's largest per-capita importers of food and feed produced using modern biotechnologies. The United States is its dominant supplier of corn, accounting for 70 percent of Japanese corn imports in 2016.


Going Abroad in November 2017
Monday, 2017/12/11 | 08:13:24

- Mr. Nguyễn Văn Chương, Mr. Võ Văn Quang leaving for Korea under theo project of “Soybean Breeding and Seed Technology”, form October 31 to November 3, 2017. 

- Dr. Nguyễn Công Thành  leaving for India to participate the International Workshop on Organic Agriculture, November 07-15, 2017.


IAS Visitor in November 2017
Monday, 2017/12/11 | 08:15:27

- Prof. Dr. Katalin Posta, Faculty of Agriculture and Ecology, SZENT ISTVÁN UNIVERSITY, Hungary; paid a short visit to discuss about crop production’s water saving, November 3, 2017. 

- Mr. LIM Tau Boon, Director, Arif Efektif Co., Vice Manager, Real Strong Organic Fertilizer Inc., Malaysia, discussed about microorganism fertilizer for black pepper and rubber via MOU, which is being prepared, November 6, 2017.


Seminar in April 2017
Monday, 2017/04/24 | 13:06:33

After the study on DNA structure (April 25, 1953) by James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, and Rosalind Franklin; rice genome as well as crop species has been developed in term of a new era of green revolution with the emphasis on genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics.


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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