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Thursday, 2014/05/15 | 08:01:46

Transparency Market Research released a global industry analysis on commercialized conventional and biotech seeds market for 2012 to 2018. The global commercial seeds market was valued at US$34.50 billion in 2011 and is forecasted to attain US$53.32 billion by 2018

Wednesday, 2014/05/14 | 07:57:11

Weed control with herbicides is not possible in several systems including control of wild oat (Avena fatua L.) in tame oat (Avena sativa L.), red rice (Oryza sativa L. var. sylvatica) in rice (Oryza sativa L.), and in organic systems. Competitive crop cultivars can be used to manage weed competition if selective weed control by herbicides is not possible. However, most existing competitive crop cultivars often have low weed-free yield and poor grain quality

Tuesday, 2014/05/13 | 07:57:33

Plant annexins function as either calcium-dependent or -independent phospholipid binding proteins. They make up about 0.1% of total cellular proteins. In the past, there were reports made about annexins alleviating oxidative stress and protecting plant cells. However, these multifunctional proteins are still insufficiently characterized in vivo.

Monday, 2014/05/12 | 09:17:54

A team of researchers from the University of Sheffield in the UK, The University of Western Australia, the University Jaume I in Spain and Utrecht University in The Netherlands has uncovered a mechanism which allows plants to better defend themselves against disease causing pathogens.

Monday, 2014/05/12 | 05:49:25

Cornell University agricultural scientists have discovered that a gene and the protein it expresses play a major role in allowing rice tolerance to toxic metal in acidic soils. Leon Kochian, senior author of the paper, co-directs the project with Cornell rice geneticist Susan McCouch.

Friday, 2014/05/09 | 07:53:59

Thai Nguyen Provincial Farmers' Association in collaboration with the International Cooperation Department of the Central Administration of the Vietnam Farmers Association and Ag Biotech Vietnam (ISAAA's Biotechnology Information Center in Vietnam) held a seminar on Biotechnology Crops – Issues and Concerns. Over 50 participants, including the leaders and staff of Thai Nguyen Provincial Farmers Association and its branches, farmers and farmer group leaders, extension workers and members of the tri media attended the seminar.

Friday, 2014/05/09 | 07:51:27

Researchers from the University of Florida (UF) have discovered that citrus greening attacks plant roots long before the leaves show signs of damage. Evan Johnson, a research assistant scientist with UF's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, said "The role of root infection by insect-carried bacterial pathogens has been greatly underestimated".

Thursday, 2014/05/08 | 07:54:16

PG Economics released the latest report on the global socio-economic and environmental impacts of GM crops from 1996-2012 written by Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot. According to Graham Brookes, in the 17th year of widespread planting of GM crops, more environment friendly farming practices and increased farmers productivity and income were evident in 2012.

Tuesday, 2014/05/06 | 14:46:41

Rice bran, the byproduct of converting brown rice to white rice, is rich in dietary fiber and essential fatty acids. Thus, with the use of biotechnology, rice bran can be richer in α-linolenic acid (ALA) which could be beneficial not just in human health but also in oil industries.

Monday, 2014/05/05 | 07:55:30

Yuriko Osakabe and colleagues from the RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science have studied several newly identified molecules involved in the transport of the hormone abscisic acid (ABA) in plants.

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