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Sunday, 2019/07/07 | 06:09:04

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory have discovered that the protein that turns on oil synthesis also activates a protein that puts the brakes on the same process.The scientists found that a protein known as BADC exerts its braking mechanism by inserting itself into ACCase, a key enzyme involved in making fatty acids.

Saturday, 2019/07/06 | 06:09:46

Members of Parliament from Uganda have called upon the Kenyan government to fast track the commercialization of Bt cotton so that the entire East African Community can benefit from its advantages. This was during a genetic engineering regulatory learning visit to Kenya. Uganda Biosciences Information Center (UBIC) collaborated with ISAAA AfriCenter to organize a learning visit on genetic engineering regulation for policymakers and regulators.

Friday, 2019/07/05 | 07:58:41

The bacterial gdhA gene encodes NADH-GDH enzyme. The gdhA-transgenic tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) plants exhibited high growth performance and enhanced herbicide resistance as well as drought tolerance. In addition, the gdhA gene when expressed in maize plants could increase productivity because of improving stress tolerance.

Thursday, 2019/07/04 | 08:27:40

DREB transcription factor group is related to responses of plants to abiotic stresses including drought. In a study conducted by Vietnamese scientists, the ZmDREB2A transgenic maize lines at the seedling stage were evaluated for drought resistance and biochemical characteristics. 


Wednesday, 2019/07/03 | 08:05:06

CropLife Pakistan conducted a value assessment trial of genetically modified (GM) maize seed technology to exhibit benefits of biotechnology and allow key stakeholders to observe first-hand the performance of the GM maize hybrids in the field. The event emphasized the importance of cultivating GM maize in Pakistan to move from subsistence farming practices to more technologically advanced commercial farming

Tuesday, 2019/07/02 | 08:18:17

Intrexon Corporation has announced that their Non-Browning GreenVenus™ Romaine lettuce is advancing to commercial trials. Data from commercial indoor production showed that GreenVenus™ has improved shelf life up to 2 weeks and has no tip burn. GreenVenus™ has been assessed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and is not to be subject to regulation under 7CFR Part 340 for plants altered or produced through genetic engineering. GreenVenus™ will also help in reducing food waste.

Monday, 2019/07/01 | 08:04:47

Argentina's Minister of AgroIndustry Luis Miguel Etechevehere and Christian Monty, Head of Global Cotton from BASF have announced the release of a new GMO trait for cotton that provides herbicide and insect resistance. The new release is the fifth trait approved for cotton in Argentina after Bt (1998), Roundup Ready (2001), RRBt (2009), glyphosate and glufosinate (2009), and glyphosate and HPPD inhibitors (2019).

Sunday, 2019/06/30 | 06:27:39

A new spirit of consensus, the embracing of partnerships and a new cross-disciplinary teamwork approach to tackling food security challenges are now hallmarks of how the Food and Organization of the United Nations (FAO) operates, Director-General José Graziano da Silva told member states today. Those institutional innovations have boosted the salience of two key policy shifts in pursuing FAO's mandates - understanding that reducing hunger is more about access than production

Saturday, 2019/06/29 | 06:03:06

Flesh-eating bacteria employ a devious strategy. When the bacteria, known as Streptococcus pyogenes, slip under the skin via a small cut or bug bite, they eat away at the tissue underneath, causing a condition called necrotizing fasciitis. One of the early, defining symptoms is that a minor wound or abrasion becomes intensely painful, far more painful than it ought to feel.

Friday, 2019/06/28 | 08:15:29

India’s strides in agricultural science innovations can greatly benefit African nations, enhancing South-South collaboration between the two regions, said Dr Peter Carberry, Director General, ICRISAT, at the Foundation Day Lecture of the Indian National Academy of Agricultural Sciences on 5 June 2019.

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