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Wednesday, 2014/07/02 | 08:20:16

Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) is a polyunsaturated fatty acid desired in human and animal diets. Some wild soybean (Glycine soja) genotypes are high in ALA. The objective of this study was to identify quantitative trait loci (QTLs) controlling ALA concentration in a wild soybean accession, PI483463. In total, 188 recombinant inbred lines of F5:6, F5:7, and F5:8 generations derived from a cross of wild soybean PI483463 (~15 % ALA) and cultivar Hutcheson (~9 % ALA) were planted in four environments

Tuesday, 2014/07/01 | 08:11:24

This study was done to determine the effect of initial node strength on dry matter yield of cassava. Studies were conducted at the Waterloo Research Campus, University of Trinidad and Tobago using the sets of Mexican variety (Mx) at 6 months with 1 to 3 nodes, 4 to 9 cm, and dry matter of 6 to 15 g/set.

Sunday, 2014/06/29 | 11:03:33

The SNAC1 gene belongs to the stress-related NAC superfamily of transcription factors. It was identified from rice and overexpressed in cotton cultivar YZ1 by Agrobacterium tumefaciens -mediated transformation. SNAC1 -overexpressing cotton plants showed more vigorous growth, especially in terms of root development, than the wild-type plants in the presence of 250 mM NaCl under hydroponic growth conditions.

Friday, 2014/06/27 | 14:05:45

Neurons have a limited capacity for heat shock protein (HSP) induction and are vulnerable to the pathogenic consequence of protein misfolding and aggregation as seen in age-related neurodegenerative diseases. Sirtuin 1 (SIRT1), an NADþ-dependent lysine deacetylase with important biological functions, has been shown to sustain the DNA-binding state of HSF1 for HSP induction.

Thursday, 2014/06/26 | 08:16:07

Ever since Darwin’s pioneering research, a major challenge in biology has been to understand the genetic basis of morphological evolution. Utilizing the natural variation in leaf morphology between tomato and two related wild species, we identified a gene network module that leads to a dynamic rewiring of interactions in the whole leaf developmental gene regulatory network

Wednesday, 2014/06/25 | 11:11:17

Global food security demands the development of new technologies to increase and secure cereal production on finite arable land without increasing water and fertilizer use. Although the use of heterosis through hybrid breeding has produced tremendous economic benefits in worldwide crop production

Tuesday, 2014/06/24 | 08:11:26

High-throughput markers, such as SNPs, along with different methodologies were used to evaluate the applicability of the Bayesian approach and the multivariate analysis in structuring the genetic diversity in cassavas.

Saturday, 2014/06/21 | 15:10:41

The potato late blight pathogen was introduced to Europe in the 1840s and caused the devastating loss of a staple crop, resulting in the Irish potato famine and subsequent diaspora. Research on this disease has engendered much debate, which in recent years has focused on whether the geographic origin of the pathogen is South America or central Mexico

Friday, 2014/06/20 | 08:21:56

Systems biology is an approach to dissection of complex traits that explicitly recognizes the impact of genetic, physiological, and environmental interactions in the generation of phenotypic variation. We describe comprehensive transcriptional and metabolic profiling in Drosophila melanogaster across four diets, finding little overlap in modular architecture.

Thursday, 2014/06/19 | 08:08:20

Eukaryotic cells have developed a variety of mechanisms to sort proteins into distinct intracellular compartments, using protein signals and potentially mRNA localization. Most mitochondrial proteins are nucleus-encoded and imported into mitochondria. The amino acid signals and receptors involved in import are now well characterized

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