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Monday, 2014/09/08 | 08:24:00

Tomato yellow leaf curl virus disease causes enormous yield losses in tomato production worldwide and is caused by different begomoviruses, with tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) as the most important one. Recently, we have cloned to our knowledge the first resistance gene against TYLCV

Sunday, 2014/09/07 | 16:50:36

Genetically modified animals are used for industrial applications as well as scientific research, and studies on these animals contribute to a better understanding of biological mechanisms. Gene targeting techniques have been developed to edit specific gene loci in the genome, but the conventional strategy of homologous recombination with a gene-targeted vector has low efficiency and many technical complications. Here, we generated specific gene knockout chickens through the use of transcription activator-like effector nuclease (TALEN)-mediated gene targeting.

Saturday, 2014/09/06 | 06:15:22

Water-soluble protein content (SPC) is a critical factor in both food quality and the production of isolated soybean proteins. However, few data are available regarding the genetic control and the mechanisms contributing to elevated SPC. In this study, a soybean collection of 192 accessions from a wide geographic range was used to identify genomic regions associated with soybean protein content (PC) and SPC using an association mapping approach employing 1,536 SNP makers and 232 haplotypes.

Friday, 2014/09/05 | 08:13:32

Recent developments in sequencing and genotyping technologies enable researchers to generate high-density single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotype data for mapping studies. For polyploid species, the SNP genotypes are informative about allele dosage, and Hackett et al. (PLoS ONE 8:e63939, 2013) presented theory about how dosage information can be used in linkage map construction and quantitative trait locus (QTL) mapping for an F1 population in an autotetraploid species

Thursday, 2014/09/04 | 08:12:36

In the recent past, genetic analyses of grapevine focused mainly on the identification of resistance loci for major diseases such as powdery and downy mildew. Currently, breeding programs make intensive use of these results by applying molecular markers linked to the resistance traits. However, modern genetics also allows to address additional agronomic traits that have considerable impact on the selection of grapevine cultivars.

Wednesday, 2014/09/03 | 07:55:46

Clubroot caused by Plasmodiophora brassicae is becoming an emerging threat to the production of crucifer vegetable crops in China. The aim of this study was to devel  op an effective biocontrol strategy against clubroot of Chinese cabbage. Results indicated that six out of fourteen bacterial strains that were isolated from vegetable rhizosphere soil reduced disease severity of Chinese cabbage by more than 50.% under greenhouse conditions

Tuesday, 2014/09/02 | 11:05:03

Crop yields are limited primarily by unavailability of nutrients in agricultural soil. Adoption of reduced-tillage and no-tillage systems leads to stratification of nutrients in surface soil, so management of phosphorus (P) in these systems is a major issue. The objective of this research was to understand the influence of placement (broadcast vs. deep-placed P) and fertilizer source (granular vs. liquid P) on the reaction products of P under greenhouse conditions using soil columns.

Sunday, 2014/08/31 | 09:52:58

Genomic selection is an upgrading form of marker-assisted selection for quantitative traits, and it differs from the traditional marker-assisted selection in that markers in the entire genome are used to predict genetic values and the QTL detection step is skipped. Genomic selection holds the promise to be more efficient than the traditional marker-assisted selection for traits controlled by polygenes. Genomic selection for pure breed improvement is based on marker information and thus leads to cost-saving due to early selection before phenotypes are measured.

Friday, 2014/08/29 | 08:16:05

Small RNAs can potently and precisely regulate gene expression; as a result, they have tremendous clinical potential. However, effective delivery of small RNAs to solid tumors has remained challenging. Here we report that a lipid/polymer nanoparticle can deliver small RNAs to treat autochthonous tumors in the so-called “KP” mouse model of lung cancer.

Thursday, 2014/08/28 | 07:55:32

Cassava (Manihot esculenta) can be tolerant to much lower temperatures after undergoing chilling acclimation. Ming Peng and Weixiong Zhang from Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences and Jianghan University, respectively, now try to determine the mechanism of chilling acclimation.

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