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Thursday, 2014/04/10 | 08:03:18

8 April 2014, Santiago de Chile - A new FAO report finds that urban and peri-urban agriculture (UPA) is widespread in Latin America and the Caribbean, but realizing its full potential requires increased support from national, state and local governments.

Thursday, 2014/04/10 | 08:02:30

First came an announcement from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on new partnerships that are being formed between the NIH, drug companies, and nonprofit organizations to target intractable diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, type 2 diabetes mellitus, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus (1).

Wednesday, 2014/04/09 | 07:45:52

In plants, the AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR (ARF) transcription factor family regulates gene expression in response to auxin. In the absence of auxin, ARF transcription factors are repressed by interaction with AUXIN/INDOLE 3-ACETIC ACID (Aux/IAA) proteins. Although the C termini of ARF and Aux/IAA proteins facilitate their homo- and heterooligomerization, the molecular basis for this interaction remained undefined.

Wednesday, 2014/04/09 | 07:45:29

Our study (2) used both near-surface and airborne atmospheric measurements of CH4 concentrations to characterize the total mass of methane added to the atmosphere by surface emissions, discretized in space and time. We conclude that total United States methane emissions in 2007–2008 were 33.4 ± 1.4 TgC/yr (44.5 TgCH4/yr), 45–57% above the most recent US EPA baseline estimate for those years (3).

Tuesday, 2014/04/08 | 08:22:27

An international group of scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Germany and their colleagues in the United States have identified the sugar transporter that plays a key role in nectar production, an important but less known plant process.

Monday, 2014/04/07 | 07:51:26

ISAAA produced an infographic on Bt cotton manifesting the "7 wonders of the Bt cotton" and drawing the key trends in cotton sectoral transformation in India. It is based on the major findings of a report that is a result of the largest and most comprehensive survey involving 2,400 Bt cotton farmers across the three agro-ecologically distinct cotton growing states.

Saturday, 2014/04/05 | 12:02:03

Forty-five (45) regulators, researchers, and officers of the Philippine Department of Agriculture's (DA), Bureau of Plant Industry (BPI), Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority (FPA), Philippine Fiber Industry Development Authority (PhilFIDA), and Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) based in Visayas and Mindanao were recently updated and trained about crop biotechnology, its global and local status and benefits, the national biosafety regulatory system, and science communication principles and tips during the Science Communication Workshop: Enhancing Biotech Knowledge and Communication Skills on 1-2 April2014 at Cebu Parklane International Hotel, Cebu City.

Friday, 2014/04/04 | 07:57:24

FAO is putting together emergency livelihood kits designed to help families get back to farming and other agricultural activities.

31 March, Juba/Rome - The Government of the United Kingdom has released $13.7 million in emergency funding to FAO to help conflict-affected families in South Sudan restore their agriculture-based livelihoods and stave off an increasingly alarming food security situation.

Thursday, 2014/04/03 | 08:04:23

Scientists at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in the UK revealed the reason behind the multiple and extreme-level resistance in mosquitoes found in the rice fields of Tiassalé in southern Côte d'Ivoire discovered in 2011. The results of their investigation are published in PLoS Genetics.

Wednesday, 2014/04/02 | 07:57:10

A nationwide research team led by University of California Davis Professor David Neale has successfully sequenced the massive genome of the loblolly pine, the most commercially important tree species in the United States and the source of most American paper products. The draft genome, which is seven times bigger than the human genome, is the largest genome sequenced to date and the most complete conifer genome sequence ever published.


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