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Monday, 2019/09/16 | 08:26:47

Interfacial mixing and transport are nonequilibrium processes coupling kinetic to macroscopic scales. They occur in fluids, plasmas, and materials over celestial events to atoms. Grasping their fundamentals can advance a broad range of disciplines in science, mathematics, and engineering. This paper focuses on the long-standing classic problem of stability of a phase boundary—a fluid interface that has a mass flow across it

Sunday, 2019/09/15 | 06:09:30

Plants manufacture compounds to help them repel pests, attract pollinators, cure infections and protect themselves from excess temperatures, drought, and other hazards in the environment. Salk Institute researchers who are studying how plants evolved the abilities to make these natural chemicals have now uncovered how an enzyme called chalcone isomerase evolved to enable plants to make products that are important to their survival.

Saturday, 2019/09/14 | 07:17:05

The chloroplast splicing and ribosome maturation (CRM) domain proteins have functions in the splicing of chloroplast gene introns. Several CRM domain proteins have been discovered to be involved in chloroplast development in many plants, but their functions in rice are still yet to be known.

Friday, 2019/09/13 | 08:12:36

Global warming has resulted not only in increased incidences of drought and heatwaves but also increased rainfall which brings higher flood risk. Flooding is a major problem for crops as too much water deprives them of oxygen and suffocates them. Scientists at Utrecht University have discovered how some plants quickly detect being underwater when flooded, and how these plants initiate processes that prevent them from drowning.

Thursday, 2019/09/12 | 08:25:23

Improving global food systems is essential to addressing climate change, mitigating biodiversity loss, and meeting both sustainability and human development goals. International assessments from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services and business and technology innovations such as lab-grown and plant-based meat

Wednesday, 2019/09/11 | 08:32:18

Terraced mountainsides growing a range of crops – cereals, forage and vegetables like carrot and garlic that the people had never seen before; and a wide variety of trees (even apples!) – are a common sight in Yewol today. While that’s how the fields look like, the homesteads too have gone for a change and new breeds of livestock can be spotted. Surplus fodder and crop produce from this region making its way to nearby markets is beginning to catch up.

Tuesday, 2019/09/10 | 08:14:54

“I’ve been a farmer all my life. I had not received any training in agriculture and only used my local knowledge,” says Yohana Zablon (63), a smallholder farmer from Njage Village in Morogoro, Tanzania.“A few months ago, I was approached by some members of Tupendane Youth Group in our village, who had just come back from a training programme in rice farming.

Monday, 2019/09/09 | 08:24:50

Global food prices declined in August, driven by sharp falls in the prices of staple cereals and sugar, according to a report issued today by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. The FAO Food Price Index, which tracks monthly changes in the international prices of commonly traded food commodities, averaged 169.8 points in August 2019, down 1.1 percent from July while still up 1.1 percent from its August 2018 level.

Sunday, 2019/09/08 | 04:11:26

Scientists from AgResearch in New Zealand have developed a genetically modified (GM) ryegrass known as the High Metabolisable Energy (HME) Ryegrass, which aims to strike a balance among reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, better drought tolerance, and farm productivity. Ryegrass is used as a high-quality pasture grass for livestock. Today's market has dairy farmers becoming more conscious about the environment and are searching for ways to reduce their carbon footprint while improving their produce at the same time.

Saturday, 2019/09/07 | 06:15:06

The US remains as the top producer of biotech crops in 2018, according to the Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops in 2018 released by the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA). The US government's strong support to biotechnology and the commitment of the government agencies to modernize the coordinated framework to regulate biotech products reflect the country's leadership in acceptance and recognition of the scientific basis of the technology.

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