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Wednesday, 2019/12/18 | 08:20:35

In plant, auxin plays a critical role in many aspects of plant growth and development. Although a number of auxin biosynthetic pathways have been identified. A study by scientists from Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry reported that AtYUCCA6 gene belonging to the YUCCA family, encoding putative flavin monooxygenase enzymes plays critical roles in plant growth and development.

Tuesday, 2019/12/17 | 08:04:04

Three fluffy cheetah cubs lounge under a tree at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, in Front Royal, Virginia. Off exhibit from the public, the 1-year-old cats roam a large and grassy enclosure behind a high, chain-link fence. They are the newest of 56 cubs born at this facility since 2007 (1). Breeding cheetahs to produce cubs such as these was once famously difficult. The biggest problem was that zoos were “not paying attention to natural history,” says Craig Saffoe

Monday, 2019/12/16 | 08:17:08

Three million undernourished people in Asia and the Pacific must be lifted out of hunger each month from now on, if the region is to meet the SDG 2 Zero Hunger goal by the end of 2030, says a new report released today by four United Nations agencies. With nearly half-a-billion of the world's undernourished people living in Asia-Pacific - and with the 2030 deadline for Zero Hunger

Sunday, 2019/12/15 | 07:17:38

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory have discovered a new function in a plant enzyme that could help in designing new chemical catalysts. The enzyme catalyzes, or initiates, one of the cornerstone chemical reactions needed to synthesize organic molecules, including those found in lubricants, cosmetics, and those used as raw materials for making plastics.

Saturday, 2019/12/14 | 09:06:30

Biotech Crop are considered as the fastest adopted crop technology in the history of modern agriculture, according to ISAAA Pocket K 16: Biotech Crop Highlights in 2018. From the initial planting of 1.7 million hectares in 1996 when the first biotech crop was commercialized, the 191.7 million hectares planted in 2018 indicates a ~113-fold increase.

Friday, 2019/12/13 | 08:05:38

An international team led by researchers at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) has identified genes that confer resistance to multiple leaf rust species in barley. Simon Krattinger from KAUST's Center for Desert Agriculture refers to their findings as non-host resistance, the resistance of an entire species against all strains of a pathogen. Cereal-rust relationship is ideal for studying nonhost resistance because all cereals belong to the grass family

Thursday, 2019/12/12 | 08:35:03

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) has successfully secured the endorsement of ASEAN Member States (AMS) and the support of Plus Three dialogue partners for the launch of ASEAN Rice Net, a new regional network for sharing and evaluating advanced IRRI-developed rice breeding lines. The collaborative partnership is underpinned by the Rice Genetic Solutions for Climate Resilience and Value Addition program.

Wednesday, 2019/12/11 | 08:07:46

On the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, in the Chagga community’s Shimbwe Juu village, much of the area is divided into ‘Kihamba’, plots of land with a traditional home and garden. Here, the Kihamba help form a multilayered agroforestry system that boasts over 500 types of plants and is rich in biodiversity. Coffee, yams, bananas, ginger, taro and cassava thrive amongst fruit trees that are irrigated even in the dry season by a network of water channels flowing 17 kilometres down the mountainside

Tuesday, 2019/12/10 | 08:20:02

FAO launched today a three-year Global Action for Fall Armyworm Control to scale up efforts to curb the growing spread of the invasive pest which is causing serious damage to food production and affecting millions of farmers across the world. Fall Armyworm (FAW), a crop pest native to the Americas, has rapidly spread through Africa, and to the Near East and Asia in the past four years.

Monday, 2019/12/09 | 08:39:37

FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu today participated at the UN Inter-Agency Standing Committee Principals Meeting together with UN counterparts whose agencies, like FAO, work on the humanitarian front. The meeting provided an opportunity for the FAO Director-General to exchange ideas with fellow principals on global humanitarian work issues.

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