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  Genetic find might lead to cattle that are more resistant to TB
Roslin team find genes associated with TB resistance in cattle
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  Plant ageing gene key to food supply
Controlling the life-cycle of plants could help increase food production
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  UC Citrus Genetics Gets Boost
USDA Funds High-density SNP Genotyping Array
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  ENSSER’s View on GM Biosafety Consensus Challenged by Industry
Disagreement over extent of consensus
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  Kiwifruit Genome Sequencing Highlights Duplication Events
Kiwifruit Genome Sequencing Highlights Duplication Events
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  Arabidopsis Multicellular Growth Untypical, Say University of Leeds Research
Arabidopsis is exceptional in not having a "censorship" protein called SMG1.
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  Plant scientists move closer to making any crop drought-tolerant.
New research builds on breakthrough discovery at UC Riverside of synthetic chemical pyrabactin.
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  Researchers discover novel mechanism protecting plants against freezing
New ground broken by Michigan State University biochemists helps explain how plants protect themselves from freezing temperatures and could lead to di...
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  Black rice rivals pricey blueberries as source of healthful antioxidants
Health conscious consumers who hesitate at the price of fresh blueberries and blackberries, fruits renowned for high levels of healthful antioxidants,...
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  Study predicts massive impact of drought tolerant maize in Africa
New varieties of drought-tolerant maize could generate up to $1.5 billion for African farmers, consumers.
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