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‘Like finding missing puzzle pieces’: Sequenced genome of 15 wheat varieties could speed search for heartier crops

‘Like finding missing puzzle pieces’: Sequenced genome of 15 wheat varieties could speed search for heartier crops

Joshua Minchin | 
[Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan have] sequenced the genomes for 15 wheat varieties representing breeding programmes around the world ...
Decoded locust genome could help develop ‘intelligent pesticides’ that only kill crop-ravaging insects

Decoded locust genome could help develop ‘intelligent pesticides’ that only kill crop-ravaging insects

Joshua Minchin | 
The complete set of genetic information for the desert locust could have major international implications for countries in regions such ...
microctonus brassicae a parasitoid targeting the adult cabbage stem flea beetle psylliodes chrysocephala x

With neonicotinoid insecticides banned, wasps might help UK canola growers combat cabbage stem flea beetle

Sam Mehmet | 
Researchers have determined that the Microctonus brassicae wasp species, and genetically similar parasitic wasps, could be used in controlled conditions ...
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