AgriTech - Research elucidates why cultivated rye is less resistant than wild species
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Novel inexpensive method to detect synthetic cannabinoids and banned pesticides quickly

To create innovative tests for a variety of chemicals, such as banned pesticides and dangerous, synthetic cannabinoids, scientists have changed proteins that are involved in plants’ natural reactions to stress.

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Research elucidates why cultivated rye is less resistant than wild species

Rye was domesticated by humans over a period of many thousands of years. They have significantly reduced its genetic flexibility as a result. Today, wild rye is more genetically diverse than its cousins and has a greater ability to recombine this genetic diversity.

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Research highlights how natural cellular molecules trigger plant immune responses

Natural cellular molecules that control vital plant immune responses have been found, according to two studies conducted by scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne, Germany, and their Chinese counterparts.

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Finding ways to help farmers optimize cover crop production

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Researchers investigate the effects of urbanization on bee communities in smallholder farms

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New form of rapid test can detect infections in farm animals

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Exploring advances in soil additions to help soil biology

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Rhizosphere-on-a-chip with a simulated soil allows scientists to view how roots grow over time

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