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Research finds kava safe and effective

... not the traditional way of prescribing Kava in the Pacific Islands. Our study used a water-soluble extract from the peeled rootstock of a medicinal cultivar of the plant, which is approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration of Australia and is currently legal in Australia for medicinal use." ...

Mach One Corporation Enters Letter of Intent to Acquire Ceres Organic Harvest, Inc.

... of wheat, flour, oats, corn, flax, barley and other products. Ceres is currently launching a number of oat-based products using a proprietary oat cultivar with substantially higher fiber and beta-glucan content. Ceres/OGM operates a grain elevator in North Dakota, with corporate offices in St. Paul, ...
Cultivar in Biological News

Analysis of fresh strawberries reveals consumer preferences

... Plotto of the USDA-ARS, the researchers evaluated five selections and one cultivar of the University of Florida breeding program as well as two new cultivars ... sweetness, and tartness preferences. 'Festival', the main strawberry cultivar grown in Florida, had low ratings for flavor and sweetness in January and ...

The 21st century tomato

... segments of S. pennellii were introgressed into the genome of the cultivar Solanum lycopersicum var. Roma. Different lines of the cultivar were then created that differed only in the chromosomal segment received ...

Is transgenic cotton more profitable?

... that a grower may purchase has outpaced the capacity of the official cultivar trials (OCTs) to adequately evaluate their economic value. First, large ... from non-transgenic, Bollgard and Bollgard/Roundup Ready technologies. cultivar differences were noted among the non-transgenic cultivars. Again in ...

Organic food not nutritionally better than conventionally-produced food

... as satisfactory quality, the studies had to provide information on the organic certification scheme from which the foodstuffs were derived, the cultivar of crop or breed of livestock analysed, the nutrient or other nutritionally relevant substance assessed, the laboratory analytical methods used, and ...

Warming climate threatens California fruit and nut production

... certain amount of winter chill, traditionally expressed as the number of winter chilling hours between 32 and 45 degrees Fahrenheit. Each species or cultivar is assumed to have a specific chilling requirement, which needs to be fulfilled every winter. Insufficient winter chill plays havoc with flowering ...

Apple enthusiasts welcome WineCrisp

... been a long road, but the results are receiving rave reviews from apple lovers. Following more than 25 years of breeding and research, a new apple cultivar has been introduced by scientists from the cooperative apple breeding program of the Illinois, New Jersey, and Indiana experiment stations. This ...

Food security for leaf-cutting ants: Workers and their fungus garden reject endophyte invaders

... with leaves containing either high or low levels of fungus. They also pitted 32 additional endophytic fungal strains against cultures of the garden cultivar in Petri plates to find out if they would restrict each others' growth. Ants cut leaves that contained both high or low levels of fungi, but they ...

'Delicious' new grape debuts

... grape, it has some potential for wine. Based on preliminary trials, the flavor of the wine (2006 vintage) rated equal to those of 'Carlos' (a popular cultivar for wine) by a panel of 30 winemakers. The color is a medium to light red, generally lighter than many red muscadine wines. ...

Plant soybean early to increase yield

... increased and protein concentration decreased. "Our research shows that early planting does increase yield, but can vary by year and cultivar choice. Our research also suggests that early planting may lead to increased oil concentration of Midwest soybean. However, early planting may not be ...

New hybrid plants could prompt more prodigious pepper production in Southwest

... time to conduct trials, collaborate with growers, packers and processors and retailers, and get their feedback," Leskovar said. Along with cultivar development, the team also is investigating strategies for overcoming other challenges to Southwestern pepper production. Some of these include ...
Cultivar in Biological Technology

Mach One Corporation Completes Acquisition of Ceres Organic Harvest, Inc.

... of wheat, flour, oats, corn, flax, barley and other products. Ceres is currently launching a number of oat-based products using a proprietary oat cultivar with substantially higher fiber and beta-glucan content. Ceres/OGM operates a grain elevator in North Dakota, with corporate offices in St. Paul, ...

Mach One Corporation Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Ceres Organic Harvest, Inc.

... of wheat, flour, oats, corn, flax, barley and other products. Ceres is currently launching a number of oat-based products using a proprietary oat cultivar with substantially higher fiber and beta-glucan content. Ceres/OGM operates a grain elevator in North Dakota, with corporate offices in St. Paul, ...

Single-Cell Complementation of Barley Mlo Mutants Using a PDS-1000/He Hepta System

... thereafter in ethanol (96%) for several hours. Results and Discussion Detached leaves of mlo resistant barley cultivar Ingrid containing the null mutant allele mlo-5 were bombarded with plasmid DNA of pUGLUM as described in Methods (Figure 1). ...
Cultivar in Biological Dictionary

Cultivar

... A cultivar is a cultivated plant that has been selected ... propagated it retains those characteristics. cultivar ( ) n. A race or variety of a plant that has ... and maintained through cultivation cultivar a variety of a plant developed from a ...

Self-pollination

... Self - pollination is a form of pollination that can occur when a flower has both stamen and a carpel in which the cultivar or species is self fertile and the stamens and the sticky stigma of the carpel contact each other to accomplish pollination . The term is ...

Seed coat

... coat fragments that remain in lint after. the ginning process decrease ... seed coat fragments affect not ... yielding fragile seed coat cultivar ... Seed coat nep count in the experimental cotton was ... seed coat fragments concluded that lint cleaning was ... ginning process to ...

Polymorphic loci

... loci and a fourth ... Eleven of the 13 loci (84.62%) were polymorphic in at least one cultivar. Percentage polymorphic loci within cultivar ranged from 61.54% in cv Morred, ... All loci were polymorphic in at least one accession. Percentage polymorphic loci within populations ...

Cross-pollination

... be within 50 ... Other species require cross - pollination , and can only set ... Cross - pollination . is the transfer of pollen from one cultivar to the flower of a ... Pollination is often a frustrating issue for new fruit growers. It shouldn't be! ... Since most fruit trees require ...

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