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Genetic data promises new future for kiwi fruit

...archers at New Zealand-based fruit science company hortresearch and listed New Zealand biotech company Genesis Res... development such as ripening and storage life. hortresearch and Genesis released a similar number of apple EST...ure at www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2164/9/351 ) hortresearch scientist Dr William Laing says the kiwifruit ESTs...

Biotechnology key to developing sustainable industries says international panel

...icient production of biofuels from a variety of sources. Bruce Campbell Ph.D, General Manager of Science Operations and Acting CEO at New Zealand's hortresearch ( http://www.hortresearch.co.nz ) says biotechnology will also improve the sustainability of horticultural production systems, as well as generating ...

Science captures the essence of fruit

...archers at New Zealand-based life sciences company hortresearch say they have fine-tuned the science of gene disco... aromas of fruit to be recreated. According to hortresearch Industrial Biotechnology scientist Dr Richard Newc...h genes are needed to produce the desired outcome. hortresearch has now overcome this issue by using research init...

HortResearch science reveals the natural potential of apples

...formation. The previous occasion was in 2004, when hortresearch and listed New Zealand biotech company Genesis Ltd released 100,000 apple ESTs. Identified by hortresearch scientists over a 6 year period, the apple ESTs ho...top fruit geneticists in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, hortresearch Chief Scientist Dr Ian Ferguson said the technolog...

Male elephants woo females with precise chemistry

...ood, Ph.D., associate professor in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Auckland and scientist with the Molecular Olfaction Group at hortresearch in New Zealand. Scientists have assumed that only one form of frontalin would be made by elephants, but by merely changing the ratios of frontalin'...
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