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Research Team Wins Battle Against Soybean Pest

Iowa State University (ISU) researchers have overcome the quirks of the soybean cyst nematode's DNA to sequence its genome. Soybean cyst nematodes are parasitic roundworms that infect soybean roots and devastate yields in infected fields. Nematode populations not only build up in fields but stay for years.The challenges with the genetics of the soy...

EFSA Publishes Risk Assessment of New Sequencing Information for GM Soybean BPS‐CV127‐9

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) GMO Panel has released the risk assessment of new sequencing information on genetically modified (GM) soybean BPS‐CV127‐9.The GMO Panel has previously assessed GM soybean BPS‐CV127‐9 and found it to be as safe and nutritious as its conventional counterpart and commercial soybean vari...

COGEM Concludes Negligible Environmental Risk of GM Soybean

The Netherlands Genetic Modification Commission (COGEM) was asked to give an advice regarding the possible environmental risks of the importing and processing of GM soybean (MON87751xMON87701x MON87708xMON89788), which expresses insect resistance and herbicide tolerance traits. Based on the molecular characterization of the GM soybean, the biotech ...

Renewable Soybean-Based Floor Coating Cures With UV Light

ArticleThe Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) and Light Curable Coatings (LCC) have developed a soybean-based floor coating product that cures almost immediately without the harmful environmental impact.

Argentina to Release Drought and Salt Tolerant Soybean

Argentina is set to commercialize the first drought and salt tolerant soybean in 2019. This is an important step towards combating the increased risk of drought globally because of global warming. The gene responsible for the new technology is HB4, which is applicable not just in soybeans but also in wheat. The drought resistant soybean seeds were ...

PAC1 Overexpression Improves Multiple Virus Resistance of Soybean

Scientists from Jilin Academy of Agricultural Sciences in China successfully developed transgenic soybean lines with increased multiple virus resistance. The results are published in Transgenic Research journal.Xiangdong Yang and colleagues generated genetically modified (GM) soybean lines constitutively expressing the double-strand RNA specific ri...

New approach will help geneticists identify genes responsible for complex traits

(University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences) Researchers at the University of Illinois and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications have advanced the use of genome wide association studies (GWAS) to identify multiple interacting markers for a given trait.

AAAS names two UIC researchers fellows

(University of Illinois at Chicago) University of Illinois at Chicago scholars Wonhwa Cho and John Nitiss have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), an honor bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers.

GmBZL3 Functions as a Major Brassinosteroid Signaling Regulator in Soybean

Brassinosteroids (BRs) are compounds produced by plants affecting their growth and development. In Arabidopsis and rice, transcription factors BZR1 and BES1/BZR2 have been defined as downstream regulators of the BR signalling pathway. Similar proteins (GMBZLs) have been found in soybean, where in GMBZL2 was recognized to have a conserved role in BR...

Shifting focus from life extension to 'healthspan' extension

(University of Illinois at Chicago) The Journal of the American Medical Association published an article by University of Illinois at Chicago epidemiologist S. Jay Olshansky on the need for researchers and clinicians to focus less on prolonging lifespan and more on prolonging 'healthspan.'

Refined soybean oil wastewater treatment and its utilization for lipid production by the oleaginous yeast Trichosporon fermentans

The release of refined soybean oil wastewater (RSOW) with a high chemical oxygen demand (COD) and oil content burdens the environment. The conversion of RSOW into lipids by oleaginous yeasts may be a good way ...

Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, Announces Enlist E3 Soybean and Qrome Corn Commercial Launches

- Enlist E3 Soybeans Headline One of Largest Soybean Technology System Launches Ever - High-yield Potential Qrome Products with Triple-stack Insect Control Available Across Corn Belt - Technologie...

Chinese Agri Ministry Approves Import of 5 GM Crops

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of China approved five genetically modified (GM) crops for importation. These GM crops are RF3 canola, originally developed by Bayer and now owned by BASF, Monsanto's glyphosate-tolerant MON 88302 canola, DuPont Pioneer DP4114 corn, Syngenta's SYHT0H2 soybean and Dow AgroSciences' DAS-44406-6 soybean. C...

Soybean Gene Confers Alkaline Stress Resistance in Alfalfa

bZIP genes are known to play a role in high pH stress response but are less studied in alkaline than in high-salt stress conditions. Thus, researcher Mingzhe Sun from Northeast Agricultural University and colleagues determined the mechanism of GsbZIP67 from wild soybean in alfalfa through genetic transformation.They first investigated the expressio...

Illinois team helping to unravel the mysteries of the hagfish's slimy defense

(University of Illinois College of Engineering) The hagfish dates back at least 300 million years. The secret of survival for these eel-like sea creatures can be found in the rate and volume of slime it produces to fend off predators. Interestingly, the oldest fossils of these eel-like sea creatures, were found in Illinois, and today researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ...

GM Crop Imports to China Could Increase Brazil's Soy Exports

Brazil's soybean exports to China could increase further, according to Odilson Ribeiro e Silva, Brazil's Vice Minister of International Affairs. About 80 percent of Brazil's soybean exports was sent to China this year, estimated to have hit a record of 83 million tonnes in total. Silva said that it could go more than this, hoping that they could al...

Researchers Find New Genes in Soybean Linked to Aphid Resistance

Researchers from the University of Minnesota (UMN) and partners found new soybean genes linked to aphid resistance. The results of their investigation is published in The Plant Genome journal.Aphid is a tiny pest of soybeans and other crops worldwide, causing billions of dollars in crop losses. Thus, discovering resistance genes is vital towards de...

Rice Pathogen Gene Enhances Soybean's Resistance to Phytophthora Root and Stem Rot

Phytophthora root and stem rot (PRR) is a devastating disease in soybean caused by Phytophthora sojae, a soil-borne water mold. P. sojae races are highly diverse and variable, thus controlling it is very challenging. Scientist from Jilin Academy of Agricultural Sciences in China reported successful introduction of harpinXooc-encoding hrf2 gene from...

Illinois research accurately predicts US end-of-season corn yield

(University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences) Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a new method of predicting end-of-season corn yield that outperforms the USDA's estimations, in a scientifically rigorous and reproducible way.

Illinois scientists find stem cell proliferation is controlled directly by nervous system

(University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences) Somatic stem cells are microscopic workhorses, constantly regenerating cells throughout the body: skin and the lining of the intestine, for example. And to University of Illinois neuroscientists, they represent untapped potential.

EFSA: GM Maize (MON 89034x1507xMON 88017x59122xDAS-40278-9) and Soybean (A2704-12) are Safe for Release

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) released scientific opinions on the assessment of GM maize (MON 89034x1507xMON 88017x59122xDAS-40278-9) and soybean (A2704-12) concluding that both are safe for release. The five-event stack GM maize and their subcombinations were subjected to molecular characterization, comparative analysis (agronomic, phe...

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Pivot Bio, Bayer Announce Research Collaboration to Enhance Soybean Inoculant

IMPROVED BRADYRHIZOBIUM MICROBES COULD HELP U.S. FARMERS BOOST HARVEST SAN FRANCISCO AND ST. LOUIS, November 8, 2018 – Pivot Bio and Monsanto Company, a member of the Bayer Group, announced today a collaboration entered into earlier this year to develop […] The post Pivot Bio, Bayer Announce Research Collaboration to Enhance Soybean Inoculant appeared first on SynBioBeta.

Evidence-based recommendations aimed at reducing Illinois gun violence

Illinois could reduce the number of people killed each year by gun violence by implementing ten policies supported by available research, according to a new report.

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