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Scientists Release Fully Annotated Wheat Reference Genome

Bread wheat covers almost a fifth of the total calories consumed all over the world. Its massive and hexaploid genome, composed of three subgenomes, 21 chromosomes, and 85% repetitive DNA, hinders wheat genetic improvement toward its full potential. The International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium gives hope to wheat farmers as they publish the...

Building Tolerance Helps Kids With Wheat Allergy

TUESDAY, Oct. 30, 2018 -- Giving trace amounts of wheat to children with wheat allergy shows promise in treating the allergy, according to new research. The researchers started with 46 wheat-allergic children, average age about 9 years, and gave...

Radiocarbon-based Study Suggests Wheat Introduced to China in 2600 BCE

While rice is widely grown and consumed in China, it is not well known that the county is also the world's largest producer of wheat. Today, scientists would like to know the path that wheat took to get to China. Prior research showed that wheat was first domesticated in the Fertile Crescent around 8500 BCE. It then spread west into Europe and east...

Researchers Discover 'Hotspot' Regions in Wheat Genome for High Zinc Content

An international team of scientists has for the first time studied the genetics that underlie grain zinc concentrations in wheat. Analyzing zinc concentrations in the grain of 330 bread wheat lines across diverse environments in India and Mexico, the research team uncovered 39 new molecular markers associated with the trait, as well as two wheat ge...

S. Korea filters biotech wheat from Canada

South Korea's Ministry of Food and Drug Safety has halted imports of Canadian wheat, stating the country will only sell wheat -More- 

UMD researcher helps to crack the genetic code for wheat for the first time

(University of Maryland) The University of Maryland as part of the International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium published findings in Science detailing the full wheat genome, the world's most widely cultivated crop. A companion paper is available in the same issue with UMD and the John Innes Centre, using this sequence to examine gene expression in wheat, specifically relating to heat, drought...

The Need for GM Wheat

Although providing ~20% of the daily calories and protein per capita worldwide, wheat is relatively an outcast from the posse of biotech crops. Scientists address this "abandonment" issue in a perspective article in Science.The authors presented a promising shorter time for wheat improvement via genetic engineering than traditional crossbreeding an...

Wheat code finally cracked; wheat genome sequence will bring stronger varieties to farmers

(Kansas State University) Kansas State University scientists, in collaboration with the International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium, published today in the international journal Science a detailed description of the complete genome of bread wheat, the world's most widely cultivated crop.

Oral Immunotherapy Promising for Wheat Allergy

More than half of wheat-allergic children could successfully consume wheat protein at 1 year, but response to oral immunotherapy was lower than for other food allergies, a small study has found. Medscape Medical News

Medical News Today: 11 healthful alternatives to wheat bread

Many people need to or wish to avoid or reduce the bread they eat that contains wheat. Fortunately, there are many healthful and tasty alternatives without wheat that they can choose. Learn more here.

Gene-Edited High-Fiber Wheat Could Hit the Market by 2020

The inaugural harvest of the first gene-edited high-fiber wheat has been completed, as reported by its developer, Calyxt. The high-fiber wheat is the seventh Calyxt product that has been declared as non-regulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), including powdery mildew-resistant wheat, high-oleic soybeans, high-oleic/low-linoleic soyb...

Preparing to Close Your Pool for the Season

HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., Sept. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- LOOP-LOC, manufacturer of safety pool covers, shares how to prepare to close your pool for the season. While Read more...

Researchers Use Wheat's Bacterial Partners to Fight A Pathogen

Fusarium head blight is a devastating fungal disease that affects wheat and barley crops worldwide. The American Phytopathological Society reports that the disease has cost U.S. wheat and barley farmers more than $3 billion since 1990. Scientists from the U.S. Department of Agriculture - Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS), together with land ...

Oral Immunotherapy Beneficial in Patients With Wheat Allergy

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 31, 2018 -- Vital wheat gluten (VWG) oral immunotherapy (OIT) induces desensitization in about half of patients with wheat allergy after a year of treatment, according to a study published online Oct. 30 in the Journal of Allergy and...

Kan. university gets funding to support biotech wheat study

Kansas State University received funding from the Kansas Wheat Commission to advance development of biotech wheat.  -More- 

Wheat that pumps iron, naturally

(American Society of Agronomy) Crop breeders are developing a biofortified wheat that could make proper nutrition easier.

Gene-editing Used to Determine Gene Functions for Wheat Grain Traits

The allopolyploid genome (e.g. AABBDD) of wheat hinders its genetic improvement through molecular tools. With the development of genome-editing comes opportunities for expanding wheat genetic diversity. Researcher Eduard Akhunov from Kansas State University and colleagues utilize CRISPR-Cas9, together with mutagenesis, to investigate the role of wh...

First step to lasting wheat health

(Rothamsted Research) Substantial reductions in a deadly root disease of wheat crops and corresponding increases in yields of grain and straw mark a significant advance in the continuing war to protect the staple cereal from the ravages of the take-all soil pathogen. Researchers have now shown that careful selection of the variety of the first wheat in a new cropping cycle can reduce the disease's...

Pee in the pool? That's not all

Hotel pools and spas cause a third of pool-linked disease outbreaks

Ms45 Homeologs Hold Key to Male Sterility in Wheat

Identification and manipulation of male fertility genes in hexaploid bread wheat is important for understanding pollen development and to gain novel sources of nuclear genetic male sterility (NGMS). The maize Male sterile 45 (Ms45) gene has been shown to be required for male fertility. To investigate the role of Ms45 gene in wheat, the team of Manj...

Renovating Your Swimming Pool: A Checklist for Choosing a Contractor

HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., Sept. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- LOOP-LOC, manufacturer of inground pool liners, shares a checklist for choosing a contractor when renovating a swimming pool. Read more...

RUDN agriculturists suggested an optimal strategy for growing wheat in northern Eurasia

(RUDN University) RUDN and the Italian Euromediterranean Center for Climate Change (CMCC) scientists studied how climate changes may affect wheat harvest in high latitudes of the Eastern hemisphere on the example of Russia. In the upcoming decades the most yielding agricultural areas in the south of the country will be hit by droughts. The optimal territory for wheat and other grain crops cultivat...

Century Snacks LLC Issues Allergy Alert On Undeclared Milk, Soy, Wheat and Cashews in Snak Club Family Size Tropical Trail Mix

Century Snacks of Commerce, CA, is recalling certain 16 OZ. bags of Tropical Trail Mix because they may contain milk, soy, wheat and cashew allergens and this is not declared on the package. Individuals who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk, soy, wheat or cashews run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products

Australian, UK scientists solve 30-year wheat rust genetics puzzle

(University of Sydney) Researchers have isolated the first major resistance genes against the stripe rust disease that is devastating wheat crops worldwide. The breakthrough by the scientists, who have cloned three related rust resistance genes -- called Yr7, Yr5, and YrSP -- will enable these important genes to be accurately monitored and integrated into breeding programs in the fight against eve...

InventHelp Inventor Develops POOL UTILITY STICK (BRK-2515)

PITTSBURGH, Aug. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- "I thought there should be a simple way to maintain a pool and test water without having to bend Read more...

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