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New Era at the Center Begins with Presidential Announcement
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After an exhaustive search, the Center is proud to announce Dr. James C. Carrington as the next President of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. The quest to find a dynamic successor for Founding President Dr. Roger Beachy took more than a yea ...
Professor for Gene Research, and Distinguished Professor of Botany and Plant Pathology at Oregon State, by the journal Science in 2002 as the scientific "Breakthrough of the Year." Small RNAs are ever, Foundation, the Ruth Allen Award from the American Society for Phytopathology and the Humboldt Research Award, of Sciences and a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology, the American Phytopathological Society, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Dr. Carrington’s wife, Teri
(Phys.org) Building a bridge from basic botany to applied agriculture
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Plant scientists, including Danforth Center's Toby Kellogg, Ph.D., showcase basic plant research that provides building blocks for one of today's biggest challenges: Feeding the world in a changing climate.
applied agriculture. A special issue of the American Journal of Botany—co-edited by Allison Miller, (Phys.org) Building a bridge from basic botany to applied agriculture, One of the planet's leading questions is how to produce enough food to feed the world in an increasingly variable climate. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations predicts that food production must rise 70, genetics, and economic botany. Conserving crop germplasm is addressed in articles that tackle
(The Economist) The 9 billion-people question
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A special report on feeding the world The world’s population will grow from almost 7 billion now to over 9 billion in 2050. John Parker asks if there will be enough food to go round THE 1.6-hectare (4-acre) Broadbalk field lies in the centre of ...
and Breeding Strategies. By Matthew Reynolds and others. Journal of Experimental Botany, October 2010. 2. Increasing Photosynthetic Capacity and Efficiency. By Martin Parry and others. Journal, Resistance. By John Foulkes and others. Journal of Experimental Botany, October 2010. The Rice Crisis, , European and American farmers get the same results. The wheat bearing 4 or 5 tonnes a hectare, on Education Among Guatemalan Adults. By John Maluccio and others. The Economic Journal, 119, April 2009
Speakers
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the 10 most influential African women in agriculture by the Journal of Gender, Agriculture and Food, for Plant Physiology and Plant, Cell & Environment. She has held leadership roles in the American Society of Plant Biologists, the International Society for Photosynthesis Research and the American, ’s Poverty Reduction Group and the Latin American Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center, . Elizabeth holds an M.A. in International Development from American University. Eric Danquah