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- (St. Louis Business Journal) St. Louis County Hires Architect for Creve Coeur 'Innovation Hub'
- A Baltimore-based architecture firm has been hired to help develop a master plan for a 600-acre "innovation hub" in Creve Coeur.
- (St. Louis Business Journal) St. Louis County Hires Architect for Creve Coeur 'Innovation Hub', A Baltimore-based architecture firm has been hired to help develop a master plan for a 600-acre "innovation hub" in Creve Coeur.
Ayers Saint Gross will work with representatives from Wexford Science + Technology, the Danforth Plant Science Center, St. Louis County, the city of Creve Coeur and the Helix Center Biotech Incubator to develop a plan for the hub, which will be surrounded by ag-tech
- 2017 William H. Danforth Plant Science Scholar Recipient
- The Fellowship enables talented young scientists to pursue careers in this critically important field.
- 2017 William H. Danforth Plant Science Scholar Recipient , Adam Bray, a second-year Ph.D. student at the University of Missouri, has been named the 2017 William H. Danforth Plant Science Scholar. He, whose research demonstrates great promise for advancing plant science. The fellowship was endowed, for scientific medical research and education. Bray’s passion for plant science began while growing up, for plant phenotyping at the University of Georgia, which led him to the lab of Christopher Topp, Ph.D.
- National Science Foundation Funds Multi-Institutional Project to Improve Harvests of One of the Most Important Crops in U.S. Agriculture
- Danforth Center Receives $3.4M to Improve Maize Architecture
- , will develop novel methods for predicting a plant’s phenotype from its genetic code and precisely manipulating plant architecture traits in maize that enhance yield potential. The collaborative project, connecting important agronomic traits.” Plant architecture, the number and arrangement of organs (e.g., of the Most Important Crops in U.S. Agriculture, ST. LOUIS, MO, October 11, 2017 – The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, one of the world’s largest independent plant science institutes, today announced
- Understanding Root Growth and Physiology
- The genetic basis of root system architecture (RSA)
- Understanding Root Growth and Physiology, What is the genetic basis of root system architecture (RSA)?
‘Root system architecture’ encompasses the spatial and temporal organization of roots in the growth medium, and thus greatly influences the resource capturing abilities of a plant. However, root architecture traits are notoriously difficult to measure due to the opacity of soil and a complex morphology that is environmentally sensitive. Christopher Topp’s laboratory at the Danforth Plant
- Danforth Center to Lead Multi-Institutional Project to Improve Harvests of One of the Most Important Crops in Global Agriculture
- Danforth Center Receives $3.4M to Improve Maize Architecture
- Eveland, Ph.D., assistant member at the Danforth Plant Science Center to lead multi-institutional team that will work to develop a detailed knowledgebase of the complex gene networks that control plant structure in maize.
Plant architecture, the number and arrangement of organs (e.g. branches, leaves, flowers) on a plant, is central to crop productivity and has been a primary target, to selecting for optimal architecture at increased planting densities. However, yield gains have plateaued
- Danforth Center receives $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation
- The Center receives funds to support advanced research and education programs aimed at gaining a greater understanding of how plants develop.
- proteins play critical roles in shutting off certain plant genes that control leaf architecture, and fruit, develop ST. LOUIS, MO, December 16, 2013 – The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center was awarded a $1, that control plant growth and development. The project will develop new genomic resources and high, . Knowledge gained will provide insight into agriculturally important traits, such as leaf architecture, Carrington, president, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and principal investigator on the grant
- Andrea Eveland
- Giving Societies Danforth SocietyFriends of Plant ScienceLegacy SocietyYoung Friends Get Involved, architecture traits in cereal crops, the gene networks controlling cell fate decisions during inflorescence, . Research Summary Inflorescence architecture, e.g. the number, length and angle, defects in inflorescence architecture. Genome-scale datasets (e.g. RNAseq-based expression profiles, regulation and inflorescence architecture. While maize is an excellent model for developmental
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Andrea’s work focuses on inflorescence architecture,
Precise Regulation of Plant Hormones in Early Reproductive Development as a Target, to Improve Maize Architecture
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- Chris Topp
- and physiology.
What is the genetic basis of root system architecture (RSA)?
‘Root system architecture’ encompasses the spatial and temporal organization of roots in the growth medium, and thus greatly influences the resource capturing abilities of a plant. However, root architecture traits, Societies Danforth SocietyFriends of Plant ScienceLegacy SocietyYoung Friends Get Involved, of the rice genome controlling root architecture. Long-term, he aims to understand how genotype directs
- Accelerating Discovery with Vital Service
- Donors make it possible for the Danforth Center to accelerate discovery and create mission impact. Through their generosity and support, the Center is able to maintain state-of-the-art facilities, purchase new equipment and technology, provide education and outreach programs among other activities aimed at improving human health, preserving and renewing our environment, and enhancing our region as a world center for plant science.
- Accelerating Discovery with Vital Service, Matt Wolfe became a part of the Donald Danforth Plant, connect with the community.” Matt is the owner of Wolfe Architecture & Design, LLC with more than 30 years architecture experience and is married to Alice Wolfe with whom he has two sons who are attending, by Howard Buffett, which he credits for sparking his interest in the potential impact of plant science, of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. “His efforts helped us expand awareness and engage many