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Setaria - Drought and Density
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Danforth Center Scientists Uncover a Genetic Mechanism that Could Enhance Yield Potential in Cereal Crops
Precise Regulation of Plant Hormones in Early Reproductive Development as a Target for Yield Increases
that controls developmental traits related to grain production in cereals. The work was performed in Setaria, of unique inflorescence morphology in Setaria viridis”, were recently published in the journal, . “The genetics and genomics tools that are emerging for Setaria enable more rapid dissection
(St. Louis Today) Danforth Center part of biofuel study
BY TIM BRYANTstltoday.com | Posted: Monday, July 16, 2012 4:11 pm The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is among five recipients of a $12.1 million federal grant to develop drought-tolerant grass as a sustainable source of biofuel. Developing bi ...
for study include Setaria viridis, a grass closely related to corn, and Brachypodium, a grass
(KSDK/Channel 5 News-NBC) Drought resistant crop study
Drought resistant crops will be the focus of a new studybeing conducted by researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. The U.S. Department of Energy awarded a five-year, $12.1 million grant to the Danforth Center and collaborators at ...
(KSDK/Channel 5 News-NBC) Drought resistant crop study, Drought resistant crops will be the focus of a new study being conducted by researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. The U.S. Department of Energy awarded a five-year, $12.1 million grant to the Danforth Center and collaborators at the Carnegie Institute for Science, the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, the University of Minnesota and Washington State University to develop a new bioenergy grass, Setaria
New study identifies promising agricultural tools for feeding the world’s hungry
In its new report, Food Security in a World of Growing Natural Resource Scarcity: The Role of Agricultural Technologies, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) examines how 11 agricultural practices and technologies could help farmers around the world improve the sustainability of agriculture. 
involves understanding how Setaria, a model for bioenergy grasses and small grain crops, withstands, , is exploring the natural variation and genetics of how Setaria responds to critical environmental, institutions. Knowledge gained from research using Setaria will accelerate breeding efforts in bioenergy
response in the model C4 grass Setaria viridis The Danforth Center heads a consortium of research institutions in developing Setaria viridis as a model system for studying genes controlling traits
Danforth Center Scientists Discover Gene that Influences Grain Yield
Deep sequencing impacts food and bioenergy crops
millet. These Setaria species are related to several candidate bioenergy grasses including, maize.” The grass Setaria has been proposed as a model for food and bioenergy crops for its
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(Brachypodium and/or Setaria). Brachypodium and Setaria both have advantages that may warrant using both, , and oats. Setaria is currently less developed in terms of genomic tools but it is a C4 plant, automated digital capture of phenotypic data in Brachypodium and/or Setaria in a tightly controlled
Kolbe Ohio Wesleyan University Project: Characterization of carbonic anhydrase genes in Setaria, genes in Setaria viridis Sophia Liu Wellesley College Dr. Jan Jaworski Lab Project, : Characterization of Shade Avoidance Response in Setaria viridis A10.1 and Setaria italica B100
Understanding Kranz Anatomy to Help Boost Photosynthetic Efficiency in Crops
A priority for plant scientists is to better understand the mechanisms that affect plant productivity to aid both breeding and engineering efforts aimed at increasing yield.
and CRISPR/Cas9 in the model plant Setaria viridis. Ultimately, we expect that dissecting the networks