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- Setaria - Drought and Density
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Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Flickr YouTube RSS About Our Leadership Dr. William H. DanforthDr. James C. CarringtonSam FiorelloJohn F. McDonnellToni KutchanHal DaviesTom BanderAnna DibbleTodd HornburgKarla RoeberBoard, Setaria - Drought and Density Quick Links Job Applicants
- 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
- Todd Mockler
- (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
Ohio Wesleyan University
Project: Characterization of carbonic anhydrase genes in Setaria, genes in Setaria viridis Sophia Liu
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