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Benson Hill and CTC Establish Partnership in Sugarcane to Increase Yield
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Danforth Center Researchers' company announces a partnership that involves translation of Benson Hill’s technology from its Setaria viridis model plant platform to CTC’s commercial sugarcane varieties for further development and commercialization.
Benson Hill and CTC Establish Partnership in Sugarcane to Increase Yield, St. Louis, MO, USA, the establishment of a partnership to develop and commercialize traits to increase sugarcane crop yield, and for worldwide sugar production, increasing the intrinsic yield of this crop has been unaddressed, to growers higher-yield sugarcane varieties, and this relationship affords us an ideal channel, intrinsic crop yield. The company employs an integrated, systems-based approach to trait discovery
Benson Hill and J.R. Simplot Launch Pilot to Increase Potato Crop Yield
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The companies will work jointly to incorporate Benson Hill’s technology into commercial varieties of J.R. Simplot potatoes to increase photosynthetic efficiency.
Benson Hill and J.R. Simplot Launch Pilot to Increase Potato Crop Yield, St. Louis, MO, Research, crop yield. The companies will work jointly to incorporate Benson Hill’s technology into commercial, opportunity to significantly increase crop yield potential. Potato is a particularly interesting crop, photosynthetic efficiency will not only show yield improvements under today’s atmospheric conditions, by improving yield and nutrient uptake in future varieties of Innate™, we are excited to be working
New Discovery Will Enhance yield and quality of Cereal and Bioenergy Crops
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A team of scientists led by Thomas Brutnell, Ph.D., have developed a new way of identifying genes that are important for photosynthesis in maize, and in rice
New Discovery Will Enhance yield and quality of Cereal and Bioenergy Crops, ST. LOUIS, MO – October 13, 2014 –A team of scientists at the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Institute for Renewable Fuels at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center have developed a new way of identifying genes, over the years by studying model C4 grasses to improve the quality, yield and biomass of emerging, for enhancing growth and yield and improving carbon capture in both food and bioenergy crops,” said Mockler
Danforth Center Scientists Discover Gene that Influences Grain Yield
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Deep sequencing impacts food and bioenergy crops
Danforth Center Scientists Discover Gene that Influences Grain Yield, Deep sequencing impacts food and bioenergy crops ST. LOUIS, MO, April 18, 2017 – Researchers at the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, that influences grain yield in grasses related to food crops. Four mutations were identified that could, identified a new determinant in the control of grain yield that could be crucial to improving food crops like, to identify genes that will improve yield in crops through enhanced photosynthesis. About
Research unveils clues about protein mechanism critical to plant growth and yield
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Scientists at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center have made several scientific discoveries demonstrating the significant roles Heterotrimeric G proteins play in plant development and yield. 
Research unveils clues about protein mechanism critical to plant growth and yield , ST. LOUIS, MO, December 9, 2013 – Scientists at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center have made several scientific discoveries demonstrating the significant roles Heterotrimeric G proteins play in plant development and yield. Sona Pandey, Ph.D., principal investigator at the Danforth Plant Science Center, in the process of developing products that can be applied to improve crop yield and address
New Discoveries Offer Critical Information for Improving Crop Yield
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Danforth Center research is addressing environmental issues related to production agriculture.
New Discoveries Offer Critical Information for Improving Crop Yield, ST. LOUIS, MO – In recent, roles of Heterotrimeric G proteins in plant development, stress tolerance and yield improvement, to the regulation of nodule formation in legumes such as soybeans and yield enhancement, related to yield improvement in crops is related to a newly discovered subunit of G proteins, the type, the role of type III Gγ proteins in improved yield, nitrogen use efficiency and stress responses
(Feed Navigator) US Researchers Seek to Boost Yield by Improving Corn's Nitrogen Use
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A team of US based researchers are seeking a way to improve yields by enhancing the way corn plants utilize nitrogen.
(Feed Navigator) US Researchers Seek to Boost Yield by Improving Corn's Nitrogen Use, By Aerin Curtis January 18, 2016 A team of US based researchers are seeking a way to improve yields by enhancing the way corn plants utilize nitrogen. The team is focusing on better understanding how nitrogen is used and regulated by corn, and is looking to improve that connection in an effort to boost corn yield while limiting the use of nitrogen-based fertilizers. Read the full article here
The Danforth Center Collaborates With the University of Illinois to Develop More Efficient Crops that Will Use Less Fertilizer to Produce More Yield
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Research will focus on enhancing nitrogen use efficiency.
The Danforth Center Collaborates With the University of Illinois to Develop More Efficient Crops that Will Use Less Fertilizer to Produce More Yield, ST. LOUIS, MO – The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center announced it has received a three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s, will increase yield and reduce the demand for nitrogen-based fertilizer and energy inputs to produce, that will use less fertilizer to produce more yield. The research will help us meet future global demands
Danforth Center Scientists Uncover a Genetic Mechanism that Could Enhance Yield Potential in Cereal Crops
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Precise Regulation of Plant Hormones in Early Reproductive Development as a Target for Yield Increases
Danforth Center Scientists Uncover a Genetic Mechanism that Could Enhance Yield Potential in Cereal Crops, ST. LOUIS, MO, January 4, 2018 – Solving the world’s food, feed and bioenergy challenges requires integration of multiple approaches and diverse skills. Andrea Eveland, Ph.D., assistant member at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, and her team identified a genetic mechanism, and across the grasses, with the ultimate goal of defining targets for improving grain yield in cereals
Danforth Plant Science Center Collaborative Research Program Receives Major Funding to Improve Crop Yield in the Developing World
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Project Aims to Develop Virus Resistant Cassava to Help Farmers Provide Food for their Families ST. LOUIS, MO September 6, 2011-- The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center announced today that it has received additional funding totaling $11.9 million ...
Danforth Plant Science Center Collaborative Research Program Receives Major Funding to Improve Crop Yield in the Developing World , Project Aims to Develop Virus Resistant Cassava to Help Farmers Provide Food for their Families ST. LOUIS, MO September 6, 2011-- The Donald Danforth Plant Science, yield and increasing the threat of poverty and famine. The additional funding came from the Bill, distribution in recent years and the dramatic effect this virus has on both yield and quality