Yeast engineering leads to new frontiers in jasmonate biosynthesis

A research team led by Prof. Luo Xiaozhou from the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology (SIAT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and Prof. Jay D. Keasling from the University of California, Berkeley, has developed ...

Nucleo-cytoplasmic interaction in seedless cybrid citrus

Male sterility is important for seedless citrus breeding. A long juvenile phase and nucellar polyembryony leads to low efficiency of hybrid breeding in citrus. The Citrus research group in National Key Laboratory for Germplasm ...

A mutant plant with a counting disability

The newly discovered dyscalculia mutant of the Venus flytrap has lost its ability to count electrical impulses. Würzburg researchers reveal the cause of the defect.

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