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Delayed luminescence of seeds: are shining seeds viable? Maybe, but more research needed.
Explaining the spatial scale of campesino agriculture in Mexico: Implications for the supply and conservation of native maize. Maize is not just for subsistence; never has been.
Impact of . Fancy maths says olives are doomed. But we knew that, right? Xylella fastidiosa subspecies pauca in European olives
Potential and limits of exploitation of crop wild relatives for pea, lentil, and chickpea improvement. Amazingly, still more collecting is needed.
The projected timing of abrupt ecological disruption from climate change. And this is why.
The climatic association of population divergence and future extinction risk of . Its range may expand in some places, shrink in others. so it’s not like Solanum pimpinellifolium all bad news then? At least you know where to collect it from.
Early Holocene crop cultivation and landscape modification in Amazonia. REALLY early agriculture in the Llanos de Moxos. Any collecting there, I wonder?
Exploring the genetic base of the soybean germplasm from Africa, America and Asia as well as mining of beneficial allele for flowering and seed weight. The African material is not very diverse, but is very different
Novel Source of Biotic Stress Resistance Identified from . From 3000 to about 10 “useful” accessions. Brassica Species and its Wild Relatives
Horizontal gene transfer of . Fhb7 from fungus underlies Fusarium head blight resistance in wheat Thinopyrum elongatum got head blight resistance from the fungus Epichloë. GMOs unimpressed.
A Wild . It has multiple disease resistance mechanisms against pod borer. And Cajanus scarabaeoides (L.), Thouars, IBS 3471, for Improved Insect-Resistance in Cultivated Pigeonpea here it is.
A Planetary Health Perspective on Agroforestry in Sub-Saharan Africa. Trees on farms are good for you. Here come the data.
Dietary diversity and fish consumption of mothers and their children in fisher households in Komodo District, eastern Indonesia. Infants and young children are not getting enough of all the fish.
Agriculture and the Disruption of Plant–Microbial Symbiosis. Agronomy, ecology and breeding can screw up microbial symbioses in cultivated plants, and that’s not good. But it is expected.
Animal domestication in the era of ancient genomics. “By documenting how livestock populations endured both past epidemics and environmental change, ancient genomics can provide invaluable information that can be used to address current and future societal challenges.” Can.