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  • The domestication history of melon and watermelon genome rev...

    On November 2nd, two research articles about the history of domestication of melon and watermelon were respectively published on line in Nature Genetics. The researches respectively reported a comprehensive map of the genome variation in melon and watermelon and revealed their domestication history and genetic and molecular mechanisms of fruit quality.

  • The three-dimensional structure of key enzymes for chlorophy...

    On October 23, Nature published a three-dimensional structural analysis paper on key enzymes for chlorophyll biosynthesis. The results were jointly completed by the Institute of Biotechnology of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Manchester University and Shanghai Jiaotong University.

  • Geminivirus-associated betasatellites: exploiting chinks in ...

    Geminiviruses are a group of plant DNA viruses that infect a wide range of crops worldwide. Betasatellites are a diverse group of circular single-stranded DNA satellites frequently associated with begomoviruses belonging to the family Geminiviridae.

  • Rodent Research Group reveals the molecular mechanism of hyp...

    Recently, a paper entitled “Dynamic expressions of hypothalamic genes regulate seasonal breeding in a natural rodent population” was published on Molecular Ecology from the Rodent Research Group at IPP-CAAS.

  • Genome assembly of the white-spotted flower chafer (Protaeti...

    Recently, the Innovation Team for Development and Application of Bio-pesticides to Insect Pests of IPP-CAAS reported the genomic characteristics of the white-spotted flower chafer (Protaetia brevitarsis) for the first time.

  • Two VAPs characterized during the parasitism of cereal cyst ...

    Recently, an article entitled “Two venom allergen-like proteins, HaVAP1 and HaVAP2, are involved in the parasitism of Heterodera avenae” was published on Molecular Plant Pathology。

  • Biodegradable poly (3-hydroxybutyrate-co-4-hydroxybutyrate) ...

    Weeds are quite common in agricultural plantations, which have an adverse effect on quality and yield of agricultural product. Herbicide application is the most widely used method to cope with the adaptive advantages of weeds and improve the priority growth of desired crops.

  • Progress in Identification of Maize Phytochrome-Interacting ...

    Recently, researchers from Biotechnology Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), in collaboration with South China Agricultural University, have published their research results entitled “Characterization of Maize Phytochrome-Interacting Factors in Light Signaling and Photomorphogenesis” on Plant Physiology.

  • Coordinative Mechanism Regulating Nitrogenase Activity by a ...

    Recently, the latest research of the microbial functional genomics team led by Professor Min Lin of Biotechnology Research Institute, CAAS indicated that a novel regulatory noncoding RNA is cooperatively involved in the optimal expression of nitrogenase genes in Pseudomonas stutzeri A1501.

  • Balancing Growth and Defense Responses under Shade Condition...

    Recently, cooperating with South China Agricultural University, researchers from Biotechnology Research Institute in CAAS have published a research paper entitled “Arabidopsis FHY3 and FAR1 Regulate the Balance between Growth and Defense Responses under Shade Conditions”on July 17 in Plant Cells.

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