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Increasing tolerance to Cry1Ac cotton from cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera, was confirmed in Bt cotton farming area of China
Abstract 1. Changes in the frequency of Cry1Ac resistance genes and shifts in tolerance of cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera, to the Cry1Ac toxin were assessed using bioassays of F1 and F2Expand
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Wheat genetic resources enhancement by the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) acts as a catalyst and leader in a global maize and wheat innovation network that serves the poor in the developing world. Drawing onExpand
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Using computer simulation of the selection process and known gene information to assist in parental selection in wheat quality breeding
Determining how to choose parents and conduct selections is a critical issue in plant breeding. The genetic and breeding simulation tool QuCim can predict the outcome of a cross under a specificExpand
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Temporal and Spatial Changes in Coupling and Coordinating Degree of New Urbanization and Ecological-Environmental Stress in China
Over the past years, new urbanization in China has accelerated steadily and led to a continuous increase in ecological-environmental (eco-environmental) stress. A deep understanding of the couplingExpand
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Statistical Genetics and Simulation Models in Genetic Resource Conservation and Regeneration
maintain as many genes (or alleles) as possible. Two stages, sampling and propagating, can be identified in any regeneration cycle. A rare allelesberetained andmadeavailablefor cropimproveallele canExpand
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Breeding to Optimize Agriculture in a Changing World
Abstract Breeding to Optimize Chinese Agriculture (OPTICHINA) was a three-year EU–China project launched in June of 2011. As designed, the project acted as a new strategic model to reinforceExpand
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[Application of ICP-MS in assessing the pollution of seldom monitored trace elements in city roadside dusts].
Seldom monitored trace element concentrations in road dusts colleted from Shihezi City were studied. A total of 32 sampling stations were selected. The concentration of 10 seldom monitored traceExpand
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