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Comparison of simple sequence repeat (SSR) and diversity array technology (DArT) markers for assessing genetic diversity in cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz)
Several molecular marker systems have been developed for assessing genetic diversity in crop germplasm collections. A trade-off often exists between the number of loci that can feasibly be sampled byExpand
Emerging pests and diseases of South-east Asian cassava: a comprehensive evaluation of geographic priorities, management options and research needs.
Cassava is a major staple, bio-energy and industrial crop in many parts of the developing world. In Southeast Asia, cassava is grown on >4 million ha by nearly 8 million (small-scale) farmingExpand
Continental-scale suppression of an invasive pest by a host-specific parasitoid underlines both environmental and economic benefits of arthropod biological control
Biological control, a globally-important ecosystem service, can provide long-term and broad-scale suppression of invasive pests, weeds and pathogens in natural, urban and agricultural environments.Expand
Effects of cytokinins on secondary somatic embryogenesis of selected clone Rayong 9 of Manihot esculenta Crantz for ethanol production
In 2005, the Rayong-FCRC released a new high-yielding cassava cultivar designated Rayong 9 (R9) for ethanol production. However, the rate of distribution to farmers has been limited by theExpand
Identification of Genetically Distinct Cassava Clones from On-Farm Plantations to Widen the Thai Cassava Breeding Gene Pool
Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) is one of the most important economic crops in Thailand. However, the Thai cassava breeding gene pool was genetically narrow with only 11 distinct landraces. AnExpand
Propagation of Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) by somatic embryogenesis
Cassava is one of the most important economic crops in Thailand. The increase demand for starch, animal feed and carburant ethanol will require an addition 4-6 million tons of fresh roots every year.Expand
Continental-scale suppression of an invasive pest by a host-specific parasitoid heralds a new era for arthropod biological control
Kris Wyckhuys Corresp., 1, 2, 3 , Prapit Wongtiem 4 , Aunu Rauf 5 , Anchana Thancharoen 6 , George Heimpel 7 , Nhung Le 8 , Muhammad Zainal Fanani 5 , Geoff Gurr 9 , Jonathan Lundgren 10 , Dharani DExpand
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