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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) announced an array of gene variants providing “breakthrough benefits” in tomato yield for breeders; other crops next. Cold
Researchers announce they have determined a way to coax tomato plants into producing more fruit without sacrificing that unique and necessary bushy plant shape
Scientists believe they've pinpointed the last crucial piece of the 80-year-old puzzle of how plants "know" when to flower.
Scientists have completed research in attempts to explain what we see in our parks and gardens every year: with the onset of warmer weather comes blooming flowers and trees.
Scientists have uncovered a new piece in the puzzle about why some plants flower in spring/autumn and some in summer.
Spectacularly increased yields and improved taste have been achieved with hybrid tomato plants by researchers at the Robert H Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment at the Hebrew University and the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL), New York.
A team of German and British scientists show how plants ensure that flowers are formed at the right time and the right place.
Researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), report about a breakthrough in our understanding of how plants control their flowering. In an article in Science, Thursday 11th they show how a small molecule that is formed in the plant leaves is transported to the shoot tips where it induces the formation of flowers. This new knowledge can lead to the development of tools for control of the timing of plant flowering in agriculture and forestry.
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