Tag: genetic engineering

Sorghum genetic modification increases yield

Sorghum genetic modification increases yield

March 3, 2018 |

In New York, a simple genetic modification can triple the grain number of sorghum, which is used for food, animal feed, and biofuel. Scientists at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory figured out a genetic change boosts the plant’s yield: by lowering the level of a key hormone, generating more flowers and more seeds. Their discovery points […]

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“Biofuels Converting U.S. Prairielands at Dust Bowl Rates.”

“Biofuels Converting U.S. Prairielands at Dust Bowl Rates.”

February 25, 2013 |

Today on Twitter: marvmiller: Biofuels Converting U.S. Prairielands at Dust Bowl Rates ethanolt: How many #ethanol jobs in your state? Check out a state-by-state list — GildaFoster: World’s First Genetically Engineered Biofuels Corn Threatens Contamination Of Food-Grade Corn: IERenergy: Would you rather pay $27 a gallon or ~$3.70 a gallon for fuel? The answer isn’t […]

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