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BIOCHAR: ITS CHARACTERIZATION AND UTILITY FOR RECOVERING PHOSPHORUS FROM ANAEROBIC DIGESTED DAIRY EFFLUENT
In pyrolysis, an alternative to petroleum-based energy, the result of low oxygen combustion is a carbon-rich solid commonly called biochar. We evaluated biochars made from four feedstocks regionally available (wood pellets ...
IDENTIFICATION AND INHERITANCE OF RESISTANCE TO IMIDAZOLINONE HERBICIDES THROUGH INDUCED MUTAGENESIS AND INTERACTIONS BETWEEN RHIZOCTONIA ROOT ROT AND SELECTED HERBICIDES IN BARLEY
Induced mutagenesis can be an effective way to increase variability in crop species. Crop resistance to a given herbicide can be of practical value to control weeds with efficient chemical usage. However, this type of ...
IDENTIFICATION OF PATHOGENIC RACES AND MICROSATELLITE MARKERS OF TILLETIA CARIES (D.C.) TUL. & C. TUL. AND MAPPING OF A COMMON BUNT RESISTANCE GENE IN WINTER WHEAT
Common bunt, caused by Tilletia caries and T. foetida, is one of the most devastating seedborne diseases of wheat. In conventional agriculture, the disease is managed almost exclusively with chemical seed treatments. ...
Advances in Barley Genomics: Association Analysis, Breeding Values, and Consensus Mapping
As part of the USDA Barley Coordinated Agricultural Project, 899 two-row spring barley lines were genotyped at 3072 SNP markers and phenotyped for four food quality traits: kernel hardness, polyphenol oxidase (PPO) activity, ...