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Summary Fusarium head blight (FHB) in wheat and other small grain cereals is a globally devastating disease caused by toxigenic Fusarium pathogens. Controlling FHB is a challenge because germplasm that is naturally resistant against these pathogens is inadequate. Current control measures rely on...
Summary Grain yield and protein content were determined for six wheat cultivars grown over 3 years at multiple sites and at multiple nitrogen (N) fertilizer inputs. Although grain protein content was negatively correlated with yield, some grain samples had higher protein contents than expected...
Summary HUB1, also known as Ubl5, is a member of the subfamily of ubiquitin‐like post‐translational modifiers. HUB1 exerts its role by conjugating with protein targets. The function of this protein has not been studied in plants. A HUB1 gene, LpHUB1, was identified from serial analysis of...
Summary Transient transfection of plants by vacuum infiltration of Agrobacterium vectors represents the state of the art in plant‐based protein manufacturing; however, the complexity and cost of this approach restrict it to pharmaceutical proteins. We demonstrated that simple spraying of...
Summary Poly‐3‐hydroxybutyrate (PHB) production in plastids of Camelina sativa seeds was investigated by comparing levels of polymer produced upon transformation of plants with five different binary vectors containing combinations of five seed‐specific promoters for expression of...
Summary The identification of genetic markers linked to genes of agronomic importance is a major aim of crop research and breeding programmes. Here, we identify markers for Yr15, a major disease resistance gene for wheat yellow rust, using a segregating F2 population. After phenotyping, we...
Summary Gibberellin 2‐oxidases (GA2oxs) are a group of 2‐oxoglutarate‐dependent dioxygenases that catalyse the deactivation of bioactive GA or its precursors through 2β‐hydroxylation reaction. In this study, putatively novel switchgrass C20 GA2ox genes were identified with the aim of...
Summary Influenza virus‐like particles (VLPs) are noninfectious particles resembling the influenza virus representing a promising vaccine alternative to inactivated influenza virions as antigens. Medicago inc. has developed a plant‐based VLP manufacturing platform allowing the large‐scale...
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