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Evaluating Novel Vector Control Strategies: Modeling the impact of gene editing for malaria elimination in the Democratic Republic of Congo
The tremendous burden of malaria has led to renewed efforts focusing on malaria elimi-nation in the high burden countries. However, to achieve elimination, novel tools includ-ing driving-Y gene drive mosquitoes may be ...
Genetic and molecular analysis of drought stress adaptation in cultivated and wild barley
Drought tolerance breeding is an integral part of modern-day agriculture for sustained crop production. In this study, we employed forward and reverse genetics tools to understand and improve drought stress adaptation in ...
The role of production method and country-of-origin labelling in consumers' food choice: Empirical study based on meta-analyses and stated preference choice experiments
Organic production and domestic origin of food serve for consumers as extrinsic cues for food safety and food quality dimensions. With consumers' growing interest in food quality and their increasing concern regarding food ...
Root-restricting layers in German agricultural soils: Extent, cause and management strategies
Subsoil, i.e., soil below 30 cm depth, harbours great amounts of water and nutrients. However, physical and chemical barriers for vertical root elongation may restrict plants from accessing subsoil resources. Such ...
Environment-dependent regulation of flowering time in a Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) MAGIC population
Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is used as a source for food and feed and is the fourth widely cultivated cereal world-wide. Flowering time is a complex trait controlled by endogenous and environmental factors that marks ...
Characterization of Root System Architectures from Field Root Sampling Methods
<strong>Background and objectives:</strong> The root system architecture (RSA) of a plant determines the plant’s ability to capture resources efficiently from the soil and directly linked to plant performance. The development ...