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Ryan Whitford
Cereal Research Scientist. Opinions are my own. School of Agriculture Food and Wine, University of Adelaide.
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Ryan Whitford Nov 23
Replying to @CPtraveller
Given the previous feedback I dearly hope you have now done some serious research on the topic and informed yourself. The current narrative is misleading and disingenuous.
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ARC Nov 18
: Read about the work of researchers at the ARC Wheat Hub, showcasing five years of discovery with outcomes to improve Australian wheat varieties
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Ryan Whitford Nov 17
I too look on with great interest from WA hotel quarantine under the same condition
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Alison Bentley Nov 17
"Phenology & related traits for wheat adaptation". Another excellent review in our Special Issue on Plant Quantitative Genetics . & team discuss why is essential to crop breeding & production:
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Rüdiger Simon 🐠🌾🔬 Nov 15
Extending the role of CLE40 to Calcium signalling - and identification of the channel protein involved. @EkiamB
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Jess Hyles Nov 14
Maintaining wheat yield under high temperatures - how do current cultivars compare with what's coming? - GRDC nice work ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Plant Science Nov 13
Kinase Partner Protein Plays a Key Role in Controlling the Speed and Shape of Pollen Tube Growth in Tomato ♻️
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Widiez Thomas 🌽 Nov 13
🌾LONG AWAITED DISCOVERY 🚜🌾: ⏩Engineering of histone CENH3 in wheat lead to paternal haploid induction at a decent rate ( 7% ! ) out 👇👇
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JXB Nov 13
Overgrowth mutants determine the causal role of GA2oxidaseA13 in Rht12 dwarfism of Wolfgang Spielmeyer and col.
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Helene BERGES Nov 9
Generation of paternal haploids in wheat by genome editing of the centromeric histone CENH3
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Stephen Baenziger Nov 5
Late planted hybrid wheat crossing block coming up nicely. Could sure use a drink.
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Matthew Tucker Nov 2
Well done to these amazingly talented Doctors , and Caterina Selva who graduated today!! What a privilege it’s been to witness your progress 🤜😇🌾🌱🌷
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Ryan Whitford Nov 2
Replying to @drtucks @mmiiaa2 and 6 others
Congratulations to you both well deserved.
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Moritz K. Nowack Oct 31
Great piece of work by and team on the control of programmed cell death in wheat stem solidness, an important resistance trait against wheat stem sawfly: Copy number variation of TdDof controls solid-stemmed architecture in wheat
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Ryan Whitford Oct 20
Replying to @professor_dave
It’s called the scientific Ponzi scheme
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John Innes Centre Oct 20
CRISPR - Researchers know how to make precise genetic changes within the genomes of crops, but the transformed cells often refuse to grow into plants - one international team, led by  & has devised a new solution
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JXB Oct 19
Increased expression of the MALE STERILITY1 transcription factor gene results in temperature-sensitive male sterility in Fernandez-Gomez
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Jemima Brinton Oct 19
Looking for a PhD that combines bioinformatics, genetics and biochemistry? Very excited to offer this project with me and David Seung exploring starch diversity in wheat and wild grasses! Deadline 23rd November.
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BarleyPlanet Oct 12
More great work on spike architecture from Thorsten Schnurbusch group helping increase grain number. Congrats. COMPOSITUM 1 contributes to the architectural simplification of barley inflorescence via meristem identity signals
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IPK Gatersleben - Leibniz-Institut Oct 12
A research team led by has now succeeded in identifying a that plays a decisive role in ensuring that develops its characteristic slender inflorescences, called spikes. The results have been published in
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