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    BRI Reveals Molecular Mechanism of Rice Root in Response to ...

    Recently, the research group of Prof. Huang Rongfeng from Biotechnology Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (BRI, CAAS) has dissected the molecular mechanism of the coordination of ABA and auxin in controlling rice root growth in response to soil compaction,

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    Time Series Canopy Phenotyping Enables Identification of Gen...

    An international team of scientists co-led by Prof. Qiu Lijuan (Institute of Crop Science, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, ICS-CAAS) has recently revealed the genetic basis of soybean time series canopy. This research was published in Journal of Integrative Plant Biology.

  • Dietary Fructooligosaccharides Effectively Facilitate the Pr...

    The Researchers from the Institute of Feed Research of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (IFR, CAAS), conducted a feeding trial to ascertain the use of natural feed additives such as Fructooligosaacharides (Prebiotics) in the diet of laying hens to enhance laying performance and produce high-quality eggs. It was published in Foods.

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    Researchers Discover Molecular Mechanism of the Probiotic Ba...

    Researchers in the Feed Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (FRI, CAAS) have demonstrated that dietary supplementation of the probiotic Bacillus amyloliquefaciens (BA) CGMCC18230 improves broiler bone health similar to supplementation of antimicrobial growth promoters (AGPs).

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    Discovery of Transcription Factor MYB113 Responsible for the...

    The scientists of the Crop Molecular Breeding Laboratory in Biotechnology Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (BRI, CAAS) have retrieved the lost G. hirsutum petal spot to attract pollinators visiting for reinforcement cross-fertilization efficiency in cotton hybrid seed production.

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    C1 Gas Protein: A Potential Protein Substitute for Advancing...

    Recently, researchers from the Institute of Feed Research of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and the Tianjin Institute of Industrial Biotechnology of Chinese Academy of Sciences co-concluded the one-carbon (C1) molecular gas protein (C1GP) as suitable protein substitute in aquaculture. The relevant review paper was published in Reviews in Aquaculture.

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    A New Mechanism of Intestinal Injury and Inflammatory Respon...

    Recently, research team from the Institute of Feed Research, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (IFR, CAAS) has uncovered a molecular mechanism of E. coli O88 inducing intestinal damage and inflammation in meat ducks through oxidative phosphorylation and ribosome pathway

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    High-moisture Extruded Protein Fiber Formation toward Plant-...

    Recently, the research team of Plant Protein Structure and Function Regulation, Institute of Food Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (IFST, CAAS), has reviewed the trends in high-moisture extrusion technology with regarding to protein sources

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    Ultrasound Pretreatment Improved the Flowability and Water S...

    Recently, the Dairy Processing Technology and Quality Control Research Team, Institute of Food Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (IFST, CAAS), has found that ultrasound pretreatment can greatly improve the flowability of powders by increasing particle size and changing surface composition.

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    Scientists Further Unravelled the Underlying Mechanism of He...

    Rice heading date (flowering time) marks the floral transition from the vegetative stage to the reproductive stage in rice. It is a vital agronomic trait that influences rice reproduction and an important target trait in breeding. Heading date control in rice is very complicated, involving both genetic factors and exogenous factors, such as photoperiod and temperature.

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