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DNA analysis strategy aids in study of biofuel feedstocks

Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center

March 19, 2014

BY Chris Hanson

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Genetic sleuthing reveals new weakness in corn’s herbicide armor

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By USDA Agricultural Research Service

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A team of USDA ARS, university and industry scientists has spotted a new genetic vulnerability to tolpyralate herbicide in 49 varieties of corn, marking the first report of the weed control posing a danger to the staple crop.

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The U.S. Department of Energy Bioenergy Technologies Office announced $29 million in funding to drive research, development, and demonstration of low-carbon-intensity, purpose-grown energy crops critical to accelerating a clean energy economy.

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Research from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and UC Davis sheds new light on how to access the sugars locked up in plants to produce petroleum-free fuels, chemicals, and medicines.

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Bagging When the Bins Fill Up

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