This soybean study uncovered 101 Quantitative Trait Nucleotides (QTNs) associated with flowering responses to photo-thermal conditions. Three candidate genes—Glyma.08G302500 (GmHY5), Glyma.08G303900 (GmPIF4c), and Glyma.16G046700 (GmVRN1)—exhibited non-synonymous substitutions. Using a diverse panel of 201 cultivars, a genome-wide association study assessed thermal response (TR) and interactive photo-thermal response (IPT) for soybean flowering time. The study identified SNPs significantly associated with TR, IPT, and both, with implications for adapting soybeans to varying climates and enhancing resilience to global climate change.
Peas are a good source of vitamins C and E, zinc, and other antioxidants that strengthen your immune system. Other nutrients, such as vitamins A and B and coumestrol, help reduce inflammation and lower your risk of chronic conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis.
Devil’s Ivy stands out as an excellent hanging plant, boasting large green leaves and trailing vines. Not only are they visually appealing, but they also excel at purifying the air by effectively removing toxins. While Devil’s Ivy is known for its low maintenance, occasional pruning is necessary to manage its growth.
It explores the social dimensions surrounding insect-based feed in the EU. Analyzing responses from a public consultation, the study uncovers diverse value-based arguments influencing acceptance. Critical voices highlight animal welfare concerns and skepticism regarding the innovation’s contribution to sustainability. While the research suggests potential sustainability improvements under specific conditions, it also emphasizes regulatory challenges and […]