Compiling a genome of an Asian grass is already producing useful results for breeding.
Advances in computational models may allow us to quickly predict responses of important food crops to environmental stresses in the field, and to identify the genetic basis of these.
On Tuesday morning at the Bioenergy Genomics 2017 we will be looking at biofuel genomics. But what does that mean?
Humans are 98% junk! But a carnivorous plant is far more efficient – containing only 3% junk-DNA.
Genetically modified plants are usually produced using tissue culture, but techniques used to modify a plant genome also affect its epigenome.