Chaffey, N and Stokes, T (2002) In brief November 2002. Trends in Plant Science, 7 (11). pp. 484-486. ISSN 1360-1385
News and comment section with contributions by Nigel Chaffey and Trevor Stokes. Chaffey's entries are as follows: Soap isn’t always good for you! / So why did the ice melt? / Afro–Japanese rice hybrid / GM, a religious slant / Mini melons / Guilty trees fingered / Diatoms, in a glass of their own / Boost for Rothamsted / Afghan’s seeds of destruction.
|Keywords:||Fatwa panel, GM food, Islam, diversity, United Nations, seed collections, conservation, plant disease, saponins, tomato leaf spot fungus, Antarctica, greenhouse, Amundsen-Scott Research Station, hydroponics, mini-melons, seedless fruit, traditional plant breeding, orchid, taxonomist, nomenclature, publishing, DNA fingerprinting, root-damage, trees, pear shaped, OVATE, tomato, QTL, Robbins’ cinquefoil, endangerment, conservation, restoration, agri-food, centre of excellence, IACR Rothamsted Research Institute, hydrogen, hydrocarbons, alternative fuels, engineering, global warming, Permian Ice Age, stomata, sudden oak death, Douglas fir, outbreak,susceptible, Afghanistan, looting, seed collections, gardeners, climate, hardiness map, Canada, African agriculture, Nerica, rice, caterpillar, protease, maize, digestion, diatoms, photosynthesis, silica, corridors, conservation, separate populations, animal-plant interactions|
|Divisions:||College of Liberal Arts|
|Date Deposited:||20 Jul 2015 17:05|
|Last Modified:||29 Apr 2016 14:12|
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