Maris Piper is the most widely grown potato variety in the United Kingdom accounting for 16 % of the planted area in 2014. Introduced in 1966 it was one of the first potato varieties bred to be resistant to a form of potato cyst nematode, a major pest of potato production in the UK. It has been the most widely grown variety in the UK since 1980 and is suitable for a range of uses including chips, roast potatoes and mashed potatoes. Attempts to find resistance to the potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis in wild potatoes began in 1941 when Conrad Ellenby started testing over 60 species held in the Commonwealth Potato Collection, finding that few were resistant or suitable to breed with cultivated potatoes. In a letter to Nature in 1952 Ellenby reported that by 1948 he had found four types that were resistant and could be crossed with contemporary varieties. All four were the species Solanum tuberosum andigena and one of these, CPC 1673 was the source of nematode resistance in Maris Piper. ...
article{62f3985e-a946-40ca-a489-6a8f8076cf24, abstract = {,p,Inside-out submitochondrial particles (IO-SMP) were isolated and purified from potato (Solanum tuberosum L. cv.) tubers. When these IO-SMP were incubated with [γ,sup,32,/sup,P]ATP more then 20 proteins became labelled as a result of phosphorylation. The ,sup,32,/sup,P incorporation was stimulated by the oxidizing reagent ferricyanide. Except for a 17 kDa protein which was phosphorylated only in the absence of divalent cations, the protein phosphorylation required Mg,sup,2+,/sup,. The time for half-maximum ,sup,32,/sup,P incorporation was 4 min for the 22 kDa phospho-F,sub,1,/sub, δ-subunit and 2 min for the 28 kDa phospho-F,sub,0,/sub, b-subunit of the proton-ATPase. The K(m) for ATP for the detected phosphoproteins was between 65 μM and 110 μM. The pH optimum for protein phosphorylation in inner membranes was between pH 6 and 8, and for the F,sub,1,/sub, δ-subunit and the F,sub,0,/sub, b-subunit the pH optima were 6.5-8 and pH 8, ...
Phytotoxicity of Oxidised and Reduced Nitrogen Aerosols on Potato (Solanum Tuberosum L.) Crop: 10.4018/978-1-5225-1715-3.ch008: In a field trial (2012), simulated aerosols: NH4Cl (reduced) and NaNO2 (oxidised) @ 10 & 20 kg ha-1y-1 (˜ 100 ppm & ˜ 200 ppm respectively), 1000 cm3m-2 of
We isolated the CIP353 cDNA, which encodes a novel cold-inducible protein, from cold-stored tubers of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). The level of CIP353 transcripts began to increase in tubers 2 weeks after storage at 3°C and continued increasing for at least 3 months during storage. This increase was not observed in tubers stored at ≥9°C. The increased level of transcripts in tubers stored at 3 or 6°C decreased when the tubers were shifted to 20°C. These data suggest that CIP353 is a temperature-dependent and slowly responsive cold-inducible gene of potato. The middle of the deduced amino acid sequence of CIP353 cDNA showed high similarity to the AP2/ERF domain, which occurs in some plant regulatory factors. The deduced protein contained a putative basic nuclear-localization signal and potential acidic activation domains. These data suggest that CIP353 protein is a transcription factor of genes expressed in tubers under long-term storage at low temperatures.. ...
Also provides initial update on 1,000 Plant & Animal Reference Genomes Project at 2nd annual conference. BGI (previously known as the Beijing Genomics Institute), the largest genomic organization in the world, announced today that it was among the research organizations comprising the Potato Genome Sequencing Consortium (PGSC) that completed the genome sequence and analysis of the tuber crop potato, published as an Advance Online Publication in Nature.. This study marks an important milestone in Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) genome research, revealing new insights into the evolutionary history of the potato genome, causes of inbreeding depression, and potential mechanisms of tuber initiation and development. These insights will generate great interest among botanists and breeders worldwide and facilitate the genetic engineering of this vital crop.. "BGI and its collaborators carried out the de novo sequencing, genome assembly and annotation of the potato genome, elucidating the evolutionary ...
Natural co-infection of solanum tuberosum crops by the potato yellow vein virus and potyvirus in colombia . Wilmer J. Cuellar ; Mónica Guzmán-Barney ;Agronomía Colombiana 2014, 32 2. Biblioteca virtual para leer y descargar libros, documentos, trabajos y tesis universitarias en PDF. Material universiario, documentación y tareas realizadas por universitarios en nuestra biblioteca. Para descargar gratis y para leer online.
Both Sweet Potato and White Potato are tubers, a type of plant that stores energy in tubular root systems. There are many of these types of plants. Carrots, swedes, turnips, yams, sweet potato and white potato are the most commonly known examples of vegetables that come from plants with these tubular root systems.. Sweet Potato and White Potato are rich in energy as a result. They make a great side dish and can be enjoyed mashed, boiled, steamed, baked and fried. They both originate from Central and South America where they have been cultivated for thousands of years.. Krista Scott-Dixon and Brian St. Pierre from Precision Nutrition note some of these key differences in their article, "Sweet vs. regular potatoes: Which potatoes are really healthier?". "Botanically," they write, "potatoes and sweet potatoes are completely unrelated.". Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum) are from the Solanaceae family of plants. They are related to plants like tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and the inedible, deadly, ...
Historically, potato has been notoriously difficult to work with. It is a tetraploid, meaning its cells contain four copies of each chromosome, which makes it difficult to breed. Despite decades of improvement work, the crop remains susceptible to pests, pathogens and inbreeding depression (where new potato lines are weaker than their parents). Sequencing of the potato genome should speed efforts to address these issues. "It will take researchers awhile to use the genome information to improve its agronomic traits, such as improved quality, yield, drought tolerance and disease resistance. But our most recent research will accelerate efforts to improve potato varieties and help close the gap in bringing a better potato to the farmer," says Robin Buell, a plant biologist at Michigan State University, one of three co-leaders of the potato genome project. Jiang says the availability of potatos genetic code will get him back in the game of hunting-or cloning-genes of value to the potato industry. He ...
Generation and characterization of activation tagged potato mutants could aid in functional genomic studies. Morphological and molecular studies were conducted to compare potato cv. Bintje, its two mutants, underperformer (up), and nikku generated using the activation tagging vector pSKI074, and nikku revertant plants. Mutant up exhibited a dwarf phenotype (plant height 42 cm vs. 73 cm in cv. Bintje), abundant axillary shoot growth (3.1 shoots/plant compared to 0.7 shoots/plant in cv. Bintje; in vitro plants), greater tuber yield, altered tuber traits and early senescence compared to wild-type Bintje under in vitro conditions. Under in vivo conditions, the dwarf and early senescence phenotypes of the mutant were consistent, but the tuber yield of up was less (250 g/plant compared to 610 g/plant in wild-type Bintje) and had fewer axillary shoots compared to wild-type (1.9 shoots/plant in up vs. 4.7 shoots/plant in Bintje). Mutant nikku plants exhibited an extremely dwarf phenotype (plant height 2 ...
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AP) -- A global team of researchers has mapped the genetic code of the worlds most popular vegetable - the potato.. The draft of the potato genome released last week represents the work of more than 50 scientists from 16 institutions and will provide a starting point for other researchers to develop sturdier, more nutritious potatoes.. Thats important because the potato is widely grown and plays a central role in feeding the worlds 6.3 billion people, said Robin Buell, a Michigan State University plant biologist who worked on the project. The East Lansing school announced the results in the U.S.. "The potato is the most important vegetable worldwide," Buell said. "This report on potato (genes) is a major milestone in genome mapping.". The Potato Genome Sequencing Consortium began work in 2006. It has 16 institutional members in Argentina, Britain, Chile, China, India, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Peru, Poland, Russia and the United States. Michigan State and Virginia Tech are formal ...
The control of shoot branching and its impact on plant architecture have fundamental implications for the development of more productive crops (reviewed in Xie et al., 2010; Brewer et al., 2013). Considerable progress has been made in understanding the hormonal control of axillary bud outgrowth. The discovery of the importance of the shoot apex, in decapitation experiments, led to the formulation of the apical dominance theory. According to this, auxin, known then as the growth substance, inhibits the outgrowth of lateral buds (Thimann & Skoog, 1933). Several early studies focused on the antagonistic roles of auxins and cytokinins (CKs) in controlling bud outgrowth (Skoog & Thimann, 1940; Gunckel & Thimann, 1949; Thimann et al., 1971; Morris, 1977), also detailed in more recent work (Bangerth et al., 2000; Pernisova et al., 2009; Shimizu-Sato et al., 2009).. However, experiments studying long-distance signals in mutants that exhibited increased branching or tillering suggested that factors in ...
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Introduction. Osmosis Aim To find the osmotic pressure of potato cells. I can find this out, when there is no net movement (change of mass in potato cylinder) when placed in different concentrations of sugar solution. Background Information Arrangement and movement of particles in solids, liquids and gases. Solids have strong forces of attraction between molecules. The molecules are held in fixed positions, in a very regular lattice arrangement. They keep a definite shape and volume. Solids cant be compressed because the molecules are very close together. Solids are generally very dense. Liquids have some force of attraction between molecules. The molecules are free to move. Liquids dont keep a definite shape. The molecules are constantly moving in random motion. Liquids cant be compressed because the molecules are already packed closely together; liquids are quite dense. Gases do not have a force of attraction between their molecules. The molecules are free to move. Gases dont keep a ...
Solanum tuberosum Stprx2 protein: putative peroxidase; induced in response to wounding and to infection by Phytophthora infestans; isolated from potato; GenBank AJ401150
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Plant Disease 96:1422-1429...Plant Disease 96:1422-1429...Response of Potato Cultivars to Five Isolates Belonging to Four Strains of Potato virus Y...Bihua Nie, National Center for Vegetable Improvement (Central China), MOE Key Laboratory of Horticultural Plant Biology, Hubei Provincial Research Center of Potato Engineering and Technology, Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan, 430070, China, and Potato Research Centre, Agriculture and Agri-F...
Ectopic auxin overproduction in transgenic potato leads to enhanced productivity accompanied with concerted and occasional changes in hormonal status, and causing altered response of transformants to
Affinity purified Solanum tuberosum lectin/agglutinin (STA/STL) is a hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein. This lectin contains 50% carbohydrates, predominantly arabinose; and consists of two subunits. STA/STL binds oligomers of N-acetylglucosamine and some bacterial cell wall oligosaccharides containing N-acetylglucosamin
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Coombs, J.; Ellis, D.; Soto, J.; Gomez, R.; Douches, D.S. 2016. SNP Genotyping the International Potato Center (CIP) cultivated potato variety collection. 99. Annual Meeting of The Potato Association of America. Portland (USA). 19-23 Jul 2015. American Journal of Potato Research. (USA). ISSN 1099-209X. 93(2):127 ...
Introduction. The aim of my investigation is to find out the sugar concentration of potato tuber cells. To do this, I decided to carry out an experiment that will test the rate of diffusion, or more particularly osmosis, between the tubers and various different sugar solutions. To do this I will take several potato tuber samples and cut each one to an equal length, weight them and then place them in different sugar solutions. During the experiment, one of two things may occur. Osmosis may happen as water travels through the partially permeable membrane of the potato from an area of dilute concentration to an area of higher concentration. If the potato is at a higher concentration than the solution, then water molecules will move to the potato form the solution until the two reach equilibrium. If the solution is at a higher concentration, then water molecules will move to the solution from the potato until equilibrium. Diffusion may also occur as sugar molecules move from an area of higher ...
Background: Although the reference genome of Solanum tuberosum group Phureja double-monoploid (DM) clone is available, knowledge on the genetic diversity of the highly heterozygous tetraploid group … Tuberosum, representing most cultivated varieties, remains largely unexplored. This lack of knowledge hinders further progress in potato research and its subsequent applications in breeding. Results: For the DM genome assembly, two only partially-overlapping gene models exist differing in a unique set of genes and intron/exon structure predictions. First step was to merge and manually curate the merged gene model, creating a union of genes in Phureja scaffold. We next compiled available RNA-Seq datasets (cca. 1.5 billion reads) for three tetraploid potato genotypes (cultivar Désirée, cultivar Rywal, and breeding clone PW363) with diverse breeding pedigrees. Short-read transcriptomes were assembled using CLC, Trinity, Velvet, and rnaSPAdes de novo assemblers using different settings to test for ...
Background: Although the reference genome of Solanum tuberosum group Phureja double-monoploid (DM) clone is available, knowledge on the genetic diversity of the highly heterozygous tetraploid group … Tuberosum, representing most cultivated varieties, remains largely unexplored. This lack of knowledge hinders further progress in potato research and its subsequent applications in breeding. Results: For the DM genome assembly, two only partially-overlapping gene models exist differing in a unique set of genes and intron/exon structure predictions. First step was to merge and manually curate the merged gene model, creating a union of genes in Phureja scaffold. We next compiled available RNA-Seq datasets (cca. 1.5 billion reads) for three tetraploid potato genotypes (cultivar Désirée, cultivar Rywal, and breeding clone PW363) with diverse breeding pedigrees. Short-read transcriptomes were assembled using CLC, Trinity, Velvet, and rnaSPAdes de novo assemblers using different settings to test for ...
After wheat and rice, potato is the third most important staple food worldwide. A collection of ten tetraploid (Solanum tuberosum) and diploid (S. phureja and S. chacoense) genotypes with contrasting carotenoid content was subjected to molecular characterization with respect to candidate carotenoid loci and metabolic profiling using LC-HRMS. Irrespective of ploidy and taxonomy, tubers of these genotypes fell into three groups: yellow-fleshed, characterized by high levels of epoxy-xanthophylls and xanthophyll esters and by the presence of at least one copy of a dominant allele of the β-Carotene Hydroxylase 2 (CHY2) gene; white-fleshed, characterized by low carotenoid levels and by the presence of recessive chy2 alleles; and orange-fleshed, characterized by high levels of zeaxanthin but low levels of xanthophyll esters, and homozygosity for a Zeaxanthin Epoxidase (ZEP) recessive allele ...
Isolated potato (Solanum tuberosum) tuber mitochondria purified by isopycnic centrifugation in density gradients of Percoll were found to be highly intact, to be devoid of extramitochondrial contaminations and to retain a high rate of O2 consumption. When suspended in a medium that avoided rupture of the outer membrane, intact purified mitochondria progressively lost their NAD+ content by passive diffusion. This led to a slow decrease of oxoglutarate-dependent O2 consumption by isolated mitochondria. Addition of NAD+ to the medium restored the initial State-3 rate of oxoglutarate oxidation. The rate of NAD+ accumulation in the matrix space was concentration-dependent, exhibited Michaelis-Menten kinetics and was strongly inhibited by the analogue N-4-azido-2-nitrophenyl-4-aminobutyryl-NAD+. ...
This report describes the production of two Certified Reference Materials (CRMs) ERM-BF435a and b. ERM-BF435a was certified to contain less than the limit of the detection (LOD) of the event-specific PH05-026-0048 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method applied. ERM-BF435b was certified for its genetic identity with respect to the potato event PH05-026-0048. These dried potato powder materials were produced following ISO Guide 34:2009. Potato (Solanum tuberosum) tubers from the genetically modified (GM) potato event PH05-026-0048 were cut into small pieces, dried and ground to obtain the GM potato powder for ERM-BF435b. Potato tubers from a non-GM potato variety were treated in the same way to obtain the non-GM potato powder for ERM-BF435a. The purity of the raw materials used for producing ERM-BF435a and b has been established on the individual potato tubers used for processing. Various PCR screening methods were applied on each non-GM potato tuber to confirm that they are non-modified potato ...
Roughly 90 percent of U.S. potatoes are planted in the spring and harvested in the fall. The marketing season for fall potatoes begins in August (for areas of early harvest) and may continue through the following August. Unlike most produce crops, which are perishable, potatoes are well-suited for long-term storage in climate-controlled rooms or containers.. Because of their physical characteristics and storage advantages, many major fall-season potato varieties can be sold in fresh or processing markets throughout September-August marketing year. Potatoes for fresh use are sold mostly on the open market (rather than sold under production contracts negotiated prior to the growing season), so prices are subject to market conditions. Shippers ability to store potatoes allows them greater flexibility when marketing potatoes on the open market.. Processing potatoes that are used for making french fries are typically contracted to commercial fryers before planting time. The contracts specify the ...
A study was taken up during 2014-16 for evaluating the potential of an organic package of practice towards integrated crop production (green farming) in comparison to conventional farmers practice in West Bengal, India. Under green farming, compost was integrated with chemical fertilizer for soil management while organic plant/ pest management was undertaken utilizing Inhana Rational Farming (IRF) Technology. The study indicated higher yield (9.7 %), higher nutrient use efficiency and economic sustainability under green farming irrespective of study area or potato variety. Higher qualitative expression in terms of starch content, pulp pH, vitamin C etc. under green farming might be due to the organic plant management aimed at energization of plant biochemical functions. Soil quality development as noted under green farming might have been influenced by the on-farm produced compost containing rich self- generated micro flora (in order of 1016 per colony forming unit.). The study indicated that ...
To elucidate the molecular mechanisms underlying pathogen-associated molecular pattern (PAMP)-induced defense responses in potato (Solanum tuberosum), the role of the signaling compounds salicylic acid (SA) and jasmonic acid (JA) was analyzed. Pep-13, a PAMP from Phytophthora, induces the accumulation of SA, JA and hydrogen peroxide, as well as the activation of defense genes and hypersensitive-like cell death. We have previously shown that SA is required for Pep-13-induced defense responses. To assess the importance of JA, RNA interference constructs targeted at the JA biosynthetic genes, allene oxide cyclase and 12- oxophytodienoic acid reductase, were expressed in transgenic potato plants. In addition, expression of the F-box protein COI1 was reduced by RNA interference. Plants expressing the RNA interference constructs failed to accumulate the respective transcripts in response to wounding or Pep-13 treatment, neither did they contain significant amounts of JA after elicitation. In response ...
Citation: Busse, J.S., Bamberg, J.B., Palta, J.P. 2004. Understanding genetic variations for calcium accumulation efficiency in tuber and aerial shoot tissues. American Journal of Potato Research. 82:60. Interpretive Summary: Technical Abstract: Resistance to several pathological and physiological tuber defects, and improvement in tuber yield and grade have been correlated with the calcium concentration in the tuber. It has also been demonstrated that calcium can mitigate heat stress injury to the potato aerial shoot. In our previous studies, we reported genetic variations among potato species for tuber calcium accumulation efficiency. For the present study we used Solanum kurtizianum, S. microdontum, S. tuberosum cv. Dark Red Norland, and S. tuberosum cv. Russet Burbank to investigate calcium accumulation efficiency in tuber medullary tissue and the aerial shoot. Plants were watered with ¼ X Hoaglands solution adjusted to either 25 or 500 ppm calcium with calcium chloride. In general, S. ...
The genetically modified potato line show a shift of the tuber starch composition to amylose. No difference regarding persistence in agricultural habitats or invasiveness in natural habitats compared to conventional potato varieties is expected. Nor is it expected that a selective advantage or disadvantage is conferred to the GM lines via the introduced traits. Due to the measures to be taken during the release (distance to or absence of cultivated and wild relatives) will the potential for gene transfer virtually be excluded. Interactions of the GM potato lines with non-target species and resulting effects will be comparable to those of conventional potato varieties. No toxic or allergenic effects are expected from elevated levels of amylose, nor from the nptII gene. Measures in place under current field trial practice will safeguard that all tubers and plant material is properly managed, harvested, stored, transported or disposed of to minimize contact to humans or animals. No effects are ...
There are at least three strains of Potato Virus Y (PVYn, PVYc and PVYo). The common strain (PVYo) is prevalent in Maine and the United States. PVY is one of the two most important viruses infecting potatoes in Maine and elsewhere.. Severe yield losses-up to 100 percent-are possible from this pathogen. The virus is borne on an aphid stylet and can be transmitted as quickly as in a few seconds. When aphids pick up the virus, they will not keep the virus for their entire life. However, aphids can re-acquire the virus on their stylet numerous times. The virus can also be spread mechanically by human activity. PVY can interact with other viruses, most notably PVX.. PVY causes mosaic in potatoes. The symptoms of PVY vary depending upon the strain of the virus and the variety of potato. Some potato varieties have a hypersensititive reaction to PVY. This results in rapid death of the infected area and a small dead area surrounding the infection. Some potato varieties are more sensitive to the PVY ...
Thick, green foliage grows from single stem. Tubers grow directly under plant for 2 feet. Yeild per plant is 2 to 5 pounds. Tuber is yellow, oblong and medium.
Russet potatoes have a dry, fluffy texture and have long been the staple for the most widely used and versatile potato variety. Peel them for dicing or cook with skins on. Red potatoes have thin skins and a waxier texture which make them excellent for roasting, boiling or salads. Gold potatoes have thin skins and are their versatility makes them excellent for roasting, boiling, and mashing with skins on. White potatoes are considered an all-purpose potato. Peel away the potato skin and remove any dark spots caused from bruising ...
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Fructose and glucose phosphorylating enzyme. May be involved in the phosphorylation of glucose during the export from plastids to cytosol. Seems neither to be involved in cell sugar sensing nor in carbohydrate metabolism in tuber.
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1. To prepare sauce, combine yogurt, mayonnaise and mustard in a small bowl. Mix well and refrigerate.. 2. Wash potatoes and place in pot. Cover with water about 1 inch above potatoes.. 3. Bring water and potatoes to a boil and simmer until potatoes are fork tender.. 4. Drain potatoes and set aside to cool.. 5. When potatoes are cooled, cut into bite-sized cubes. Place cut potatoes into large bowl.. 6. Add celery, onions, salt, and pepper to potatoes. Top with sauce and mix well.. 7. Garnish with parsley and enjoy.. ...
Cytochrome b559 subunit alpha; This b-type cytochrome is tightly associated with the reaction center of photosystem II (PSII). PSII is a light-driven water-plastoquinone oxidoreductase that uses light energy to abstract electrons from H(2)O, generating O(2) and a proton gradient subsequently used for ATP formation. It consists of a core antenna complex that captures photons, and an electron transfer chain that converts photonic excitation into a charge separation (83 aa ...
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We all know Potatoes are tuberous crops and it is very commonly used to prepare various dishes in Asia and in Europe but the astonishing fact is the Incas were the first to plant potatoes.Wiki says that the annual diet of a Person in this world is like 33Kg of Potatoes. History of Solanum tuberosum:…
Harvested organic potatoes (Solanum tuberosum Cherie) and a garden fork stuck in the ground. Potatoes are used as ingredients in cooking and are a good source of carbohydrates. - Stock Image E768/0669
Descriptive data of all kinds need to be linked to a name known to the portal. For the portal to recognize a name, it needs to use a WFO identifier (WFOID). All plant names are assigned WFOIDs by the WFO Consortium. For example, the WFOID for Solanum tuberosum L. is wfo-0001031908. A WFOID must be used in the taxonID column in the core Taxon CSV file of the Darwin Core Archive. Note: The term taxonID is a Darwin Core term used to identify a name, not a taxonomic concept. Descriptive text is provided to WFO by using the Darwin Core Archive Descriptions extension, as defined by GBIF. Please refer to the WFO Content Data Contributors Guide which can be found at http://about.worldfloraonline.org/wfodocuments.shtml. ...
HERNÁNDEZ MUÑOZ, Mónica (2009) Obtención de un mapa genético, construcción de una genoteca de bacs y detección de genes de respuesta a factores bióticos y abióticos en vid. PhD thesis, UPV/EHU.. SÁNCHEZ MARTÍNEZ, Isibene (2007) Construcción de un mapa genético funcional y detección de genes de resistencia frente a factores bióticos en patata (solanum tuberosum l.). PhD thesis, UPV/EHU.. ...
New selections of low glycemic potatoes are being developed at the Potato Research Centre. As their performance proves satisfactory, these selections will progressively be released to industry for commercial evaluation and market development.. Other specialty potatoes being developed by scientists Benoît Bizimungu, Agnes Murphy, Helen Tai and David De Koeyer in Fredericton include germplasm with pigmented flesh and enhanced antioxidant content, as well as potatoes with high starch for industrial use.. The new varieties are developed using traditional breeding methods and exploiting natural genetic diversity existing in local or exotic potato germplasm from South America. Some new technologies help to speed up the development process. For instance, a near-infrared spectrometer and a rheometer at the Potato Research Centre allow scientists to measure starch content and composition of potatoes with a simple test. This technology eliminates years of trial and error to identify desirable ...
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Desiree Jennings, a 25-year-old cheerleader ambassador for the Washington Redskins, had everything going for her until one day her body suddenly stopped working, turning into a twisted, jerky mess. For some inexplicable reason, when she runs, Jennings body untwists and straightens out, and sometimes she can walk backwards and sideways without trouble. Footage of this unusual phenomenon spread quickly online, making her an internet sensation. Was it caused by a flu shot, as Desiree thought? Her journey for answers to this medical mystery takes her to a controversial osteopath in North Carolina and ultimately leads people to question whether or not her affliction is real.