Abstract: According to the invention, there is provided an inbred corn plant designated RQAB7. This invention thus relates to the plants, seeds and tissue cultures of the inbred corn plant RQAB7, and to methods for producing a corn plant produced by crossing the inbred plant RQAB7 with itself or with another corn plant, such as another inbred. This invention further relates to corn seeds and plants produced by crossing the inbred plant RQAB7 with another corn plant, such as another inbred, and to crosses with related species. This invention further relates to the inbred and hybrid genetic complements of the inbred corn plant RQAB7, and also to the RFLP and genetic isozyme typing profiles of inbred corn plant RQAB7 ...
Replacement of Normal Maize with Quality Protein Maize on Performance, Immune Response and Carcass Characteristics of Broiler Chickens - Normal Maize;Quality Protein Maize;Performance;Immune Response;Carcass Characteristics;Broiler Chickens;
The inclusion of wet distillers grains plus solubles (WDGS) in feedlot diets has become a common practice in many regions of the United States due to the expanded production of byproducts and fluctuating corn prices related to ethanol production and other factors. In addition, societal concerns over the continued use of antimicrobials in agriculture production combined with an enhanced interest in disease and pathogen prevention in the food supply have led to an increased interest in use of direct-fed microbials (DFM) in growing and finishing cattle. Direct-fed microbials have been shown to improve ADG and feed efficiency, alter ruminal fermentation, and decrease fecal shedding of potential harmful pathogens in feedlot cattle in some experiments. The objective of this experiment was to evaluate the effects of WDGS inclusion with or without a DFM containing Lactobacillus acidophilus (1 x 10(6) cfu . heifer(-1) . d(-1)) combined with Propionibacterium freudenreichii (1 x 10(9) cfu , heifer(-1) . ...
Examination of wild ancestors can identify which traits have been altered by selection as possible targets for genetic improvement. We investigated the whole plant response to low nitrogen (LN), especially below ground, by the wild ancestor of modern maize (Zea mays L.), Balsas teosinte (Zea mays subsp. parviglumis H. H. Iltis & Doebley). Teosinte responded to LN by reducing the shoot N concentration and increasing the root:shoot biomass ratio. The lengths of individual crown roots and the total lateral root length increased, compensated by reduced crown root number. Low N caused a decrease in total root hair (RH) length and increased expression of high affinity nitrate transporters. To facilitate future mapping studies, these results were compared to a modern inbred (W22) used as the parent in a modern maize × teosinte population and extensively employed in maize domestication studies. The adaptations to LN in teosinte and W22 were surprisingly conserved, but the strategies employed were ...
Sweet corn (Zea mays L. var. rugosa) is one of the most popular summer vegetable crops grown in Missouri. Like peppers, pumpkins, squash and beans, sweet corn is native to the New World where it has been cultivated for more than 4,000 years. Sweet corn is a monecious plant, which means it has a separate male and female flower on each stalk. The tassel is the male flower, which produces the pollen, and the ear is the female flower (Figure 1). For kernels to form on each ear, pollen from the tassel must be deposited on the silk of the ear. Sweet corn is wind pollinated, although bees are often seen collecting nectar and pollen from the tassels. For small plantings of sweet corn, a series of short rows rather than a single, long row will improve the chances for efficient pollination. Sweet corn typically produces one or two ears per plant.. Sweet corn is sensitive to cool weather and should be seeded when soil temperatures reach at least 60 degrees Fahrenheit (2 inch depth) or about 7 to 10 days ...
An investigation was taken up at Maize Research Station, Agricultural Research Institute, PJTSAU, Hyderabad during 2013-14. F1 material was generated by making crosses between BML 6 × CML 181 and BML 7 × CML 181for introgression of opaque 2 gene from Mexican donor CML181 through molecular breeding approach. The converted quality protein maize BML 6 and BML 7 lines (designated as CB6 and CB7) with increased levels of lysine and tryptophan were crossed in various combinations to select a hybrid with increased lysine, tryptophan and high yield. The performance of elite maize genotypes, donor and derived QPM inbreds and their hybrid combinations were analysed for yield and yield attributing characters. The experiment was designed with three replication following Randomized Block Design. Observations were recorded on twelve quantitative and qualitative traits. Hybrids recorded superior performance to parents with respect to plant height (cm), ear height (cm), number of kernel rows per ear, 100 kernel
A discontinuous sucrose density gradient was used to separate membrane fractions from a homogenate of maize root tips. Endoplasmic reticulum-, Golgi apparatus-, plasma membrane- and mitochondria-rich fractions were identified by their enzymic characteristics and by their appearance under the electron microscope. Maize roots were incubated in vivo with D-[U-14C]glucose, [Me-14C]choline chloride and diazotized [U-3H]sulphanilic acid. The pattern of incorporation of radioactivity into the various membrane fractions was investigated. Analyses of the polypeptide chains of the membrane fractions by SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis showed that the mitochondria-rich fraction had a different pattern of polypeptides from that of the other membrane fractions. The results are discussed in relation to the hypothesis of endomembrane flow and differentiation. ...
A method of removing the hull from corn kernels wherein the method involves exposing the corn kernels to ammonia (e.g., gas-phase anhydrous) under conditions effective to remove the hull from corn kernels.
As family farming in Central Illinois, our fields are filled with cash crops of yellow dent corn [field Corn] and soybeans. However, we always save room for the sweet corn patch. Similar to farmers in our area, our sweet corn is planted in a corner of the field side by side to our field corn. Since, sweet corn is the cream of our crop not financially but a Bonus Nutritional Crop for our dining pleasure all year long, we take great care in raising it. Our family was exciting at the chance to try for free the new Performance Series™ sweet corn Obsession II Variety provide by the Monsanto Company. If you do not partake in the art of growing your own vegetables, you may be asking why our family is stoked about trying a new type of sweet corn. Obsession II is a biotech sweet corn. Yes, I said the BIOTECH word- a term that has been characterized as evil or bad. However, Biotechnology or genetic engineering, simply put, is the process of inserting a desired gene (naturally occurring) from one ...
Leaves of higher plants are produced in a sequential manner through the differentiation of cells that are derived from the shoot apical meristem. Current evidence suggests that this transition from meristematic to leaf cell fate requires the down-regulation of knotted1-like homeobox (knox) gene expression. If knox gene expression is not repressed, overall leaf shape and cellular differentiation within the leaf are perturbed. In order to identify genes that are required for the aquisition of leaf cell fates, we have genetically screened for recessive mutations that confer phenotypes similar to dominant mutations (e.g. Knotted1 and Rough sheath1) that result in the ectopic expression of class I knox genes. Independently derived mutations at the rough sheath2 (rs2) locus condition a range of pleiotropic leaf, node and internode phenotypes that are sensitive to genetic background and environment. Phenotypes include dwarfism, leaf twisting, disorganized differentiation of the blade-sheath boundary, ...
Prior to their release in the environment, transgenic crops are examined for their health and environmental safety. In addition, transgene expression needs to be consistent in order to express the introduced trait (e.g. insecticidal and/or herbicide tolerance). Moreover, data on expression levels for GM events are usually required for approval, but these are rarely disclosed or they are considered insufficient. On the other hand, biosafety regulators do not consider epigenetic regulation (e.g. DNA methylation, ncRNAs and histone modifications), which are broadly known to affect gene expression, within their risk assessment analyses. Here we report the results of a DNA methylation (bisulfite sequencing) and transgene transcript accumulation (RT-qPCR) analysis of four Bt-expressing single transgenic maize hybrids, under different genetic backgrounds, and a stacked transgenic hybrid expressing both insecticidal and herbicide tolerance traits. Our results showed differences in cytosine methylation levels in
Prior to their release in the environment, transgenic crops are examined for their health and environmental safety. In addition, transgene expression needs to be consistent in order to express the introduced trait (e.g. insecticidal and/or herbicide tolerance). Moreover, data on expression levels for GM events are usually required for approval, but these are rarely disclosed or they are considered insufficient. On the other hand, biosafety regulators do not consider epigenetic regulation (e.g. DNA methylation, ncRNAs and histone modifications), which are broadly known to affect gene expression, within their risk assessment analyses. Here we report the results of a DNA methylation (bisulfite sequencing) and transgene transcript accumulation (RT-qPCR) analysis of four Bt-expressing single transgenic maize hybrids, under different genetic backgrounds, and a stacked transgenic hybrid expressing both insecticidal and herbicide tolerance traits. Our results showed differences in cytosine methylation levels in
0040]In one embodiment, a transgene whose expression results or contributes to a desired trait to be transferred to sweet corn inbred line R373D comprises a virus resistance trait such as, for example, a MDMV strain B coat protein gene whose expression confers resistance to mixed infections of maize dwarf mosaic virus and maize chlorotic mottle virus in transgenic maize plants (Murry et al. Biotechnology (1993) 11:1559-64, incorporated herein by reference). In another embodiment, a transgene comprises a gene encoding an insecticidal protein, such as, for example, a crystal protein of Bacillus thuringiensis or a vegetative insecticidal protein from Bacillus cereus, such as VIP3 (see for example Estruch et al. Nat Biotechnol (1997) 15:137-41, incorporated herein by reference). In one embodiment, an insecticidal gene introduced into inbred sweet corn line R373D is a Cry1Ab gene or a portion thereof, for example introgressed into sweet corn inbred line R373D from a maize line comprising a Bt-11 ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Mycorrhizal impacts on root trait plasticity of six maize varieties along a phosphorus supply gradient. AU - Wang, Xin-Xin. AU - Li, Hongbo. AU - Chu, Qun. AU - Feng, Gu. AU - Kuyper, Thomas W.. AU - Rengel, Zed. PY - 2020/1/9. Y1 - 2020/1/9. N2 - Background and aims: Plasticity of plants refers to their ability to produce different phenotypes in different environments. Plants show plasticity aboveground as well as belowground. The influence of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal (AMF) symbiosis on root plasticity is poorly known. This study aimed to quantify plasticity of root-system related, morphological, physiological or mycorrhizal traits along a soil phosphorus (P) supply gradient. Methods: Six varieties of maize (Zea mays L.) were grown in pots with or without AMF at five rates of P supply. Fifteen root traits were measured and calculated after seven weeks of growth. Results: Root system traits (biomass and length) and physiological traits (phosphatase activity at the root ...
TY - CHAP. T1 - Relationship between properties of maize cell walls and in vitro fermentation characteristics. AU - He, Y.. AU - Dijkstra, J.. AU - Mouthier, T.M.B.. AU - Kabel, M.A.. AU - Cone, J.W.. PY - 2015. Y1 - 2015. M3 - Abstract. SP - 33. EP - 34. BT - Proceedings of the 40th Animal Nutrition Research Forum. PB - Ghent University - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. CY - Merelbeke. ER - ...
RNase P, a ribonucleoprotein responsible for the 5´ maturation of precursor tRNAs (ptRNAs) in all organisms, can be enticed to cleave any target mRNA that forms a ptRNA-like structure and sequence-specific complex when bound to an RNA, termed the EGS (external guide sequence). In the present study, F3H (flavanone 3-hydroxylase), a key enzyme in the flavonoid biosynthetic pathway that participates in the formation of red-coloured anthocyanins, was used as a target for RNase P-mediated gene disruption in maize cells. Transient expression of an EGS complementary to the F3H mRNA resulted in suppression of F3H to 29% of the control, as indicated by a reduced number of anthocyanin-accumulating cells. This decrease was not observed in experiments where a disabled mutant EGS was expressed. Our results demonstrate the potential of employing plant RNase P, in the presence of an appropriate gene-specific EGS, as a tool for targeted degradation of mRNAs.. ...
Ngoc Chi Dang, Ingrid Aulinger-Leipner, Ham Le Huy, Peter Stamp: Protein Quality Improved Waxy Maize Varieties for South East Asia
Corn is one of the most popular crops to grow in the home garden. Not only is it delicious, but it is impressive when all goes well. But what happens if your corn plants have yellowing leaves? And how do you go about treating them? Find out here.
Seventeen elite maize inbred lines of West and Central Africa adaptation with tropical and temperate x tropical origin were investigated for diversity at 18 SSR loci in non-coding regions of the maize genome, alongside two temperate inbred lines (B73 and Mo17), perennial teosinte (Zea diploperennis) and gamagrass (Tripsacum dactyloides). A total of 174 alleles were detected with a range of 5 to 15 alleles per maker and an average of 9.7 alleles per locus. Polymorphic information content (PIC) ranged from 0.29 in umc1226 to 0.92 in bnlg2122 with an average of 0.75. Relationships between heterotic groups and groups based on SSR data were quite varied for the lines studied. Primarily, the SSR markers grouped the lines on the basis of their origin, with three instances of a pair of heterotic lines clustering together; one pair of temperate origin and the other two tropical vs temperate x tropical. Four inbred lines (CMR 19, CMR 20, CMR 21, and CMR 26), belonging to three heterotic groups were, however,
Abstract: In a 2x2x3 factorial study, the effect of milling technique (hammer vs. roller) with differing particle sizes (fine or coarse) of maize from three sources (Downs, Emerald or Moree) on growth performance, ileal digestibility and intestinal microbial profiles of broiler chickens (from 1-21 days post-hatch) was investigated. A total of 420 day-old male Cobb chicks were randomly allocated to 12 treatments of 5 replicates (seven birds per replicate) in brooder cages set up in an environmentally controlled room. The maize grain was finely ground using a hammer mill or roller mill with a 2 mm screen or coarsely ground through a 4 mm screen. Feed intake up to 7 days of age was higher (p,0.003) on the diet containing finely roller-milled grain than on the coarsely milled grain but no effect found on d21. Live weight was affected by the source of maize (p,0.04). The FCR to d21 was improved (p,0.042) on the Moree maize that was finely roller milled. The relative weight of proventriculus plus ...
The Plants Database includes the following 1 variety of Zea mays ssp. parviglumis . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for variety profiles ...
The history of maize breeding methods in the USA is reviewed to examine the question of types of maize cultivars in sustainable agriculture. The yield potential of OP cultivars was much higher than national average yields prior to 1930, but hybrid cultivars today often out-yield OP cultivars by 50-100% or more. However, rates of gain for yield using recurrent selection on populations appear equal to that recorded for commercial hybrid breeding. The inbred-hybrid method, while successful, was not
INTRODUCTION. Cereal grains contribute to over 60% of the total world food production. In spite of being among the most important species cultivated in the world and serving as a source of dietary calories and protein, maize grains are poor in both oil content (OQuinn et al., 2000; Romanelli & Milan, 2005) and quality protein (Varisi et al., 2007), since their predominant grain storage proteins, the zeins, are deficient in lysine and tryptophan (Azevedo et al., 1997; Ferreira et al., 2006; Landry & Delhaye, 2007) The study of nitrogen (N) metabolism has been a major factor to help understanding amino acids metabolism (Medici et al., 2004, 2005; Lea & Azevedo, 2006, 2007; Samborski et al., 2008). Different strategies have been used to improve these traits by either independent or concomitant approaches. Maize has been improved for high oil content alone (Adams & Jensen, 1987; Thomison et al., 2003), or both high oil and high lysine contents (OQuinn et al., 2000), using traditional plant ...
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Author Summary Natural allelic variability is crucial for genetic improvement. While the genetic mechanisms leading to such variation have been studied in depth, relatively less is known about the role of epigenetic mechanisms in generation of allelic diversity. Paramutation is a phenomenon in which one allele can silence another allele in trans and, once established, such epigenetic silencing is heritable. To further understand the molecular components of paramutation, we characterized two epialleles of the pericarp color1 (p1) gene of maize, which originated from a common progenitor; however, only one of these alleles is paramutagenic. Results show that, while both alleles have high levels of symmetric (CG and CHG) methylation in a distal enhancer element, only the paramutagenic allele has higher levels of asymmetric (CHH) methylation. Since CHH methylation is imposed and maintained through RNA-mediated mechanisms, these results indicate that paramutation at the p1 locus involves RNA-mediated
Native to various parts of Central America, the corn plant (Zea mays) has been grown and bred by humans for centuries, confounding botanists as to their precise native region or genetic identities. Overall, there are four species of wild corn. Corn grows quickly as an annual, completing its entire life cycle in one ...
TERRA, Tatiana de Freitas et al. Genetic variability in maize and teosinte populations estimated by microsatellites markers. Cienc. Rural [online]. 2011, vol.41, n.2, pp.205-211. Epub Feb 11, 2011. ISSN 0103-8478. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0103-84782011005000005.. Wild species are important sources of genetic variability and may be exploited by breeding programs. Crosses between teosinte and maize occur freely and teosinte serves as genetic source of agronomic traits for introduction in maize. The objective of this study was to estimate genetic variability among and within maize and teosinte populations (Zea mays mexicana). Two sweet maize populations (BR400 and BR402), two common maize populations (Suwan and Pampa) and one teosinte population were analyzed using microsatellites markers. Results indicated that 64,5% of the variation was detected within the populations, suggesting the possibility of obtaining genetic progress by selection within each population. The analysis with 25 ...
Paper: Linear and nonlinear-segmented models describing response of maize grain yield to nitrogen fertilization. The 11th Agronomy Conf., Assiut Univ., 15-16 November, Egypt , Author:Tageldin, M.H., and N.K.B. El-Gizawy , Year:2005 , Faculty of Agriculture ,Department of Agronomy ,Benha University
A novel maize variety designated PH25M1 and seed, plants and plant parts thereof. Methods for producing a maize plant that comprise crossing maize variety PH25M1 with another maize plant. Methods for
FOND DU LAC - With tar spot apparently having established itself as a permanent late season disease threat to corn in Wisconsin, Extension Service plant pathologist Damon Smith wants to update his data for where it has appeared in the state.. Speaking at the 2019 pest management update meetings, Smith asked growers and crop consultants from the counties bordering Lake Michigan to share samples of corn plant residue for testing if there was any suspicion of the disease in the field. This would augment the documented outbreaks of various severity in multiple counties in the southern half of the state in the past few years, he noted.. During 2019, tar spot was also found in all but the far western counties in Iowa, far southern Minnesota, the northern half of Illinois, much of Indiana, southern Michigan, and one county in Ohio. The disease thrives on wet corn foliage, as was illustrated in the photo of an irrigated Michigan field even though the field was treated with a fungicide as the corn was ...
for te1 in maize are 57 and 44% of these values for ssp. parviglumis. In addition, there are only three maize haplotypes among 12 maize individuals compared to five haplotypes among 5 ssp. parviglumis individuals, suggesting that haplotypic diversity is reduced more severely than nucleotide diversity. Simulations of the bottleneck process have shown that the reduction in maize genetic diversity can be explained by a short bottleneck involving only a few individuals (Eyre-Walkeret al. 1998). The low number of te1 haplotypes in maize may therefore be due to a narrow bottleneck from which only a few haplotypes emerged.. Time of historical events: Since te1 appears to be evolving in a neutral manner, te1 sequences should be useful in estimating the time of historical events. To do this requires that the rate of sequence evolution at synonymous sites be known. Gaut and colleagues (Gautet al. 1996; Eyre-Walkeret al. 1998; Hilton and Gaut 1998) have used a rate of 6.5 × 10−9 substitutions per ...
Cool nights and some rainy days appear to be holding corn pests at moderate levels for this time of year, as the sweet corn season winds down. However, we may still have the remnants of tropical storms to deal with over the next couple of weeks which could cause an increase in corn earworm and/or fall armyworm populations. Next week will be the last scheduled issue of the Sweet Corn IPM Newsletter for the 2017 season.. European corn borer: No moth captures this week, suggesting the threat of corn borer may be over for this season. Larval feeding injury on younger corn was also very low, and did not exceed threshold at any location.. Corn earworm: Overall, moth counts remain fairly low this week, but high enough to keep some sites on a tight spray schedule for any fresh silking corn remaining. A 5-day spray schedule was recommended in Auburn, New Gloucester, North Berwick, and Wells. A 4-day spray interval was recommended in Biddeford, Cape Elizabeth, one Dayton location, Lewiston, Monmouth and ...
View Notes - Homework Due 100410 from BIOL 202 at UNC. I HAVE USED THIS ASSIGNMENT! IF YOU USE IT YOU WILL BE CAUGHT! 1. Two pure breeding corn plants at 3 loci are crossed, one homozygous WT, the
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Vitti, A., J.; Bergamin-Filho, A.; Amorim, L.; Fegies, N., C., 1995: Comparative epidemiology of common maize rust and northern corn maize rust and northern corn leaf blight: II. Epidemic development under natural infection
When beef cattle (Bos taurus) are fed grain of maize (Zea mays L.) in which the concentration of phosphorus (P) exceeds the animals need for this element, the excess P is excreted in the feces. Spreading this manure on cropland increases the potential for P pollution of surface waters by run-off. Experiments were undertaken to determine the relative magnitudes of genotypic and nongenotypic variances of P concentration in maize grain (P-Gr) to assess the ability to select maize genotypes in which this trait more closely matches the dietary need of beef cattle. Genetic variability was found in a population developed from a cross of Illinois High Protein (IHP) x Illinois Low Protein (ILP). Because of few low P-Gr segregates, the IHPxILP population was not considered a good breeding source for this trait. Nongenetic sources of variance were significant but small compared with genotypic variances. Broad-sense heritability (H) for P-Gr among S1 family means in the IHP x ILP population was estimated at 0.82.
Development of micronutrient enriched staple foods is an important breeding goal in view of the extensive problem of hidden hunger caused by micronutrient malnutrition. In the present study, kernel iron (Fe) and zinc (Zn) concentrations were evaluated in a set of 31 diverse maize inbred lines in three trials at two locations - Delhi (Kharif 2007 and 2008) and Hyderabad (Rabi 2007-08). The ranges of kernel Fe and Zn concentrations were 13.95-39.31 mg/kg and 21.85-40.91 mg/kg, respectively, across the three environments. Pooled analysis revealed significant genotype × environment (G × E) interaction in the expression of both the micronutrient traits, although kernel Fe was found to be more sensitive to G × E as compared to kernel Zn. Seven inbred lines, viz., BAJIM-06-03, DQPM-6, CM212, BAJIM-06-12, DQPM-7, DQPM-2 and CM129, were found to be the most stable and promising inbred lines for kernel Zn concentration, while for kernel Fe concentration, no promising and stable genotypes could be ...
The effects of anoxia on water and solute transport across excised roots of young maize plants (Zea mays L. cv. Tanker) grown hydroponically have been stud
Root architecture is an important regulator of nitrogen (N) acquisition. Existing methods to phenotype the root architecture of cereal crops are generally limited to seedlings or to the outer roots of mature root crowns. The functional integration of root phenes is poorly understood. In this study, intensive phenotyping of mature root crowns of maize was conducted to discover phenes and phene modules related to N acquisition. Twelve maize genotypes were grown under replete and deficient N regimes in the field in South Africa and eight in the USA. An image was captured for every whorl of nodal roots in each crown. Custom software was used to measure root phenes including nodal occupancy, angle, diameter, distance to branching, lateral branching, and lateral length. Variation existed for all root phenes within maize root crowns. Size-related phenes such as diameter and number were substantially influenced by nodal position, while angle, lateral density, and distance to branching were not. Greater ...
The best sweet corn comes directly from your garden to the dinner table. A highly perishable vegetable, sweet corn (Zea mays) is at its height of flavor when freshest. Producing a crop of this delectable vegetable requires planting in warm soil conditions, attention to watering and fertilizing needs, and as with all ...
corn (Zea mays) is the only grain that is eaten fresh as a vegetable. There are several types of corn (Zea mays). Field corn is not eaten fresh.
Fractionation is an additional step in the traditional ethanol dry-grind production process that is conducted to increase plant efficiency, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and produce co-products of higher value (e.g.enhanced distillers dried grains).. Dry fractionation involves removal of the germ, fiber, and endosperm from the corn kernel (Murthy, et al., 2006). Essentially, the corn kernel is separated into component parts. The germ portion of the corn kernel is high in corn oil, which is a potential feedstock for biodiesel. Removal of this oil and fiber in the kernel leaves a higher percentage of starch for ethanol production. This reduces the volume of material entering the plant which increases throughput and overall efficiency.. With less material entering the plant and a higher proportion of the kernel (starch) being converted to biofuel, fractionation reduces the volume of distillers dried grains (DDGS) produced. The lower quantity of DDGS produced do contain higher protein levels ...
Modern genetics have improved maize hybrids to better tolerate stress, use nutrients more efficiently and potentially yield higher. Management practices, such as narrow row technology and high plant population density (PPD) may further improve yields in modern maize under irrigated, non-limiting conditions. High PPD (74, 99, 124, 148 K seeds ha-1) were tested in narrow rows with up to four nitrogen (N) rates in three locations over two years in Kentucky with a modern maize hybrid in irrigated, non-limiting conditions. Results indicate that optimal seeding rates were 99,000 to 124,000 seeds ha-1, providing maximum yield and highest partial return, likely due to increasing seed number ha-1 and greater canopy closure, although seed size declined and pollination was more asynchronous as PPD increased. Excess N did not overcome silking delay or the decline in kernel mass associated with higher PPD, indicating 252 kg N ha-1 was adequate for high yields at any population, although data indicates better
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Thirteen different inbred lines in relation to the type of grain and life cycles were characterized by testing for osmotic stress associated with salinity. The identification of tolerant genotypes would be an effective strategy to overcome the saline stress. Osmotic stress reduces immediately the expansion of the roots and young leaves which determine a reduction in the size of the plant. A completely randomized design was adopted to test seedlings under controlled conditions of light and temperature. Two treatments were used: 0 mM NaCl (as control) and 100 mM NaCl. After 15 days of complete salinization, the seedlings were harvested and several morphological traits were measured. The morphological traits of growth were leaf growth (Ar1, Ar2, Ar3 and Ar4), dry masses of shoot and root (SDM and RDM, respectively). Also, traits associated with water economy were registered: leaf water loss (LWL) and relative water content (RWC). The morphological traits were expressed in relative terms, while the traits
Understanding the genetic variability, heritability and genetic advance of traits in any plant population is an important pre-requisite for selection program. This study was designed to assess the magnitude of genetic variability, heritability and genetic advance of traits in top-cross and three-way cross maize (Zea mays L) hybrids evaluated at three locations in South-Western Nigeria. The trial consisted of ten genotypes each of top-cross and three-way cross hybrids arranged in randomized complete block design with three replications. Data on grain yield and other desirable traits across the three locations were used to estimate the genetic variability parameters, heritability and genetic advance (GA). Highly significant (P ≤ 0.01) differences were detected within each hybrid class for all the traits. Traits evaluated in this study exhibited different levels of variability, heritability and genetic advance between the two hybrid classes. Low to moderate phenotypic coefficient of variation ...
According to the invention, there is provided seed and plants of the hybrid corn variety designated CH493326. The invention thus relates to the plants, seeds and tissue cultures of the variety CH493326, and to methods for producing a corn plant produced by crossing a corn plant of variety CH493326 with itself or with another corn plant, such as a plant of another variety. The invention further relates to genetic complements of plants of variety CH493326.
The integrated multi-omics analysis provides insights into variation at different gene expression levels during the adaption of modern maize from tropical to temperate regions. Population-specific proteome variation mirrors genetic variation better than mRNA levels, and a class of cis-QTLs were identified that regulate protein abundance with little or no effect on mRNA levels. Thus, the discordance between protein and mRNA levels indicates far greater evolutionary stability of proteome during modern maize breeding. ...
This Decision Document has been prepared to explain the regulatory decision reached under Directive 94-08 (Dir94-08), entitled Assessment Criteria for Determining Environmental Safety of Plants with Novel Traits, its companion biology document Dir94-11, The Biology of Zea mays L. (Corn/Maize), and Directive 95-03 (Dir95-03), entitled Guidelines for the Assessment of Novel Feeds: Plant Sources.
Little is known regarding the trafficking mechanisms of small molecules within plant cells. It remains to be established whether phytochemicals are transported by pathways similar to those used by proteins, or whether the expansion of metabolic pathways in plants was associated with the evolution of novel trafficking pathways. In this paper, we exploited the induction of green and yellow auto-fluorescent compounds in maize cultured cells by the P1 transcription factor to investigate their targeting to the cell wall and vacuole, respectively. We investigated the accumulation and sub-cellular localization of the green and yellow auto-fluorescent compounds in maize BMS cells expressing the P1 transcription factor from an estradiol inducible promoter. We established that the yellow fluorescent compounds accumulate inside the vacuole in YFBs that resemble AVIs. The green fluorescent compounds accumulate initially in the cytoplasm in large spherical GFBs. Cells accumulating GFBs also contain electron-dense
Across the Midwestern corn belt, a familiar battle has resumed, hidden in the soil.. On one side are tiny, white larvae of the corn rootworm. On the other side are farmers and the insect-killing arsenal of modern agriculture.. Weve reported on earlier phases of this battle: The discovery of rootworms resistant to one type of genetically engineered corn, and an appeal from scientists for the government to limit the use of this new corn to preserve the effectiveness of its protection against rootworm.. It appears that farmers have gotten part of the message: Biotechnology alone will not solve their rootworm problems. But instead of shifting away from those corn hybrids, or from corn altogether, many are doubling down on insect-fighting technology, deploying more chemical pesticides than before. Companies like Syngenta or AMVAC Chemical that sell soil insecticides for use in corn fields are reporting huge increases in sales: 50 or even 100 percent over the past two years.. This is a return to the ...
Muhammad Sharif, . (1987) Genetics of Dry Matter Accumulation in Maize (Zea Mays L.). Doctoral thesis, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. ...
Healthy Recipe: Sweet Corn Salad- At my house, that means fresh sweet corn and lots of it. We eat the classic version of corn on the cob often-drop whole
Over the years we have consulted with independent and college-based printmaking studios across the United States and helped them convert their studios and practices. Dozens of artists and printmaking faculty members have taken short workshops to learn specific techniques and introduced these methods to their students and fellow artists.. What a few of them have said:. "Informed by Liz Chalfins delight in the art of printmaking, her demand for high quality instruction, her research into new techniques, and her dedication to safe practices, Zea Mays is an extraordinary resource for artists and teachers. Workshops are serious, friendly, informative, and useful to printmakers at all levels of experience. The new studio is amazing. Faculty, students, artist members, and interns at Zea Mays evidence a rare generosity of spirit, taking real pleasure in shared knowledge. Liz has worked successfully with master printers, scientists, and printmaking communities across the country and abroad. She and her ...
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Maize is an important crop species that has been subjected to intensive breeding programs. Understanding the genetic diversity in maize is thus vital for crop improvement and breeding studies. We performed four different multi-allele detecting marker systems amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP), sequence-specific amplified polymorphism (SSAP), methylation-sensitive amplified polymorphism (MSAP), and transposon display methylation amplified polymorphism (TD-MSAP) to analyze genetic and epigenetic variation and diversity among dent, waxy, and sweet corn. The (epi) genetic diversity, (epi) genetic distance, gene flow, genetic frequency, cluster analysis, PCoA, and AMOVA analysis were calculated. Cultivar differentiation is well-established in maize, and the results suggest that not only genetic but also epigenetic variation is responsible for the differences obtained in maize cultivars. Estimates of genetic relationship were significantly correlated between the AFLP, SSAP, and MSAP datasets. The
Photosynthetic performance of young maize (Zea mays L.) plants exposed to chilling stress can be improved by the application of protein hydrolysates
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Fulltext - Effect of Phosphate Solubilizing Microorganisms on Quantitative and Qualitative Characteristics of Maize (Zea mays L.) Under Water Deficit Stress
A sensibilidade ao estresse salino foi avaliada em plântulas de milho (Zea mays L.) das cultivares AGN 3150, BR 106, BR 201, BR 206 e SHS 4040, cultivadas em solução nutritiva de Hoagland. Os tratamentos com 50 e 100 mM de NaCl reduziram a produção de biomassa e aumentaram o extravasamento relativo de eletrólitos nas raízes e nas partes aéreas de todas as cultivares estudadas. Porém, os maiores valores de redução no crescimento e de extravasamento de eletrólitos foram apresentados pela cultivar BR 106 e os menores valores observados na cultivar AGN 3150. Portanto, entre as cultivares avaliadas, estas duas foram consideradas, respectivamente, como a mais sensível e a mais tolerante ao estresse salino. Verificou-se, então, o efeito do tratamento com 100 mM de NaCl sobre alguns componentes do metabolismo antioxidativo e sobre a respiração mitocondrial nas raízes de plântulas dessas duas cultivares. A cultivar tolerante apresentou aumento nas atividades das enzimas dismutase do ...
به منظور بررسی تاثیر ترکیب کود اوره با اسید هیومیک استخراج شده از ورمی‌کمپوست و کمپوست بستر قارچ بر غلظت عناصر غذایی و برخی شاخص‌های رشد گیاه ذرت (Zea mays L.) رقم سینگل کراس704، آزمایش گلخانه‌ای در قالب طرح کاملا تصادفی با سه تکرار انجام شد. به این منظور پنج تیمار شامل اوره (U)، اوره مخلوط شده با اسید هیومیک خالص ورمی‌کمپوست به فرم پودری (U+Vp)، اوره مخلوط شده با اسید هیومیک خالص کمپوست بستر قارچ به فرم پودری (U+Mp)، اوره مخلوط شده با اسید هیومیک ناخالص ورمی‌کمپوست به فرم پودری (U+Vi) و اوره مخلوط شده با اسید هیومیک ناخالص کمپوست بستر قارچ به فرم پودری (U+Mi) تهیه شد. نتایج
How to Plant Sweet Corn? Corn is a warm season annual that enjoys full sun and fertile, well-drained soils. Learn more about cultivation, harvest, diseases and insects control of sweet corn here in this article...
Maize plants that are not transported to genetic engineering facilities have to be destroyed by destroying the germination capacity of corn kernels, inactivating plant material of the genetically modified maize and shelter crops through appropriate land management (chaffing of plant material and subsequent covering with soil) or by disposal in biogas plants (efficient inactivation needs to be assured) or by composting of all non-fertile plant material (leaves, petioles, cobs, bracts, silage maize) on the release site; this is also permitted for corn kernels that were inactivated through mechanical procedures ...
Zea mays OCL1 protein: an HDGL2 family homeobox gene, is expressed in the outer cell layer throughout maize development; amino acid sequence in first source; GenBank U85254
Maize was first domesticated in the highlands of Mexico about 10,000 years ago and is now one of the most important crop plants in the world. It is a member of the grass family, which also hosts the worlds other major ...
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An inbred maize line, designated PH09B, the plants and seeds of inbred maize line PH09B, methods for producing a maize plant produced by crossing the inbred line PH09B with itself or with another maiz
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LOPEZ ROMERO, Gustavo et al. Isozymatic profile of maizes native to the Tehuantepec isthmus, Oaxaca, México. I. Characterization of groups. Rev. fitotec. mex [online]. 2010, vol.33, n.1, pp.1-10. ISSN 0187-7380.. Maize (Zea mays L. ssp. mays) is the most important and diverse of the cultivated species in México. Genetic diversity of the primary Mexican races of maize has been studied on the basis of agronomic, morphological and molecular markers such as isozymes data; however, the studies involving isozymes have only considered a low number of representative populations for each race; therefore, more in-depth studies are necessary for revealing the extent of genetic variation within races. The objective of this research was to evaluate the isozymatic polymorphism of maize populations from the Tehuantepec Isthmus, at Oaxaca, México, which is the area of natural distribution of the Zapalote Chico race. Forty native populationns and 10 populations representative of other maize races, were ...
Kernel maps of all maize ears. If no multi-counts occurred, the kernels are shown in black. In case of multi-counts, the kernels are shown in grey, and the multi-counted kernels in black.
High-moisture corn is a popular yet challenging crop to ensile because corn kernels are low in sugar, which lactic acid bacteria prefer.
Greenpeace yesterday called on Mexico to adopt emergency measures to combat the first serious outbreak of genetic pollution in the centre of diversity of maize, located in several communities in the state of Oaxaca. Testing of maize varieties from 22 communities in the area have revealed genetic contamination in 15 of them: 13 samples showed up to 10% levels of contamination, in two others the contamination level is known to be even higher, but no details have been published yet. The contamination originates from genetically engineered (GE) maize grains imported from the United States to Mexico to be used for food.
Field studies were conducted during the summers of 2007 and 2008 at the Agricultural Research and Education Complex, Western Kentucky University, Warren County, KY and commercial production fields in Caldwell County, KY, Warrick County IN, and Vanderburgh County, IN. The goals of these studies were to further validate the Duncan grain yield model, the Russell aboveground biomass model, and to study the effect of inconsistent spacing within rows on Zea mays L. yield. Plant spacing other than uniform decreases grain yield and profitability. The population experiments conducted at the Warren County location were a randomized complete block design with three planting densities, three varieties (c.v. DeKalb DKC6547, DeKalb DKC6346, DeKalb DKC6478) in 2007 and (DeKalb DKC6478, DeKalb DKC6342, and DeKalb DKC6544) in 2008, and three replications. Seeds were planted in rows 76 cm apart and 9.1 m long with four rows per plot in a no-till system on a Crider Silt Loam with pH of 6.8 and 1.5% organic matter. The
Quality control (QC) genotyping is an important component in breeding, but to our knowledge there are not well established protocols for its implementation in practical breeding programs. The objectiv
Being able to grow and harvest fresh sweet corn (Zea mays) at home ranks as one of the top reasons why people take up backyard gardening. Humans first started growing corn more than 4,000 years ago, ...
Across the corn belt, farmers are pulling out all the stops in their war on the corn rootworm. Theyre returning to chemical pesticides, because the weapons of biotechnology - inserted genes that are supposed to kill the rootworm - arent working so well anymore.
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A lazy summer day in an Illinois cornfield is the setting of an unbelievable altercation involving chemical warfare, field-wide alarm calls, and some of the most graphic violence seen on any battlefield. The battle rages. And yet, there are no sounds in this cornfield, save for the rustling of leaves and the occasional bird call. One of the many warriors is a caterpillar that has a voracious appetite for corn leaves. As it munches on the leaves the corn plant responds by releasing a range of organic compounds called volatiles. Such compounds have a number of functions including warning other plants that in turn activate their own defense genes. Volatiles also attract parasitoid wasps. These predatory insects follow the biochemical signal right down the individual plant under attack. Once there, she finds the caterpillar and injects eggs under its skin. In due time the larvae develop and consume the host from the inside out. But what if the corn leaf is just physically damaged due to wind or ...
MaizeGDB is the maize research communitys central repository for genetic and genomic information about the crop plant and research model Zea mays ssp. mays. The MaizeGDB team endeavors to meet research needs as they evolve based on researcher feedback and guidance. Recent work has focused on better integrating existing data with sequence information as it becomes available for the B73, Mo17 and Palomero Toluqueño genomes. Major endeavors along these lines include the implementation of a genome browser to graphically represent genome sequences; implementation of POPcorn, a portal ancillary to MaizeGDB that offers access to independent maize projects and will allow BLAST similarity searches of participating projects data sets from a single point; and a joint MaizeGDB/PlantGDB project to involve the maize community in genome annotation. In addition to summarizing recent achievements and future plans, this article also discusses specific examples of community involvement in setting priorities and design
Across the Midwestern corn belt, a familiar battle has resumed, hidden in the soil. On one side are tiny, white larvae of the corn rootworm. On the other
The teosinte branched1 (tb1) gene is a major QTL controlling branching differences between maize and its wild progenitor, teosinte. The insertion of a transposable element (Hopscotch) upstream of tb1 is known to enhance the genes expression, causing reduced tillering in maize. Observations of the maize tb1 allele in teosinte and estimates of an insertion age of the Hopscotch that predates domestication led us to investigate its prevalence and potential role in teosinte. We assessed the prevalence of the Hopscotch element across an Americas-wide sample of 837 maize and teosinte individuals using a co-dominant PCR assay. Additionally, we calculated population genetic summaries using sequence data from a subset of individuals from four teosinte populations and collected phenotypic data using seed from a single teosinte population where Hopscotch was found segregating at high frequency. Genotyping results indicate the Hopscotch element is found in a number of teosinte populations and linkage disequilibrium
The Maize Genetics and Genomics Database focuses on collecting data related to the crop plant and model organism Zea mays. The projects goals are to synthesize, display, and provide access to maize genomics and genetics data, prioritizing mutant and phenotype data and tools, structural and genetic map sets, and gene models. MaizeGDB also aims to make the Maize Newsletter available, and provide support services to the community of maize researchers. MaizeGDB is working with the Schnable lab, the Panzea project, The Genome Reference Consortium, and iPlant Collaborative to create a plan for archiving, dessiminating, visualizing, and analyzing diversity data. MMaizeGDB is short for Maize Genetics/Genomics Database. It is a USDA/ARS funded project to integrate the data found in MaizeDB and ZmDB into a single schema, develop an effective interface to access this data, and develop additional tools to make data analysis easier. Our goal in the long term is a true next-generation online maize ...
The Maize Genetics and Genomics Database focuses on collecting data related to the crop plant and model organism Zea mays. The projects goals are to synthesize, display, and provide access to maize genomics and genetics data, prioritizing mutant and phenotype data and tools, structural and genetic map sets, and gene models. MaizeGDB also aims to make the Maize Newsletter available, and provide support services to the community of maize researchers. MaizeGDB is working with the Schnable lab, the Panzea project, The Genome Reference Consortium, and iPlant Collaborative to create a plan for archiving, dessiminating, visualizing, and analyzing diversity data. MMaizeGDB is short for Maize Genetics/Genomics Database. It is a USDA/ARS funded project to integrate the data found in MaizeDB and ZmDB into a single schema, develop an effective interface to access this data, and develop additional tools to make data analysis easier. Our goal in the long term is a true next-generation online maize ...
Introduction: Maize is the most important cereal crop in sub-Saharan Africa, and can be grown by farmers in many different environments without irrigation. In addition to being an important source of food for humans, it is the most effective of all the cereal grains as a source of animal fodder. Both the grain and other parts of the plant can be fed to animals. Maize was first domesticated 10,000 years ago in modern-day Mexico. Today, farmers produce more maize around the world than any other grain, and demand for maize in the developing world is expected to double by 2050.. Key facts:. ...
If you love eating corn in all its forms, you will be happy to know that aside from its great taste, corn also has a lot of health benefits due to its nutritional content.. Carbohydrates. Corn contains varying amounts of water, depending on the type, but it is also mainly composed of carbohydrates like all cereal grains. It also has small amounts of protein and fat.. The main type of carbs that can be found in corn is starch, making up 28 to 80% of its dry weight. It also contains a small amount of sugar, which is about 1 to 3%, except for sweet corn which has a higher content. Sweet corn has a lower starch with only about 28%, but a higher sugar content at 18% with most of which are sucrose.. Even though sweet corn has a higher sugar content, it is not a high-glycemic food which means that it will not cause an unhealthy spike in blood sugar. In fact, it only ranks low or medium on the glycemic index.. Fiber. Corn also has a fair amount of fiber containing 42% of the adequate daily intake for ...
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Maize yield is low due to inadequate use of fertilizers and management practices in Pakistan. A field trial was carried out on potassium application and detassleing at Agronomy Research Farm, The University of Agriculture Peshawar, in 2015. The objectives were to find out the effect of six potassium levels (0, 25, 50, 75, 100 and 125 kg ha-1) and three detasseling stages (Tassel not removed, Detasseling at complete pollen shedding stage and Detasseling at complete post dried silking stage) on maize yielding attributes. The research was designed through randomized complete block design RCBD with split plot arrangements replicated four times. Detasseling at complete pollen shedding stage produced significantly higher 1000 grains weight (242 g), grain yield (3850 kg ha-1) and biological yield (10672 kg ha-1). Potassium fertilization at the rate of 75 kg ha-1 produce higher number of ears m-2 (6.60), number of grains ear-1 (325), 1000 grains weight (250 g), grain yield (4101 kg ha-1) and biological ...
Beissinger, T., C. Hirsch, B. Vaillancourt, S. Deshpande, K. Barry, C.R. Buell, S. Kaeppler, D. Gianola, N. de Leon. 2014.A Genome-Wide Scan for Evidence of Selection in a Maize Population Under Long-Term Artificial Selection for Ear Number.Genetics. 196(3):829-840. Burton, A., J. Johnson, J. Foerster, C. Hirsch, C.R. Buell, M. Hanlon, S. Kaeppler, K. Brown, J. Lynch. 2014. QTL mapping and phenotypic variation for root architectural traits in maize (Zea mays L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 127:2293-2311.. Childs, K., A. Nandety, C. Hirsch, E. Gongora-Castillo, J. Schmutz, S. Kaeppler, M. Casler, C.R. Buell. 2014. Generation of Transcript Assemblies and Identification of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms from Seven Lowland and Upland Cultivars of Switchgrass. The Plant Genome. 7:-.. Douches, D., C. Hirsch, N.Manrique-Carpintero, A. Massa, J. Coombs, M. Hardigan, D. Bisognin, W. De Jong, C.R. Buell. 2014. The Contributions of the Solanaceae Coordinated Agricultural Project to Potato Breeding. ...
Overall thoughts: I havent tested the lipglosses so I cant give a review for those. I do already have the Pomegranate Lip butter which I love for a soft cherry pink tint. It tastes really good too!. The 18S Grey Brown is a pretty medium-pigmented shimmery cool silver taupe. Its not as pigmented as MAC Satin Taupe or Bobbi Brown Brown Stone Metallic, but not as sheer as MAC Clue. Its good for $7 if you can still find it, but I think I prefer my Chanel Safari or Nars Ashes to Ashes for a light taupe shimmer.. The Zea Mays blushes are interesting in that they have shimmer in the pot which doesnt really show up on the skin. Natural is a good nude with a hint of peach/bronze to it. What I like about this is that it doesnt look muddy and its not too orange. The finish is very natural and has decent lasting power. Its most similar to MAC Warm Soul, but not as frosty or shimmery and more natural looking. I didnt compare it to Nars Silvana, but Korres Natural is a more wearable less ...
A viable maize seed industry is a key element in the extension of improved maize varieties to Third World farmers. In this report, the worldwide use and price of maize seed is analyzed by seed type. A discussion of issues ...
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Dr. Catangui has done research on the spread of western bean cutworm. This pest used to be no big deal. But since the introduction and widespread planting of Monsantos genetically engineered Bt corn, western bean cutworm has been cropping up in higher numbers and in new places. Bt corn also appears to be an inviting home for corn leaf aphids. The western bean cutworms and corn leaf aphids appear to be benefiting from pest replacement: the toxins in Bt corn wipe out targeted competitor species, allowing previously minor pests to pig out and flourish. Monsanto and other corporations then trap farmers on a treadmill of new pesticides and seeds engineered to tackle the new pests... and all the while we dine on a revolving smorgasbord of tasty toxins ...