We have now identified a gene necessary for cross-pollination
in wheat which can be used in large-scale, low-cost production of parent breeding lines necessary for hybrid wheat seed production, the researchers stated.
001) were revealed, and in [degrees]Brix between manual cross-pollination
and the other treatments (p<0.
The conflict over cross-pollination
mirrors a long-standing conflict in the Willamette Valley between farmers who want to grow canola and established specialty seed and vegetable farmers.
05) fruit yield as a function of the cross-pollination
in relation to self-pollination contradicts Weiss (1983), who stated that sesame is a predominantly autogamous species, which could only and possibly present allogamy above 10%.
After confirming that the Washington alfalfa farmer's crop did, in fact, contain Monsanto's patented Roundup Ready alfalfa, the USDA announced that the contamination didn't warrant any government action because the cross-pollination
constitutes "a commercial issue.
Such a foraging behaviour results in cross-pollination
When collecting seed it is important to be aware of two types - those that naturally in-breed true to type, and out-breeders which are especially prone to cross-pollination
, with cultivars possibly growing in a neighbour's garden.
But self-or cross-pollination
with Rupestris du Lot resulted in the production of smaller seeds.
The plan to protect the variety is to irrigate plots in which the new varieties are planted in February so that the crop blossoms early and no cross-pollination
Research by a University of Exeter research team in Devon has recommended a new method for predicting the potential for cross-pollination
, taking account of wind speed and direction.
A gathering of successful entrepreneurs can generate a lot of electricity and cross-pollination
that can't be duplicated in a more diverse audience.
There's a lot of cross-pollination
between literacy and numeracy at the elementary level.