F1 hybrid varieties ensure high
uniformity of the product, give high yields due to heterosis, allow the rapid
combination of different traits, and provide a natural protection of breeders’
right. 急な出費があった時に限ってまた大事な用事が入ってきたりしますよね。そんな時って皆さんどうしていますか？お金がないからといって諦めてしまうか、親に借りるかなんかが普通かもしれません。でも今すぐお金を借りたいという時に都合よく誰かがお金を貸してくれる可能性は高くはありません。そんな時はカードローンを利用してみましょうね！The production of hybrid varieties requires homozygous inbred parental
lines and reversible male sterility. The complete homozygosity of parental lines
ensures uniformity of the F1 hybrid crops, while male sterility facilitate the
large-scale hybrid seed production without emasculation. The aim of the
HybTech research is to use molecular approach to bring the reversible male
sterility and doubled haploid technology to practice in a wide range
This research is coordinated by Dr.
Chun-Ming Liu at the Plant Research
This project is carried out with the
financial support from the Commission of the European Communities (contract
N° QLK5-CT-2000-00902), Directorate-General Research - Quality of Life and
Management of Living Resources Programme
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|Paper alert: Francois Guerineau, Anna-Marie Sorensen, Nick Fenby, Rod. J. Scott (2003) Temperature sensitive diphtheria toxin confers conditional male-sterility in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Biotechnology Journal 1:33-42.
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|For those who would like to attend the workshop on "EMBRYOGENESIS
AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATION IN PLANTS", please register now! There
are also chances for students to attend the meeting with lower costs.
For details, visit Italian
Biotechnology Foundation site.|
|Newly released (Nov. 8, 2002) EU calls (draft) in Key
Action 5: Food Quality and Safety and Key
Action 6: Global Changes and Ecosystem|
|As decided in the Vienna, a workshop on "EMBRYOGENESIS
AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATION IN PLANTS" will be organized during the
second year meeting in Turino (Italy). Date: 6-7 March 2003; Location: Villa
Gualino, Torino (Italy). The Italian
Biotechnology Foundation has provided a strong support to this
initiative. A group of speaker have been selected. For detailed
information about the workshop, please click... |
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|P1 sent today 1 construct to P6 and 2 constructs to P2 and
|The first-year progress report has been sent to
Brussels. One hard copy of the report has also been sent to all
|The first version of the HybTech Website was sent to all
partners for evaluation (mainly the "public domain"). Any
comments should be back on June 28, 2002.|
|We applied the domain name of www.hybtech.org.
As soon as the information is agreed by partners, we will make it available.|
|For the dissemination of the HybTech research, a workshop
under the title of "Embryogenesis and developmental regulation in
plants" will be organized in Turin, Italy, together with the Italian
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