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Leaf photosynthesis and cold tolerance in Miscanthus genotypes

Poster with preliminary results of the project presented at the 16th International Congress on Photosynthesis Research. Please find below the title, abstract and a link to the congress web page. Leaf photosynthesis and cold tolerance in Miscanthus genotypes Plants using C4-photosynthesis are...

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Results from cold tolerance experiments in different Miscanthus genotypes to be presented at a conference in the USA

Results from cold tolerance experiments in different Miscanthus genotypes will be presented at the 16th International Congress of Photosynthesis Research in St. Louis, USA, in August 2013. Leaf growth was measured for a large number of genotypes in field experiments in 2012, and a selected part of...

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MSc Thesis Opportunity at Aarhus University

Biomass production on marginal soil types for energy: Tolerance of high productive perennial grass species to flooding Please see further details below. If interested, please contact the main supervisors for the project directly. Main supervisors Poul Erik Lærke, Department of...

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Bioenergy from "surplus" land: environmental and socio-economic implications

John Finnan was recently involved in the publication of a journal article highly relevant to the main theme of GrassMargins. The title is:Bioenergy from “surplus” land: environmental and socio-economic implicationsYou can have a look at the article at the following...

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Grass Collection in North-West Europe

Researchers from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland (Trevor Hodkinson, Mike Jones, Ruby Prickett) and the GrassMargins consortium are currently undertaking major plant collecting expeditions in northwest Europe for use in the breeding of new grass varieties. Grasses feed the world (grain and forage)...

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