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A new, improved genetic marker that can be used by barley breeders to unequivocally identify potential Epiheterodendrin (EPH) non-producing barley varieties at the earliest stages of the breeding process has emerged from a project between International Barley Hub researchers at the James Hutton Institute and the Scotch Whisky Research Institute.
Congratulations to Peter Orrell, a member of the James Hutton Limited team, who completed his PhD at the start of this year. In a first for the James Hutton Institute, the runner up prize at the Converge Challenge awards went to Peter, for his innovative business, MycoNourish.
A Transcript and Metabolite Atlas of Blackcurrant Fruit Development Highlights Hormonal Regulation and Reveals the Role of Key Transcription Factors.