Plant pathogenic fungi in the Fusarium genus cause severe damage to crops, resulting in great financial losses and health hazards. Specialized metabolites synthesized by these fungi are known to play key roles in the infection process, and to provide survival advantages inside and outside the host. However, systematic studies of the evolution of specialized metabolite-coding potential across Fusarium have been scarce.
Plant breeding is not new at all. Since people started to cultivate their own crops, around 10 thousand years ago, they also started to select the seeds of the plants that fits their needs the best.
Let’s get back to the year 2003. Do you remember those days? We were all working on our desktops with Windows XP. When it comes down to communication, we were all busy with our newest flip phone and Bluetooth was a novelty.
How do you collect the information from your visitors during the upcoming Flower Trials? And what do you do with all this feedback after these four crowded days?
In 2018, Agri Information Partners celebrates its 15th anniversary. Let’s celebrate by casting our minds back to when we started and let’s draw insights for the future.
How do Product Managers in breeding companies get the most out their product portfolio? How do Product Managers gather information for the development of new genetics?