Tag: Barley

Investigation and Analysis Report on my country’s Barley Market and Industry
By: Date: 2021-03-12 Categories: industrynews Tags: ,

In recent years, my country’s barley planting area and yield have declined significantly, with a wide distribution of cultivation areas, a high degree of industrial concentration, and a large variety of varieties. Small-scale planting by farmers is the main focus. Production costs have continued to rise, and planting income has been continuously losing money. Consumption is dominated by beer and feed, consumption continues to fluctuate, and beer consumption steadily declines. The circulation radius is small and the circulation mode is diverse; the price first drops and then rises. Import volume has increased substantially and continues to be at a high level; export volume has always been low, showing a clear net import.

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Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, for the first time identified two natural variants of starch synthase IIa in barley
By: Date: 2021-02-05 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

The Crop Molecular Breeding project team of Chengdu Institute of Biology separated highland barley starch granule binding proteins by electrophoresis and found two natural variants of SSIIa, which were identified by mass spectrometry analysis and western blotting, namely SSIIaL and SSIIaH.

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Two natural variants of starch synthase IIa were identified in barley by Chengdu Biological Research Institute
By: Date: 2021-02-03 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

The Crop Molecular Breeding Project Group of Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences separated highland barley starch granule binding proteins by electrophoresis and found two natural variants of SSIIa, which were identified by mass spectrometry analysis and western blotting, namely SSIIaL and SSIIaH.

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The research results of barley pan-genome construction participated by the Institute of Agricultural Sciences of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences are published in Nature
By: Date: 2020-11-27 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

Discovery and Innovative Utilization of Excellent Germplasm Resources of Wheat and Barley by the Institute of Crop Science, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Through participating in the international collaborative research on the construction of barley pan-genome, the innovative team has made milestone research progress in deciphering the barley pan-genome, and will develop barley barley species in the future The identification of qualitative resources, genetic research, germplasm innovation, and breeding of new varieties provide strong support. The relevant research results were published online in the journal Nature on November 26, Beijing time.

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Professor Song Weining’s team has made new progress in the field of adaptive evolution and speciation of barley
By: Date: 2020-11-26 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

Recently,”Advancedscience” magazine published an online research article entitled”Genomic and Phenotypic Divergence in Wild Barley Driven by Micro-geographic Adaptation” by Professor Song Weining’s team from the College of Agriculture. Bian Jianxin, a doctoral student from the College of Agriculture, and Cui Licao, a young teacher at Jiangxi Agricultural University, are the co-first authors of the paper. Associate Professor Nie Xiaojun and Professor Song Weining are the co-corresponding authors.

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Professor Zhang Guoping’s team from Zhejiang University College of Agriculture has made new progress in the research on the regulation mechanism of barley salt tolerance
By: Date: 2020-10-21 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

On June 18, 2020, Plant Physiology published an online research paper entitled”Calmodulin HvCaM1 negatively regulates salt tolerance via modulation of HvHKT1s and HvCAMTA4″ by Professor Zhang Guoping from the Institute of Crop Science of Zhejiang University, revealing the negative direction of barley calmodulin HvCaM1 The new mechanism of regulating salt tolerance is of great significance to the genetic improvement of crop salt tolerance.

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Notice of the General Administration of Customs on Strengthening the Quarantine of Imported Australian Barley and Wheat
By: Date: 2020-09-01 Categories: authoritativerelease Tags: ,

In order to protect my country’s agricultural production and ecological safety, in accordance with the”Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Risk Early Warning and Rapid Response Management Regulations”, a warning notice is now issued to strengthen the quarantine of imported Australian barley and wheat.

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