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Dissecting genome-wide association signals for loss-of-function phenotypes in sorghum flavonoid pigmentation traits
(Genetics Society of America, 2013)
Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) are a powerful method to dissect the genetic basis of traits, though in practice the effects of complex genetic architecture and population structure remain poorly understood. To ...
Kiboko Crops Research Station: a brief and visitors' guide
The KARI-Kiboko sub-Station for Crops Research occupies part of the KARI-Kiboko Range Research Center land, but is a sub-Center of the KARI-Katumani Centre located in Machakos County. KARI-Katumani has the mandate to carry ...
Gender research in maize
Female farmers and marginalized groups have become the main actors for community-based seed production in Nepal (Hill Maize Research Project). Women’s role in smallholder agriculture and its relation to technology adoption ...
Metabolic and phenotypic responses of greenhouse-grown maize hybrids to experimentally controlled drought stress
Adaptation to abiotic stresses like drought is an important acquirement of agriculturally relevant crops like maize. Development of enhanced drought tolerance in crops grown in climatic zones where drought is a very dominant ...
Newsletter / Bulletin
Africa maize stress project: developing and disseminating stress tolerant maize for sustainable food security in West, Central and East Africa
(CIMMYT; IITA, 2014)
As of November 1997, CIMMYT and IITA are working with researchers in the region to develop and deliver high-yielding maize-along with related crop management practices-that withstands the crop's major foes and suits the ...
Conduct and management of maize field trials
(CIMMYT; IITA, 2012)
Technicians and technologists are indispensable research support personnel. In the agronomic sciences, technicians handle all aspects of research execution from seed preparation for planting through management of field ...
The CGIAR Research Program on Maize 2015 Annual Report
(CGIAR Research Program on Maize, 2016)
The MAIZE team worldwide made tremendous progress in 2015 in various spheres, from the sustainable intensification of maize-based systems to the breeding, release and deployment of stress resilient and nutritious maize. ...
Training workshop on gender mainstreaming in research for NARS implementing SIMLESA and ASARECA projects
(CIMMYT; ACIAR, 2011)
The Sustainable intensification of Maize-legume cropping systems for food security in eastern and southern Africa (SIMLESA) is a multi-institution and multi-stakeholder regional collaborative research project lead by the ...
SIMLESA good practices and lessons learnt in gender mainstreaming: report and case studies
(CIMMYT; ACIAR, 2013)
In December 2012, the Sustainable intensification of Maize-legume cropping systems for food security in Eastern and Southern Africa (SIMLESA) Programme commissioned a study to compile case studies of good practices in ...
Gender Dissagregated Data in Agricultural Research: 'Towards Building Capacity for Data Collection’
(ACIAR; CIMMYT, 2014)
The Sustainable intensification of Maize-legume cropping systems for food security in Eastern and Southern Africa (SIMLESA) is a multi-institution and multi-stakeholder regional collaborative research project led by the ...