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  • publication . Article . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    van Wijk, Mark; Hammond, James; Gorman, Leo; Adams, Sam; Ayantunde, Augustine; Baines, David; Bolliger, Adrian; Bosire, Caroline; Carpena, Pietro; Chesterman, Sabrina; ...
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    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group UK

    Measurement(s)Demographics • cultivated environment • Household Environment • economic performanceTechnology Type(s)SurveyFactor Type(s)country • yearSample Characteristic - OrganismHomo sapiensSample Characteristic - EnvironmentfarmSample Characteristic - LocationCentr...

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  • publication . Article . 2009
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    Authors:
    Joost van Heerwaarden; Jon Hellin; R. F. Visser; F.A. van Eeuwijk;
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    Publisher: Springer Nature

    Replacement of crop landraces by modern varieties is thought to cause diversity loss. We studied genetic erosion in maize within a model system; modernized smallholder agriculture in southern Mexico. The local seed supply was described through interviews and in situ see...

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  • publication . Article . 2011
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    Authors:
    D. Flores-Sanchez; J. Kleine Koerkamp-Rabelista; H. Navarro-Garza; Egbert A. Lantinga; Jeroen C.J. Groot; Martin J. Kropff; Walter A.H. Rossing;
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    Enhanced utilization of ecological processes for food and feed production as part of the notion of ecological intensification starts from location-specific knowledge of production constraints. A diagnostic systems approach which combined social-economic and production e...

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  • publication . Article . 2009
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    Authors:
    Alma Piñeyro-Nelson; J. van Heerwaarden; Hugo Perales; J. A. Serratos-Hernández; A. Rangel; Matthew B. Hufford; Paul Gepts; Adriana Garay-Arroyo; Rafael F. Rivera-Bustamante; Elena R. Alvarez-Buylla;
    Publisher: Wiley

    A possible consequence of planting genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in centres of crop origin is unintended gene flow into traditional landraces. In 2001, a study reported the presence of the transgenic 35S promoter in maize landraces sampled in 2000 from the Sierr...

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  • publication . Article . 2014
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    Authors:
    Esperanza Huerta; Christian Kampichler; Susana Ochoa-Gaona; Ben de Jong; Salvador Hernández-Daumás; Violette Geissen;
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    Publisher: Public Library of Science

    The aim of this study was to generate an easy to use index to evaluate the ecological state of agricultural land from a sustainability perspective. We selected environmental indicators, such as the use of organic soil amendments (green manure) versus chemical fertilizer...

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  • publication . Article . 2012
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    Authors:
    Joost van Heerwaarden; Diego Ortega Del Vecchyo; Elena R Alvarez-Buylla; Mauricio R Bellon;
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    Publisher: Public Library of Science

    Gene flow of transgenes into non-target populations is an important biosafety concern. The case of genetically modified (GM) maize in Mexico has been of particular interest because of the country's status as center of origin and landrace diversity. In contrast to maize ...

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  • publication . Article . 2015
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    Authors:
    Ken E. Giller; Jens A. Andersson; Marc Corbeels; John A. Kirkegaard; David A. Mortensen; Olaf Erenstein; Bernard Vanlauwe;
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    Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

    ABSTRACT: Global support for Conservation Agriculture (CA) as a pathway to Sustainable Intensification is strong. CA revolves around three principles: no-till (or minimal soil disturbance), soil cover, and crop rotation. The benefits arising from the ease of crop manage...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2011
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    Authors:
    Stephen B. Goodwin; Sarrah Ben M’Barek; Braham Dhillon; Alexander H. J. Wittenberg; Charles F. Crane; James K. Hane; Andrew J Foster; Theo van der Lee; Jane Grimwood; Andrea Aerts; ...

    The plant-pathogenic fungus Mycosphaerella graminicola (asexual stage: Septoria tritici) causes septoria tritici blotch, a disease that greatly reduces the yield and quality of wheat. This disease is economically important in most wheat-growing areas worldwide and threa...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2014
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    Authors:
    Luz E. Ruiz-Suárez; Ricardo A. Castro-Chan; Norma E. Rivero-Pérez; Antonio Trejo-Acevedo; Griselda K. Guillén-Navarro; Violette Geissen; Ricardo Bello-Mendoza;
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    Publisher: MDPI AG

    60 years) had the highest p,pʹ-DDE level (56.94 ± 57.81 µg/L) of all age groups, while men had higher p,pʹ-DDE (34.00 ± 46.76 µg/L) than women. Our results demonstrate that residents of the Soconusco region are exposed to p,pʹ-DDE because of high exposure to DDT in the ...

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  • publication . Article . 2019
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    Authors:
    Sarah C. Davis; June Simpson; Katia del C. Gil-Vega; Nicholas A. Niechayev; Evelien van Tongerlo; Natalia Hurtado Castano; Louisa V. Dever; Alberto Búrquez;
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    Abstract The potential for crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) to support resilient crops that meet demands for food, fiber, fuel, and pharmaceutical products far exceeds current production levels. This review provides background on five families of plants that express C...

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