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Functional mutation allele mining of plant architecture

2019-12-30  be helpful in accelerating the gene mining process. Plant architecture and yield-related traits are the main targets in wheat breeding and many genes/QTLs have been mapped that have dominant or/and additive effects. Over 20 wheat dwarfing genes (Rht)[13]are available, and more than half were produced by muta-tion induction.

Functional mutation allele mining of plant architecture

Functional mutation allele mining of plant architecture and yield-related agronomic traits and characterization of their effects in wheat. Our results demonstrate that favorable mutation alleles are present in mutant resources, and the region between 409.5 to 419.8 Mb on chromosome 5DL affects wheat plant height and thousand grain weight.

(PDF) EFFECTS OF APICAL MERISTEM MINING ON

Premise of the study: Interactions that limit lifetime seed production have the potential to limit plant population sizes and drive adaptation through natural selection. Effects of insect herbivory to apical meristems (apical meristem mining) on

Functional mutation allele mining of plant architecture

2019-12-30  Plant architecture and yield-related features are important agronomic traits for wheat breeders and mining favorable alleles of these traits will improve wheat characteristics.

CASE STUDIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF SAND

2017-3-11  In USA, sand and gravel are used for construction of industries in cities, paving, highway building, brick moulding and even making golf courses. Many states are well developed with advanced infrastructure which is a positive effect of soil mining. However, excessive extraction of soil. 3.

Reclamation of Degraded Landscapes due to

2013-7-1  disturbance of native fauna and flora, modification of surface and ground water balance, resettlement of residential areas, roads and railways, release of air, liquid and solid pollutants and noise pollution. Water resources and the quality of air are seriously modified by surface mining

Mines Tag ArchDaily

2017-3-21  The city which peaked at a population of almost 20,000 during the mining boom of the 1900’s, has since suffered the inevitable after effects of such

[PDF] Effects of apical meristem mining on plant

Higher mortality rates of damaged plants contributed to reduced seed production. Apical damage reduced plant height and increased the proportion of blooming flower heads in axial positions on branches. Apical damage delayed flowering and shortened flowering duration.• CONCLUSIONS Apical meristem mining reduced plant maternal fitness.

Understanding the impact of deep-sea mining MIT

2019-12-5  Sediment accumulates at a rate of 1 millimeter every millennium. With such a slow rate of growth, areas disturbed by deep-sea mining would be unlikely to recover on a reasonable timescale. “The concern is that if there is a biological community specific to the area, it might be irretrievably impacted by mining,” explains Peacock.

How can mining become more environmentally

2016-11-8  Mining activities use land at every stage of its cycle; exploration, construction, operation, closure, and post-closure. Vegetation is cleared for the construction of

What are some of the effects of underground mining

2018-12-23  Environmental Risks of Mining. Unregulated mining has the potential to release harmful substances into the soil, air, and water. Underground mining has the potential for tunnel collapses and land subsidence (Betournay, 2011). It involves large-scale movements of waste rock and vegetation, similar to open pit mining.

Reclamation of Degraded Landscapes due to

2013-7-1  2. The effects of opencast mining activities on environment and human health. Mining is important for local and global economy, but this operation mostly and inevitably leads to substantial environmental damage and due to these kinds of activities,

Data mining using ANN for finding the effects of

Data mining using ANN for finding the effects of building structure on thermal comfort parameters (WIP) Share on. Authors: Lubaid Ahmed. Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Effects of Hygrothermal Stress, Plant Richness, and

Effects of Hygrothermal Stress, Plant Richness, and Architecture on Mining Insect Diversity' G. Wilson Fernandes2, Fabiana M. Caldeira Castro, Mauricio L. Faria, Evelyn S. A. Marques, and Magda K. Barcelos Greco Ecologia Evolutiva de Herbivoros Tropicais/DBG, CP 486, ICB/Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, 30161-970 Belo Horizonte MG-Brazil

CASE STUDIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF SAND

2017-3-11  4.3.2.2 Negative effects of mining to people’s lives 59 4.3.2.3 Negative impacts of mining observed by respondents 60 4.3.2.4 Accidents reported during sand and gravel mining 62 4.3.3 Solutions and rehabilitation to sand and gravel mining 63 4.3.3.1 Solutions at community level 64

Functional mutation allele mining of plant architecture

2019-12-30  Wheat mutant resources with phenotypic variation have been developed in recent years. These mutants might carry favorable mutation alleles, which have the potential to be utilized in the breeding process. Plant architecture and yield-related features are important agronomic traits for wheat breeders and mining favorable alleles of these traits will improve wheat characteristics.

Mines Tag ArchDaily

2017-3-21  The city which peaked at a population of almost 20,000 during the mining boom of the 1900’s, has since suffered the inevitable after effects of such environmentally destructive activities.

Understanding the impact of deep-sea mining MIT

2019-12-5  Currently, nickel and cobalt are extracted through land-based mining operations. Much of this mining occurs in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which produces 60 percent of the world’s cobalt. These land-based mines often impact surrounding environments through the destruction of habitats, erosion, and soil and water contamination.

How can mining become more environmentally

2016-11-8  Mining can become more environmentally friendly through developing and integrating practices that reduce the adverse environmental impact of mining operations. Such good practices include; reducing inputs that include water and energy

Construction’s Impact on the Environment

2016-3-1  According to the UK Green Building Council, the construction sector uses more than 400 million tons of material a year, and many of these materials have an adverse impact on the environment. Additional research by Construction Products says the products used during a particular construction job can also have an impact on the surrounding

What are some of the effects of underground mining

2018-12-23  Environmental Risks of Mining. Unregulated mining has the potential to release harmful substances into the soil, air, and water. Underground mining has the potential for tunnel collapses and land subsidence (Betournay, 2011). It involves large-scale movements of waste rock and vegetation, similar to open pit mining.

CASE STUDIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF SAND

2017-3-11  4.3.2.2 Negative effects of mining to people’s lives 59 4.3.2.3 Negative impacts of mining observed by respondents 60 4.3.2.4 Accidents reported during sand and gravel mining 62 4.3.3 Solutions and rehabilitation to sand and gravel mining 63 4.3.3.1 Solutions at community level 64

Functional mutation allele mining of plant architecture

2019-12-30  Wheat mutant resources with phenotypic variation have been developed in recent years. These mutants might carry favorable mutation alleles, which have the potential to be utilized in the breeding process. Plant architecture and yield-related features are important agronomic traits for wheat breeders and mining favorable alleles of these traits will improve wheat characteristics.

Mines Tag ArchDaily

2017-3-21  The city which peaked at a population of almost 20,000 during the mining boom of the 1900’s, has since suffered the inevitable after effects of such environmentally destructive activities.

Lightweight Structures MIT Architecture

2016-1-12  a whole new world in architecture, an unsurpassable variety of forms which is not yet exhausted, by no means. Just like bridges, these structures transfer their loads predominantly by compression shells or domes (Fig. 4, left), or by tension cable nets and membranes (right). In between are the plane space structures the slabs and the space

Construction’s Impact on the Environment

2016-3-1  According to the UK Green Building Council, the construction sector uses more than 400 million tons of material a year, and many of these materials have an adverse impact on the environment. Additional research by Construction Products says the products used during a particular construction job can also have an impact on the surrounding

Effects of fluid circulation in subducting crust on

2008-11-1  Here we use a conductive proxy to incorporate the thermal effects of high Nusselt number fluid circulation in subducting crust into a subduction zone thermal model. Hydrothermal circulation reduces temperatures in the seismogenic zone of the Nankai margin plate boundary fault by ~20 °C at the updip limit of seismicity and ~100 °C at the

Deforestation: Causes, Effects and Preventive

2020-8-27  Deforestation due to mining; Mining needs vast lands such as forest lands to perform various activities. Mining not only related to the causes and effects of deforestation but also related to causing pollution. The pollutants that spread through mining in the environment in various means cause hazardous effects

Importance of Topography & Soil Condition in Site

2016-4-22  Topography refers to the slope and level of the land, whether the land is flat and plain, or in sloping. Topography is a measurement of elevation and slope is the percentage change in that elevation over a certain distance. Topography is measured by to connecting points of same elevation. These points are known as the topographic contours.

Effects of Urban Green Space on Environmental Health

2017-9-2  Most negative effects are typically associated with poorly designed or poorly maintained green space; they can be reduced or prevented by proper planning, design and maintenance of urban green space (e.g. planting non-allergenic species, controlling disease vectors, improving safety of playgrounds).