Transforming Agriculture, Perennially
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Category: Sorghum

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Author: Stan Cox, Pheonah Nabukalu, Andrew H. Paterson, Wenqian Kong, Susan Auckland, Lisa Rainville, Sheila Cox, Shuwen Wang.

Abstract A perennial version of grain sorghum [S.bicolor (L.) Moench] would create opportunities for greatly reducing tillage and preventing soil degradation. Efforts to select for perenniality and grain production among progeny of…

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Author: Sezen, U.U., J.N. Barney, D.Z. Atwater, G.A. Pederson, J.F. Pederson, J.M. Chandler, T.S. Cox, S. Cox, P. Dotray, D. Kopec and S.E. Smith, J. Schroeder, S.D. Wright, Y. Jiao, W. Kong, V. Goff, S. Auckland, L.K. Rainville, G.J. Pierce, C. Lemke, R. Compton, C. Hillips, A. Kerr, M. Mettler, A.H. Paterson

Abstract Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) is a striking example of a post-Columbian founder event. This natural experiment within ecological time-scales provides a unique opportunity for understanding patterns of continent-wide genetic diversity…

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Author: Nabukalu, P. and S. Cox. 

Abstract   When developed, perennial grain sorghum could provide an opportunity for more ecologically sound food production. In 2002, we initiated a perennial sorghum breeding program, using Sorghum bicolor (L.)…

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Author: Habyarimana, E, Lorenzoni, C; Redaelli, R; Alfieri, M; Amaducci, S; Cox, S

Abstract The purpose of this work was to assess biomass and grain yields, path modelling of yield components, and perenniality in 97 Sorghum bicolor x S. halepense (SB x SH) lines, and…

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