Be Part of the Cereal Chemistry Focus Issue on New Breeding Technologies for Cereals

You are invited to place your company’s message in what is expected to be
the most read grain science research of the year!

New Breeding Technologies for Cereals

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Issue Advertising Close Date: October 31, 2017
Materials Due Date: November 15, 2017
Issue Send Date: January/February 2018

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Scope of the Special Issue

New breeding technologies have emerged as a growing field of research for their applications in developing new agricultural products. Significant research developments are occurring with new methods, strategies, analyses, and interpretations in the crop world. These new technologies, including methods for gene editing, the use of genome-wide association studies, genomic prediction, and applications of microbiomics and epigenomics, are bound to benefit the breeding of new grain varieties. Meanwhile, global regulatory authorities are working to establish processes that will allow the launch of products developed using such tools.

This focus issue of Cereal Chemistry on new breeding technologies will highlight the following topics with review articles and original research papers:

  • New breeding technologies: scientific background, historical perspective, and today’s status
  • Current application of new breeding technologies in cereal crop improvement
  • New breeding technologies: global regulatory perspective
  • From new breeding technology to commercialization: feasibility and technical challenges
  • Opportunities for cereal chemists to utilize the new breeding technologies

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