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Solutions to eradicate the apple snail, a plague in the rice fields (Euronews video)

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New academic works related to Neurice Project

On 28th september, two new thesis related to the Neurice project have been defended at the University of Barcelona: Doctoral Thesis Defense: Developing of new stress-Tolerant rice varieties for the Mediterranean region. Eduardo Ramos de Fuentes   Master’s Thesis Defence Physiological and biochemical characterization of salt stress tolerant lines Julen Equiza  

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The member of the NEURICE consortium Camilo López-Cristoffanini, partaked in the Plant Biology Europe 2018

The PhD candidate of the Universitat de Barcelona and member of the NEURICE consortium, Camilo López-Cristoffanini, partaked in the Plant Biology Europe 2018 in Copenhagen (Denmark) with the poster:“Early salinity-stress responses in shoots and roots of FL478 (Oryza sativa) using shotgun proteomics”. Duing the congress he had the chance to explain the results obtained in […]

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II annual Neurice meeting

The 26th July 2018 the third annual Neurice meeting took place in Amposta, Delta del Ebre, where the first varieties of highly resistant to salinity rice are being tested. This varieties where grown in the University of Barcelona’s greenhouses. The success of this experiment would represent the possibility of cultivating some rice with high salinity conditions, […]

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The discussion of Viviana Cavallaro’s thesis at the University of Milan

On Monday 9th July, took place in Milan (Italy), the discussion of Viviana Cavallaro’s thesis: Sviluppo di varietà commerciali italiane resistenti allo stress salino e a Pomacea Insularum attraverso introgressione del Locus Saltol in Oryza Sativa, varietà onice e vialone nano. Cavallaro was a student of the University of Milan, master degree in “Biotecnologie Vegetali, Alimentari e Agro-Ambientali” and her thesis was […]

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