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Jan 29, 2020 l Hit 244
Autoimmunity and effector recognition in Arabidopsis thaliana can be uncoupled by mutations in the RRS1-R immune receptor Plants have developed elaborate immune systems through coevolution with pathogens. Plants perceive pathogens via several types of signals, such as secretions from pathogens, their structural comp...
Jan 29, 2020 l Hit 235
Life cycle carbon dioxide emissions for fill dams Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions must be reduced to solve environmental problems such as global warming and climate change, which are getting worse with each day. In Korea, 42% of total carbon emissions are generated by the construction industry; therefore, it se...
Jan 21, 2020 l Hit 249
Surfactant-free emulsion systems stabilized by modified starch and chitosan. Emulsion systems refer to the state in which insoluble liquids are stably dispersed in other liquids and can be found in many products, such as foods, cosmetics, and household goods. The main emulsion system is liquid phas...
Jun 14, 2019 l Hit 3681
Analysis of the river cooling effect of Cheonggyecheon Student Press of College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Minji Kim (Department of Plant Science), Minhyu Jeong (Department of Plant Science) Cities with high population densities and a high concentration of infrastructure tend to show higher tempe...
Jun 14, 2019 l Hit 1164
Environmental performance of organic farming: Evidence from Korean small-holder soybean production Student Press of College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Jisoo Lim (Department of Plant Science) Is environmentally friendly agriculture really all that environmentally friendly? Professor Choe’s research...
Jun 14, 2019 l Hit 966
Sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence is more strongly related to absorbed light than to photosynthesis Most of the plants in the world use sunlight to survive. Photosynthesis is a well-known process by which plants convert light energy to chemical energy. However, Some of the light that reaches the...
Dec 28, 2018 l Hit 2726
Humans can protect themselves from pathogenic and viral microorganisms. Infected host cells have used their own immune system to try to prevent pathogens, but the pathogens have constantly evolved to build a defense system to protect themselves from host-cell attacks. This study, carried out in a laboratory le...
Dec 28, 2018 l Hit 1296
A research team lead by SNU CALS professor Cheorun Jo identified the change mechanism of meat color by APP and used this mechanism to develop a new curing process technology called plasma curing. The team collaborated with a research team led by Professor Wonho Choe of KAIST and with the National F...
Dec 31, 2018 l Hit 1467
One of main concerns on GM crops is environmental risks such as gene flow and weedy risk, resulting in negative impacts on ecosystem. Unfortunately, little effort has been made to assess environmental impacts and risks of GM crops as compared to research on GM crop development with emphasis on the benefits of ...
Jul 16, 2018 l Hit 2602
With the development of modern genetic engineering technology, the technology to produce enzymes, recombinant proteins and antibodies from transgenic organisms using mammal mammary glands or bird egg white is now available. A bioreactor is an apparatus in which a biological reaction or process is carried out to prod...