reference : Dedicated herbaceous biomass feedstock genetics and development

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Abstract Biofuels and bio-based products can be produced from a wide variety of herbaceous feedstocks. To supply enough biomass to meet the needs of a new bio-based economy, a suite of dedicated biomass species must be developed to accommodate a range of growing environments throughout the USA. Researchers from the US Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) and collaborators associated with the USDA Regional Biomass Research Centers have made major progress in understanding the genetics of switchgrass, sorghum, and other grass species and have begun to use this knowledge to develop new cultivars with high yields and appropriate traits for efficient conversion to bio-based products. Plant geneticists and breeders have discovered genes that reduce recalcitrance for biochemical conversion to ethanol and drop-in fuels. Progress has also been made in finding genes that improve production under biotic and abiotic stress from diseases, pests, and climatic variations.
Author Anderson, W. F.; Sarath, G.; Edme, S.; Casler, M. D.; Mitchell, R. B.; Tobias, C. M.; Hale, A. L.; Sattler, S. E.; Knoll, J. E.
DOI 10.1007/s12155-015-9709-8
Date June 01
ISSN 1939-1242
Issue 2
Journal BioEnergy Research
Pages 399-411
Title Dedicated herbaceous biomass feedstock genetics and development
Type of Article journal article
Volume 9
Year 2016
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