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AD01011: Farm-saved rapeseed analysis - Non R&D
Description - Time Scale & Cost
From 2001 To 2002, Cost £20,283
Contractors / Funded Organisations:  
Theme:   Non R&D payments to ADAS
Keywords:  
 
 
AR0104: An assessment of standing ability in peas: analysis of stem strength and tissue architecture
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2004, Cost £308,971
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   John Innes Centre (BBSRC)
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Theme:   Arable crop genetics and breeding
Keywords:  
Crop Improvement, Crops, Farming, Arable Farming, Biotechnology
 
 
AR0105: Improvement of pea seed protein through genetics and biotechnology
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2004, Cost £538,294
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   John Innes Centre (BBSRC)
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Theme:   Arable crop genetics and breeding
Keywords:  
Crop Improvement, Crops, Farming, Arable Farming, Biotechnology
 
 
AR0106: Content, composition and functional properties of proteins from seeds of pea mutants.
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2002, Cost £310,635
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   John Innes Centre (BBSRC)
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Theme:   Arable crop genetics and breeding
Keywords:  
Crop Improvement, Crops, Farming, Arable Farming, Biotechnology
 
 
AR0122: Oil Seed Promoters
Time Scale & Cost
From 1994 To 1998, Cost £602,152
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   University - Durham
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Theme:   Strategic Crop breeding and Management relevant to Sugars, Oilseeds and Proteins Division.
Keywords:  
Crop Improvement, Crops, Farming, Genetically modified food and crops, GM Food, Arable Farming, Biotechnology
 
 
AR0123: Development of promoters active at sites of pathogen attack and wounding
Time Scale & Cost
From 1994 To 1998, Cost £396,957
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Leicester University, Department of Bota
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Theme:   Strategic Crop breeding and Management relevant to Sugars, Oilseeds and Proteins Division.
Keywords:  
Crop Improvement, Crops, Farming, Genetically modified food and crops, GM Food, Arable Farming, Biotechnology
 
 
AR0125: Isolation of genes in peas involved in the transition to flowering
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2002, Cost £229,691
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   John Innes Centre (BBSRC)
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Theme:   Arable crop genetics and breeding
Keywords:  
Crop Improvement, Crops, Farming, Arable Farming, Biotechnology
 
 
AR0130: Pea transformation - Reduction to practice and exploitation.
Time Scale & Cost
From 1995 To 1998, Cost £149,257
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   John Innes Centre (BBSRC)
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Theme:   Strategic Crop breeding and Management relevant to Sugars, Oilseeds and Proteins Division.
Keywords:  
Crop Improvement, Crops, Farming, Genetically modified food and crops, GM Food, Arable Farming, Biotechnology
 
 
AR0138: Improving the physiological and agronomic basis of UK lupin production
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2003, Cost £714,936
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Rothamsted Research (BBSRC)
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Theme:   Arable crop genetics and breeding
Keywords:  
Crop Improvement, Crops, Farming, Arable Farming
 
 
AR0142: Exploitation of gene technology in white lupins
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2003, Cost £196,730
Contractors / Funded Organisations:  
Theme:   Commitments to ongoing projects
Keywords:  
 
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