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Friday, April 10, 2020

Jack Bailey-Bale

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https://www.southampton.ac.uk/biosci/postgraduate/research_students/jbb2g13.page
Jack Bailey-Bale is a PhD researcher based at the University of Southampton researching the use of genome editing to investigate the impact of candidate genes for yield enhancement and drought tolerance in Populus nigra as a bioenergy crop. Currently a challenging area of this project is reliably growing transformed P. nigra lines out of culture in order to run proof-of-concept studies for the mutated genes.

Integrated Poster Session at Bioenergy Genomics 2017

Jack Bailey-Bale takes a final look at what's ahead in the Bioenergy Genomics 2017 conference, which starts tomorrow.

Predictive modelling for yield at Bioenergy Genomics 2017

It's often over simplistic to say there's a gene for this or one for that, so bringing genotype and phenotype together is challenge. Jack Bailey-Bale looks ahead how how some people plan to tackle that.

Genetic and genomic approaches to biomass crop improvement at Bioenergy Genomics 2017

On Tuesday morning at the Bioenergy Genomics 2017 we will be looking at biofuel genomics. But what does that mean?

Ideotypes for yield in a changing climate – drought stress and beyond at Bioenergy Genomics 2017

Jack Bailey-Bale looks ahead to the challenges that climate change will pose for growing bioenergy crops.

Generating, capturing and utilising genetic variation at Bioenergy Genomics 2017

Where will the genes to improve biofuels come from? Jack Bailey-Bale looks ahead to the Generating, capturing and utilising genetic variation session at Bioenergy Genomics 2017.

Climate Change, land availability and biomass potential at Bioenergy Genomics 2017

Botany One is preparing to attend Bioenergy Genomics 2017. Jack Bailey-Bale looks ahead to see what we can expect

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