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Press Release 10-082

NSF Provides $20 Million to Support 15 Projects Through BREAD Program

Projects will advance basic research on key problems in small farmer agriculture in the developing world

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Chickpea and root nodule, an organ in legumes associated with nitrogen-fixing bacteria.

Chickpea and root nodule, an organ in legumes associated with nitrogen-fixing bacteria.

Credit: Doug Cook


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Photo of wheat plants.

Alternate dwarfing genes would allow wheat plants to better withstand stresses.

Credit: Kulvinder Gill


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The crown of a maize root system 40 days after germination, simulated using SimRoot.

The crown of a maize root system 40 days after germination, simulated using SimRoot.

Credit: Jonathan Lynch


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Illustration showing soil improvement through biochar in conjunction with cook stove systems.

Soil improvement through biochar in conjunction with cook stove systems will be investigated.

Credit: Johannes Lehmann


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Green zone in Africa map has tsetse flies in that infect cattle with fatal trypanosomes.

Sub-Saharan Africa has tsetse flies (green zone) that infect cattle with fatal trypanosomes.

Credit: Jayne Raper


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