Breeding crops to feed 10 billion

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Crop improvements can help us to meet the challenge of feeding a population of 10 billion, but can we breed better varieties fast enough? Technologies such as genotyping, marker-assisted selection, high-throughput phenotyping, genome editing, genomic selection and de novo domestication could be galvanized by using speed breeding to enable plant breeders to keep pace with a changing environment and ever-increasing human population.

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Hickey, L. T., N. Hafeez, A., Robinson, H., Jackson, S. A., Leal-Bertioli, S. C. M., Tester, M., … Wulff, B. B. H. (2019, July 1). Breeding crops to feed 10 billion. Nature Biotechnology. Nature Research. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41587-019-0152-9

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