University of Cordoba Professor Miguel Aguilar participated in a published article on reference genes in the study of wheat meiosis, the process in which reproductive cells are generated
Wheat feeds the world. According to the FAO, wheat is one of the world’s main crops, both in terms of extent and production, as well as being one of the main sources of carbohydrates and vegetable protein in the human diet. The quest for genetic improvement in wheat, leading to varieties that are more resistant to issues brought about by climate change or certain pests, responds to the need to keep feeding people.

The WEARE group at the University of Cordoba analyzed a case of aquifer recovery and concluded that supervision, governance and use of water for high value crops are some of the keys to guaranteeing sustainability of these reserves

A University of Cordoba study analyzed the governance mechanisms in territorial short food supply chains in Córdoba and Bogotá

The SuperG project will audit Europe's permanent pastures, in order to bolster their value through sustainable management strategies

For the first time, a University of Cordoba research group has characterized a transcription factor that modulates more than 600 genes involved in strawberry ripening

The LIFE Agromitiga project studies how to calculate the carbon footprint of agricultural production and Conservation Agriculture's capacity to reduce it

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