improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping

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    Improving palm oil quality through identification and

    Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration Morcillo, F. et al. Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase Adjei-Nsiah S. & Bani R. J. Effect of processing equipment and duration of storage of palm fruits on palm oil yield and quality in the

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    Improving palm oil quality through identification and

    How to cite this article: Morcillo, F. et al. Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration. Nat. Commun. 4:2160 doi: 10.1038

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    Improving palm oil quality through identification and

    Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil breeders a marker to rapidly identify potent elite genitors and introgress the trait into major

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    (PDF) Improving palm oil quality through identification

    Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration Article (PDF Available) in Nature Communications 4:2160 · July 2013 with 971 Reads

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    Improving palm oil quality through identification and

    Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration The oil palm fruit mesocarp contains high lipase activity that increases free fatty acids and necessitates post-harvest inactivation by heat treatment of fruit bunches. benefits concern all planters but are likely to be highest for

  • palm oil quality: how can we limit acidification? - cirad

    Palm oil quality: how can we limit acidification? - CIRAD

    Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration. Nature Communication, 4 : 2160. Doi: 10.1038/ncomms3160. providing breeders with a marker to identify elite parents rapidly and introgress the "low lipase activity" character into their populations.

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    Improving palm oil quality through identification - CORE

    Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration . By F. Morcillo, D. Cros, The oil palm fruit mesocarp contains high lipase activity that increases free fatty acids and necessitates post-harvest inactivation by heat treatment of fruit bunches. Even before heat treatment the mesocarp

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    (PDF) Improving palm oil quality through identification

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  • improving palm oil quality through identification - core

    Improving palm oil quality through identification - CORE

    Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration . By F. Morcillo, D. Cros, The oil palm fruit mesocarp contains high lipase activity that increases free fatty acids and necessitates post-harvest inactivation by heat treatment of fruit bunches. Even before heat treatment the mesocarp

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    Improving palm oil quality through identification and

    Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration By Fabienne Morcillo, David Cros, Norbert Billotte, Georges Frank Ngando Ebongue, Hubert Domonhedo, Maxime Pizot, Maria Térésa Cuellar, Sandra Espeout, R. Dhouib, Fabienne Bourgis, Stéphane Claverol, Timothy John Tranbarger, Bruno Nouy

  • developing genome-wide snps and constructing an ultrahigh

    Developing genome-wide SNPs and constructing an ultrahigh

    Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) is the leading oil-producing crops and the most important edible oil resource worldwide.DNA markers and genetic linkage maps are essential resources for marker-assisted selection to accelerate genetic improvement. We conducted RAD-seq on an Illumina NextSeq500 to discover genome-wide SNPs, and used the SNPs to construct a linkage map for an oil palm (Tenera

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    Improving smallholders competitiveness : role of Cirad and

    Improving competitiveness of existing smallholdings Morcillo, F. et al. Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration. Nature Commun. 4:2160 doi: 10.1038/ncomms3160 (2013). PalmElit & Cirad New PM: Low Lipase •Less strict harvest calendar •Less lost of over-ripe FFB

  • blog post: mapping the journey of palm oil with traceability

    Blog Post: Mapping the journey of palm oil with traceability

    Grown only in the tropics, oil palm trees produce high-quality oil used in food products, detergents, cosmetics and even biofuels. In developing countries, palm oil is used primarily for cooking. As an export, it is present in more than half of all packaged products Americans consume.

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    Genomic structure, QTL mapping, and molecular markers of

    Morcillo F, Cros D, Billotte N, Ngando-Ebongue GF, Domonhédo H, Pizot M, Cuéllar T, Espéout S, Dhouib R, Bourgis F, Claverol S, Tranbarger TJ, Nouy B, Arondel V (2013) Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration. Nat Commun doi 4:2160.

  • the consumer goods forum sustainable palm oil sourcing

    The Consumer Goods Forum Sustainable Palm Oil Sourcing

    The CGF Sustainable Palm Oil Sourcing Guidelines 1. Introduction Following its 2010 Deforestation Resolution 1, The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) recognises its responsibility to ensure that the sourcing of palm oil does not contribute to deforestation, and has

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    Improving palm oil quality through identification and mapping of the lipase gene causing oil deterioration F Morcillo, D Cros, N Billotte, GF Ngando-Ebongue, H Domonhédo, Nature communications 4, 2160 , 2013

  • blog post: mapping the journey of palm oil with traceability

    Blog Post: Mapping the journey of palm oil with traceability

    Grown only in the tropics, oil palm trees produce high-quality oil used in food products, detergents, cosmetics and even biofuels. In developing countries, palm oil is used primarily for cooking. As an export, it is present in more than half of all packaged products Americans consume.

  • synergies for improving oil palm production and forest

    Synergies for Improving Oil Palm Production and Forest

    Lowland tropical forests are increasingly threatened with conversion to oil palm as global demand and high profit drives crop expansion throughout the world’s tropical regions. Yet, landscapes are not homogeneous and regional constraints dictate land suitability for this crop. We conducted a regional study to investigate spatial and economic components of forest conversion to oil palm within

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    IOI Group Sustainable Palm Oil Policy

    Sustainable Palm Oil Policy . 1. Introduction Palm oil is an important commodity; it is the most widely used vegetable oil in the world. Since palm oil plantations are labor intensive, crop production provides a livelihood to millions of people in tropical agricultural communities around the world. Of all vegetable oils, palm oil has the highest

  • genome-wide identification of markers for selecting higher

    Genome-wide identification of markers for selecting higher

    RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Genome-wide identification of markers for selecting higher oil content in oil palm Bin Bai1†, Le Wang1†, May Lee1, Yingjun Zhang1, Rahmadsyah2, Yuzer Alfiko3, Bao Qing Ye1, Zi Yi Wan1, Chin Huat Lim2, Antonius Suwanto3,4, Nam-Hai Chua1,5 and Gen Hua Yue1,6,7* Abstract Background: Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis, Jacq.) is the most important source of edible oil.

  • palm oil - idh - the sustainable trade initiative

    Palm oil - IDH - the sustainable trade initiative

    In addition to increase the uptake of responsible palm oil, IDH supports the palm oil national initiatives through the ESPO project. In the latest market monitoring report, it is shown that 74% of palm oil imported for food into Europe was RSPO certified sustainable palm oil, a 5%-point increase from the previous year.

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    The Development of Anaerobic Digester Technology for Palm

    The Development of Anaerobic Digester Technology for Palm Oil EFB Waste capacity building and identification of the most relevant between the University of Lampung and the network member in view of providing a sustainable solution to the palm oil waste energy production through: Mapping of existing anaerobic digester technologies for

  • smalholder palm oil financing 160209 - rainforest alliance

    smalholder palm oil financing 160209 - Rainforest Alliance

    Smallholder Palm Oil Financing in Indonesia Needs and Opportunies for Sustainable Finance Interven on January 2016!

  • oil palm ( elaeis guineensis) | springerlink

    Oil Palm ( Elaeis guineensis) | SpringerLink

    Abstract. Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) breeding is described with respect to modern challenges facing the oil palm industry.Elaeis guineensis is native to Africa, but now rings the globe as a tropical commodity oil crop. A brief history of the development of the oil palm crop is given to provide a perspective on problems, challenges and breeding opportunities.

  • the oil palm genome revolution

    THE OIL PALM GENOME REVOLUTION

    yields, control diseases, improve oil quality, and increase versatility and adaptability to climate propagation of oil palm, identification of molecular markers and expressed genes, to the eventual sequencing and utilisation of the oil palm genome AFLP markers for oil palm genetic mapping was embarked upon in a collaboration between

  • genome-wide identification of markers for selecting higher

    Genome-wide identification of markers for selecting higher

    RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Genome-wide identification of markers for selecting higher oil content in oil palm Bin Bai1†, Le Wang1†, May Lee1, Yingjun Zhang1, Rahmadsyah2, Yuzer Alfiko3, Bao Qing Ye1, Zi Yi Wan1, Chin Huat Lim2, Antonius Suwanto3,4, Nam-Hai Chua1,5 and Gen Hua Yue1,6,7* Abstract Background: Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis, Jacq.) is the most important source of edible oil.

  • ecosystem services under future oil palm expansion

    Ecosystem services under future oil palm expansion

    Analysis of oil palm expansion and mapping of future land use under oil palm expansion scenarios Three future land-use scenarios for oil palm expansions were identified based on historical rates, current land-use policies (such as forest moratorium policy banning forest and peatland clearing), spatial planning and existing suitability maps for

  • improving the visibility of our supply chain | sustainable

    Improving the visibility of our supply chain | Sustainable

    We are sourcing palm oil from smallholder farmers. Knowing more about where our palm oil comes from. Gaining greater visibility of our supply chain is crucial: it helps us identify issues on the ground and remediate them effectively, often in partnership with our suppliers, NGOs and government stakeholders.

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    Mapping our farmer programmes | Sustainable Living

    Mapping our farmer programmes Mapping our farmer programmes and improve quality. By the end of 2015, over 2,500 Farmer Field Schools had been established, which had trained over 77,000 lead farmers. III Persero (PTPN III), and the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), we are working to drive sustainable palm oil through the RSPO

  • sustainable sourcing of palm oil - united nations global

    Sustainable Sourcing of Palm Oil - United Nations Global

    So far, the impact of current codes to ensure the sustainable procurement of palm oil have been successful in providing Unilever with further visibility within their supply chain: • Action plans are in place where performance needs improving • Overdue corrective actions are flagged, making it easy to identify and chase completion

  • comparative transcriptome analysis of oil palm flowers

    Comparative transcriptome analysis of oil palm flowers

    Oil palm is the most productive oil crop and the efficiency of pollination has a direct impact on the yield of oil. Pollination by wind can occur but maximal pollination is mediated by the weevil E. kamerunicus. These weevils complete their life cycle by feeding on male flowers. Attraction of weevils to oil palm flowers is due to the emission of methylchavicol by both male and female flowers.

  • 'borneo atlas' to help palm oil buyers check on forest damage

    'Borneo Atlas' to help palm oil buyers check on forest damage

    'Borneo Atlas' to help palm oil buyers check on forest damage. new map will help palm oil buyers and traders trace their supply chain more clearly, and identify whether it is tainted with

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