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Transgenic oilseeds having increased total fatty acid content of at least 10% and altered fatty acid profiles when compared to the total fatty acid content of null segregant oilseeds are described. Novel DGAT genes are used to achieve the increase in seed storage lipids.


Patent
DuPont Pioneer | Date: 2016-12-22

A combine harvester is provided that separates grain material from material other than grain using multiple processing areas, including a harvesting area, a feederhouse area, a threshing area, a cleaning area, and a grain delivery area. In a location at or prior to entering one of the processing areas, the material may be collected and held until a collection threshold is reached. Once it is determined that the collection threshold is reached, the material forming a first group of material may be transported from the location to the processing area or a subsequent processing area. The first group of material is transported from the location to the processing area or the subsequent processing area substantially simultaneously and thus simulates the gathering of a large amount of crop material even when small plots are involved. In this way, reduced cycle times may be achieved, and the efficiency benefits of large-plot harvesting may be extended to small-plot applications.


The disclosure pertains to separably driven rotor portions for a combine harvester and a method for threshing grain using separably-driven rotor portions. The combine harvester is moved through harvest material comprising grain material and material-other-than-grain (MOG). The grain material is separated from the MOG using multiple processing areas. The auger portion may be stopped or rotated at a slower speed with respect to rotation of the threshing portion to simulate the gathering of a large amount of crop material even when small plots are involved, thereby providing the benefits of large-plot harvesting to small-plot applications.


Patent
DuPont Pioneer and DuPont Company | Date: 2016-10-07

Entomopathogenic fungal strains, compositions, and methods of using the strains for reducing overall insect damage.


Patent
DuPont Pioneer | Date: 2017-01-18

The present disclosure provides DNA-guided CRISPR systems; polynucleotides comprising DNA, RNA and mixtures thereof for use with CRISPR systems; and methods of use involving such polynucleotides and DNA-guided CRISPR systems.


Patent
DuPont Pioneer | Date: 2016-08-26

The disclosure pertains to methods and compositions for the rapid and efficient transformation of plants. The disclosure further provides methods for producing a transgenic plant, comprising (a) transforming a cell of an explant with an expression construct comprising (i) a nucleotide sequence encoding a WUS/WOX homeobox polypeptide; (ii) a nucleotide sequence encoding a polypeptide comprising two AP2-DNA binding domains; or (iii) a combination of (i) and (ii); and (b) allowing expression of the polypeptide of (a) in each transformed cell to form a regenerable plant structure in the absence of exogenous cytokinin, wherein no callus is formed; and (c) germinating the regenerable plant structure to form the transgenic plant. This abstract is intended as a scanning tool for purposes of searching in the particular art and is not intended to be limiting of the present disclosure.


Patent
DuPont Pioneer | Date: 2017-01-11

Methods and systems are provided which permit extraction of a dicot embryo of a dicot seed without damage to the dicot embryo. Methods disclosed herein provide embryos for uses in plant breeding and research procedures.


A method for treating silage to enhance the aerobic stability by increasing the fermentation and stabilization of silage by inhibiting growth of microorganisms selected from yeasts, molds and spore-forming bacteria and permitting earlier aerobic exposure is disclosed. The method comprises treating silage or feed with a composition comprising Lactobacillus buchneri strain LN7125, or Lactobacillus brevis strain LB5328, or Lactobacillus brevis strain LB7123, and mixtures or a mutant thereof which retains the silage preservative activity of LN7125, LB5328, or LB7123, or the antimicrobial components produced thereby. The strains of Lactobacillus buchneri and Lactobacillus brevis disclosed in the invention have been purified and isolated and have been found to improve aerobic stability of silage allowing earlier aerobic exposure post ensiling than is presently practiced.


Patent
DuPont Company and DuPont Pioneer | Date: 2017-05-17

The present disclosure includes the production of a mutant plant resistant to an herbicide of the phosphonomethylglycine family, e.g. glyphosate. Compositions and methods are provided for editing a nucleotide sequence of interest in a cell employing a guide polynucleotide/Cas endonuclease system, wherein the Cas endonuclease is guided by a guide polynucleotide to recognize and optionally introduce a double strand break at a specific target site into the genome of a cell. The nucleotide sequence of interest to be edited can be located within or outside the target site that is recognized by a Cas endonuclease. More specifically, compositions and methods are provided for editing an enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase (EPSPS) nucleotide sequence in a cell. The methods and compositions employ a guide polynucleotide/Cas endonuclease system to provide for an effective system for editing EPSPS nucleotide sequences of within the genome of a cell. Also provided are compositions and methods for the production of glyphosate tolerant plant cells, plants explants, seeds and grain.


Rafalski J.A.,DuPont Pioneer
Current Opinion in Plant Biology | Year: 2010

Increased availability of high throughput genotyping technology together with advances in DNA sequencing and in the development of statistical methodology appropriate for genome-wide association scan mapping in presence of considerable population structure contributed to the increased interest association mapping in plants. While most published studies in crop species are candidate gene-based, genome-wide studies are on the increase. New types of populations providing for increased resolution and power of detection of modest-size effects and for the analysis of epistatic interactions have been developed. Classical biparental mapping remains the method of choice for mapping the effects of alleles rare in germplasm collections, such as some disease resistance genes or alleles introgressed from exotic germplasm. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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