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Hu, Jia and Bettembourg, Mathilde and Moreno, Silvana and Zhang, Ai and Schnürer, Anna and Sun, Chuanxin and Sundström, Jens and Jin, Yunkai (2023). Characterisation of a low methane emission rice cultivar suitable for cultivation in high latitude light and temperature conditions. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 30 :40 , 92950–92962
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Bannak Gedara, Shishanthi Jayarathna and Jin, Yunkai and Dotsenko, Gleb and Fei, Mingliang and Andersson, Mariette and Andersson, Annica and Sun, Chuanxin and Andersson, Roger (2023). High fructan barley lines produced by selective breeding may alter beta-glucan and amylopectin molecular structure. Carbohydrate Polymers. 316 , 121030
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Jin, Yunkai and Hu, Jia and Su, Jun and Aslan, Selcuk and Lin, Yan and Jin, Lu and Isaksson, Simon and Liu, Chunlin and Wang, Feng and Schnürer, Anna and Sitbon, Folke and Hofvander, Per and Sun, Chuanxin (2023). Improved bioenergy value of residual rice straw by increased lipid levels from upregulation of fatty acid biosynthesis. Biotechnology for Biofuels and Bioproducts. 16 :1 , 90
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Fei, Mingliang and Jin, Yunkai and Hu, Jia and Dotsenko, Gleb and Ruan, Ying and Liu, Chunlin and Seisenbaeva, Gulaim and Andersson, Annica and Andersson, Roger and Sun, Chuanxin (2022). Achieving of high-diet-fiber barley via managing fructan hydrolysis. Scientific Reports. 12 :1 , 19151
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Fei, Mingliang and Jin, Yunkai and Su, Jun and Ruan, Ying and Wang, Feng and Liu, Chunlin and Sun, Chuanxin (2020). Adaptation of Rice to the Nordic Climate Yields Potential for Rice Cultivation at Most Northerly Site and the Organic Production of Low-Arsenic and High-Protein Rice. Frontiers in Plant Science. 11 , 329 , 1-10
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