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  • How the wild rabbit became domesticated

    How the wild rabbit became domesticated

    An international collaboration involving INRA research scientists has evidenced the impact of domestication of the rabbit on its genetic heritage, thanks to sequencing of its genome. In particular, the scientists have shown that the genes controlling brain and neuronal development were specifically targeted by the domestication process. These results, published on 29 August 2014 in Science, help ...

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  • Microphyte Disintegrator
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    Microphyte Disintegrator

    It is applied in labs of industry, agriculture, science and medicine for all kinds of plants, animal fur and flesh grinding. It is also used for grinding the sample of wheat, paddy, beans and other food crops in testing moisture, protein, and oil content of food crops.