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These replicated field evaluations were conducted in two different climatic regions in China through the company's development collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.
During July-December 2012 and 2013, sick raccoon dogs and arctic foxes, which were farmed for fur products on 6 farms (farms A-F) in Jilin and Liaoning provinces, China, were received for quarantine inspection at the Fur Animal Disease Laboratory, Institute of Special Animal and Plant Sciences, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.
Agricultural researcher Quan-Hong Yao and colleagues at the Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Sciences got around the problem by arming plants with pollutant-cracking enzymes from bacteria.
The international team includes researchers from Nanjing Agricultural University, BGI, Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Georgia, University of Hawaii, and Tohoku University.
The curious part is that the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences did not follow a similar process but indicated that it would nominate Fellows on its own.
With this business alliance and the alliance with Heilongjiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences concluded recently, ITOCHU now has inspection centers in Shandong Province, which is a large export base for fresh and processed food for Japan, and in Heilongjiang Province, a leading grain growing region of China.
Jin works at the Soil and Fertilizer Institute at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, where he currently is professor of plant nutrition and fertilization at CAAS.
Then, these fertilized eggs were incubated in the Institute of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary of Shanxi Academy of Agricultural Sciences to construct a conservation population.