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Jessyca Adelle Silva Santos, Queila Souza Garcia, Chapter 5 - Ethylene in the regulation of seed dormancy and germination: Biodiversity matters, Editor(s): Nafees A. Khan, Antonio Ferrante, Sergi Munné-Bosch, The Plant Hormone Ethylene, Academic Press, 2023, Pages 61-71, ISBN 9780323858465

This content aligns with Goal 15: Life on Land and Goal 2: Zero Hunger by focusing on seed biodiversity.
The paper discusses the complexity of the interactions and effects of climate change on food security.
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Future Foods, Volume 6, December 2022

New foods for sustainable consumption.
Development of plant based meat analogues for sustainable food systems.
Developing plant-based burgers. Consumer perception of clean label in plant-based meat alternatives was investigated.
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Future Foods, Volume 6, December 2022

Lab grown meat as a sustainable alternative.
Developing products with insects for sustainable food systems.
Food systems are a major driver of environmental change, responsible for rapid deforestation, water scarcity, and an estimated 30%–34% of global anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. Findings in this paper point to the capacity of plant-sourced food consumption to minimize environmental harm without necessarily jeopardizing nutrient availability in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Local agriculture can contribute to food system sustainability by producing diversified plant-sourced foods, cornerstones of many traditional food customs, and mitigating the impacts of industrialized livestock operations and imported, animal-centric dietary habits.
Indigenous crops with diverse genotypes facilitate cultivation of crops that are ideally suited to particular sites by small-scale farmers, thus staving off poverty and hunger in local communities while promoting responsible consumption and production. This paper evaluates grain yield and nutritional qualities of a range of genotypes in an African crop plant.

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