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Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research

900 19th Street NW 6th Floor

Washington D.C., District of Columbia 20433

United States

Company Description

CGIAR, is a global partnership that unites organizations engaged in research for a food secure future. The name CGIAR comes from the acronym for the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research. In 2008, CGIAR underwent a major transformation ... more

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Senior Scientist, Molecular Genetics and Molecular Taxonomy



Research Fellow
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center , Denver




Oklahoma State University

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Ruaraidh Sackville-Hamilton and Dr. ... [cached]

Ruaraidh Sackville-Hamilton and Dr. Kenneth McNally

From a panoramic view, trees in a forest look pretty much the same and it's hard to tell the difference between individuals. But walking in the forest, one can clearly distinguish the various shapes and sizes of the individual trees. Looking even closer, on a molecular level, scientists can check DNA to further identify similarities and differences.
IRRI scientists Dr. Ruaraidh Sackville Hamilton and Dr. Kenneth McNally along with their colleagues have looked at this technology as it applies to rice in their paper "Genomics of genebanks: a case study in rice".

IRRI - About Us - Staff Directory - Biodata [cached]

Kenneth L. McNally Senior Scientist, Molecular Genetics/Molecular Taxonomy

Ken McNally was a research fellow, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver (1988-89); postdoctoral fellow, University of California at Santa Barbara (1990-93); postdoctoral fellow, Cornell University (1994-96); project scientist, IRRI (1996-98); affiliate scientist, perennial upland rice, PBGB (1998-2001); molecular geneticist/molecular taxonomist, GRC (2001- )

CGIAR: Newsroom: News Releases [cached]

"We are hunting for snippets of DNA, called single nucleotide polymorphisms or SNPs, that distinguish these rice," says Dr. Ken McNally from the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI).

Dr. Ken McNally, IRRI: +63 2 580 5600 (ext 2766) or

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Allele mining the IRGC -- unlocking the bank by Dr. Kenneth L. McNally, Molecular Geneticist/Molecular Taxonomist, IRRI, on 5 June, 3:30-4:30 p.m. at the Chandler Hall Auditorium

IRRI - International Rice Research Institute [cached]

IRRI scientists Richard Bruskiewich, Darshan Brar, Jan Leach, Renee Lafitte, Hei Leung, Ken McNally, and Ron Phillips (IRRI BOT) attended the conference.

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