The genetic of coffee has been revealed
An achievement of science has revealed. This is tremendous news, especially for coffee lovers. Entrepreneurs or companies in the field of coffee will also welcome the amazing news. The findings are published in scientific journals in the United States. If composition human genes or other creatures have been found, the genetic makeup, or genome copies have started strung.
The study, recently discovered, could provide new insights into the coffee flavor and aroma of coffee that can be created on one's favorite drink. True coffee lovers will probably curious about this important discovery. Do you also get to enjoy a cup of coffee or espresso and cappuccino with coffee aroma, and taste new, based on this new discovery?
This coffee genetic discovery could certainly help the development of the coffee plant, even helping to develop new varieties. Also increases the durability of the effect of coffee on the environment such as climate change and pesticides. The true fan would want to enjoy coffee coffee more natural, with a genuine flavor real coffee.
Victor Albert, professor of biological sciences at the University at Buffalo, USA said that "By knowing the genetic makeup of coffee can help us understand the other interesting things besides enjoying coffee in the morning." Her team compiled the genetics of the species Coffea canephora coffee. Types of coffee Robusta coffee is one of them. Robusta coffee account for 30 percent of production in the world.
Coffea canephora is one of the commercial coffee species. The most famous is the type of arabica coffee, which is coffee number one because of the low levels of caffeine and a sour taste in the coffee. The coffee business, and of course the coffee shop owners certainly look forward to the further development of the invention.
If we compare to some species of plants such as tomatoes and wine, coffee genes with his familia more intertwined with the production of alkaloid compounds, and flavonoids. The compound that makes the quality of the coffee is different from the aroma to the bitter taste of coffee beans.
Science also explains that the coffee Coffee also contains many more substances such as enzymes N-methyltransferases, which play a role in the formation of caffeine. Researchers found that if the enzyme contained in the caffeine in coffee is a genus of plants intertwined with other coffee than in tea and chocolate.
Researchers also reveal if production is formed independently of caffeine in coffee. If these qualities would be a derivative of the foregoing types of coffee, can be defined if each species has a similar enzyme. Is this discovery will affect the taste of coffee in the future?
Dani Zamir of Hebrew University of Jerusalem highlights the importance of understanding the genome of coffee for coffee breeding progress, in particular to distinguish the coffee plant as a whole. Zamir urged researchers to inform the data regarding the nature of coffee like aroma and flavor to ensure the durability of the coffee species. This certainly can reduce the effects of climate change are uncertain and the incidence of disease in plants.
Scientists from various organizations to contribute to this research, especially from the French Institute of Research for Development and the French National Sequencing Center in collaboration with government and private organizations in France, USA, Italy, Canada, Germany, China, Spain, Indonesia, Brazil, Australia and India. Scientists also need to consider the fate and welfare of coffee farmers, so that they can enjoy the benefits of the coffee business, so they do not experience misfortune such as diamond miners in Africa.
With more than 2:25 billion cups of coffee are consumed around the world, coffee became the main agricultural products in many tropical countries such as Indonesia or Ethiopia. According to estimates from the International Coffee Organization, more than 8.7 million tons of coffee produced in the year 2013, the revenue generated from the export of coffee from the year 2009 to 2010 amounted to US $ 15.4 billion. Wow.
If we see from sector employees in the coffee business, about 26 million people in more than 50 countries working in fields related to coffee in 2010.
Coffee has provided life for the majority of the majority of the world's population, good for coffee growers, coffee traders, barista, the owner of the coffee shop and of course give you happiness for the true coffee connoisseur. However, stakeholders in the field of coffee, both government officials and CEOs should always be concerned about the welfare of coffee farmers in various countries. If the farmers are prosperous, then a cup of coffee or a slice of tiramisu definitely taste better, without haunted by sense of guilt.