Sinobioway Agriculture has successfully developed the third generation of cross breeding system by taking full advantage of the new technology of hybrid seed production with the infertility gene of crops. It has three major features: 1. It addresses the root of hybrid breeding problems; 2. It has improved the quality of crops; 3. As the hybrid seeds do not contain modified genes, it represents another great leap forward following the three-line and two-line breeding hybrid rice, and will start the third green revolution in the field of plant breeding in China. During decades of development, the company has completed the world’s first rice genome chip, the world’s largest mutant bank of activated rice labels, the world’s largest molecular breeding platform for rice genomes. The platform relates  agronomic traits to chromosome fragments on whole rice genomes based on testing of high-flux molecular markers. It has transformed the experience-based rice breeding practice into precise selection and has obtained over a hundred high-resistance breeds and function genes. Meanwhile, Sinobioway agriculture has also achieved massive advanced technological findings home and abroad, including an accumulated number of 85 proprietary inventions, including 29 authorized and 56 unauthorized patented technologies.
    Sinobioway Agriculture serves as the National Engineering Research Center for Crop Molecular Design, National Fine Breed Innovation Center, National Center for Molecular Crop Design and National Plant Gene Research Center (Beijing). Meanwhile, it is also the first lab in China that has received the international ETS accreditation.


The Third Generation Hybrid Breeding Technology will Bring about the Third Green Revolution in the Field of Plant Breeding in China


We have established the world’s largest rice mutant bank of best quality

   In light of the current situation of rice T-DNA label mutant bank, Sinobioway agriculture have successfully established a mutant bank of activated rice labels with T-DNA that have quadrupled 35S enhancer activated labels and translation technologies by intervention of agricultural bacillus , which has a total number of 200,000 mutants covering 90% of rice genes, far exceeding the gross number of all other similar mutant banks in other countries and regions. It is the world’s largest rice mutant bank of the best quality.


We have established the world’s largest rice genome molecular breeding platform

    The platform has realized the strategic transformation of rice breeding practice from experience based to accurate approaches through accurate selection of important agronomic traits related chromosome fragments on complete rice genomes based on testing of high-flux molecular markers and has obtained over a hundred high-resistance breeds and function genes.
1. Its testing capability of high-influx molecular markers can track and detect each of the entire rice genome and can rapidly identify large numbers of samples; 
2. The platform provides technical support and foundation for rice molecular breeding as 
⑴ it has created the first set of high-density molecular marker testing system of the rice genome in the world; 
⑵ it is the first to have confirmed the connection between important agronomic traits of fine rice resources and molecular markers, on the basis of which it designed an accurate molecular breeding process; 
⑶ it has accurately designed the parent species necessary to the breeding of smart infertile hybrid rice to enable batch culture of quality new breed of hybrid rice.

We have completed the world’s first rice genome chip

   Gene chips are an important tool for function genome studies in the post-genome era. Sinobioway Agriculture produced the world’s first rice genome Oligo and Tiling Array chips, which have been widely applied in gene function studies and new gene separation. By applying this technology in combination of bioinformatics approaches in addition to experimental approaches, it has separated and identified a considerable number of new genes indiscernible to all other prediction models. The research results have been published in the prestigious academic journals of Nature Genetics, Genome Biology and Genome Research.