Corn genome mapping shows promise
Newly assembled genomes of 26 different genetic lines of corn will allow plant scientists to better select for genes likely to lead to improved crop yields or stress tolerance, according to Matt Hufford, an Iowa State University associate professor of ecology, evolution and organismal biology.
Hufford detailed the extensive genome mapping effort as lead author of an article in the journal Science.
Previously, the primary reference...
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