Gene mutation can increase yields of hybrid tomatoes

03/29/2010 | ABC News

Researchers found that a variation in one copy of the Single Flower Truss gene, which regulates plant flowering, can enable hybrid tomatoes to boost sugar content and increase yield by up to 60%. The finding could have implications for agriculture and might be used in other crops such as corn and soybeans, one of the researchers said.

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