Scientists unlock wheat genome, promise of higher-yield crop

08/27/2010 | BBC

British scientists have revealed draft sequences of the wheat genome in hopes of building a better strain of wheat. Scientists believe that by enabling other scientists and breeders around the world to engineer new genetic sequences for wheat, they may produce higher-yield strains of the grain.

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