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Early Breeding Reduced Harmful Mutations in Sorghum

News   Jan 21, 2021 | Original story from Cornell University

 
Early Breeding Reduced Harmful Mutations in Sorghum

The image shows variation in seed head architecture of the different sorghum races, including (from left to right) bicolor, guinea, caudatum, kafir and durra. Credit: Nadia Shakoor.

 
 
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