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“Turbo Charging” the Genetic Stocks Contained in the World’s Seed Banks

News   Nov 24, 2020 | Original story from Iowa State University

 
“Turbo Charging” the Genetic Stocks Contained in the World’s Seed Banks

Seed banks across the globe store and preserve the genetic diversity of millions of varieties of crops, including corn. Iowa State University researchers are developing ways to predict the traits of corn varieties based on their genomes. Credit: Jianming Yu

 
 
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