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Chilli Production Is About To Get Spiced Up Thanks to New Genetic Findings

News   Mar 25, 2021 | Original story from the University of Bath

 
Chilli Production Is About To Get Spiced Up Thanks to New Genetic Findings

There are 35 species of pepper in the Capsicum family, including five domesticated species. Credit: World Vegetable Center.

 
 
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