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Crop Yield in Maize Influenced by Unexpected Gene “Moonlighting”

News   Apr 02, 2019 | Original story from the Cold Spring Harbor

 
Crop Yield in Maize Influenced by Unexpected Gene “Moonlighting”

Caption: RA3 gene activity was detected and traced to presence in nucleus and cytoplasm of developing cell in maize ear. RA3 is in green and nuclei are counterstained in red. Credit: Jackson lab/CSHL.

 
 
 

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