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Genes for Beans: Revealing the Extremely Complicated Legume Genome

News   May 10, 2021 | Original story from Pennsylvania State University

 
Genes for Beans: Revealing the Extremely Complicated Legume Genome

Illustration of a tree representing the legume family tree with branches representing the six subfamilies. On each branch are flowers or pods of species belonging to the subfamilies. The lines extending from the nutrient bag on the upper left corner indicate the positions of some of the proposed whole-genome duplications. Credit: Yiyong Zhao, Chien-Hsun Huang, Hong Ma

 
 
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