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It’s Not Easy Being Green

News   Mar 19, 2019 | Original story by Princeton University

 
It’s Not Easy Being Green

To build the library, researchers grew tens of thousands of strains of algae in plastic plates. The project, which took nine years, allows researchers to explore genes involved in photosynthesis and other aspects of plant biology. Credit: Princeton University

 
 
 

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