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Mapping a Vegetable Family Tree

News   Jul 09, 2019 | Original story from the University of Missouri

 
Mapping a Vegetable Family Tree

A team of multi-institution scientists led by the University of Missouri challenged prior theories of the origins of three vegetables -- canola, rutabaga and Siberian kale -- by mapping the genetic family tree of these leafy greens. Credit: University of Missouri.

 
 
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