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Tying Up Loose Threads in Cotton Genomics

News   Apr 21, 2020 | Original story from the Joint Genome Institute

 
Tying Up Loose Threads in Cotton Genomics

In the United States, 95 percent of the cotton grown is Gossypium hirsutum, known as Upland cotton. This image complements a news release from the DOE Joint Genome Institute regarding a Nature Genetics paper published April 20, 2020 reporting that a multi-institutional team has now sequenced and assembled the genomes of the five major cotton lineages. The genomes are available on JGI's plant data portal Phytozome. Credit: Cotton Inc.

 
 
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