Researchers put some of the wild back into domesticated wheat — Scientific Inquirer

Kansas State University scientists are part of a breakthrough study in which an international team of researchers has successfully deciphered all 10 billion letters in the genetic code of a wild ancestor of wheat. Their work is published in Science Magazine. “The relative of wheat is called wild emmer, which is one of the founding […]

via Researchers put some of the wild back into domesticated wheat — Scientific Inquirer

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