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    Research: Phys.Org: Wild wheat genome sequencing provides 'time tunnel' capable of boosting future food production and safety
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Friday, July 07, 2017

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    A global team of researchers has published the first-ever Wild Emmer wheat genome sequence in Science magazine. Wild Emmer wheat is the original form of nearly all the domesticated wheat in the world, including durum (pasta) and bread wheat. Wild emmer is too low-yielding to be of use to farmers today, but it contains many attractive characteristics that are being used by plant breeders to improve wheat.
    Source: phys.org/news[...].html

    Full article: science.sciencemag.org/cont[...].full

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