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Maize Genome: ISU's Plant Sciences Institute Researchers Provide Understanding to Maize Genome Sequence


November 19, 2009

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Iowa State University Plant Sciences Institute researchers contributed to the raw data assembly and much of the ongoing functional analysis work for this multiinstitutional, $32 million, National Science Foundation-funded effort to sequence the maize genome. Full Story

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