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Genetic road map may bring about better cotton crops


April 20, 2015

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A University of Texas at Austin scientist, working with an international research team, has developed the most precise sequence map yet of U.S. cotton and will soon create an even more detailed map for navigating the complex cotton genome.Full Story

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