TEXAS A&M AgriLife Research is closing in on specific genetic traits in wheat that can help increase yields in the future.
Although the title of a recent paper published in the journal Crop Science, "Validation of Chromosomal Locations of 90K Array Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in U.S. Wheat," may sound confusing, lead scientist Dr. Shuyu Liu, AgriLife Research small grains geneticist in Amarillo, Texas, said it simply means the knowle
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