Seed size Is controlled by maternally produced small RNAs

| May 8, 2012
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Seed size is controlled by small RNA molecules inherited from a plant’s mother, a discovery from scientists at The University of Texas at Austin that has implications for agriculture and understanding plant evolution.

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