At last, the tomato genome sequence comes to fruition

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For years scientists have slaved away, trying to piece together the genes that make up the ripe, red goodness that is the tomato. They have finally published the fleshy fruit’s genome in full.

View the original article here: At last, the tomato genome sequence comes to fruition – msnbc.com

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