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Scientists unveil wild wheat genome sequence boost food production wrbm large

Scientists hope to use sequenced wheat genome to cut pesticide use, but anti-GMO activists may slow progress

Santiago Montiveros | 
After 13 years of study, a consortium .... of .... 60 countries [sequenced] the wheat genome. [T]he scientific community now ...
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