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Video: Striving to save Florida’s struggling citrus industry with GMOs

Kevin Bouffard | 
Scientists are making progress toward breeding new citrus trees that better tolerate infection by the fatal bacterial disease citrus greening ...

Despite skepticism of industry in Florida, biotech offers solutions to Zika, citrus greening

Mary Hartney | 
One growing what kind of future [we're] going to have if activists block advances in the application of biotechnology ...
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Could CRISPR gene editing solve Florida’s growing citrus greening catastrophe?

Jack Payne | 
Welcome to the [Nian Wang] lab, the hub of one of the most promising areas of research on citrus greening ...
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RNA interference technology may help stop citrus greening disease

Kevin Bouffard | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. [Nabil] Killiny, an assistant ...

Mutation that makes tomatoes bland identified as gene deliberately bred for color

Gina Kolata | 
Plant geneticists say they have discovered an answer to a near universal question: Why are tomatoes usually so tasteless? ...
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