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Taming wild plants with CRISPR gene editing in quest to find new foods

Esperanza Shenstone, Nathan Reem | 
A pilot project with groundcherries demonstrates the huge potential in gene editing wild plants for food ...

Viewpoint: With reasonable regulation, we can turn wild plants into food with gene editing

Caitlin Curtis, James Hereward | 
The crops we rely on today have been bred over thousands of years to enhance certain characteristics. For example, sweetcorn ...
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Plant domestication takes decades. With CRISPR it could take two years

Tina Hesman Saey | 
Gene editing can speed up plant domestication, taming wild vines, bushes and grasses and turning them into new crops. Editing ...
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