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Japanese Scientists Genetically Engineer A True Blue Chrysanthemum

13:00 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | ISAAA

Researchers led by plant biologist Naonobu Noda at the National Agriculture and Food Research Organization in Tsukuba, Japan have genetically engineered the world's first true blue chrysanthemum. True blue flowers are rare in nature, and occur only in selected species such as morning glories and delphiniums. True blue requires complex chemistry. An...

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