Vitamin E in Maize Could Lead to More Nutritious Crop

12:00 EST 8 Nov 2017 | ISAAA

Scientists from Cornell University and colleagues from other institutions have identified genes that control Vitamin E content in the maize grain. The researchers used different types of genetic association analyses to identify 14 genes across the maize genome involved in the synthesis of vitamin E. Six genes were newly discovered to encode protein...

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