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Dutch Scientists Decode Tulip Genome, The Biggest Genome Ever Sequenced

12:00 EST 8 Nov 2017 | ISAAA

The genome of tulip (Tulipa gesneriana) has been sequenced by scientists from three Dutch organizations namely BaseClear, Generade, and Dümmen Orange. Cracking the genome of tulip will help scientists to breed better tulips, and produce them faster and more sustainable.The genome of tulip is the biggest genome that has ever been sequenced. Its size...

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