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Genetically Engineered Rice Transports Micronutrients More Efficiently

13:00 EDT 13 Jun 2018 | ISAAA

Researchers from ETH Zurich led by Navreet Bhullar from the Institute of Molecular Plant Biology have genetically modified (GM) one of the most commonly grown varieties of rice. The ETH researchers developed rice lines with iron increases equaling more than 90% of the recommended iron content and up to 170% of the recommended content for zinc in ri...

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