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The sense of water -- and nitrogen: Studies uncover genome-wide responses that limit crop growth

20:00 EDT 25 Mar 2019 | AAAS

(New York University) A team of researchers has tested how each gene within the genome of rice--one of the world's most important staple crops--senses and responds to combinations of water and nutrients.

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