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A new, highly detailed reference genome for maize reveals the plant's remarkable regulatory flexibility. This not only helps explain why maize has been so successful since its adaptation by agriculturalists thousands of years ago, but also bodes well for its ability to grow in new places as the earth’s climate changes, and for increasing the plant’s productivity and environmental sustainability in the U.S. and abroad. Read more
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