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Modeling tool IDs genes that control stress response in plants


September 29, 2015

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An interdisciplinary team of researchers at North Carolina State University and the University of California, Davis, has developed a modeling algorithm able to identify genes associated with specific biological functions in plants. The modeling tool will help plant biologists target individual genes that control how plants respond to drought, high temperatures or other environmental stressors.Full Story

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