Southern Crop

Southern Crop

Bioengineering of Wheat Still Faces Significant Challenges

“Everything that my lab has produced is down in the basement.” That is how Peggy G. Lemaux, Ph.D., described the decades of work on genetic engineering (G.M.O.s) and genetic editing she and her colleagues at the University of California’s Plant & Microbiology have produced.

 

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