Increase of beta-carotene in corn improves human health

Monday, March 22, 2010 - 18:28 in Health & Medicine

( -- A Michigan State University researcher is among a team of scientists that have uncovered the mechanism by which the amount of beta-carotene, or provitamin A, is increased in corn, a finding that can help combat vitamin A deficiency and improve human health in the developing world.

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