Genes underlying the key domestication process in sorghum and other cereals

Monday, May 14, 2012 - 13:00 in Mathematics & Economics

A study by a team of university and government scientists led by a Kansas State University researcher, indicates that genes responsible for seed shattering -- the process by which grasses disseminate their seeds -- were under parallel selection during sorghum, rice and maize domestication.

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