Norway spruce genome sequenced: Largest ever to be mapped

Wednesday, May 22, 2013 - 12:50 in Biology & Nature

Scientists have mapped the gene sequence of Norway spruce (the Christmas tree) -- a species with huge economic and ecological importance -- and that is the largest genome to have ever been mapped. The genome is complex and seven times larger than that of humans.

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