Researchers from New Mexico State University's Chile Pepper Institute and South Korea have developed the first high-resolution draft of the chile pepper genome. New data from the genome map could eventually help end "unnecessary" cases of blindness by giving breeders the information they need to determine how to breed chile peppers with higher levels of vitamin A... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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