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Mutations in a circadian regulator contribute to crop adaptation

Ben Trevaskis CSIRO Plant Industry, Black Mountain ACT 2601, Australia Plants growing in temperate regions respond to seasonal changes in day length and temperature to coordinate flowering with optimal conditions. Variation in sensitivity or responsiveness to seasonal cues contributes to … Continue reading

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