Springtime for wheat starts with a gene that ‘sees’ light

Jun 30, 2014 Brad Hooker
Scientists from the University of California, Davis, have discovered the function of a gene that allows wheat to discern the length of each day and night. When they knocked out the gene, wheat flowering was delayed for more than 100 days.



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