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Corn dwarfed by temperature dip suitable for growing in caves, mines

May 30, 2014
Cary Mitchell, Professor of Horticulture, said the technique could be particularly useful for growing transgenic crops to produce high value medicinal products such as antibodies for the budding plant-derived industrial and pharmaceutical compounds industry.

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