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Date:11/12/2008

ely using natural variation to their advantage - to increase kernel size.

Funding from the National Science Foundation began last month for the study, which will also include educational components. North Carolina State University researcher Peter Balint-Kurti is a review co-author and study collaborator.

"The nice thing is knowing this idea is going to work," Weil said. ""The alleles, the variation in expression and the data to map them are already there. We will find a lot of things we expected and a whole lot of things we never even imagined."


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Contact: Beth Forbes
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