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Rice that reproduces as a clone could be an agricultural breakthrough

Scientists at University of California, Davis, have solved the problem of propagating cloned, hybrid plants from seed -- a long-sought discovery with big implications for global agriculture. It could make it easier for the world's poorest farmers to grow high-yielding, disease-resistant or climate-tolerant crops and save their seeds for future use.

Provided by University of California, Davis
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