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Nottingham plays key role in sequencing the tomato genome

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Published on Jun 1, 2012

A plant scientist from The University of Nottingham has played a key role in the sequencing of the tomato genome. Professor Graham Seymour, from the School of Biosciences, is among a group of over 300 scientists from 14 countries that has sequenced the genomes of the domesticated tomato and its wild ancestor.

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