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Susan McCouch is building a new rice breeding strategy with wild strains

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Published on Mar 5, 2012

As challenges to the world's rice crop grow, professor Susan McCouch, graduate student Janelle Jung, and other researchers at Cornell are collaborating across disciplines to ensure this vital crop's future. Wild rice strains, the ancestors of cultivated rice, hold the key to ensuring that this staple crop, which provides more than a fifth of calories consumed across the globe, will thrive in a changing environment.

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