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Genetics Unzipped podcast – 005 – Vegetable soup

Posted by , on 31 January 2019

Picture: Photographic plate from Raphael Weldon’s 1902 paper in Biometrika.
Picture: Photographic plate from Raphael Weldon’s 1902 paper in Biometrika.

In the latest episode of Genetics Unzipped, Kat Arney is exploring some more of the leading 100 ideas in genetics. She’s been digging around in the genetic vegetable patch in search of flavourful GM tomatoes, chunky onion genomes and Mendelian peas.

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