Team maps genome for potential fuel source

It took the work of more than 100 researchers, including Samuel Hazen, assistant professor of Biology, for the journal Nature last week to be able to publish the entire genome of the model grass commonly known as purple false brome.

It is the first member of this economically important grass family – which is being eyed as potential fuel source – to have its DNA fully sequenced...

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