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Whatever happened to GM wheat?

Nature Biotechnology volume 27, pages 974976 (2009) | Download Citation

Agribusiness is taking another run at transgenic wheat after shelving its programs five years ago because of concerns from farmers, trade organizations and even state governments about market acceptance. Will there be a market this time? Jeffrey Fox investigates.

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