It took a group of more than 200 researchers from 20 countries (IWGSC) around 13 years to decipher the complex genome of wheat almost completely. Thanks to these new findings, we can now hope not only to be able to breed new, high-yielding wheat species more quickly in the near future but also to breed out allergens.
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