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A Wild Way to Boost Wheat Yields

In the face of climate change, improving wheat varieties is essential to maintain yields—and genebanks are at the center of the process, a new study shows.

Published in a special issue of the journal Food Security, the study used large-scale datasets to trace the transfer of the genetic material in goat grass, a wild relative of wheat, into improved wheat varieties.

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