Once upon a time, something like a cabbage and a turnip-like plant engaged in a very “fortuitous cross pollination” and a new species was born, first known as oilseed rape, and then further cross-bred to become the human-consumption form, canola. It’s this cross-pollination so long ago that has made mapping of the canola genome a… Read More


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