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This Week in Nature

In Nature this week, a multinational team of researchers publishes an analysis of the bread wheat genome, identifying genes associated with crop productivity and finding that these families have grown in size, potentially because of selection during domestication. Despite the importance of bread wheat to global human populations, the size and polyploid complexity of its genome has stymied genomic analysis.

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