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In Nature this week, a team from Wageningen University reports on the identification of a gene that regulates the initiation of tuber development and plant maturity in potatoes. The plant originated in the Andes and evolved short day-dependent tuber formation as a propagation strategy. In more northern latitudes such as the US and Europe, potatoes needed to adapt to being grown in long-day conditions.

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