This Week in Nature

In Nature this week, an international team presents a reference genome for the eucalyptus tree Eucalyptus grandis. They also report a comparison of the genome to sequences from forest trees and domesticated woody plants, and re-sequenced plants from both E. grandis and a sister species grown in temperate climates.

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