A Little Help from the Chestnut's Friends | GenomeWeb

The American chestnut used to tower in forests on the East Coast of the US until a blight imported along with Asian chestnuts decimated them, but with genetic help from other plants, Scientific American's David Biello says the American chestnut may make a comeback.

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