By Andrea Anderson

SAN DIEGO (GenomeWeb News) – At the annual Plant and Animal Genome conference here this weekend, members of the International Citrus Genomics Consortium announced that they have finished sequencing and assembling the diploid genome of the sweet orange and the haploid genome of the Clementine mandarin.

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