University of Guelph Launches $11.3M Project for Dry Beans | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News)— The University of Guelph on Friday launched a multi-university research project to improve the dry bean industry.

The project involves nine researchers from three universities who plan to produce a draft genome sequence for dry beans and to develop genetic markers for improved varieties of dry beans, especially disease-resistant beans.

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