Bayer teams up with KeyGene to enhance crop traits

04/25/2013 | Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

KeyGene and Bayer CropScience will work together to find genes related with crop traits such as drought resistance using the former's KeySeeQ platform. Their goal is to enhance traits in major agricultural crops. The partners will apply their discoveries first to wheat, oilseed rape, rice and cotton.

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