Gene Banks Lack Wild Relatives of Key Crops

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Plant breeders around the world are growing increasingly dependent on using wild species of crops to help alter modern versions in order to increase yields and/or combat climate change. However, a new study indicates some wild species are not being protected in gene banks, which could be devastating for future plant breeding developments.

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