Genetically engineered orange petunias on the market

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Teeri, Teemu; Bashandy, Hany;
(2017)

Main conclusion Unauthorized genetically engineered orange petunias were found on the market. Genetic engineering of petunia was shown to lead to novel flower color some 20 years ago. Here we show that petunia lines with orange flowers, generated for scientific purposes... View more
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