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English: To increase the genetic diversity of U.S. corn, the Germplasm Enhancement for Maize (GEM) project seeks to combine exotic germplasm, such as this unusually colored and shaped maize from Latin America, with domestic corn lines.
Deutsch: Maiskolben
Date Last Modified: 05/23/2006
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Author Keith Weller, USDA


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