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Unwrapping the chocolate genome

A group of researchers led and funded by McLean-based candy company Mars is nearly done sequencing the genome of the cacao tree, which produces the seeds used to make chocolate.

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Sweet! DNA of chocolate is nearly decoded
Article | Scientists have painstakingly mapped the DNA of human beings, corn, turkeys - and now chocolate.

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