A seed contains both a plant embryo and the sugars necessary to power its growth. The amount of sugars that fill a seed directly determines the seed's size. Until now, a direct link between the biochemistry of the seed-filling processes and crop domestication has remained elusive.
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Breeding higher yielding crops by increasing sugar import into seeds
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