Following an ambitious multi-year effort, researchers have assembled and annotated the genome of the coast redwood, an iconic species and the world’s tallest tree. Sequencing the genome is fundamental to various efforts, including better understanding the tree’s adaptive potential. 

As new technologies have developed over the last decade, decoding conifer genomes, which are large and difficult to . . .

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