The year in genomes

By decoding genetic instruction manuals, scientists got a deep look at a wide array of organisms


From the boldly colored orchid to the towering loblolly pine, scientists this year cracked open a variety of genetic instruction manuals to learn about some of Earth’s most diverse inhabitants.


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