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8:03 AM | December 22, 2012
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Conifers such as the spruce, pine, and fir are familiar sights in sitting rooms at this time of year, but what is perhaps less familiar is that the genomes of these Christmas trees have remained relatively stable for the last 100 million years, according to Jean Bousquet and his group at the Université Laval Québec.

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loveofscience2012-12-24 01:07:46
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Time to trim the tree and then read up on its genome.

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