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  • Indian mustard, like these yellow flowered plants, is an important agricultural crop in many parts of the world. It is also a Brassica plant that shares a bitter taste with other cruciferous plants like broccoli and cabbage. Researchers from three continents -- including biologists from Washington University in St. Louis -- have mapped the crystal structure of a key protein that makes the metabolites responsible for the bitter taste in Brassicas.
    Soon Goo Lee
    Indian mustard, like these yellow flowered plants, is an important agricultural crop in many parts of the world. It is also a Brassica plant that shares a bitter taste with other cruciferous plants like broccoli and cabbage. Researchers from three continents -- including biologists from Washington University in St. Louis -- have mapped the crystal structure of a key protein that makes the metabolites responsible for the bitter taste in Brassicas.
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