Researchers make progress in creating a seedless cherimoya


Issue Date: March 16, 2011

The cherimoya, or custard apple, and its close relations the sugar apple and soursop, have lots of big, awkward seeds, making them unattractive to consumers. Now, new research by plant scientists in the United States and Spain could show how to make this and other fruits seedless.

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