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Study confirms all Arabica coffee diversity is derived from a single ancestral plant

PORTLAND, OR, U.S. – A new study published today used modern genetics tools to trace the history of the Coffea arabica species, the most...

Here is how Coffea Arabica originated from a single super plant 10,000 year ago

MILAN – Arabica coffee probably appeared in southwestern Ethiopia, where it now grows in mountain zones, in the understorey of primary or secondary forests....

illycaffè and Lavazza release first full genome sequence for coffee

A partnership led by illycaffè and Lavazza, together with Istituto di Genomica Applicata, IGA Technology Services, DNA Analytica, and the universities of Trieste,  Udine,...

How genetics can help us understand the evolutionary history of coffee

YORBA LINDA, Ca U.S. – Coffea arabica accounts for 70 percent of world coffee production and is threatened by various biotic and abiotic factors. During this educational webinar, participants will learn about the importance of genomics for understanding the complex evolutionary history of coffee, as well as gain a better understanding ...

Growing your own coffee beans in New Zealand – it’s not impossible

Waking up, picking a handful of beans from the coffee bush on the coffee table, a quick roast, grind and brew, and a homegrown...

First public genome sequence for Coffea Arabica released

The first public genome sequence for Coffea arabica, the species responsible for more than 70 percent of global coffee production, was released yesterday by...

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