In this file photo, David Clark, University of Florida professor of environmental horticulture, examines genetically manipulated roses in a greenhouse on UF’s Gainesville campus. By understanding the genetic underpinnings of scent, Clark and his colleagues are able to “tune” flower fragrances without affecting their appearance.
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