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This year, our design team aims to engineer a plant which will have an increased tolerance for low temperature stress, and be able to utilize accumulated forms of organic phosphorus, which otherwise would not be available to the plant.

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Since 2005, the UToronto iGEM Team has gathered members from across disciplines in order to conceptualize, design, and build genetic constructs that push the boundaries of synthetic biology.


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