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Caption: KA2-101, a specially bred cacao cultivar, was developed by the Cacao and Coconut Research Institute in Papua New Guinea. KA2-101 was one of the parents used to map the cacao genome, and is also used in the production of commercial seed.
Credit: Photo by Ray Schnell, USDA-ARS
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