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How Plants Differentiate Microbial Friends and Foes

News   Aug 10, 2020 | Original story from Aarhus University

 
How Plants Differentiate Microbial Friends and Foes

Scientists have discovered that legumes use small, well-defined motifs in LysM receptors to read signals produced by both pathogenic and symbiotic microbes. Credit: Christina Krönauer and Damiano Lironi, Aarhus University.

 
 
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