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Jasmonic Acid Discovery has the Potential to Improve Crop Resistance

News   May 31, 2017 | Original story from University Utrecht

 
Jasmonic Acid Discovery has the Potential to Improve Crop Resistance

On the left a 'normal' plant reacting to an infection by a fungus. The plant to the right of which the enzymes controlling Jasmonic acid are deactivated.

 
 
 

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