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Plant Gene Discovery May Help Reduce Fertilizer Pollution in Waterways

News   Sep 03, 2019 | Original story from the Boyce Thompson Institute

 
Plant Gene Discovery May Help Reduce Fertilizer Pollution in Waterways

Boyce Thompson Institute researchers used Brachypodium distachyon (left) and Medicago truncatula (right) to discover the roles of two genes in root colonization by symbiotic fungi. Credit: Mike Carroll/BTI

 
 
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