Study Could Spawn Better Ways to Combat Crop-Killing Fungus

News   May 21, 2018 | Original Press Release From Rutgers University

 
Study Could Spawn Better Ways to Combat Crop-Killing Fungus

Ning Zhang, associate professor in the Department of Plant Biology and the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, holds a Petri dish with switchgrass seedlings inoculated with root-associated fungi. The computer screen shows a microscopic cross section of the reproductive structure of a plant-associated fungus. Credit: Nick Romanenko/Rutgers University

 
 
 

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