Mycorrhizal Colonization of Transgenic American Chestnut
What is it about?
This study determined that there were no significant differences in beneficial mycorrhizal colonization on the roots of the Darling 4 transgenic American chestnut compared to conventionally bred chestnut trees or other related species used in the study.
Why is it important?
This is one in a series of studies to confirm that the transgenic American chestnut trees with enhanced blight resistance are not significantly different than the wild type except for resistance.
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