Phytophthora infestans: An interactome exposes a master manipulator
Phytophthora infestans is a mold-like oomycete pathogen, notoriously known for triggering the Irish potato famine in 1845. Almost two centuries later, scientists are still trying to unravel how exactly this organism makes plants sick.
Healthy Plants – Healthy People – Healthy Planet
Healthy Plants, Healthy People, Healthy Planet (HP³) is our vision for achieving a safer, healthier and more sustainable future through the power of plant and microbial science.
How the tomato avoids entanglements with a dodder
Researchers from Tübingen and The Sainsbury Laboratory uncover the mechanism which triggers host plant resistance against parasitic plants.
Nornex Report on Ash Dieback Published
Open access to data has enhanced the ability of the scientific community to respond to emerging threats like ash dieback disease.
TSL & JIC scientists use CRISPR to edit crop genes – subsequent generations contain no transgenes
TSL & JIC scientists use CRISPR technology to edit crop genes - subsequent generations contain no transgenes