The Molecular World of Aphid Feeding – Professor Gerald Reeck, Kansas State University
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Professor Gerald Reeck and his team at Kansas State University are investigating the molecular basis of aphid herbivory, including suppression of plant defences, using powerful methods of molecular genetics. This research is important for developing new aphid-pest resistance strategies for crop plants.
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