File:Bacteria used to make wheat seeds nearly immune to wheat take-all.jpg

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English: "Wheat seeds treated with bacteria like those colonized in this petri dish are nearly immune to wheat take-all, a root-destroying fungal disease. The sequencing gel in the background bears the genetic code for bacterial enzymes that synthesize natural antibiotics."
Français : Ces grains de blé, modifiés génétiquement au moyen de bactéries comme celles qui ont colonisé la boîte de Pétri, sont quasiment immunisés contre une maladie fongique qui attaque les racines. Le gel de séquençage en arrière-plan présente le code génétique des enzymes bactériennes qui synthétisent des antibiotiques naturels.
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Author Jack Dykinga
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