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Agronomy & Horticulture Seminar – Tessa Durham Brooks

3:30 pm
Keim Hall Room: 150
1825 N 38th St
Lincoln NE 68503
Additional Info: KEIM
Kaye Wolfe,
Tessa Durham Brooks, associate professor of biology, Doane University, Crete, presents “Connecting Root Exudate Variation in Corn to Microbial Recruitment and Growth.” Root exudates are complex mixtures making up a chemical language for recruiting and establishing beneficial rhizosphere microbes. Rhizosphere microbes, in turn, help maintain the long-term health of the plant. Durham Brooks will highlight metabolomics and image-based approaches her lab and collaborators are using to begin to decipher these chemical messages.

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