SNS researchers help stopping devastating tree disease

Researchers revealed the genome sequence of a devastating tree pathogen. The disease threatens the Scandinavian broadleaf forests and this new knowledge can help stop it!   The new genome resource can be used in future population genomic studies for identification of haplotypes and alleles, and in identifying which effectors may…

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Fifteen ways to improve the Nordic bioeconomy

Nordic bioeconomy is heading towards a future with refreshed energy! Since Wednesday there is a strategy to lift and support every Nordic step for a sustainable society. The new action plan gives the Nordic Region a still leading role in the work to create a sustainable society. It is meant to…

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Forestry and fungi – a neglected relationship

The consequences of forestry on fungal communities are seldom up to discussion in the debate, but new results indicate that logging have long-term impacts on important fungal groups. Disturbing the fungal balance may even lead to nutrient deficiency and reduced tree growth. This topic is one of many where researchers…

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