Citrus Greening Transcriptome Study Hints at Mechanism, Possible Treatments | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Infection with the citrus disease huanglongbing wreaks havoc on both plants' ability to regulate their sugar metabolism and their hormonal networks, according to a study appearing in PLOS One yesterday.

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