This Week in PNAS | GenomeWeb

This Week in PNAS

This week in the PNAS Early Edition, an international research team led by investigators at the University of British Columbia reports "insights, from genome and transcriptome analyses, into how [Grosmannia clavigera] tolerates conifer-defense chemicals, including oleoresin terpenoids, as they colonize a host tree." G. clavigera, the authors note, is a "critical component of" the current mountain pine beetle outbreak, as it is in symbiosis with mountain pine beetle, but pathogenic in lodgepole pine trees.

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