Team IDs Fungi on Coffee Leaves in Search of Coffee Rust Control Candidates | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A sequencing-based analysis of fungal species on coffee plant leaves from farms in southern Mexico and central Puerto Rico has uncovered organisms that might eventually prove useful for thwarting another fungus: the coffee rust-causing pathogen Hemileia vastatrix.

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