Answer to Question #79462 in Cell Biology for rafie

Question #79462
why is the american chestnut susceptible to fungus while the Asian chestnut is not and how are scientist using this fact to help them create a solution to the problem?
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30.07.18, 14:15

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Allen Nichols
30.07.18, 03:09

The experts are not sure how the Asian trees protect themselves. But, SUNY-ESF, in Syracuse have inserted a gene from wheat to create a blight resistant tree that now has an enzyme that breaks down the acid from the fungus.

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