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Mutualistic Co-evolution of Type III Effector Genes in Sinorhizobium fredii and Bradyrhizobium japonicum

The following BPP high achieving undergrads are Jamie Coggins, Emily Day, Cole Ditzler, Erin Ferree, Jeannie Klein, Elizabeth McWilliams, Caitlyn O’Mealy, Lauren Pittis, Leah Platt, Morgan Schneider, Emily Sykes......

Oregon State University has been named a partner on a $10 million grant that aims to further the understanding of the molecular interactions and genes in crops that include rice and corn.

An Oregon State University effort to identify genes that help poplar trees grow in marginal land received a $1.4 million boost from the U.S. Department of Energy and Office of Biological and Environmental Research on 7/25/2012.