Good Fungi Might Prove Even Better for Plant, Human Health

ScienceDaily (Mar. 2, 2011) — Researchers have come closer to understanding how a common fungus “makes its living in the soil,” which could lead to its possible “career change” as a therapeutic agent for plant and human health. That’s according to Dr. Charles Kenerley, Texas AgriLife Research plant pathologist, and a team of scientists from the U.S., India and France, whose study on Trichoderma virens is in February’s Journal of Biological Chemistry.

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