Tuesday, November 21 from noon to 1:00pm
Even the healthiest trees harbor fungi and other microorganisms, including both pathogens (which weaken and kill organisms) and saprotrophs (which consume dead tissues). In the era of DNA-based assessments, we are now learning that the diversity of these organisms in trees can be staggering. What we do not yet know, however, is how to predict the emergence and subsequent effects of these ‘endophyte’ organisms in managed and natural forests. Improving these predictions is a goal in the Schilling laboratory and the context for this webinar.
Speaker: Jonathan Schilling, UMN Plant & Microbial Biology
Registration: Register here to watch online or attend one of the broadcast site locations for free.
Update: Watch a recording of the webinar on YouTube.