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How oak death spores survive baffles scientists

September 20, 2009

The San Francisco Chronicle recently reported the progress of research on Sudden Oak Death, studied by the Forest Pathology and Mycology Lab at CNR. Researchers led by Cooperative Extension Specialist Matteo Garbelotto comment on the difficulties of understanding how and why the spore survives. The original article on Sudden Oak Death in the San Francisco Chronicle.

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