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Smuts, bunts and ergots

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Sandra Chapman, who is a plant pathologist at NIAB , will talk about the pathogens on grasses and cereals whose life cycles are completely tied to the seed of their hosts. These used to be devastating, but have now been brought under control, though ergot has re-emerged.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.

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