To inoculate or not to inoculate? Predicting crop yield increases after microbiome engineering with mycorrhizal fungi
Microbiome engineering has large potential for sustainable agriculture. Here we demonstrate that field inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi can promote crop yield and inoculations success can be predicted using soil microbiome indicators.
We show that Cntnap2 KO rats, a preclinical model for neurodevelopmental disorder, have intact startle scaling, but disrupted sound scaling in response to a prepulse, confirming that there are two independent scaling processes causing prepulse inhibition of startle.
Dr. Laibao Liu, a Postdoctoral Research Scientist at ETH Zurich, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Microbial life in the deep subsurface redefines the limits of life in the face of energy limitation and heat stress. Who survives deep down, and how? A deep-drilling expedition to hydrothermal Guaymas Basin is exploring these questions from multiple angles.