A new method developed at the UCO has tested how substances secreted by the roots of olive trees impact infection by the Verticillium dahliae fungus, and studied its effects on different varieties of olive trees

A dose of 20 mg per liter is ideal to increase the level of silicon in olive trees, according to a study by the Agronomy Department at the University of Cordoba

The UCO publishes a review of the nitrogen metabolism adaptations that allowed the most abundant photosynthetic organism on Earth, marine cyanobacteria, to survive in environments very poor in nutrients

The results indicate that the level of virus exposure is higher among captive lynxes than those in the wild

The European LIFE ScrubsNet project, in which the UCO is participating, is working on the conservation of vegetation and the mitigation of climate change

The study, carried out by the Silvadapt network, demonstrates that silvicultural practices, such as thinning, help forests adapt to future conditions spawned by climate change

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