Image:Inspecting sugar beet plants.jpg

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Root-rotting fungi can weaken, stunt, or kill sugar beet plants. Here, geneticist Leonard Panella inspects sugar beet plants, which are resistant to the fungal disease Rhizoctonia root rot, for pollen fertility.

Photo by Scott Bauer.


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