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  • Study: Crop rotation-resistant rootworms have a lot going on in their guts

    University of Illinois eco-physiologist Manfredo Seufferheld and his colleagues found substantial differences in gene expression between rotation-resistant rootworms and those that are susceptible to crop rotation.

    University of Illinois eco-physiologist Manfredo Seufferheld and his colleagues found substantial differences in gene expression between rotation-resistant rootworms and those that are susceptible to crop rotation.

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  • Editor's note: To reach Manfredo Seufferheld, call 217-979-3052; email seufferh@illinois.edu.

    The paper, “Patterns of differential gene expression in adult rotation-resistant and wild-type western corn rootworm digestive tracts,” is available online or from the U. of I. News Bureau.