After comparing 90 varieties of spelt with 9 varieties of modern, common wheat, a study by the UCO concluded that the marked heterogeneity characterizing the nutritional compounds of the different varieties makes it impossible to state that one species is healthier than the other

After analyzing the relationships between the dominant species of Colletotrichum in Spain and Portugal, a study by the Department of Agronomy at the UCO suggests that pathogens, once established, are difficult to displace, even by other more competitive ones.

A scientific study uses genetic manipulation techniques to reduce the virulence of Fusarium oxysporum, one of the most important pathogens in the world, inflicting millions of dollars in agricultural losses.

According to an international investigation in which the UCO has participated, the best time to apply biopesticides against locust infestations is when they have not yet entered their adult stage

A UCO study shows that the FO12 strain of the Fusarium oxysporum fungus improves cucumber plants' responses to iron deficiencies, promoting their growth without having to resort to environmentally harmful products

After verifying its potential as a pest biocontrol agent, a team at the University of Cordoba unraveled the mechanisms used by the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium brunneum to increase iron acquisition in melon and cucumber

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