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Dr. Irene Newton - Friends with benefits: protective microbial symbiosis in the honey bee

"The most important agricultural insect, the honey bee, houses multiple bacterial symbionts that provide distinct benefits under environmental stress. Our lab has been at the forefront of…

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VEN290 S2023 - The Links Between Vineyard Site, Microbiota, and Fermentation Outcomes by Melissa Peabody

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The Weird World of Pathogens, Microbes, and Meat-Eating Bees

Quinn McFrederick, an assistant professor at UC Riverside, Speaks on "The Weird World of Pathogens, Microbes, and Meat-Eating Bees" at a Jan.18 seminar hosted by the UC Davis Entomology and…

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2022 WAC November 15th - Panel Questions 7

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Nicole Tautges 2022 WAC - Soil Health & Biological Benefits of Alfalfa Rotations

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Bodega Marine Laboratory Seminar Series: Dr. Maggie Sogin

John & Mary Louise Riley Bodega Marine Laboratory Seminar Series: Dr. Maggie Sogin: "Metabolites shape host-microbe interactions in the sea" About the Speaker: Maggie is an…

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Seed Central Express Feb 11, 2021

Seed Central Express Feb 11, 2021

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Preparing to Breastfeed_Part 1

Resources for the course can be found HEREPowerpoint slides can be found HERE

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UC Davis Viticulture and Enology Virtually On the Road in Stanislaus County_July 27, 2020

Faculty from the Department of Viticulture and Enology presented their research, their proposed research, and some timely information for wine industry professionals. The speakers for this program…

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Vaccines and therapeutics Friday discussion

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Metagenomics and bioremediation

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Metagenomics and microbiome lecture

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Town Hall 2 Prof. Jonathan Eisen

Dr Jonathan Eisen is a Professor at the University of California, Davis with appointments in the Department of Evolution and Ecology, the Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, and the…

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Soil fertility Past and Present (Part 2)

Part two of lecture on Soil fertility Past and Present topic in Chapter 1 of the text.

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Robert Hungate

Name: Robert E. Hungate Interviewer: Richard J. Blanchard Date Interviewed: 12/9/1993 Date Appointed: 1956 Date Retired: abt 1988 Department: Microbiology In this conversation , Emeritus…

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