Just outside the village of Tobermory, Ontario, in a protected area called Bruce Peninsula National Park, there lives a small population of a tiny plant called the Hill’s Thistle.
GRIPPs Innovation in Plant Tissue Culture Technologies Spurs Industry Support through Gryphon’s LAAIR Growing Forward 2 Program
Research is underway at the University of Guelph to speed up how quickly and efficiently a plant can be reproduced
Dr. Praveen Saxena is the founder and director of GRIPP and manages the institute’s research activities. For over 20 years, his Plant Cell Technology Laboratory (PCTL) at the University of Guelph has focused on investigating the mechanisms which direct in
Since arriving in North America from Europe in 1930, Dutch elm disease has wiped out 95 per cent of this continent’s population of American elms, the immense and towering trees that, particularly in the U.S., once provided shady relief to
Scientists at the University of Guelph have found a way to successfully clone American elm trees that have survived repeated epidemics of their biggest killer -- Dutch elm disease. The breakthrough, published March 29 in the Canadian Journal of Forest Research,