CSU Professor Geoff Gurr unveils origin of diamondback moth in genetic study

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May 15 2020 - 3:00pm
BIRTHPLACE: Charles Sturt University Professor of Applied Ecology Geoff Gurr helps discover Diamondback moth (inset) and caterpillar (inset) origin. Photo: SUPPLIED
BIRTHPLACE: Charles Sturt University Professor of Applied Ecology Geoff Gurr helps discover Diamondback moth (inset) and caterpillar (inset) origin. Photo: SUPPLIED

More than 500 diamondback moths from 114 locations across 55 countries has contributed to a landmark search to analyse the full genomes and trace the origin of the agricultural pest.

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