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The New Green Revolution

Mycorrhizal fungi-plant partnerships came about 400 million years ago and are still around today. Learn about how they evolved

 

 

 

 

An ancient hidden partnership

The history and evolution of mycorrhizal fungal associations with plants. This video is part of the SGM's 'New Green Revolution' exhibit at Chelsea Flower Show which showcases the microbe-plant interactions that could be harnessed to help improve future food security.

Nitrogen Cycle

Learn about the stages of the nitrogen cycle and the role of microbes in it. This animation formed part of the display on the SGM exhibit 'The New Green Revolution' at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2012 which focused on beneficial plant-microbe interactions and their potential to enhance food security.

Arbuscular mychorrizas

Learn about the interaction between plant roots and arbuscular mychorrizal fungi. This animation formed part of the display on the SGM exhibit 'The New Green Revolution' at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2012 which focused on beneficial plant-microbe interactions and their potential to enhance food security.

Root nodule formation

Rhizobia bacteria in the soil fix nitrogen inside root nodules - find out how they're formed! This animation formed part of the display on the SGM exhibit 'The New Green Revolution' at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2012 which focused on beneficial plant-microbe interactions and their potential to enhance food security.

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