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April 01, 2010
Research director Francis Martin inspects hazelnut tree roots in a greenhouse at the INRA (French National...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Research director Martin inspects hazelnut tree roots in a greenhouse at the INRA in Champenoux near...
Research director Francis Martin inspects hazelnut tree roots in a greenhouse at the INRA (French National Agronomical Research Institute) laboratory in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Senior scientist Claude Murat uses liquid nitrogen to extract DNA from a sample of truffle at a INRA...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Senior scientist Claude Murat uses liquid nitrogen to extract DNA from a sample of truffle at a laboratory...
Senior scientist Claude Murat uses liquid nitrogen to extract DNA from a sample of truffle at a INRA laboratory (French National Agronomical Research Institute) in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by research director Francis Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Senior scientist Claude Murat displays samples of frozen Tuber Melanosporum, the Perigord black truffle...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Senior scientist Claude Murat displays samples of truffles at a INRA laboratory in Champenoux near Nancy...
Senior scientist Claude Murat displays samples of frozen Tuber Melanosporum, the Perigord black truffle (R) and Chinese truffle (L), at the INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research) laboratory in Champenoux, near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, led by research director Francis Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate its natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE ENVIRONMENT - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Research director Francis Martin inspects hazelnut tree roots in a greenhouse at the INRA (French National...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Research director Martin inspects hazelnut tree roots in a greenhouse at the INRA in Champenoux near...
Research director Francis Martin inspects hazelnut tree roots in a greenhouse at the INRA (French National Agronomical Research Institute) laboratory in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Senior scientist Claude Murat looks at DNA fingerprints of truffles at the INRA (French National Agronomical...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Senior scientist Murat looks at DNA fingerprints of truffles at a laboratory of the INRA in Champenoux...
Senior scientist Claude Murat looks at DNA fingerprints of truffles at the INRA (French National Agronomical Research Institute) laboratory in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by research director Francis Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Senior scientist Claude Murat uses liquid nitrogen to extract DNA from a sample of truffle at a INRA...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Senior scientist Claude Murat uses liquid nitrogen to extract DNA from a sample of truffle at a laboratory...
Senior scientist Claude Murat uses liquid nitrogen to extract DNA from a sample of truffle at a INRA laboratory (French National Agronomical Research Institute) in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by research director Francis Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Senior scientist Claude Murat slices through a truffle sample to prepare it for DNA extraction at a the...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Senior scientist Murat slices through a sample of truffle to prepare it for DNA extraction at the INRA...
Senior scientist Claude Murat slices through a truffle sample to prepare it for DNA extraction at a the INRA (French National Agronomical Research Institute) laboratory in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by research director Francis Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Samples of truffles (L to R), Chinese truffle, Perigord black truffle, Bourgogne truffle and Italian...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Samples of truffles are displayed at a laboratory of the INRA in Champenoux near Nancy
Samples of truffles (L to R), Chinese truffle, Perigord black truffle, Bourgogne truffle and Italian white truffle are displayed at the INRA (French National Agronomical Research Institute) laboratory in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by research director Francis Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Senior scientist Claude Murat displays samples of frozen Tuber Melanosporum, the Perigord black truffle...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Senior scientist Claude Murat displays samples of truffles at a INRA laboratory in Champenoux near Nancy...
Senior scientist Claude Murat displays samples of frozen Tuber Melanosporum, the Perigord black truffle (R) and Chinese truffle (L), at the INRA (French National Agronomical Research Institute) laboratory in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by research director Francis Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Research director Francis Martin inspects hazelnut tree roots in a greenhouse at the INRA (French National...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Research director Martin inspects hazelnut tree roots in a greenhouse at the INRA in Champenoux near...
Research director Francis Martin inspects hazelnut tree roots in a greenhouse at the INRA (French National Agronomical Research Institute) laboratory in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by research director Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Senior scientist Claude Murat uses liquid nitrogen to extract DNA from a sample of truffle at a INRA...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Senior scientist Claude Murat uses liquid nitrogen to extract DNA from a sample of truffle at a laboratory...
Senior scientist Claude Murat uses liquid nitrogen to extract DNA from a sample of truffle at a INRA laboratory (French National Agronomical Research Institute) in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by research director Francis Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SCI TECH)
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April 01, 2010
Senior scientist Claude Murat displays a sample of frozen Tuber Melanosporum (Perigord black truffle)...
CHAMPENOUX, France
Senior scientist Murat displays a sample of frozen Perigord black truffle at a INRA laboratory in Champenoux...
Senior scientist Claude Murat displays a sample of frozen Tuber Melanosporum (Perigord black truffle) at a INRA laboratory (French National Agronomical Research Institute) in Champenoux near Nancy, April 1, 2010. The INRA research unit, lead by research director Francis Martin, has sequenced the genome of the Perigord black truffle to better understand the symbiosis between trees and fungus, including truffles, to ameliorate it's natural growth. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SCI TECH)
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