Contact: Diana Yates
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Caption: Adam Davis (left) of the US Department of Agriculture, Illinois Natural History Survey, postdoctoral researcher Richard Lankau (center) and INHS plant ecologist Greg Spyreas found that the invasive garlic mustard plant produces lower levels of a defensive toxin after about three decades in a new location.
Credit: Photo by L. Brian Stauffer, U. of I. News Bureau.
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