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Clayton Nevins - 7/21/21 - Shared screen with speaker view
Andy Ogram
01:03:41
Clayton, Great talk! A question: why didn’t the control sites have biocrusts? Did you remove biocrust, or did it not form for some (?) reason? Also, why do you think the fungi were more responsive to biocrusts than bacteria?
steven hohman
01:04:10
Awesome presentation man, congrats!
Andy Ogram
01:05:23
OK thanks!
Ashton Woods (Pronouns: Name Only)
01:07:06
A very informative talk! Question: when considering biocrust for agroecosystems, could there be a possibility of new crop diseases or fungal plant infections to emerge from the introduction of the biocrust?
Ashton Woods (Pronouns: Name Only)
01:08:12
thank you
Kira Sorochkina
01:08:47
Great job, Clayton!
Kaile Zhang
01:09:02
Great work, Clayton!
Alex Bijak
01:09:37
Great talk!
Kate Reardon
01:09:55
Excellent work! Congratulations!
kanru
01:10:30
great work Clayton!
Ashton Woods (Pronouns: Name Only)
01:11:49
Question: there was a slide that mentioned the profile of bacteria found in the biocrust and their role of nitrification in the biocrust. Since bacillus was present and works as a denitrifier, could the removal of bacillus strains from the biocrust allow for more success in nitrification of treated agroecosystems where the biocrust is introduced?
Heather Donnelly (she/her)
01:14:26
Great job Clayton!
Gabriel Maltais Landry (he/him)
01:14:30
Great job Clayton!
Ashton Woods (Pronouns: Name Only)
01:14:39
Thank you Clayton!