Date(s) - 04/20/2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve
Study of the Response of Trametes versicolor to Environmental Conditions through Measurement of Color Band Zonations in Wild and Cultured Fruiting Bodies
with Daniel Gillies
WPMC member and scholarship grant recipient Daniel Gillies will present his research on Trametes versicolor. Daniel is currently enrolled in the Fisheries and Wildlife program at Oregon State University. All current WPMC members will receive an email invitation to this Zoom event, which will be recorded and posted on our YouTube channel at a later date.
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