Good Germs–Bad Germs: Microbiomes in Humans and Plants

The microbiome is “a newly discovered and largely unexplored organ” with a huge metabolic capacity. As much as human health depends on the gut microbiome, plant health depends on the soil microbiome. In fact, plants have been described as organisms that have their gut on the outside.

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