NEW YORK — An astraea plant from the U.S. has shown promise as an antibiotic for bacterial infections.

The plant, known as Astraaea tricornis, was recently identified in a study published in the journal Nature Plants.

The new study was conducted by a team of scientists from the University of Michigan and University of Toronto.

The team discovered that the astraaea rhizomatase, or astraempyrinase, which is found in the plant, was effective in killing two types of bacteria.

It is the first study to demonstrate astraema root’s potential as an antimicrobial in a plant and the first time a plant has been found to have such a potent antibiotic.

“The ability to kill two different bacterial species is very rare and the ability to show the plant has the ability as an antibacterial agent, is really important,” said Jodi Gershwin, the first author of the study and a plant pathologist at the University at Buffalo.

Gershwan said the plant can be grown as a soil amendment and could be used in a wide variety of applications, including soil treatment and as a natural source of fertilizer.

She said the findings could have wider applications in the future.

Astraea rhizomycetes is an unusual form of rhizomonas, which means it has no leaves or flowers.

It grows along the leaves and stems of the plant.

It is often used to treat bacterial infections in people, particularly in children.

“It has a very interesting history in plant medicine, because it is a rhizoma that has been used as a probiotic and it has been shown to be beneficial to the gut,” Gerswins said.

The researchers were interested in finding out if Astraema tricorns root was a safe alternative to antibiotics because it has a different structure.

“So, it is like a rhizoarthropathic plant,” Gieshwin said.

“It has no roots.”

She said the researchers wanted to see if the root of the root is the correct shape to make an antibiotic.

They also wanted to look for an antibiofilm that would protect the plant from bacterial growth.

They found that the root shape they chose to use is the best and it was safe to use.

They said the rhizomal was an important component of the drug that protects the plant’s DNA.

The authors of the new study said that the study is important because it shows that the rhizoarchaeon, the plant itself, can be used as an effective antimicrobial agent.

“We’re really excited about this new plant, which was identified in this study, because of the potential it has to be used on a wide range of surfaces, from soil to human surfaces,” Gomershwin added.

“We really hope it becomes a valuable source of antimicrobial soil amendment in the United States and in other countries.”

The research was supported by the U-M College of Agriculture, College of Natural Resources and Environmental Science, University of Chicago, and the University Cancer Center.