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Abbey Lane Laboratory Mold Identification and Test Kits
Resistance. Ford Engineering Specs. Fungus resistance. Honeywell Fungus resistance. IPC-TM-650 Test Methods Manual (Assoc. connecting electronics industries). Fungus resistance printed wiring materials. RTCA/DO -160D. Fungus resistance ...
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Biodiversity Conservation in Britain: Science Replacing Tradition
British Ecological Society (BES) illustrates this process. However, resistance to new ideas is often very strong, and founded on intuitive feelings and ... B, Gustafsson, L, Hallingback, T, Jonsell, M & WesIien, J 1994 Threatened plant, animal and fungus species in Swedish forests: distribution and habitat associations. Conservation Biology 8: 718-731. ...
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Mutant Red Herrings? (Do or Die)
Aspergillus niger or their leaves were added to the soil. The fungus was shown to have incorporated the antibiotic-resistance gene in all ...
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MPGC
Currently, pitch canker disease—caused by an introduced fungus—is contributing to the premature death of trees, thus endangering the few natural ... issues. Genetic diversity within the species can provide opportunities for adaptation to new environments, resistance to insects and disease (including pitch canker), or buffering capacity for changing climates. ...
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U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
Plant pathogens can equally overwhelm an entire ecosystem. The chestnut blight fungus arrived in New York City in the late 19th century on nursery stock from ... intended impact. For example, on Long Island, New York, the Colorado potato beetle has developed resistance to all major classes of insecticides. Mechanical methods Introduced pests can often be controlled mechanically ...
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Sourcebook: Wood Treatment
(See also Non-toxic Termite Control ... size is 3/4"x3") 2.2 Auro Borax Wood Impregnation No. 111 Effective against fungus, preventive against insects, suitable for brush application, spray application, or dipping. Must be diluted according ...
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Mixtures of pesticides kill tadpoles.
In studies of the fungal infection, ... Chemicals implicated The controversy Recommendations New Science Broad trends Basic mechanisms Brain & behavior Disease resistance Human impacts Low dose effects Mixtures and synergy Ubiquity of exposure Natural vs. ...
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Traits introduced into crops by genetic engineering (GE).
Such plants with a 'natural' tolerance to insects, fungus and bacteria are well known since many years. Their pesticidal substances have been extensively ... their safety has been established through careful long-term studies. 3. Virus resistance The benefit from increased virus resistance may become off-balanced by new viruses that might be generated in ...
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Plant-Pesticides in GE-food - a potential health risk, by Professor Joe Cummins
'Plant-Pesticides'. Crops resistant to insects because they contain Bt Toxin or virus resistance factors (mainly genes from the viruses) are being marketed. An insect virus, Baculovirus, is being ... sprays. The use of plant- pesticides is not a new idea: 'natural' tolerance to insects, fungus and bacteria has been selected by plant breeders well before the science of genetics was ...
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CHAMP - Coral Disease Identification and Information - NOAA's Coral Health and Monitoring Program
Biology 136 259-267. Kim K, Kim PD, Alker AP and Harvell CD (2000). 'Chemical Resistance of Gorgonian Corals against Fungal Infections.' Marine Biology 137 393-401. Nagelkerken I, Buchan ... Keys.' Bulletin of Marine Science 54 (3): 1078. Ramos-Flores T (1983). 'Lower Marine Fungus Associated with Black Line Disease in Star Corals (Montastrea Annularis).' Biological Bulletin, Marine Biological ...
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