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Agrichemicals and antibiotics in combination increase antibiotic resistance evolution
Antibiotic resistance in our pathogens is medicine's climate change: Caused by human activity, and resulting in more extreme outcomes. Resistance emerges in microbial populations when antibiotics act on phenotypic variance ...
Effects of different dispersal patterns on the presence-absence of multiple species
Predicting which species will be present (or absent) across a geographical region remains one of the key problems in ecology. Numerous studies have suggested several ecological factors that can determine species presence-absence: ...
Using niche conservatism information to prioritize hotspots of invasion by non-native freshwater invertebrates in New Zealand
Aim: Identifying suitable areas for invasive species establishment is of critical impor-tance for their early detection and rapid eradication. However, our ability to detect suitable areas is impeded by the tendency of ...
Detection of the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana in the rhizosphere of wound-stressed Zea mays plants
(Frontiers Media, 2018-06-11)
Entomopathogenic fungi from the genus Beauveria (Vuillemin) play an important role in controlling insect populations and have been increasingly utilized for the biological control of insect pests. Various studies have ...