BIOL421 @UNBC - Insects, Fungi and Society

Month: March 2017 (page 1 of 2)

Saving plants from the enemy, Aspergillus flavus, and its toxic sidekick, Aflatoxin B1

Danielle Sidsworth

Claviceps purpurea: Beauty or Beast?

N.P.

Out with the old! In with the…old? Brettanomyces: A spontaneous phenomenon

Shelby Meaney

A Worldwide Social, Political and Health issue- The Chagas Disease

Ashley Sarazin

Ophiocordyceps unilateralis: The Zombie Ant Fungus

Alex Mckenna

We know bats are dying, but that’s about it: Pseudogymnoascus destructans in Western North America

Lori Johnson

Programmed to Destroy: Tale of the DEADLY Vespa mandarinia. Solice One Bite at a time.

Michael X. Yue

Trichoderma polysporum: A Doctor’s Best Friend

Fiona Raymond

The societal impact of the coffee borer beetle, Hypothenemus hampei, on Hawaii

Shayne Hopwood

Four symbiotic relationships and fast reproduction: the success of leafcutting ants (Atta sexdens)

Priya Banga

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