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Natural Antimicrobial Agent Derived from Biomass

Fungal pathogens pose one of the greatest economic threats to agriculture. Every year fungal infections – such as root rot, smut and powdery mildew – destroy about 125 million tons of the top five...
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Jeff Piotrowski, John Ralph, Fachuang Lu, Mehdi Kabbage, Robert Landick | P140248US02

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Warfarin Promoter

Warfarin is a “first-generation” anticoagulant that has been widely used as a multiple feeding rodenticide for more than 60 years. The prolonged use of warfarin as a rodenticide has, according to ...
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David Lewis, Michael Caldwell | T100001US02

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Natural AESCP-2 Inhibitors as New Insecticides

Many diseases, including malaria, West Nile virus and equine encephalitis, are spread by mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are common backyard pests and may deter outdoor activity and tourism as well. Although s...
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Que Lan, Min-sik Kim | P07236US

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