Leptospirosis molecular techniques of identification

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Leptospirosis: molecular techniques of identification and prevention Microalgae as feedstock for industrial-scale sustainable production of biodiesel The use of noninvasive assays in the conservation of wildlife and endangered species Using sex pheromones to reduce crop damage by Lepidopteran moths Alternative sources of omega-3-fatty acids Nematodes as biological control agents agaist wax moth Using nanotechnology to capture carbon dioxide emmisons from power plants Prevention of “under-the radar” zoonotic arthropod-borne flaviviruses from becoming future human pathogens Evolutionary impacts of size-selective harvesting of fish and what we need to do about it. Phage therapy in aquaculture and the future of infectious disease treatments Developing transgenic mastitis-resistant dairy animals Making blue jeans green Usage risks of the anti-helmitic drug avermectin in livestock Survey of molecular approaches being sued to detect insecticide resistance of the sandfly – vector of leishmaniasis Transplastomic biopharming: determining the important of regulation of various components of the process Conservation genetics: a case study of the endangered Mexican gray wolf The effects of overharvesting Magnolia officinalis for the anti-cancer compound honokol and potential solutions Molecular approaches to decrease cassava crop yield loss due to African cassava mosaic virus Genetically engineered cattle resistant to mad cow disease Fungus for hire: The role of Trichoderma reesi in enzymatic lignocellulose hydrolysis in the future of biofuels Therapeutic bacteriophage for plant disease control Potato glycoalkaloids: The fad and fib behind organic potatoes Conservation of genetic diversity in Tule elk Aphis glycines : little bug, big problem
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