Latest Mycology Stories
Natural Candida Cleanse designed by Margaret Pearson is the latest program that teaches people how to treat candida safely without the side effects of antibiotics.
The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) has approved the use of Blossom Protect™ as a biofungicide in the prevention of walnut blight in walnuts. Vista,
Scientists have discovered vital clues as to how the pathogen responsible for the Irish potato famine adapted to spread between different plant species.
The Oxford University-led research found that fungi regulate diversity in rainforests by making dominant species victims of their own success.
Yeast Infection No More is an eBook that helps users treat yeast infections.
An international team of researchers has made important progress in understanding the distribution of the deadly amphibian chytrid pathogen.
Transparency Market Research Report published "Fermentation Chemicals Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019" to its database.
In reviewing work performed during 2013, University at Buffalo officials have projected five research projects conducted at the school last year that could have a significant impact on consumers in the future.
3 Day Thrush Cure, designed by Rebecca Hawort,h is the latest program that teache how to relieve candidiasis naturally without using any medication.
Yeast Cleanser written by Emma Taylors is the latest book that helps people find out the root cause of their candidiasis.
The golden flangetail (Sinictinogomphus clavatus) is a species of dragonfly that can be found in a large range that extends from Nepal to eastern Russian and Vietnam. Its range includes China, Japan, Korea, and Thailand. It prefers to reside in areas with standing water sources like lakes, ponds, and man-made reservoirs. It is the sole member of its genus, Sinictinogomphus, and is thought to have a stable population. The golden flangetail has no known threats and is not declining in number,...
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