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    1. FORT PIERCE, Fla. -- An entomologist recognized internationally as a specialist in biological control of insect pests has been named interim director of the University of Florida Institute of ...

    2. “The good news for a homeowner is that as soon as the colony is weakened by baits, the neighboring colony would immediately invade its tunneling system, discover the baits and consume them,” ...

    3. GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- A University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences entomologist will use a $200,000 grant from the Florida Department of Health to improve tests for the ...

    4. Among other outcomes, this work will provide real-time information about the involvement of the Asian tiger mosquito in the outbreak, as most scientists are focusing on involvement of the yellow ...

    5. The ticks that transmit Lyme disease to people die of dehydration when exposed to a combination of high temperature and lowered humidity, a new USGS-led study has found. In an earlier related ...

    6. Newswise | Channels

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      ...-2017 1:05 PM EDT Brookhaven National Laboratory Science Channels: Environmental Science , Wildlife Iceland , Insects , Midges , Entomology , Zoology , Ecology Enormous Swarms of Midges Teach About Interconnected Landscapes Open in New Tab | View | Comment | Add...

    7. FORT PIERCE, Fla. – A plant pathologist with 12 years of experience in plant-microbe interactions has joined the faculty of the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences ...

    8. GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- As worldwide temperatures rise and the earth sees extreme weather conditions in both summer and winter, a team of researchers with the University of Florida and Kansas ...

    9. Menlo Park, Calif. — Structural biology research conducted at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has uncovered how small insecticidal protein crystals ...

    10. Ecologists at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are trying to understand why the midge population can fluctuate by 100,000-fold across a decade, and what impact these massive swarms have on ...

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