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Pesticides may be at the root of bee, bat and amphibian die-offs

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  • Teresa Binstock
    * Pesticides may be at the root of bee, bat and amphibian die-offs. Suppressed immune systems making insect-eating species more
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 21, 2013

      • Pesticides may be at the root of bee, bat and amphibian die-offs.

        Suppressed immune systems making insect-eating species more susceptible to different pathogens. Waves of emerging wildlife diseases that are killing huge numbers of insect-eating animals could all be linked to the use of a new class of pesticides, according to a new study published in the Journal of Environmental Immunology and Toxicology. 

      Summit County Citizens Voice, Colorado

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      Study pdf:
      http://www.scribd.com/doc/155045411/immunesup-1




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