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Tobias Engl explains: "An impact of glyphosate on animals via their essential bacterial partners that use or even specialize in the shikimate metabolic pathway seems obvious, once the interaction of both partners is understood," External link

research-in-germany Wednesday, May 12, 2021 9:03:00 AM CEST

Tobias Engl explains: “When we observed the detrimental impact of glyphosate exposure on this symbiotic association, we wondered whether glyphosate poses a general threat to insects that depend on their microbial partners,” External link

research-in-germany Wednesday, May 12, 2021 9:03:00 AM CEST

Tobias Engl explains: "An impact of glyphosate on animals via their essential bacterial partners that use or even specialize in the shikimate metabolic pathway seems obvious, once the interaction of both partners is understood," External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, May 12, 2021 12:57:00 AM CEST

Tobias Engl explains: "When we observed the detrimental impact of glyphosate exposure on this symbiotic association, we wondered whether glyphosate poses a general threat to insects that depend on their microbial partners," External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, May 12, 2021 12:57:00 AM CEST

Tobias Engl explains: “When we observed the harmful effects of glyphosate exposure on this symbiotic relationship, we wondered if glyphosate poses a common threat to insects that depend on their microbial partners,” External link

floridanewstimes Tuesday, May 11, 2021 5:02:00 PM CEST

Tobias Engl explains: "An impact of glyphosate on animals via their essential bacterial partners that use or even specialize in the shikimate metabolic pathway seems obvious, once the interaction of both partners is understood," External link

mpg-en Tuesday, May 11, 2021 11:13:00 AM CEST

Tobias Engl explains: “When we observed the detrimental impact of glyphosate exposure on this symbiotic association, we wondered whether glyphosate poses a general threat to insects that depend on their microbial partners,” External link

mpg-en Tuesday, May 11, 2021 11:13:00 AM CEST

Tobias Engl explains: "An impact of glyphosate on animals via their essential bacterial partners that use or even specialize in the shikimate metabolic pathway seems obvious, once the interaction of both partners is understood," External link

idw-online Tuesday, May 11, 2021 11:07:00 AM CEST

Tobias Engl explains: “When we observed the detrimental impact of glyphosate exposure on this symbiotic association, we wondered whether glyphosate poses a general threat to insects that depend on their microbial partners,” External link

idw-online Tuesday, May 11, 2021 11:07:00 AM CEST

David Allen said: “We’ve done some very successful trials on fish feeding together with Yangon University. These trials logically need to go to a larger scale and be integrated with commercial pilot operations,” “Two very important steps forward will be the recognition of insects as livestock and the formation of a Myanmar Insect Farmers Association. The latter was considered the most important recommendation coming from the recent Edible Insect Roundtable conducted in December, which had over a hundred attendees coming from government, academics, retailers and farmers,” External link

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