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Main Field of Interest: stored product and house dust mites, their ecology and biology. detection of insect and mite contaminants, mite physiology, digestion, digestive enzymes, microanatomy of the digestive tract, insecticidal/acaricidal proteins suppressing digestive tract of insects/mites, mites and allergens, mites as vectors of microorganisms and microbial ecology;

Anatomy & Physiology Ecology Microbiology

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Crop Research Institute
November 2016
Biollogicaly Active Substances in Crop Protection
The aim of the team is to help minimize losses to crops from farm to fork; developing screening tools for identifying bio-contaminants, resistance, pests, and pathogens. Partial objectives include the quantification, identification, and elimination of risks caused by bio-contaminants from arthropods in infected plant commodities and foodstuffs. The aim is to design technological processes leading to increased resistance of packaged foods and feeds of plant origins from contamination by arthropods.


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