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2021-09-18T06:39:00.0000000Z

ABC https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-09-11/hlb-citrus-greening-biosecurity-australia-psyllid-finger-limes/100452594

Landline / by Kerry Staight Australia is ramping up biosecurity for an incurable disease that has crippled citrus-producing regions …

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2021-09-18T05:04:00.0000000Z

ActionNewsNow Nothing gets between a fiercely protective mother spider and her children. Dripping tree resin trapped adult female spiders and baby spiderlings about 99 million years ago, forever showcasing the maternal care exhibited by these …

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Sydney NSW, Australia
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2021-09-18T03:39:00.0000000Z

by John Innes Centre A newly discovered manipulation mechanism used by parasitic bacteria to slow down plant aging, may offer new ways to protect disease-threatened food crops.

Parasites manipulate the organisms they live off to suit their needs, …

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Phytoplasma
Sydney NSW, Australia
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2021-09-18T03:23:00.0000000Z
Standardized monitoring has revealed that the total number of moths has declined steadily by one third over the last 50 years (1968–2017). Pictured are two of the 2,500 moth species found in the UK (Left is a Elephant Hawk-moth, and right is a small Elephant Hawk-moth). Credit: Douglas Boyes

ScienceFriday https://www.sciencefriday.com/segments/streetlights-insects/

As insect populations—including bees, moths, and other pollinators—decline worldwide, researchers have established a variety of potential causes, including climate change, …

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2021-09-17T06:21:00.0000000Z

ProMED

Source: HortiDaily [summ., edited] https://www.hortidaily.com/article/9355143/tylcv-found-in-northeast-victoria-australia/The Australian horticultural industry is encouraged to report any _Tomato yellow leaf curl virus_ (TYLCV) symptoms in …

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Bondi Junction NSW, Australia
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2021-09-16T02:29:07.5323451Z
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Sydney NSW, Australia
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2021-09-15T06:23:00.0000000Z
Novel virulence activities can include adaptations that alter how pathogens interact with the host immune system (dark purple) or with host physiology and development (orange), the ability to multiply and spread within the host (light purple), how they disperse and are transmitted to other hosts (turquoise), their host range (including host expansions and host jumps, green), how they interact with the environment (blue), and how they interact with other pathogenic and nonpathogenic microorganisms (red). Credit: Soledad Sacristán, Erica M. Goss, and Sebastian Eves-van den Akker

Phys.Org

by American Phytopathological Society Understanding how pathogens evolve is a fundamental component of learning how to protect ourselves and our world from pests and diseases. Yet we are constantly underestimating pathogen evolution, such as …

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Virulence
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2021-09-15T06:05:00.0000000Z

BBC

Inside some of our most magnificent trees, miniature worlds are at risk of extinction. The race is on to accelerate trees' ageing process, so these intricate communities aren't lost forever.

At around 1,100 years old, and almost 11m (36ft) in girth …

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2021-09-15T06:01:00.0000000Z

PNAS

 View ORCID ProfileHannah Büttner,  View ORCID ProfileSarah P. Niehs,  View ORCID ProfileKoen Vandelannoote,  View ORCID ProfileZoltán Cseresnyés, Benjamin Dose,  View ORCID ProfileIngrid Richter, …
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2021-09-15T05:33:00.0000000Z

Lymantria dispar asiatica moths gather on a building in the port area of Olga, Primorsky Krai, Russia. In response to the possibility of LDA moths riding on ships bound for North America, a complex monitoring and management program run by officials in both Russia and North America has been able to prevent this pest from establishing in North American forests. (Image originally published in Mastro et al 2021, Journal of Integrated Pest Management)

A ship docked in Nakhodka, Russia, shows egg masses of Lymantria dispar asiatica moths on its hull and superstructure. In response to the possibility of LDA moths riding on ships bound for North America, a complex monitoring and management program run by officials in both Russia and North America has been able to prevent this pest from establishing in North American forests. (Image originally published in Mastro et al 2021, Journal of Integrated Pest Management)

Entomology Today https://entomologytoday.org/2021/09/10/international-biosecurity-program-succeeds-preventing-spread-invasive-moth-lymantria-dispar-asiatica/

By David Coyle, Ph.D.

David Coyle, Ph.D.

Unless you’re intimately involved with invasive …

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