Alison M. Reeves

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Honey bees (Apis mellifera) are the primary pollinators of major horticultural crops. Over the last few decades, a substantial decline in honey bees and their colonies have been reported. While a plethora of factors could contribute to the putative decline, pathogens, and pesticides are common concerns that draw attention. In addition to potential direct(More)
A survey of inbred mouse strains showed that strain C3H/he was the most comparable to man in respect of its susceptibility to Leishmania major and the subsequent healing of lesions produced by this organism. L. arabica proved to have a lower virulence than L. major and prior inoculation with the former resulted in a decrease of the lesion sizes following(More)
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