You’re kidding, right? Look, Doug, there are Virologists who make a living studying viri and Mycologists who make a living studying fungi. No one would mistake one for the other-these are smart people, many with doctoral degrees in science!
www.thepoultrysite.com has this headline on their site today: Multiple Mycotoxins in Grain Poses a Threat to Poultry Population. Here is the opening sentence. “US – Ninety per cent of global corn, grain and barley samples taken from 2013’s harvest contain three to 11 mycotoxins, increasing risks for bird health and performance…”
In the United States of America, transcontinental railroads created a nation-wide transportation network that united the country. This network replaced the wagon trains of previous decades and allowed for the transportation of larger quantities of goods over longer distances.
In a study published today in the open-access journal The Lancet Global Health, the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) and other researchers report a persistent deficiency in truly new therapeutics for neglected diseases, despite nominal progress and an acceleration in research and development (R&D) efforts.