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Decoding the Desert Locust Genome Could Help Combat the Notorious Pest

News   Nov 25, 2020 | Original story from The University of Leicester

 
Decoding the Desert Locust Genome Could Help Combat the Notorious Pest

In between swarm outbreaks, desert locusts lead solitary lives that behave much like a harmless grasshopper. Credit: University of Leicester

 
 
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