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Taking Biorefinery Pointers From Nature

News   Mar 12, 2019 | Original Story by Christina Procopiou for Berkeley Lab.

 
Taking Biorefinery Pointers From Nature

Passalid beetles work together in family units to defend their log tunnel homes and care for their young into adulthood. New Berkeley Lab research has now shown that the beetle’s distinct gut microbiome also helps its young survive. Credit: Javier Ceja-Navarro/Berkeley Lab.

 
 
 

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