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Invasive Fungi Wreak Havoc on Species World-Wide
Science & Tech  (tags: fungi, invasive fungi, opportunstic pathogens, meta-analysis, fungal disease epidemiology, changing reproductive strategies, evolutionary opportunities, plants, animals, humans, global trade )

- 2140 days ago -
Human activity such as international trade and military operations have intensified the dispersal of fungal pathogens, delivering new foes to unprotected victims and introducing new evolutionary opportunities to previously harmless fungus species.

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