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USA , — This study provides evidence that people living near environmentally diverse areas had less propensity for allergies because of a greater diversity of commensal bacteria on their skin, most of which are also found in soil and vegetation. Haahtela, T. The Finnish Allergy Programme ——scientific rationale and practical implementation. Asia Pacific Allergy 2 , — Ruokolainen, L.
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Green areas around homes reduce atopic sensitization in children. Allergy 70 , — Prichard, R. Mayers, D. Corbett, C. The effectiveness of faecal removal methods of pasture management to control the cyathostomin burden of donkeys. Parasites Vectors 7 , 48 Epstein, L. Fifty years since Silent Spring.
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Phylogenetic analysis of Pasteuria penetrans by use of multiple genetic loci. Gray, N. Ecology of nematophagous fungi: Panagrellus redivivus as the target organism. Plant Soil 73 , — Stirling, G. Costa, S. Interactions between nematodes and their microbial enemies in coastal sand dunes. Oecologia , — Diversity and complexity complement apparent competition: nematode assemblages in banana plantations. Acta Oecol. Suppressive service of the soil food web: effects of environmental management.
This study showed that the prevalence of predator and omnivorous nematodes, which suppressed plant parasitic nematodes, was higher in soils with more complex foodwebs. Penton, C. Fungal community structure in disease suppressive soils assessed by 28S LSU gene sequencing. Weller, D. Microbial populations responsible for specific soil suppressiveness to plant pathogens. Johnson, P.
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Species diversity reduces parasite infection through cross-generational effects on host abundance. Ecology 93 , 56—64 Biodiversity decreases disease through predictable changes in host community competence. This laboratory and field study showed that a richer host diversity reduced transmission of a parasite the trematode Ribeiroia ondatrae and reduced amphibian disease.
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Belowground herbivory in natural communities—a review emphasizing fossorial animals. Gehring, C. Terrestrial vertebrates promote arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity and inoculum potential in a rain forest soil.
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