Many people think pests are a nuisance and often forget that there are real health risks associated with the presence of these pests in and around the house, says Greg Baumann, senior scientist for NPMA. People do not think of asthma, Salmonella, or severe allergic reaction, which is why infestations should not be taken lightly. .
But for several scientists at Kansas State University , and many others throughout the world, this pest of stored grain and grain products is the best organism to study genetics.
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