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People who express disgust at things like rotten meat or stepping in dog poop are not as likely to get infected with a pathogen.

People who feel more disgust less likely to be infected

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter February 18, 2021

People who feel disgust more easily are less likely to expose themselves to situations where they could get an infection, researchers found. Researchers from WSU, as well as universities across the...

A team of researchers is studying different treatments to kill the bacteria that causes a disease in carrot seeds. The disease is not harmful to people who eat the crop, but carrots cannot produce enough nutrients if they are infected with it.

WSU researcher fights harmful pathogen in carrot seeds

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter February 4, 2021

A WSU researcher and a university alumnus are working on a team to prevent the growth of a bacterial pathogen in carrot seed crops. Bacterial blight is a seed-borne disease in carrots that is prevalent...

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