How Bugs Become Instantly Resistant to Insecticide by Swallowing Bacteria

How Bugs Become Instantly Resistant to Insecticide by Swallowing Bacteria

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  • The bean bug, which is a common pest on soybean crops, have a special organ in their guts that holds up to 100 million Burkholderia bacteria that are able to break down the insecticide fenitrothion, rendering it harmless to the bugs

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