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Samantha A. Algerjoined in Mar 13, 2020
Assistant Research Professor at Biology Department, University of Vermont, Marsh Life Sciences, Burlington, VT, USA.
Alger has 1 break published.
Viruses are spilling over from managed honey bees to wild bumble bees
If you are a concerned environmentalist, or even a food-lover (bees produce every three bites of food you eat), you might have considered becoming a beekeeper to help "save the bees". For most, "bees" conjure up an image of a striped yellow and black insect,... click to read more
- Samantha A. Alger | Assistant Research Professor at Biology Department, University of Vermont, Marsh Life Sciences, Burlington, VT, USA
Reading time 4 min
published on Mar 13, 2020
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