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Chemically intensive crop production depletes wildlife food resources, hinders animal development, health, survival, and reproduction, and it suppresses wildlife immune systems, facilitating emergence of infectious diseases with excessive mortality rates. Gut microbiota is crucial for wildlife’s response to environmental stressors. Its composition and functionality are sensitive to diet changes and environmental pollution associated with modern crop production. In the study entitled Exposure to crop production alters cecal prokaryotic microbiota, inflates virulome and resistome in wild prairie grouse we use shotgun metagenomics to demonstrate that exposure to modern crop production detrimentally affects cecal...


    map background search result map search result map Characterizing microbiota, virulome, and resistome of wild prairie grouse in crop producing and uncultivated areas of Nebraska Characterizing microbiota, virulome, and resistome of wild prairie grouse in crop producing and uncultivated areas of Nebraska