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Can an invasive herb affect Lyme disease risk? Examining the interactions between garlic mustard, entomopathogenic fungi, and blacklegged ticks

J. Malcomb
Year of Publication
Secondary Title
Undergraduate Ecology Research Reports
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Place Published
Millbrook, New York
Malcomb, J. 2009. “Can An Invasive Herb Affect Lyme Disease Risk? Examining The Interactions Between Garlic Mustard, Entomopathogenic Fungi, And Blacklegged Ticks”. Undergraduate Ecology Research Reports. Millbrook, New York: Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies.
REU Research Report