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Date:8/17/2009

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A month earlier, Relyea published a paper in Ecological Applications reporting that gradual amounts of malathionthe most popular insecticide in the United Statestoo small to directly kill developing leopard frog tadpoles instead sparked a biological chain reaction that deprived them of their primary food source. As a result, nearly half the tadpoles in the experiment did not reach maturity and would have died in nature.


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