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Pennsylvania Department of Health Confirms Fifth Salmonella Case Linked to National Outbreak

...tomatoes on the market in any volume are greenhouse tomatoes. Local greenhouse tomatoes are being harvested now, and tomatoes grown in high tunnels or unheated greenhouses will start ripening in volume later in June. Salmonella is a bacterial infection that affects the intestinal tract and sometimes can aff...

Pennsylvania Department of Health Investigates Salmonella Cases Linked to National Outbreak

...tomatoes on the market in any volume are greenhouse tomatoes. Local greenhouse tomatoes are being harvested now, and tomatoes grown in high tunnels or unheated greenhouses will start ripening in volume later in June. Salmonella is a bacterial infection that affects the intestinal tract and sometimes can aff...

Flash-heating Inactivates HIV in Breast Milk: Study

...de 50 milliliters in the original collection jars and used the remainder as unheated controls. The uncovered jars were placed in a 1-quart pan filled with 450 m...) for more than six minutes. Viral analysis of the flash-heated and unheated breast milk found that cell-free HIV had been inactivated in all of the hea...
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Dried mushrooms slow climate warming in Northern forests

...near Fairbanks, Alaska. They built small greenhouses and identified similar unheated plots nearby to serve as controls. Both plots received equal amounts of wat... about 1 degree. The scientists took measurements in the greenhouses and unheated plots and found that by growing season's end in mid-August, soil in warmed ...

Study helps clarify role of soil microbes in global warming

... food limitation for the microbes. They found that microbes from both conditions increased their respiration, but that the increase was greater in the unheated control soils than in the heated soils. "That finding told us that substrate depletion played a role," Bradford said, "but it also told us that there ...
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