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The silkworm (Bombyx mori) feeds on leaves of the mulberry plant. A common agricultural fungicide, if present on mulberry leaves, can impair oxygen consumption and reduce silk production in the silkworm, according to a new study by researchers at São Paulo State University in Brazil. (Photo credit: Daniel Nicodemo, Ph.D.)

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