Beauveria bassiana fungal entomopathogen were attributed to reduction of silkworm production in the 16th and 17th centuries but these soilborne fungi affect many insects and have also been found in nasal passages of mammals and humans. It is now commercially available as an insecticide. SEM
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Beauveria bassiana fungal entomopathogen
Beauveria bassiana fungal entomopathogen were attributed to reduction of silkworm production in the 16th and 17th centuries but these soilborne fungi affect many insects and have also been found in nasal passages of mammals and humans. It is now commercially available as an insecticide. SEM

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