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Juan Villalba

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Utah State University

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Utah State University

8200 Old Main Hill

Logan, Utah,84322

United States

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Research Assistant Professor, Behavior and Nutrition

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www.naturalcuresforthrush.com

While the study indicates flies have used a toxin to survive, it's unclear whether that can be replicated among other animals, where fermented fruits or grains may not be as readily available, said Juan Villalba, associate professor of wildland resources at Utah State University.
"In nature, it's difficult to replicate," Villalba said. There's evidence to support that humans have learned from animal behavior which plants to select for medicine, but it's never been shown with alcohol, he adds.


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Juan Villalba of Utah State University's Department of Wildland Resources, and co-author Serge Landau of Israel's Volcani Center explain how goats sometimes nibble on the anti-parasitic plant Albizia anthelmintica.


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Juan Villalba of Utah State University's Department of Wildland Resources, and co-author Serge Landau of Israel's Volcani Center explain how goats sometimes nibble on the anti-parasitic plant Albizia anthelmintica.


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Juan Villalba of Utah State University's Department of Wildland Resources, and co-author Serge Landau of Israel's Volcani Center explain how goats sometimes nibble on the anti-parasitic plant Albizia anthelmintica.


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Juan Villalba of Utah State University's Department of Wildland Resources, and co-author Serge Landau of Israel's Volcani Center explain how goats sometimes nibble on the anti-parasitic plant Albizia anthelmintica.


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