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Moose saliva fights fungus in certain grasses

You have got to give it to mother nature when it comes to plants and animals evolving tp better protect themselves. Certain grasses grow a fungus that makes them more toxic to herbirvores, such as moose. A new study now shows that saliva produced by moose and reindeer reduce the growth of this fungus. Guest host Cathy Alex spoke with York University professor Dawn Bazely about the research.
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