Thursday, April 20, 2017

Kent State University at Stark research unravels mysteries of mouthparts of butterflies

04/20/2017 04:42 PM EDT

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Matthew S. Lehnert, assistant professor of biological sciences at Kent State University at Stark, has been studying how the mouthparts of butterflies and moths work since 2010. His research shows that the method in which flies and butterflies ingest liquids into their own bodies for nourishment may be used as a model for delivering disease-fighting drugs to the human body. 


Full story at http://www.kent.edu/stark/news/kent-state-stark-research-has-implications-environment-and-treating-life-threatening

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