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One issue that was not emphasized previously will be one of the major problems in the future: homogeneous microbial target populations or ‘monocultures’. Their major impact so far has been in plant, land animal, and aquatic food production. The intensified agriculture practiced in the Malaysian swine industry may have provided the substrate for spread of Nipah virus, and one wonders what would happen in the US in states such as North Carolina if such a pathogen emerged. Not only would the economic impact have been severe, but it is difficult to imagine how more than a million swine could have been eliminated to control the disease within regulatory strictures.
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Peters Table 5. Global influences on emerging infections that will increase in coming years Increasing environmental modification Increasing population pressure on resources decreases options for amelioration Changing human behaviour, customs, traditional social structures Travel of people, domestic animals, plants Movement of viruses, vectors and reservoir species Wars, disasters, refugees Crowded ‘monocultures’: cattle, chickens, aquaculture, crops, people in megacities More immunosuppressed humans Decreases in effective public health microbiology infrastructure, particularly developing country laboratories and laboratories based in developed countries and working overseas Climatic change?
An outline of scientific writing for researchers with English as a foreign language by Yang J.T., Yang J.N.