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  • Global Journalist: GJ talks lessons learned by foreign journalists at MU Journalism Program 

    Scott, Byron; Cattell, Rosia; Dimitrova, Milena; Hadar, Rashid (2003)
    This May 15, 2003 program of Global Journalist featured guest host Byron Scott speaking with three international journalists who spent the last year learning about American media at the Missouri School of Journalism through ...
  • Global Journalist: GJ Talks 2003 G8 Summit 

    Scott, Byron; Lin, Shaowen; Merkushev, Alexander; Romagnoli, Alberto; Naidu, Edwin (2005)
    This June 5, 2003 program features guest host Byron Scott speaking with four international journalists about their perspectives on the G8 summit held in Évian, France. Host: Byron Scott; Guests: Shaowen Lin (@LinShaowen1), ...
  • Cockroaches 

    Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1984)
    "Cockroaches are generally the most common and troublesome pests found in homes. Urban homes are more frequently infested rather than rural homes. Roaches or their egg packets (ootheca) are easily transported in grocery ...
  • Fleas 

    Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1987)
    "Fleas are pests of humans and their domestic animals all over the world. Worldwide, more than 1,600 species of fleas exist. The most recent survey of fleas in Missouri showed the presence of at least 26 species. In addition, ...
  • Elm leaf beetle 

    Craig, Wilfred S. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1985)
    "The elm leaf beetle is an annual pest on elm tree foliage, especially Chinese or Siberian elms, throughout the state. Also, the beetles may become a household nuisance by migrating into homes and buildings during the fall ...

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