Kenneth Noll, professor of molecular and cell biology, discusses why termites would not be a threat to your home without the help of microbes.
Noll specializes in the study of thermophilic (heat-loving) microbes that live in high-temperature environments, such as hot springs and deep sea vents.
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By Kenneth Noll, Department of Molecular & Cell Biology