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  1. Daishicage

    Sep 16,  · Blastomycosis is an infection caused by breathing in the Blastomyces dermatitidis fungus. The fungus is found in decaying wood and soil.
  2. Mikarg

    Aug 22,  · Overview. A blastoma is a type of cancer caused by malignancies in precursor cells, which are commonly referred to as blasts. Each kind of blastoma is Author: Becky Young.
  3. Akitaur

    Other articles where Blastozoa is discussed: echinoderm: Annotated classification: †Subphylum Blastozoa (blastozoans) Cambrian to Permian about ,,–,, years ago. Stalked echinoderms with soft parts enclosed in a globular theca (chamber) equipped with simple, erect food-gathering appendages (brachioles). †Class Eocrinoidea Lower Cambrian to Silurian about .
  4. Gardashura

    Mosaic Diseases of Tomatoes. Common Mosaic and Cucumber Mosaic. Pathogens. Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) and the closely related tomato mosaic virus (ToMV) cause common mosaic; cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) causes cucumber mosaic.
  5. Sajinn

    blastomatosis: [ blas″to-mah-to´sis ] the formation of blastomas.
  6. Kagagami

    blastospore: [ blas´to-spor ] a spore formed by budding, as in yeast.
  7. Meztile

    La mixomatosis se transmite a través del contacto di-recto entre animales, pero también a partir de pulgas y mosquitos que han estado en un animal enfermo de mixomatosis. El virus no se reproduce dentro de las pulgas y mosquitos, sino que éstos lo transportan de un animal a otro, lo que conocemos como “vectores mecánicos de la enfermedad”.
  8. Migar

    / La mixomatosis fue identificada por primera vez en América del Norte en brotes naturales de una enfermedad que era fatal y se asemejaba a la mixomatosis, que ocurrieron en colonias domésticas de conejo cerca de San Diego en el sur de California.

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