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Synonyms for endemic

Synonyms for endemic

existing, born, or produced in a land or region

Synonyms for endemic

a disease that is constantly present to a greater or lesser degree in people of a certain class or in people living in a particular location

Related Words

a plant that is native to a certain limited area

of or relating to a disease (or anything resembling a disease) constantly present to greater or lesser extent in a particular locality

Synonyms

native to or confined to a certain region

originating where it is found

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It was established that lymphatic dwelling filarial parasite produces some extra lymphatic pathology in endemic population (1-2, 6).
These limitations raise the possibility that the cases represent reactivation of latent disease or delayed clinical manifestations following a low-inoculum exposure years earlier in an area where the fungus is endemic (2,6).
Even the commonly spotted garden- variety Indian peafowl, Bank Myna, Indian grey hornbill are actually endemic and need to be appreciated, birders said.
The first encompasses those species that we considered endemic to the archipelago (Appendix 1); the second one records those species that were considered by Correll and Correll (1982) and/or Acevedo-Rodriguez and Strong (2012) as Bahamian endemics but should now not be regarded as part of the endemic flora.
The casual birder to Jamaica will miss several species that are believed extinct, such as the endemic petrel and poor-will, which I sought in vain ~50 years ago.
Vaccination in Nigeria, one of four countries where polio is still endemic
But this is far from being the case for most people who live in areas where malaria is endemic.
There are eight plants that are endemic to Catalina Island.
Although the number of endemic species in most parts of the total range of Aglaia is comparatively low, they found that Borneo harbors a comparatively high proportion: l0% (6/60) are endemic (Flora Malesiana Bulletin, 14(3), p.
Background & objectives: Bancroftian filariasis caused by Wuchereria bancrofti is endemic in many parts of India.
Endemic wildlife species are not evenly distributed throughout all the islands in the archipelago.
New Infections IDU 14% Hetero/Non-endemic 21% Hetero/Endemic 16% Other <1% MSM 46% MSM-IDU 3% MSM--men who have sex with men; IDU--injecting drug users; Heterosexual/non-endemic--individuals having heterosexual contact with a person who is either HIV-infected or at risk for HIV, or having heterosexual activity as the only identified risk for HIV; Heterosexual/endemic--individuals with an origin in a country where HIV is endemic (mainly sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean) and not identified as MSM or IDU; Other--recipients of blood transfusion or clotting factor, perinatal and occupational transmission.
TBE is endemic in 16 established and emerging holiday hotspots including Germany, Hungary, Croatia and Sweden.
We are talking about this disease being endemic here in the UK.
Professor Sir David King feared that the disease could possibly become endemic in Britain.