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Synonyms for fungal

of or relating to fungi


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Enrollment in the open-label phase 3) isacuconazole study (VITAL) including patients with invasive fungal disease caused by mucormycetes and other emerging fungal pathogens and patients with apergillosis and preexisting renal impairment has been completed (N=150).
The news came after Environment Secretary Owen Paterson convened a Cobra crisis committee to examine the latest developments and co-ordinate action to halt the spread of the fungal disease.
Scientists have discovered an antibiotic-producing enzyme in oats that could be used to protect major cereal crops from fungal diseases.
Garry Cole, internationally known microbiologist specializing in fungal diseases, author of more than 170 publications, will focus on coccidioimycosis (Desert Valley fever), which is endemic to West Texas;
Although the plastic mulch provided the crop a little sooner, the vetch mulch offered other benefits, including reduced erosion, decreased signs of fungal disease on leaves, and delays in plant aging.
The American one has a fungal disease, which it carries the way in which a human has athlete's foot, but it really isn't a problem.
CT determined that the fungal disease extended to the orbital apex and demonstrated the involvement of the ethmoid sinuses.
In this collaboration, DuPont business Pioneer Hi-Bred and Hexima will combine certain intellectual property and anti-fungal protein assets to accelerate the development and commercialization of transgenic fungal disease resistance technology in corn, soybeans and other crops.
Forest Service estimates the East has lost about half its native dogwoods to the fungal disease, which at this point has no cure.
A: This is not silver leaf but probably laburnum leaf spot, a fungal disease which can be controlled by regular spraying with Bordeaux mixture.
Invasive sinonasal fungal disease is a potentially fatal process when it involves intracranial extension.
All the fuss over fish-killing Pfiesteria has obscured a more probable culprit for the lesions, a fungal disease described in the 1980s, according to a statement released last week by fish pathologist Vicki Blazer of the U.
There was one bright spot to all the wet weather: the hated gypsy moth was suffering too, from a fungal disease that attacks the caterpillars.
An estimated 11 million Americans suffer from fungal disease of the toenails and fingernails, representing 15 percent to 40 percent of all nail diseases, according to the Medical Mycological Society of the Americas, an organization of physicians and scientists devoted to the study of fungi.
Extensive clinical studies prove that Viro Glove Salon Essential(TM) forms an antiseptic barrier over the skin that kills a broad spectrum of viral, bacterial and fungal disease producing agents upon contact, that lasts, 'will not wash off', for up to six hours.