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of or characteristic of a parasite

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relating to or caused by parasites

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of or pertaining to epenthesis

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of plants or persons

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It is necessary to update the epidemiologic survey of the parasitic infection at regular intervals using different statistical methods to develop effective prevention and control strategies.
The harmonic of the PWM signal transmitted from the controller partly leaked into wire harnesses as the noise current and propagated into the automobile body through the parasitic capacitance, [C.
The not-so good news is that hookworms and whipworms in rural dogs are still common and we need farmers to work with their veterinarian to ensure they are doing all the right things to prevent this type of parasitic infection in their dog, Dr Jenkins said.
6] This study assessed the sanitary conditions and the incidence of the enteric parasitic infections among school children on gender bias in the selected schools of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India.
The book in six sections, 269 pages elucidates the 52 parasitic diseases of animals with zoonotic importance with details of their etiology, life cycle, reservoir host, epidemiology, clinical syndrome in both man and animals, diagnosis and control.
Admittedly, our close interaction with these organisms elicits both positive and negative sequelae, and the definition of a parasite itself--an organism that lives at the expense of its host--fails markedly short of describing the intricate relationship that we have with parasitic beings.
ClickPress, Sun May 24 2015] The Parasitic Partnering 2010-2015 report provides understanding and access to the parasitic partnering deals and agreements entered into by the worlds leading healthcare companies.
There is a continuum between parasitic and symbiotic where a symbiont is able to use the host without hurting it at all and gives back.
USPRwire, Fri May 09 2014] The Parasitic Partnering 2009-2014 provides understanding and access to the parasitic partnering deals and agreements entered into by the worlds leading healthcare companies.
The recent report on parasitic appendicitis is very interesting.
The finding calls into question whether parasitic infections should always receive treatment.
A team of Chinese surgeons has successfully operated on a two-year-old boy, who was 'pregnant' with his parasitic twin.
Therefore, we attempted to gather energy using a parasitic radiator directly from the main antennas of base stations and repeaters, which radiate RF signals.
Insulation is not normally necessary on cooling-water piping (> 15[degrees]C) because the parasitic heat gains will be small and the payback time will be long.
Pacunda will now undergo a complicated surgical procedure to remove the so-called parasitic fetus, which has been living of his blood supply but has no brain, heart or lungs.