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Synonyms for fungoid

resembling fungi


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Yet at the same time, scientists are still coming across more undiscovered species; last year a new species of fungoid frog was found in peninsular India, and only last month two more species were discovered deep in the Amazon Rainforest.
Lovecraft's short story 'The Whisperer in Darkness' (1931) suggests the evil designs of a race of fungoid aliens called the Mi-Go, and 'The Shunned House' (1937) narrates a descent into a habitation infested with a malicious mycological specimen.
In the Malay and Indonesian population, the leaves and roots of this plant are used for the treatment of toothache, fungoid dermatitis on the feet, coughing asthma, and pleurisy [20].
In the second chapter, "Fungoid Horror and The Creep of Life," Woodson shifts his focus to fungus, "ancient and always in the orbit of death, decay, and dampness" (26).
The Yeti were seven foot tall monsters with light eyes, electrical nervous system and electronic roars who used a fungoid mist in the 60s to try and take over London.
Kings American Dispensary also describes goldenseal as having a beneficial action in the cure of fungoid endometritis, lacerated cervix, and pelvic cellulitis.
PEDiNOL offers a full line of podiatry-focused O-T-C, prescription and professional pharmaceutical products, including Gris-PEG (griseofulvin ultramicrosize) tablets USP, 125 mg/250 mg; Nalfon 200 (fenoprofen calcium) 200-mg capsules; and Fungoid Tincture (miconazole nitrate 2%).
Thraustochytrid fungoid protists in faecal pellets of the tunicate Pegea confoederata, their tolerance to deep-sea conditions and implications in degradation processes.
Another Rx-to-O-T-C switch product is Fungoid Tincture from Pedinol Pharmacal Inc., which contains miconazole nitrate 2%.
Rhetorical and metaphorical in its attack on Marxist dogma, especially materialism ('only a fungoid spawn on the rotten carcase of nineteenth century mechanism') it hopes that Christianity 'is strong enough, if it will only try its strength, to be in at the death of capitalism'.
If Gray had persisted with the human figuration by giving the trees knotty eyes, twiggy noses, and fungoid ears, he would have moved his poem from the sublime to the fantastical-grotesque, the mode, for example, of Snow White's forest nightmare in the Walt Disney cartoon or of the Ent episode in The Lord of the Rings.