nipah


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nipa
nipah-pálmi
nipa

nipah

(ˈniːpə) noun
a tropical palm tree with large feathery leaves used for thatching, mats etc.
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Besides Disease X, the seven other potential global disease threats each lacking an effective drug or vaccine includes Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF); Ebola virus disease and Marburg virus disease; Lassa fever; Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS); Nipah and henipaviral diseases Rift Valley fever (RVF); and Zika.
The other five lethal diseases mentioned on the list of needing urgent action include: Lassa fever, MERS, SARS, Nipah virus and Rift Valley fever.
There are several places you can visit while on the island such as the Dutch Fort, Sacred Rock, Mini Great Wall of China and Teluk Nipah Beach.
In July 2016, TDM applied to the Terengganu government for land in Hutan Simpan Sungai Nipah, Kemaman and Hutan Simpan Rasau, Dungun.
Nipah virus (NiV) is a batborne paramyxovirus (1,2) that causes encephalitis in humans.
Recent outbreaks of these diseases, such as SARS, Ebola, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, avian influenza, Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, and Nipah, have caused major human suffering, enormous economic cost.
The initiative will initially target MERS-CoV, Lassa and Nipah viruses, which have the potential to become serious epidemics.
In fact, many of the most dangerous new diseases in humans can be traced back to such food systems, among them Campylobacter, Nipah virus, Q fever, hepatitis E, and a variety of novel influenza variants.
These palms and their leaves are known as lontar and nipah respectively.
The ingredients for preparing the piring (offerings) are glutinous rice (asi pulut), un-husk glutinous rice (pulut rendai/letup/girau or padi seeds) for the making puffed rice (rendai); glutinous rice flour, rice flour, nipah sugar for making the rice cakes, and eggs.
Manila: Butchering dead horses and eating their meat has been banned in the southern Philippines due to the reported deaths of people who contracted Nipah Virus in two villages in the southern Philippines in April.
En una lista no exhaustiva se encuentran: fiebre del Valle del Rift (1931), fiebre del Nilo Occidental (1937), fiebre hemorragica de Marburgo (1967), fiebre hemorragica de Lassa (1969), Sindrome pulmonar por hantavirus (1993), enfermedad de Hendra (1994), enfermedad de Nipah (1999).