bacteriosis


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bacteriosis

(bækˌtɪərɪˈəʊsɪs)
n
any bacterial disease
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bacteriosis

[ˌbæktɪərɪˈəʊsɪs] Nbacteriosis f

bac·te·ri·o·sis

n. bacteriosis, toda infección causada por gérmenes o bacterias.
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The increased leukocytes activity in DX- and HC-treated fish, added to bacteriosis and mortality after blood sampling stress, is a solid indication that the immune function, in this case, was reduced before the blood sampling at day four post implant, and the drug-treated fish had a latent infection by opportunistic pathogens, which advanced to a pathological condition after stress.
The etiology of diseases of farm animals and poultries registered in some farms of the Republic was studied in the bacteriosis biotechnology laboratory of the Kazakh National Agrarian University as well as in some regional veterinary laboratories.
Regurgitation and aspiration of the gastric fluid are more likely since proton-pump inhibitors, or histamine type 2-receptor antagonists would cause the pH value to rise, leading today's bacteriosis.
ENFERMEDADES DEL CULTIVO Sigatoca Negra 14% Elefantiasis, 5% Otros, 5% Moko, 1% Bacteriosis 23% Sigatoca 53% Amarilla, Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico segmentado.
En los relatos, ademas, parece tejerse una memoria de unas naturalezas regionales en la que ciertos cultivos ya no existen o no son lo que eran antes, una memoria tejida tanto de registros narrativos sobre las plagas (por ejemplo, la escoba de bruja para el cacao, la roya para el cafe, el moco y la bacteriosis para el platano), como de registros sobre anos de bonanza, o sobre la llegada de los cultivos transitorios y las multiples oleadas de asistencia tecnica.
the ash from UTT units can be used as a reclamation agent--deoxidizer of acidic soils instead of lime powder, as well as the agent, instead of expensive germicides, for fighting plants bacteriosis.
Later, the bacterial etiology was discovered and other terms were reported, including actinophytosis, staphylococcal actinophytosis, bacterial pseudomycosis and granular bacteriosis (2, 3).
Los cultivares de yuca BRA685 y SG107-35 presentan altos niveles de resistencia a la bacteriosis vascular, una de las principales limitantes bioticas en la produccion de yuca (Restrepo et al, 2000).
1998a), and found a new bacteriosis present on cassava fields.
Mas recientemente, mediante el uso de marcadores especificos de QTL (quantitative trait loci) y SSR (simple sequence repeat) se obtuvo el mapa genetico de la yuca y se detectaron genotipos y sistemas multialelicos codominantes asociados a la tolerancia y resistencia de dos importantes enfermedades, como el mosaico africano de la yuca y la bacteriosis vascular (Okogbenin y Fregene 2001; Okogbenin et al.