Infectible

In`fect´i`ble


a.1.Capable of being infected.
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If a foetus is infectible, then the term b(N)N, which represents the number of newborn individuals, should be included in the equation of susceptible individuals.
Indeed, in both soybean and Macroptilium, root hairs older than 5 hours after initiation from the root meristem are no longer infectible.
Instead, Frankia, present in a septate hyphal form in the substrate, makes direct contact with an infectible, deformed root hair (Callaham et al.
The increased "space" between infectible entities should slow the growth somewhat.