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, aerogenous
a. aerógeno-a, que produce gas.
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Integrated evaluation of aerogenic pollution by airtransported heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Ni, Zn, Mn and Cu) in the analysis of the main deposit media.
[9] have indicated that the microbes were involved in teff flour, indicating that there is the involvement of mold, Enterobacteriaceae, aerobic mesophilic bacteria, yeasts, fermentative aerogenic, Gram negative bacteria rods, lactic acid bacteria, and Bacillus spp.
Eigelsbach, "Aerogenic immunization of man with live tularemia vaccine," Bacteriological Reviews, vol.
Subcutaneous emphysema of the lower extremities is usually caused by an infection with aerogenic bacteria's which is often seen after major traumas like open fractures.
Studies conducted on fermentation of teff using it as the sole source of microorganisms indicate that a metabolically associated heterogeneous group of fermentative, aerogenic, gram-negative rods, lactic acid bacteria, Bacillus spp.
The labs at USAMRIID have tremendous resources and technical expertise to conduct aerogenic infection experiments of Ebola, which terrorists groups like Boko Haram currently lack.
Aerogenic theory suggests that the inhaled fungal spores are deposited in the sinuses, commonly the ethmoid sinus, and become pathogenic when the sinus begins to be anaerobic [2].