Madame Reuter looked more like a joyous, free-living
old Flemish fermiere, or even a maitresse d'auberge, than a staid, grave, rigid directrice de pensionnat.
The point of this discovery was that it proved Haldin to have been familiar with that horse-owning peasant--a reckless, independent, free-living
fellow not much liked by the other inhabitants of the house.
Furthermore, studies of free-living
finches find more severe clinical signs of mycoplasmal conjunctivitis in left versus right eyes, but the mechanisms underlying this side bias remain unknown.
There was minimal hypoglycemia, 0.6% and 1.4%, respectively, over 54 hours of hybrid closed-loop control.1,2 Additional longer-term studies are underway to evaluate the Omnipod Horizon algorithm under free-living
conditions in patients of all ages with type 1 diabetes.
A new study, published in the journal Science on Friday, found that free-living
honeyguide birds in Mozambique regularly help humans locate nests of bees for collecting honey.
Study was done to determine the role of flushing in removal of free-living
protozoa, Legionella spp.
PAM is a rare, devastating infection of the brain caused by Naegleria fowleri, a free-living
ameba found in warm, fresh water bodies throughout the world.
We compared the effects of exposure to saponins from the sea cucumber body wall and from the Cuvierian tubules on the behavior and gill ultrastructure of pearlfishes and free-living
He said that there will probably be no free-living
rhinos as the remaining numbers will be fenced off in military-style compounds which are alarmed and heavily guarded by armed patrols.
amebae of the genera Acanthamoeba, Balamuthia, Naegleria, and Sappinia are rare causes of infectious diseases in humans, with the exception of Acanthamoeba keratitis (AK), which is reported in more than one to two cases per 1 million contact lens wearers in the US annually.
Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis is caused by the small, pathogenic, free-living
amoeba Naegleria Fowleri, Acanthamoeba species and Balamuthia mandrillaris.