Co-infected groups showed the most obvious clinical signs, associated with significant higher mortality and respiratory organ
abnormalities, in comparison with the mono-infected groups (P0.05) effect of the inoculation time intervals between vNDV and E.
April tarpon are active and generally will be "rolling" because they can gulp air on the surface, due to their unique swim bladder that serves as a respiratory organ
. This trait aids anglers in finding them.
Szeto focuses on the lungs because many cancers, including breast and kidney, spread through the respiratory organ
. He hopes that one day patients will breathe in similar cancer-fighting microcapsules with an inhaler.
He is medical director of the respiratory therapy and pulmonary rehabilitation departments at LAC+USC Medical Center, and the system chair for the respiratory organ
system for second year medical students at KSOM.
* The respiratory organ
bears 14-16 apical opening pores (Fig.
Gills: The respiratory organ
of most aquatic animals that breathe water to obtain oxygen.
The data on carbon black, which causes respiratory organ
ailments, indicate that gas emissions have declined as a result of emissions controls, said Yutaka Kondo, professor at the university's Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, which carried out the study.
The so-called blind shark pumps water into its mouth and out of this respiratory organ
The man had been hospitalized last October with cancer of the respiratory organ
, according to the hospital.
The lung is an important respiratory organ
in the body, and the shape, location and structure differ among animals.
The Central Environment Council was referring to emissions of particulate matter, a suspected carcinogen, and nitrogen oxide, which is said to cause respiratory organ
Tropism of and innate immune responses to the novel human betacoronavirus lineage C virus in human ex vivo respiratory organ