autochthonous


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autochthonous

[ȯ′täk·thə·nas]
(ecology)
Pertaining to organisms or organic sediments that are indigenous to a given ecosystem.
(geology)
Having been formed or occurring in the place where found.
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The city of Huaquillas, Ecuador, is 70 km southwest of Machala, the location of the single autochthonous malaria case in this province.
Six were likely autochthonous cases occurring in the southern United States.
There are no previous research stating the improvement of biometrical parameters of Piaractus mesopotamicus, the most produced native species in Argentinian aquaculture, by the administration of autochthonous probiotics.
Autochthonous cases of intestinal Taenia solium infections were not registered, but 36 serologic tests for cysticercosis were conducted at NCIPD by clinical indications and positive results in ELISA were found in 2 patients with clinical manifestations of neurocysticercosis.
They said 'Our intervention herein is to set the records straight in confirmation of the autochthonous status of Okomu kingdom, being an integral part of the Ijaw-Apoi and the aboriginal riverine Ijaw ethnic nationality.'
Then, it is essential to isolate and evaluate autochthonous microorganisms as components of microbiological formulae with aquaculture purposes (5).
Fellows et al., "Autochthonous hepatitis E in southwest England," Journal of Viral Hepatitis, vol.
Ecologic modeling has predicted that this region of the United States is at increased risk for autochthonous Chagas disease.
These data show that leprosy in Spain is mainly an imported disease, although some autochthonous cases have been also seen.
Finally, a couple of substantive chapters address the implementation of confession and penitence, steered by the overall project of imposing Western cultural and economic conceptual perspectives on the Andean autochthonous peoples.
The Philippines is among the countries classified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as those with reported or indication of autochthonous or local Zika virus transmission and no reports of GBS or microcephaly.