bacteriosis


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bacteriosis

[bak‚tir·ē′ō·səs]
(plant pathology)
Any bacterial disease of plants.
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Cutaneous granular bacteriosis, a rarely diagnosed infection of the head and the neck.
Regurgitation and aspiration of the gastric fluid are more likely since proton-pump inhibitors, or histamine type 2-receptor antagonists would cause the pH value to rise, leading today's bacteriosis. In this study, patients with cancers were predisposed to HCAP due to agranulocytosis caused by the tumor or chemotherapy (18.8%).
Sutic, Bakterioze Crvenog Patlidzana (Tomato Bacteriosis), vol.
As was shown by the tests carried out by some agricultural organizations (All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute for Agricultural Use of Reclaimed Areas, All-Russian production-scientific association on agrochemical service of agriculture "Soyuzselkhozkhimiya", etc.), the ash from UTT units can be used as a reclamation agent--deoxidizer of acidic soils instead of lime powder, as well as the agent, instead of expensive germicides, for fighting plants bacteriosis. Field experiments with barley, clover, rye, flax and potato demonstrated that the increase of crop yield due to the introduction into the soil of lime powder or ash from UTT units was practically the same, equalling 4%.
Later, the bacterial etiology was discovered and other terms were reported, including actinophytosis, staphylococcal actinophytosis, bacterial pseudomycosis and granular bacteriosis (2, 3).
Los cultivares de yuca BRA685 y SG107-35 presentan altos niveles de resistencia a la bacteriosis vascular, una de las principales limitantes bioticas en la produccion de yuca (Restrepo et al, 2000).
(1998a), and found a new bacteriosis present on cassava fields.