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endemic

an endemic disease or plant

endemic

[en′dem·ik]
(medicine)
Peculiar to a certain region, specifically referring to a disease which occurs more or less constantly in any locality.
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patients (either from filaria endemic region or from filaria non-endemic region) did not respond to DEC till Day 5 (Table 1).
Urine EIA is a noninvasive and sensitive assay with high specificity but is subject to false-positive results in patients with other fungal infections, particularly blastomycosis (6), which is not known to be endemic in Montana or Idaho.
However, the resident and endemic birds of Delhi and north India become active in the summer season.
The most recent checklist for the Caribbean Islands was published by Acevedo-Rodriguez and Strong (2012) and this work identified 92 seed plant endemic species.
There were only four countries in the WHO endemic list, including Pakistan, Nigeria and Afghanistan.
The New Zealand archipelago harbors diverse endemic species including the famous kiwi.
The 48 pages provide never-before seen details on how to see almost all of Cuba's endemic species.
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Today only four countries remain where polio is endemic (Afghanistan, India, Nigeria and Pakistan).
El ganador de 2009 fue "Habitat preference of the endemic tawny deermouse (Peromyscus perfulvus), a species of conservation concern," The Southwestern Naturalist 53(1):9-20, by G.
This new study in three areas in Mall and Senegal where onchocerciasis was endemic has now provided the first strong evidence of the feasibility of onchocerciasis elimination with ivermectin in some endemic areas in Africa.
While some countries are making substantial progress in reducing the transmission of wild polio virus, importations in other countries are occurring because of a failure to interrupt transmission in endemic countries such as Nigeria and India.