granulosis


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granulosis

[‚gran·yə′lō·səs]
(invertebrate zoology)
A virus disease of lepidopteran larvae characterized by the accumulation of small granular inclusion bodies (capsules) in the infected cells.
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Clinically, we made a diagnosis of Granulosis Rubra Nasi, Lymphangioma Circumscriptum, Nevus Comedonicus, and sebaceous gland hyperplasia.
Hydatid disease is caused by cestode, Echinococcus Granulosis, due to close association of humans with sheeps and dogs, especially in rural area 1.
En el examen histopatologico se observa acantosis, hiperqueratosis, granulosis y exocitosis linfocitaria; pero los hallazgos fundamentales que se deben presentar histologicamente para el diagnostico de la enfermedad son la degeneracion hidropica del estrato basal, los cuerpos coloidales de civatte y LA presencia de un infiltrado inflamatorio, caracterizado por su disposicion subepitelial en banda.
Reconocimiento, seleccion y evaluacion de aislamientos nativos de virus de la granulosis para el control biologico de la polilla guatemalteca de la papa Tecia solanivora.
magna infection as actually being caused by this parasite; however, certain described signs may have been due to injury (Lankester and Samuel 1998), bacterial infection (Leighton 2001), Echinococcus granulosis, or Taenia hydatigena cysts (Jones and Pybus 2001).
Coordinated control of Pieris rapae with Trichogramma evanescens and granulosis virus.
An ELISA (enzyme linked immuno-sorbent assay) test for Echinococcus granulosis was positive to a titre of 1:256.
Not surprisingly, human infection with Echinococcus granulosis is seen by physicians in Ulaanbaatar, although less frequently than in the neighboring northern provinces of China.
One of these is granulosis virus to control codling moths that attack apples, pears, walnuts, and plums.
Webb and Shelton (1990) found rates of infection to be higher in mid-instar Pieris rapae than early or late instars (mortality 8, 72, and 44% for first, third, and fifth instars, respectively), when exposed to spray applications of granulosis virus.
The viruses are not similar enough, even though they're both granulosis viruses."
On histopathological examination epidermis shows mild hyper keratosis, focal para keratosis, mild hyper granulosis and acanthosis.