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160 Possible Causes for Echinolittorina, cinerea

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  • Neisseria

    KEYWORDS: Bacteremia; Eculizumab; Neisseria cinerea; Nonpathogenic Neisseria[] […] classification Neisseria cinerea/drug effects Neisseria cinerea/genetics Neisseria cinerea/isolation & purification* Neisseriaceae Infections/diagnosis* Neisseriaceae Infections[] (von Lingelsheim 1906) Murray, 1939 According To NZFUNGI (2012-) New Zealand Fungi Names - Name Based Concepts Subordinate Taxon Concept Full Name Neisseria cinerea (von[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina
  • Eucalyptus

    CONTEXT: Eucalyptus cinerea F. Muell. ex Benth. (Myrtaceae) is a medium-sized tree cultivated in Egypt.[] […] acyl phloroglucinol compounds namely; Sideroxylonal B (1) and Macrocarpal A (2) were isolated from the Sideroxylonal-Rich Extract (SRE) of the juvenile leaves of Eucalyptus cinerea[] […] river redgum Eucalyptus cambageana Eucalyptus campaspe silver-top gimlet Eucalyptus camphora Eucalyptus capitellata brown stringybark Eucalyptus cephalocarpa Eucalyptus cinerea[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina
  • Moraxella Catarrhalis

    Before 1962, when N. cinerea was described, strains of this species were misidentified as N. catarrhalis .[] KnappJ.S. and HookE.W. (1988): Prevalence and persistence of Neisseria cinerea and other Neisseria spp. in adults - J. Clin. Microbiol. 26 (5) : 896–900.[] Previously known as Branhamella May occasionally be misidentified in the lab as N. cinerea , N. flavescens , or as a glucose-negative strain of N. gonorrhoeae .[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina
  • Walnut

    Related Species: Bastogne Walnut (Juglans x paradox) Butternut (Juglans cinerea) Claro Walnut (Juglans hindsii) English Walnut (Juglans regia) Peruvian Walnut (Juglans spp[] Nutmeat of the eastern black walnut from the Juglans nigra is less commercially available, as are butternut nutmeats from Juglans cinerea .[] […] hybrids of the English walnut. [2] Other species include J. californica , the California black walnut (often used as a root stock for commercial breeding of J. regia ), J. cinerea[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina
  • Bidens

    BACKGROUND: Bidens pilosa and Dichrostachys cinerea extracts were investigated for the antibacterial properties against waterborne diarrhoeagenic bacteria.[] […] caucalidea , B. caudata , B. cernua , B. cervantesii , B. cervicata , B. chiapensis , B. chilensis , B. chinensis , B. chodatii , B. chrysanthemifolia , B. ciliolata , B. cinerea[] Our results suggest that B. pilosa and D. cinerea contain constituents with antioxidant and antimicrobial activities, which could be used in the treatment of diarrhoea in[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina
  • Bacillus Brevis

    Polymyxin B also showed activity against B. cinerea at 25 mol/l.[] Grey mould caused by Botrytis cinerea is a devastating disease that results in extensive yield losses to strawberry.[] Gramicidin S was the most active against B. cinerea with a minimal inhibitory concentration of 15 mol/l.[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina
  • Chrysanthemum

    The protein possesses antifungal activity against Botrytis cinerea, Mycosphaerella arachidicola and Physalospora piricola, but not against Rhizoctonia solani, Fusarium oxysporum[] Botrytis cinerea Maintain greenhouse humidity below 98% at all times.[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina
  • Nosocomial Pneumonia

    […] distinguish N. cinerea from N. gonorrhoeae.[] Abstract We describe what appears to be the first reported case of nosocomial pneumonia caused by Neisseria cinerea.[] Clinical laboratories that rely on the BACTEC method for differentiation of pathogenic neisseriae should be aware of the fact that N. cinerea may mimic N. gonorrhoeae when[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina
  • Bacillus

    […] antibiotic compounds, we found that Bacillus siamensis KCTC 13613 T significantly inhibited mycelial growth of the plant-pathogenic fungi Rhizoctonia solani and Botrytis cinerea[] B. siamensis has antimicrobial compounds that inhibit plant pathogens, such as the fungi Rhizoctonia solani and Botrytis cinerea, and they promote plant growth by volatile[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina
  • Ophthalmia Neonatorum

    Abstract Neisseria cinerea is an organism that has only recently been implicated as a human pathogen.[] There could be potential problems because PCR and, to a lesser extent, strand displacement amplification will detect other Neisseria species including N. cinerea, N. flavescens[] In this case, N. cinerea was identified as the cause of ophthalmia neonatorum (conjunctivitis) in a 2-day-old girl.[]

    Missing: Echinolittorina

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