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34 Possible Causes for Gondwanamyces, proteae

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  • Aristolochia Petersiana

    Protea gazensis Beard Protea glabra Thunb. Protea heckmanniana Engl. Protea homblei De Wild. Protea lacticolor Salisb. Protea laetans L.E. Davidson Protea lanceolata E.[vikimy.com] Protea eximia (Salisb. ex Knight) Fourc. Protea gaguedi Gmel. Protea gazensis Beard Protea glabra Thunb. Protea heckmanniana Engl. Protea homblei De Wild.[enhancedwiki.territorioscuola.it] Protea abyssinica Willd. Protea angolensis Welw. Protea aurea (Burm. f.) Rourke Protea caffra Meisn. ( Protea rhodantha Hook.f., Protea multibracteata Phill.)[vikimy.com]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces
  • Serratia

    Protea , a plant generic name; L. v. maculo , to spot; N.L. part. adj. proteamaculans , spotting Protea .[bacterio.net] A bacterial leaf-spot disease of Protea cynaroides exhibiting a host reaction of possibly bacteriolytic nature. Annals of Applied Biology 6 :27–39. Google Scholar 19.[link.springer.com] Further investigation of a suggested bacteriolytic action in Protea cynaroides affected with the leaf-spot disease.[doi.org]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces
  • Perinephritis

    The activator usually are proteas and colibacillus. E. G. F.[bigmed.info]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces
  • Leukoplakia of the Bladder

    In this case activators are colibacillus, streptococci, staphylococcus, proteas, etc.[en.medicalmed.de]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces
  • Congenital Nevus

    Beijing, China; §Department of Dermatology, School of Medicine, University of Balamand, Beirut, Lebanon; ¶Department of Genetics, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT; ‖Protea[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces
  • Chrysanthemum

    Red White Yellow Flower Type Alstroemeria Bird of Paradise Calla Lily Carnation Chrysanthemum Daisy Delphinium Gerbera Daisy Gladioli Hydrangea Iris Larkspur Lily Orchid Protea[flowershopping.com] 0 result(s) Flower Type All Alstroemeria Bird of Paradise Calla Lily Carnation Chrysanthemum Daisy Delphinium Gerbera Daisy Gladioli Hydrangea Iris Larkspur Lily Orchid Protea[flowershopping.com]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces
  • Proteus

    In: Tribu Proteae. Flammarion E M, editor. Paris, France: Bactériologie médicale; 1951. pp. 395–399. [ Google Scholar ] 2. Hauser G.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Steve Jackson Games E-mu Proteus , a series of sample playback synthesizers See also [ edit ] Proteans (body language) , a class of subtle body language flirting signals Protea[en.wikipedia.org]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces
  • Ornithogalum

    Proteas Tropical Flowers Wholesale Bouquets Fresh Cut Orchids Cymbidium Orchids Dendrobium Orchids Mokara Orchids Fresh Orchid Lei Specialty Cut Orchids Live Plants Green[flowerwholesale.com] Snapdragons Stock Sweet Peas Thistle Tulips Veronica Viburnum Yarrow In Demand Eucalyptus Baby's Breath Garlands Roses Garden Roses Spray Roses Tropicals Orchids Fillers Berries Proteas[flowerwholesale.com] Popular Greenery Greenery Garlands Fillers & Berries Filler Flowers Ornamental Berries Local Flowers Sunflowers Celosia Yarrow Amaranthus Asclepsias Summer Flowers Tropicals & Proteas[flowerwholesale.com]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces
  • Summitt Syndrome

    Protea Bookshop will host a launch of the book on Saturday 23 June in the form of an interview with Prof Dean about the story behind the story and the many peaks along the[blogs.sun.ac.za]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces
  • Dirca Palustris

    Division Magnoliophyta Flowering plants, also known as angiosperms Class Magnoliopsida Dicotyledons—plants with two initial seed leaves Subclass Rosidae Roses, legumes, proteas[florafinder.com]

    Missing: Gondwanamyces

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