Carol S. Moss

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Punctodera chalcoensis Stone et al. is a cyst nematode parasitizing corn (Zea mays L.) and teosinte (Zea mexicana (Schrad.) Kuntz) in Mexico (7). This nematode damages corn severely in Tlaxcala and Puebla states of Mexico (7). Pathogenic studies of P. chalcoensis on corn have been conducted in the greenhouse (2). Mundo-Ocampo and Baldwin (6) reported that(More)
A 21-year-old, black man presented to Henry Ford Hospital in April, 1987, complaining of pain and swelling over the dorsum of his left foot for approximately two years, aggravated by excessive activity. He had been treated by an outside physician, in February 1987, for tendonitis of the left foot. Physical examination revealed swelling and tenderness over(More)