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Etho–Ecological Adaptations in the Great Frigate-bird
TLDR
The Fergatidae have not only evolved a strongly aerial life, becoming morphologically specialized with reduced tarsi, tiny unwebbed zygodactylous feet, vestigial uropygial gland and a ratio of wing span to weight greater than in any other sea-bird. Expand
A NEW HEDGE-NETTLE (STACHYS: LAMIACEAE) FROM SOUTH CAROLINA, U.S.A.
A distinctive and geographically restricted species of Stachys, S. caroliniana (Lamiaceae), or “hedge-nettle,” is described from South Carolina, as a member of the flora of the Coastal Plain of theExpand
Antibiotic Effect of Tylosin on a Mycoplasma Contaminant in A Tissue Culture Leukemia Cell Line.∗
TLDR
Two consecutive treatments with Tylosin (Purina tylan) at a concentration of 50 μg/ml were non-toxic to the cells and were effective in ridding the cultures of PPLO. Expand
THE BEHAVIOR OF POX VIRUSES IN THE RESPIRATORY TRACT
  • J. Nelson
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental medicine
  • 31 August 1938
TLDR
A catarrhal reaction manifested by a coryza and a pneumonia of characteristic pathology was regularly produced in mice by the nasal instillation of vaccinia virus, and an immunity which was effective against reinfection for several months but ultimately declined was attendant on recovery. Expand
STUDIES ON AN UNCOMPLICATED CORYZA OF THE DOMESTIC FOWL
  • J. Nelson
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental medicine
  • 31 August 1933
TLDR
By a method combining filtration and cultivation an unidentified Gram-negative bacillus was isolated from the nasal exudate of fowl experimentally infected with an uncomplicated coryza, and certain cultural characters of the bacilli are discussed. Expand
The nasal transmission of pleuropneumonia-like organisms in mice and rats.
  • J. Nelson
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of infectious diseases
  • 1 March 1948
STUDIES ON AN UNCOMPLICATED CORYZA OF THE DOMESTIC FOWL
  • J. Nelson
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental medicine
  • 28 February 1935
Minute coccobacilliform bodies have regularly been found in the nasal exudate of fowl infected both by injection and by contact with the coryza of slow onset. These bodies are commonly less than 0.5µExpand
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