Jeremiah A. Jolley

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Rhinosporidium seeberi, a microorganism that can infect the mucosal surfaces of humans and animals, has been classified as a fungus on the basis of morphologic and histochemical characteristics. Using consensus polymerase chain reaction (PCR), we amplified a portion of the R. seeberi 18S rRNA gene directly from infected tissue. Analysis of the aligned(More)
OBJECTIVES To estimate the risk of preterm delivery of twin pregnancies based upon sonographic cervical length measurement and gestational age at measurement. METHODS Twin pregnancies that delivered between 1999 and 2005 and that underwent sonographic measurement of cervical length between 13 and 34 + 6 weeks' gestation were identified and a retrospective(More)
Riparian corridors perform ecological functions to a degree that vastly exceeds their spatial area on the landscape. These unique ecotones decrease sedimentation, provide unique wildlife habitat, help attenuate flood waters, and improve stream water quality by regulating and absorbing nutrient and pollutant flows across system boundaries. However, human(More)
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