José M. Quesada

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The fractal dimension (FD) is a quantitative parameter that characterizes the morphometric variability of a complex object. Among other applications, FD has been used to identify abnormalities of the human brain in conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), including white matter abnormalities in patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Extensive grey(More)
In 1909, Donovan [1] proposed the creation of a new genus, Phytomonas, to differentiate plant from animal trypanosomatids. Phytomonas spp. live in the latex, sap, sieve tubes, and fruit of many plant species [2]. At first, considerable controversy surrounded the pathogenicity of phytomonads in plants, as initially these parasitic protozoans were not thought(More)