Alaria


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Alaria

a genus of the family Diplostomatidae of digenetic trematodes. Includes A. alata (largely nonpathogenic, found in intestines of wild and domestic carnivores).
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OpenStack is clearly now a global phenomenon offering organizations the opportunity to create an IT infrastructure that can far more quickly respond to the organic nature of today's business demands through easy-to-use software," said Valentina Alaria, Senior Director of Product and Solutions Marketing at PLUMgrid.
To the Editor: The digenean trematode Alaria alata is considered an emerging zoonotic parasite in Europe because of increased findings in wild boars during Trichinella inspection.
Dr Alaria Bultrighini of University College London began her study of a rare stone parapegma unearthed on Yeronisos, "an intriguing device" for keeping track of the 30-day lunar calendar.
The North East also still has a reasonable "crop" of alaria, a cold-water kelp which has been retreating north as the climate warms.
Dapena explores a little-known cult film directed by Luis Maria Delgado in 1961, and starred by Alfredo Alaria, "the first self-proclaimed homosexual in the history of Spanish cinema.
Species that are currently integrated and farmed alongside Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) include blue mussels (Mytilus edulis and Mytilus trossulus), which can retain smaller salmon feed fines and fecal particles from the water column that are in an acceptable particle size range; and kelp (Saccharina latissima and Alaria esculenta), which absorb dissolved nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus.
At Dermalogica, the AGE Smart Overnight Repair Serum is formulated with palmitoyl tripep-tide-38 and alaria extract to help increase collagen renewal, hydration, firmness and dermal strength.
Jan was a member of Saint Peter's Church and the Holy Love Ministry based in Alaria, OH.
Among the topics are essential food safety management points in the supply chain of game meat in South Africa, detecting Alaria spp.
parasites Number Actual % Commulative % No parasites 59 59 59 Toxocara canis 12 12 71 Ancylostoma caninum 8 8 79 Dipylidium caninum 7 7 86 Trichuris vulpis 6 6 92 Taenia hydatigena 5 5 97 Alaria canis 2 2 99 Angiostrongylus vasorum 1 1 100 Total 100 100 --
80 87 100 Pulex initans, male 80 73 Present Pulex simulans, male 20 Present Spilopsyllus inaequalis Orchopeas agilis 7 Orchopeas caedens 7 Opisocrotis hirsutus Present Euhoplopsyllus affinis 13 Foxella ignota Cediopsylla Dactylopsylla percernis Ixodes hingi 40 11 Ixodes sculptus 10 Dermacentor andersoni Dermacentor variabilis Intestinal parasites Number of samples (foxes or scats) 12 (2) (g) 0 18 Hookworms 16 (100) Toxascaris (50) Isospora 17 Physaloptera (100) 11 Trichuris vulpis 25 Alaria arisaemoides Taenia 22 Toxocara 25 11 Dipylidium canium 100 Mesocestoides (50) Capillaria 25 Other Demodexh Oklahoma Reported Taxa (d) Texas (e) (f) Ectoparasites Number of samples (foxes or scats) 80 57 Pulex spp.
Alaria, "Complete Suspension of Particles in Mechanically Agitated Vessels," Chem.