Gordona


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Gordona

(gōr'dōn-ă),
A genus of aerobic bacteria that are gram-positive or gram-variable actinomycetes found in the human respiratory tract; some species are associated with bronchiectasis and with mixed flora pulmonary abscesses; the type species is Gordona bronchialis.
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Tishin, in his article "Dnevnik Patrika Gordona," Sovetskie arkhivy, 2 (1969), 110, provides the following dates for the two wide gaps: 25 Jan.
Dear GordonA FEW years ago I had a baby, but he died shortly after being born.
She is survived by her niece Suzanne Laperle, and her husband Joe and their children Jessica Laperle and her fiancee Raul Roman, Amy Gordona, her husband John and their daughters Madelyn and Mackenzie, and her sister in law Aurore Labbee.
Most Dibenzothiophen (DBT) desulfurizing bacteria were isolated and characterized such as Arthrobacter, Brevibacterium, Pseudomonas, Gordona and Rhodococcus Sp [5, 6, 7].
Well, far be it from the likes of me to give advice to such a veritable political colossus as Gordona.
Labour councillor for Riverside, Iona Gordona, has recommended more routes be opened up to cyclists in the city.
a) The original spelling, Gordona, was changed to Gordonia in 1997 (5).
Proposal of a new genus, Gordona, for slightly acid-fast organisms occurring in sputa of patients with pulmonary disease and in soil.
Gordona Knezevic, a Serb who returned from Cairo in 1991 to become a political reporter and then deputy editor, takes an increasingly pro-Bosnian government line, until she too realizes the paper must oppose hardline Muslim fundamentalists in the government, despite the risks for Oslobodjenje's access to resources (fuel, newsprint) and political independence.
Manufacturing facilities are located in Cremona and Gordona in northern Italy.
Halvey and her companion Mentor Kerxhalli of Auburn, MA; 10 grandchildren: Karen Taylor and Jennifer Page of Worcester, MA, Amy Gordona of Sutton, MA, Jessica Laperle of Grafton, MA, Nathan, Sarah and Maria Laperle of NH; four great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson, and many nieces and nephews.
A Gordona strain was capable of metabolizing mid-distillates and light distillates (Rhee et al.