papulation


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papulation

 [pap″u-la´shun]
the formation of papules.

papulation

/pap·u·la·tion/ (pap″u-la´shun) the formation of papules.

papulation

[pap′yəlā′shən]
Etymology: L, papula, pimple, atus, process
the development of papules.

pap·u·la·tion

(pap'yū-lā'shŭn)
The formation of papules.

papulation

the formation of papules.
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He said that about 260 lady health workers and staff of 17 Papulation Welfare Centers were participating in this campaign who would visit door to door for identifying the Dengue Larvae and destroying them.
State/Province Forecast Estimated Bear Previous Percent Papulation Harvest Success Alaska (grizzly) Good 30,000 1,900 Unknown (2012) Alaska (black) Excellent 100,000 3,250 Unknown (2012) Arizona Very Good 3-5,000 303 Unknown (2012) Arkansas Very Good 4,000 Approx.
Cadmium biomonitoring and renal dysfunction among a papulation environmentally exposed to cadmium from smelting in China (China Cad).
Morphological Character Mean (mm) [+ or -] SEM by Papulation (year collected) Morphological India New Delhi India Character (1976) (2008) Body L 0.
The debate we need to have as a nation on what may constitute a sustainable papulation must start with a clear assessment of our current ecological footprint, an acknowledgement that we are over-consuming, and a serious plan for reduction in ecological impacts, irregardless of final population levels.
1: Social Indicators Country Life Infant Mortality Papulation Expectancy Mortality Rate Rate under 5 Avg.
Lesions on both palms showed minimal vesiculation, moderate papulation and scaling, moderate to severe erythema, and severe fissuring and lichenification.
It is based on the extent of affected skin areas, on the severity of erythema, papulation, crust, excoriation, lichenification and scaling, as well as on the subjective parameters pruritus and sleep loss.
Laticifer ultrastructure and differentiation in seedlings of Papaver bracteatum, Papulation Arya II, American Journal of Botany, (65): 978-983.
Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins, dibenzofurans, and biphenyls in the general papulation in Finland.
The Company, which has one product on the market and three compounds in late-stage clinical trials, stated analysis of the study did not show an acceptable therapeutic response with respect to the primary clinical endpoint -- a composite clinical severity index based upon erythema (redness of the skin), papulation (swelling) and excoriation (scratch marks).