pectinata produced a chemical autotoxin that reduced its population growth rate and individual survival, thus imposing a density-dependent predator death rate.
The autotoxin also reduced rotifer survival, and this effect became stronger as rotifer density in the source of the medium increased [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2B OMITTED] (log-rank test, P [less than] 0.001).
Instead, the source of density-dependent mortality was the production of an unidentified autotoxin [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2B OMITTED].
TABLE Adult peripheral lymphadenopathy: The differential is broad (2-5) Autoimmune Malignancies Infections disorders Miscellaneous * Kaposi's * Brucellosis * Derma- * Amyloidosis sarcoma tomyositis * Leukemias * Coccidioidomycosis * Rheumatoid * Miscellaneous arthritis (autotoxins
, * Lymphoma * Cytomegalovirus antivenoms, * Sjogren's streptokinase, * Metastases syndrome vaccines) * Human * Skin immunodeficiency * Systemic lupus * Sarcoidosis cancer virus erythematosus * Serum * Infectious sickness mononucleosis medications (such as * Lyme disease allopurinol, atenolol.
Directly implicated in this death, Verwoerdian apartheid is described through a Brobdingnagian allegory in which "the blond [sic] / colossus vomits its indigestible / black stepchildren like autotoxins
" (DR, 52).
The results indicated that harmful microorganisms increase and beneficial microorganisms decrease, which were mediated by the accumulated autotoxins
in rhizosphere soil of consecutively monocultured P.