In common with other feminists of color such as Joan Morgan (in When Chickenheads Come Home to Roost), the authors of Colonize
pylori that are deficient in these proteins fail to twist properly and, consequently, are unable to colonize
pilosicoli isolates from humans and other species have been used experimentally to colonize
chicks, piglets, and mice (5-7).
In Alexander McGill's words, a "curious and restless and excited gaze" had been fixed u pon Africa by those desiring to colonize
"her," just as America had been the object of similar desires three centuries before.
Exploring the repressive nature of a dominant desire for objectification and power in her first scenario, Morrison shows how this desire both marks black women's bodies and colonizes
As such Bartels' contribution to existing work on imperialism and the urge to colonize
in the early modern period are significant.
Unlike the grass inhabitants, the tree endophytes are quite diverse and colonize
emerging leaves instead of passing from one generation to the next.
To turn now to class conflict in A it is important to clarify some of Himes's depictions of the public spheres--the bars, the churches, the police stations, the train stations, the barbershops, the bookie joints, and the streets--that interpellate Black people, and often colonize
the Black world.
Patients lay for several hours or days in warm, stagnant water and slush; normally poorly virulent environmental bacteria, fungi, and amoebae found the ideal conditions to colonize
in open wounds and bone fractures and disseminate to other body sites.
Because VRE can colonize
the gastrointestinal tract for a prolonged period without progressing to clinically apparent disease, early recognition of colonization is essential for preventing patient-to-patient transmission.
Only [human ancestors] were adaptable enough to colonize
the diverse animal communities that were repeatedly built up and broken down.