granulosis


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granulosis

 [gran″u-lo´sis]
the formation of granules.
granulosis ru´bra na´si redness and marked sweating confined to the nose and surrounding area of the face, with red papules and sometimes many small vesicles, seen most often in children, and usually subsiding at puberty.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

gran·u·lo·sis

(gran'yū-lō'sis),
A mass of minute granules of any character.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

gran·u·lo·sis

(gran'yū-lō'sis)
A mass of minute granules of any character.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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En muchos de los paises en donde se ha establecido la palomilla de la papa se ha encontrado al virus de la granulosis que ataca a P operculella (PoGV).
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Este problema ha llevado a la busqueda de metodos de control menos riesgosos, mas amigables con el ambiente y mas sostenibles, como es el uso de productos biologicos a base de virus de la granulosis que afectan de forma natural las larvas de estas dos especies de insectos (Lopez-Avila 1996).
(2005), quienes al evaluar virus de la granulosis formulados sobre Tecia sohmivora (Povolny, 1973), encontraron porcentajes de eficacia entre el 88% y 100%, resultados significativamente diferentes a los obtenidos por los aislamientos sin formular con un porcentaje de eficacia entre el 36% y 86%.