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Bursa

... the bursa , which causes the discomfort. The maturation of B cells takes place in birds in an organ called the bursa of Fabricus. B cells in mammals mature largely in the bone marrow . ...

Hookworm

... Pathology any of a number of blood sucking nematode s in the phylum Nematoda, order Strongiloidae that live as parasites in humans and other mammals and attach themselves to the host 's intestine s by means of hooks. Hookworm - Ancyclo stoma caninum Cutaneous larva migrans ...

Host

... - host ... any of a number of blood sucking nematode s in the phylum Nematoda, order Strongiloidae that live as parasites in humans and other mammals and attach themselves to the host 's intestine s by means of hooks. Main function seems to be to protect the host against invading parasites ....

Intestine

... the film. any of a number of blood sucking nematode s in the phylum Nematoda, order Strongiloidae that live as parasites in humans and other mammals and attach themselves to the host 's intestine s by means of hooks. Ile ostomy A surgical opening in the abdomen connected to the small ...

Nematode

... in length. any of a number of blood sucking nematode s in the phylum Nematoda, order Strongiloidae that live as parasites in humans and other mammals and attach themselves to the host 's intestine s by means of hooks. The disease is caused by nematode s ( roundworms ) of the genus ...

Parasites

... ." ... any of a number of blood sucking nematode s in the phylum Nematoda, order Strongiloidae that live as parasites in humans and other mammals and attach themselves to the host 's intestine s by means of hooks. Main function seems to be to protect the host against invading parasites ....

Parasite

... ; ... any of a number of blood sucking nematode s in the phylum Nematoda, order Strongiloidae that live as parasite s in humans and other mammals and attach themselves to the host 's intestine s by means of hooks. Main function seems to be to protect the host against invading parasite ...

Quarantine

... animals not known to you Vaccination of people in high-risk occupations or certain travelers Quarantine regulations on importing dogs and other mammals in disease -free countries ... Unlike the hastily chomped cyanide -containing suicide pill in the latest James Bond movie, in the real world, ...

Rabies

... abnormal behavior , and eventual paralysis and death . radiation (ray-dee-AY-shun) ... rabies A fatal, if untreated, viral disease of mammals that's spread to humans by the bite of infected animal. rad ... RABIES ( Hydrophobia ) SYMPTOMS"Symptoms begin appearing within 1-4 months after ...

Rickettsia

... , spirochete s, and fungi, can cause infection . RMSF is caused by Rickettsia rickettsii, a microorganism carried by rodents and other small mammals inhabiting infested areas. Ticks who feed on these animals acquire the microorganism and pass it along in their saliva . Typhus , African ...
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