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What is Salmonella? Salmonellosis is a bacterial infection that caused by Salmonella species that normally thrives in animal and human intestines. The mode of this bacteria to shed-off is through feces. Humans usually become infected mostly due to the contaminated food or water. As well as from eating uncooked meat, eggs and poultry products. Persons with…

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Calotropis procera Linn (Swallow wort) is a wild plant, highly branched perennial shrub that belongs to the family of Asclepiadaceae. It is believed  as medicinal plants that can be found in tropics growing on sandy and alkaline soils. Calotropis procera contains chemicals that have been used for antifungal, anticancer and insecticidal activity. It also exhibits…

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Zika virus is mainly spread by mosquitoes particularly female that is active during daytime to feed blood in order to lay eggs. This Zika virus when contact with human infects epidermal cells following the lymph nodes down to the bloodstream. Pathogenesis of this virus is similar to dengue fever showing symptoms like fever, joint pain,…

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Climate change is a phenomenon nowadays that is well studied in the field of natural sciences. The aim of this article is to contribute an innovative approach and ethical sustainability to tackle possible solutions on climate change. It is also focused on how to synthesize different approaches on areas being affected. Hence, human being is…

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  Peat soils are formed from biochemical process on moderately decomposed vegetation by aerobic microorganisms. It is mostly produced from soil surface layer with low amount of water that has been preserve during anaerobic conditions. Tropical peats particularly in swamp forest are mostly composed of trees with decayed organic matter from stems and roots. Moreover, microorganism activities…

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Carbon, nitrogen and oxygen are the fundamental elements of life on Earth. Global carbon varies in amount and its capacity to provide realistic ecosystem response to environmental changes. In the past century ecological changes increased and the prediction of  the important role of the ocean in global carbon cycle.              Where…

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The body is made up of millions of cells and cancer starts when one of them instigates to develop and proliferate too much resulting to make a growth called tumour. Over the decades cancer shows high incidence of death and different therapy technique develop including radiotherapy and chemotherapy. However, recent discovery about hyperthermia technique which…

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Aerobiology Research was first formed in 1994 to collect outdoor air samples and report on pollen and fungal spore levels. We started with 12 sites across Canada and now have 30 where samples are gathered and our laboratory analysis is done. The database we have collected is also stored in our laboratory in Ottawa for…

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Well, the outdoor allergy season is almost over and we will soon be finished doing collections and providing information to the public through our reports that we produce. The pollen in the air is generally at low levels or even absent on many days now. But people may still be suffering for a while in…

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It came as a surprise to me recently to realize how much is known about the immune responses of plants and, moreover, how much there is to know. There is, I found, detailed molecular information about how our botanical cousins defend themselves against the onslaught of infectious agents. Perhaps most surprising is that plants and animals share basic…

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A vegetative spore that forms multicellular

Climax ecosystem: The last stage in ecological Succession. An

A gram-negative nonmotile aerobic and encapsulated facultative bacterium involved as respiratory tract pathogen in pigs.

Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae is…