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These AC's are toxins secreted by pathogenic bacteria such as Bacillus anthracis and Bordetella pertussis during infection.
These bacteria also secrete proteins that enable the AC-II to enter host cells, where the exogenous AC activity undermines normal cellular processes.
These forms of AC have been reported in specific bacteria ( Prevotella ruminicola and Rhizobium etti, respectively ) and have not been extensively characterized.
These agents are bacteria, viruses, or toxins, and may be in a naturally occurring or a human-modified form.
These pores allow naturally occurring enteric bacteria, such as E. coli and Enterobacter, to enter the hemocoel, where they multiply and cause sepsis.
These are epithelial cells that are coated with bacteria.
These include chemical pesticides, bacteria, arsenic, dioxins, and polychlorinated biphenyl ( PCB ).
These differences in structure can produce differences in antibiotic susceptibility, for instance vancomycin can kill only Gram-positive bacteria and is ineffective against Gram-negative pathogens, such as Haemophilus influenzae or Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
These symptoms usually start suddenly, one to five days after ingestion of the bacteria.
These epidemics were less fatal due to a greater understanding of the cholera bacteria.
These cells and the bacteria trapped inside them entered a symbiotic relationship, a close association between different types of organisms over an extended time.
These modern organisms with endosymbiotic relationships with aerobic bacteria have verified the endosymbiotic theory, which explains the origin of mitochondria and chloroplasts from bacteria.
These marine worms are nutritionally dependent on their symbiotic chemoautotrophic bacteria lacking any digestive or excretory system ( no gut, mouth or nephridia ).
These light-gathering membranes may even form enclosed structures called chlorosomes in green sulfur bacteria.
These formations may have resulted from carcass burial in an anoxic environment with minimal bacteria, thus delaying decomposition.
These include bacteria, fungi, other plants, and animals.
These include alpha-amylase from bacteria, which converts starch to simple sugars, chymosin from bacteria or fungi that clots milk protein for cheese making, and pectinesterase from fungi which improves fruit juice clarity.
These bacteria were lysed to release phage progeny.
These microorganisms including bacteria and the broad range of organisms that form the marine microbial loop, responsible for regulating much of the oceans ' biogeochemistry.
These surviving bacteria will then reproduce again, producing the next generation.
These carbohydrates types can be metabolized by some bacteria and protists.
These structures can fill most of the interior of a cell, giving the membrane a very large surface area and therefore increasing the amount of light that the bacteria can absorb.

These and move
These can also move a short distance but at right angles to the tappets.
These are not used in amoeboid movement, but are stiff skeletons on which organelles are supported or can move on.
These infections may appear from the patient not being able to move around, and being confined to the bed.
These conflicts forced him into an anachronistic itinerant existence, as he had to move his court between various places through the years, residing in Graz, Linz and Wiener Neustadt.
These four ' Quadruplex ' signals are then sent to the control surface actuator, and the surface begins to move.
These include the choice over whether to adopt a current standard, or move towards a more neutral, but artificial one.
These ions move through the channel pore single file nearly as quickly as the ions move through free fluid.
These cyclonic disturbances generally move eastward from over the Mediterranean Sea several times a month and result in sporadic precipitation.
These first engines were used to power pumps and produced only reciprocating motion to move the pump rods at the bottom of the shaft.
These angels are described as having solid black eyes, having a shoulder span measured in miles, and carrying hammers " so large, that if all of mankind tried at once to move them a single inch, they would fail ".
These functions allow the Amiga to move GUI windows around the screen rapidly as each is represented in graphical memory space as a rectangular block of memory which may be shifted to any required screen memory location at will.
These shows might travel through country towns or move from corner to corner along busy London streets, giving many performances in a single day.
These weakly bound electrons can move about in the crystal lattice relatively freely and can facilitate conduction in the presence of an electric field.
These young mites move about on the skin and molt into a " nymphal " stage, before maturing as adults, which live three to four weeks in the host's skin.
These channels are specific to calcium and only allow the passage of calcium to move through.
* To All Who These Presents Shall Come, Greeting: Know Ye, that in consequence of propositions of peace, or cessation of hostilities, being submitted to me, as Commandant of the California Battalion of the United States forces, which have so far been acceded to by me as to cause me to appoint a board of commissioners to confer with a similar board appointed by the Californians, and it requiring a little time to close the negotiations ; it is agreed upon and ordered by me that an entire cessation of hostilities shall take place until to-morrow afternoon ( January 13 ), and that the said Californians be permitted to bring in their wounded to the mission of San Fernando, where, also, if they choose, they can move their camp to facilitate said negotiations.
These close defenders always position themselves relative to the disc, meaning that they have to move quickly as it passes from handler to handler.
These contacts usually consist first of the bump or pass so that the ball's trajectory is aimed towards the player designated as the setter ; second of the set ( usually an over-hand pass using wrists to push finger-tips at the ball ) by the setter so that the ball's trajectory is aimed towards a spot where one of the players designated as an attacker can hit it, and third by the attacker who spikes ( jumping, raising one arm above the head and hitting the ball so it will move quickly down to the ground on the opponent's court ) to return the ball over the net.
These typically move slowly, only several meters per year, but occasionally move faster.
These chains can move independently relative to each other, which lets the material change shape.
These ghosts are particularly bothersome since they move and behave like the normal targets ( which they echo ), and so the receiver has difficulty in isolating the correct target echo.
These electron-hole pairs can only move along the surface.

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