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Phytopythium and Pythium Species (Oomycota) Isolated from Freshwater Environments of Korea

Nam B, Choi YJ

Oomycetes are widely distributed in various environments, including desert and polar regions. Depending upon different habits and hosts, they have evolved with both saprophytic and pathogenic nutritional modes. Freshwater ecosystem...
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Sulzbacheromyces sinensis, an Unexpected Basidiolichen, was Newly Discovered from Korean Peninsula and Philippines, with a Phylogenetic Reconstruction of Genus Sulzbacheromyces

Liu D, Yu Wang X, Wang LS, Maekawa N, Hur JS

Most of lichens are formed by Ascomycota, less than 1% are lichenized Basidiomycota. The flora investigation of lichenized Ascomycota of South Korea has been well studied in the past three...
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A Structural Equation Model of Happiness in Korean College Students

Lee H

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to develop a structural model based on Bronfenbrenner's ecology of human development theory, that illustrates relationships of happiness and associated factors among Korean...
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Factors Influencing Happiness among Pregnant Women in the Ecological Systems Theory

Lee G, Choi H

PURPOSE: This study tries to systematically understand factors that explain levels of happiness among pregnant women in the Ecological systems theory. METHODS: A descriptive, cross-sectional study was conducted with 169 pregnant...
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Factors Influencing Death Anxiety in Community-Dwelling Elderly: Based on the Ecology Theory

Kim Y, Kim M

PURPOSE: This study analyzed a path through which factors influencing death anxiety in the community-dwelling elderly, assuming personal organismic factors and microsystemic factors based on the ecology model purported by...
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An Advanced Understanding of Uterine Microbial Ecology Associated with Metritis in Dairy Cows

Jeon SJ, Galvão KN

Metritis, the inflammation of the uterus caused by polymicrobial infections, is a prevalent and costly disease to the dairy industry as it decreases milk yield, survival, and the welfare of...
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Characteristic Features of Pneumocystis Pneumonia in Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Kim H, Jang H, Kim YK, Kim D, Kim JY

BACKGROUND: Pneumocystis is difficult to culture or detect in laboratory environments. Its ecology including the timing and method of transmission as well as environmental sources and communicability remain unclear. METHODS: We...
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Diversity and Ecology of Myxomycetes from Kütahya and Konya (Turkey) with Four New Records

Ocak I, Konuk M

In this study, we examined myxomycetes that developed in moist chamber cultures of substrata material collected from Kütahya and Konya provinces in Turkey. We collected bark samples from living trees,...
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Research Progress on Leptotrombidium deliense

Lv Y, Guo XG, Jin DC

This article reviews Leptotrombidium deliense, including its discovery and nomenclature, morphological features and identification, life cycle, ecology, relationship with diseases, chromosomes and artificial cultivation. The first record of L. deliense...
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Challenges of influenza A viruses in humans and animals and current animal vaccines as an effective control measure

Yoo SJ, Kwon T, Lyoo YS

Influenza A viruses (IAVs) are genetically diverse and variable pathogens that share various hosts including human, swine, and domestic poultry. Interspecies and intercontinental viral spreads make the ecology of IAV...
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Inflammatory Joint Disease

Kim Y, Oh HC, Park JW, Kim IS, Kim JY, Kim KC, Chae DS, Jo WL, Song JH

Arthritis damages the cartilage within joints, resulting in degenerative changes, including loss of function and joint instability. Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a chronic inflammatory condition affecting the spine and bone-to-tendon...
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One Health Perspectives on Emerging Public Health Threats

Ryu S, Kim BI, Lim JS, Tan CS, Chun BC

Antimicrobial resistance and emerging infectious diseases, including avian influenza, Ebola virus disease, and Zika virus disease have significantly affected humankind in recent years. In the premodern era, no distinction was...
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Mast Cells and Microbiome in Skin Immunity

Park M, Cho KA

The skin functions as a physical barrier against entry of pathogens while concomitantly supporting a myriad of commensal organisms. The characterization of these microbial communities has enhanced our knowledge of...
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PCR Identification and Phylogenetic Analysis of Trichomonas gallinae from Domestic Pigeons in Guangzhou, China

Qiu SB, Lv MN, He X, Weng YB, Zou SS, Wang XQ, Lin RQ

Avian trichomoniasis caused by Trichomonas gallinae is a serious protozoan disease worldwide. The domestic pigeon (Columba livia domestica) is the main host for T. gallinae and plays an important role...
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Prehistoric Pathoecology as Represented by Parasites of a Mummy from the Peruaçu Valley, Brazil

Reinhard K, Araújo A

Paleopathologists have begun exploring the pathoecology of parasitic diseases in relation to diet and environment. We are summarizing the parasitological findings from a mummy in the site of Lapa do...
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VBioindex: A Visual Tool to Estimate Biodiversity

Yu DS, Yoo SH

Biological diversity, also known as biodiversity, is an important criterion for measuring the value of an ecosystem. As biodiversity is closely related to human welfare and quality of life, many...
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Pollen allergy plants in Korea

Hong CS

Pollen reactivity in respiratory allergic diseases has recently increased in Korea. According to changes in allergen sensitization over the last 30 years, tree pollen sensitization in the 2010s markedly increased...
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Alternaria in Food: Ecophysiology, Mycotoxin Production and Toxicology

Lee HB, Patriarca , Magan N

Alternaria species are common saprophytes or pathogens of a wide range of plants pre- and post-harvest. This review considers the relative importance of Alternaria species, their ecology, competitiveness, production of...
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Comparison of antibiotic resistance profiles for Escherichia coli isolated from wild boar and domestic pig fecal samples

Yoo SJ, Sunwoo SY, Seo SW, Lyoo YS

Increasing presence of wild boar around cities and suburban areas is a growing concern with respect to agronomy, environmental ecology, and public safety. In this study, antibiotic resistance profiles of...
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Priority survey between indicators and analytic hierarchy process analysis for green chemistry technology assessment

Kim S, Hong S, Ahn K, Gong S

OBJECTIVES: This study presents the indicators and proxy variables for the quantitative assessment of green chemistry technologies and evaluates the relative importance of each assessment element by consulting experts from...
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