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Biologia (bakteria, wirus) (101)

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Bacterial vaginosis. Computer illustration of Gardnerella vaginalis bacteria (rods) attached to epithelial cells, known as clue cells. G. vaginalis is one of the species of bacteria that cause vaginosis. Clue cells are a diagnostic feature of bacterial vaginosis found during light microscopy of a cervical smear. Bacterial vaginosis causes an abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant fishy smell. It is caused by an imbalance of the normal vaginal flora. Treatment is with antibiotics.
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Bacterial vaginosis. Computer illustration of Gardnerella vaginalis bacteria (rods) attached to an epithelial cell, known as a clue cell. G. vaginalis is one of the species of bacteria that cause vaginosis. Clue cells are a diagnostic feature of bacterial vaginosis found during light microscopy of a cervical smear. Bacterial vaginosis causes an abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant fishy smell. It is caused by an imbalance of the normal vaginal flora. Treatment is with antibiotics.
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Bacterial vaginosis. Computer illustration of Gardnerella vaginalis bacteria (rods) attached to an epithelial cell, known as a clue cell. G. vaginalis is one of the species of bacteria that cause vaginosis. Clue cells are a diagnostic feature of bacterial vaginosis found during light microscopy of a cervical smear. Bacterial vaginosis causes an abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant fishy smell. It is caused by an imbalance of the normal vaginal flora. Treatment is with antibiotics.
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Bacterial vaginosis. Computer illustration of Gardnerella vaginalis bacteria (rods) attached to epithelial cells, known as clue cells. G. vaginalis is one of the species of bacteria that cause vaginosis. Clue cells are a diagnostic feature of bacterial vaginosis found during light microscopy of a cervical smear. Bacterial vaginosis causes an abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant fishy smell. It is caused by an imbalance of the normal vaginal flora. Treatment is with antibiotics.
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Bacterial vaginosis. Computer illustration of Gardnerella vaginalis bacteria (rods) attached to epithelial cells, known as clue cells. G. vaginalis is one of the species of bacteria that cause vaginosis. Clue cells are a diagnostic feature of bacterial vaginosis found during light microscopy of a cervical smear. Bacterial vaginosis causes an abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant fishy smell. It is caused by an imbalance of the normal vaginal flora. Treatment is with antibiotics.
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Bacterial vaginosis. Computer illustration of Gardnerella vaginalis bacteria (rods) attached to an epithelial cell, known as a clue cell. G. vaginalis is one of the species of bacteria that cause vaginosis. Clue cells are a diagnostic feature of bacterial vaginosis found during light microscopy of a cervical smear. Bacterial vaginosis causes an abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant fishy smell. It is caused by an imbalance of the normal vaginal flora. Treatment is with antibiotics.
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Rhinoviruses and rain, 3D illustration. Conceptual image showing increase in common colds caused by rhinoviruses in cold rainy season
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Rhinoviruses and rain, 3D illustration. Conceptual image showing increase in common colds caused by rhinoviruses in cold rainy season
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A man with smallpox infection and variola virus, a virus from Orthopoxviridae family that causes smallpox, highly contagious disease eradicated by vaccination, 3D illustration
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A man with smallpox infection and variola virus, a virus from Orthopoxviridae family that causes smallpox, highly contagious disease eradicated by vaccination, 3D illustration
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A man with smallpox infection. This infections is caused by variola virus, a virus from Orthopoxviridae family, it is highly contagious disease eradicated by vaccination, 3D illustration
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Illustration of a multipolar neuron, a type of neuron that possesses a single axon and many dendrites. This allows for the integration of a great deal of information from other neurons. Multipolar neurons constitute the majority of neurons in the brain and include motor neurons and interneurons.
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Illustration of a multipolar neuron, a type of neuron that possesses a single axon and many dendrites. This allows for the integration of a great deal of information from other neurons. Multipolar neurons constitute the majority of neurons in the brain and include motor neurons and interneurons.
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Diagram showing structure and size of a typical Rabies virus (Rhabdovirus), causing Vesicular stomatitis and certain plant virus diseases.
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Illustration of the concept of biological organization.
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An ' stylized depiction of a retrovirus, consisting of a geomic nucleic acid, RNA or DNA (here RNA, in violet), and surrounded by capsid proteins (orange-yellow), surrounded by a glycoprotein envelope. Examples of retroviruses are the flu virus, the AIDS virus, and the SARS virus (depicted here). Viruses can only reproduce by invading and taking over other cells, as they lack the cellular machinery for self-reproduction.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/BSIP This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) revealed some of the ultrastructural morphologic features of a Klebsiella pneumoniae bacterium. K. pneumoniae is a non-motile, Gram-negative rod, and a facultative anaerobe, which means that it is able to adapt to an existence in an oxygenated or deoxygenated environment. It is an encapsulated bacterium that is commonly found in the human digestive tract, and is often the cause of hospital acquired, or nosocomial infections involving the urinary and pulmonary systems.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/BSIP This electron micrograph reveals a number of RNA rotavirus virions, and a number of unknown, 29nm virion particles. A rotavirus has a characteristic wheel-like appearance when viewed by electron microscopy, i.e., rotavirus is derived from the Latin rota, meaning "wheel". Rotaviruses are nonenveloped, double-shelled viruses, making the virus stable in the environment.
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This 3D medical illustration shows the components of a typical animal cell, includng the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, lysosome, and golgi apparatus.
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This 3D illustration shows the components of a standard animal cell, including the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondrion, lysosome, and golgi apparatus.

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