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A parcel of real estate; usually refers to a large area of land.

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Inhibition of Metarhizium anisopliae in the alimentary tract of the eastern subterranean termite Reticulitermes flavipes.
Summarizing the results of alimentary tract research in ontogenesis of moose, cattle, sheep, and goats, we drew the following conclusions.
The number (n) and frequency of occurrence of prey items from the alimentary tracts of Crolatus horridus atricaudatus from Georgia.
HTLV-I-associated lymphoma involving the entire alimentary tract and presenting with an acquired immune deficiency.
Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease characterized by discontinuous involvement of the entire alimentary tract, from the mouth to the anus.
Given that the alimentary tract normally contains very large numbers of bacteria, it is not too surprising that during the harvesting and processing of giblets there are numerous opportunities for contamination to occur.
atc groups - ags group - group a - alimentary tract and metabolism, group g - urinary system - sex, sex hormones, the s - sensory organs.
The data demonstrate that live AG014 bacteria are released at the targeted site in the GI tract, and while moving through the alimentary tract, produce and deliver the anti-TNF-alpha antibody certolizumab locally to the GI tract.
By identifying six different mosses in his alimentary tract, they suggest that the Iceman may have travelled, injured himself and dressed his wounds.
2,3) Nonpathogenic Candida in the alimentary tract are found in the nonbudding yeast phenotype, (4) whereas budding yeast, identified by a crop wash or a fecal Gram's stain, can identify a pathogenic infection.