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Tularemia

An infectious bacterium that can cause lesions, fever, anorexia and death in humans. It has been used in American, Japanese and Soviet bioweapons programs. See also: Biowarfare.
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Two weeks before he graduated from Tulare High, he entered the decathlon at the Southern Pacific AAU Games in Pasadena.
The small grocery/convenience store in Tulare, Calif., was built in the 1930s after the Great Depression on the state's old 99 Highway (hence the name).
Thomas Harter, UC Cooperative Extension specialist in the department of Land, Air, and Water Resources at UC Davis, said the report bolsters efforts by scientists with UC Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) to help growers manage nitrogen more effectively and, in turn, improve drinking water for future generations in the Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley.
As a result of all these efforts, Tulare is expected to save more than $13.9 million in energy costs, and avoided capital and operating costs.
Kings and Tulare County have vast lots of open land and sit astride major power transmission lines that run from northern to southern California.
Burnham, who was last seen a mile from the Johnsondale Bridge in Johnsondale, Calif., Tulare County Sgt.
In Tulare, USCS offers a broad range of services to local, national and international customers by providing dry, refrigerated and frozen food storage, blast or quick freezing, and extensive transportation capabilities.
Members of the Tulare County Historical Society and of ASABE were also in attendance.
Land O'Lakes said it would continue to operate cheese manufacturing facilities in Tulare and Orland, California, Melrose, Minnesota, and in Denmark and Kiel, Wisconsin, as well as a cheese processing facility in Spencer, Wisconsin.
The winning proposal for FuelCell Energy's Direct FuelCell (DFC) power plant, submitted by distribution partner Alliance Power Inc., was selected by the city of Tulare over reciprocating engine and micro-turbines in a competitive award process.
But ARS scientists in the Western Regional Research Center's Plant Mycotoxin Research Unit at Albany, California, have found that a commercial walnut variety, Tulare, is remarkably resistant to being contaminated by the fungus.
O2Diesel Corporation recently announced that California's Tulare County has begun using the company's O2Diesel fuel for its heavy-duty equipment, an arrangement the company said could potentially lead to the sale of 1 million gallons of O2Diesel per year.
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