The invaded epithelium cornifies and separates in form of a scab
(Ambrose et al.
While some host [pecan] resistance is available to reduce the impact of pecan scab
, new strains of the pathogen have been able to overcome that resistance," says Bock.
In laboratory experiments, the human cells involved in healing quickly attached to the membrane and lined up like those in actual scabs
As farmers are sometimes reluctant to discuss scab
, the scale of the problem has been difficult to assess.
For us, the aim of the article was scab
removal; it was not deemed necessary to expound upon a second topic that we considered common knowledge for anyone working in health care.
Most supermarkets allow potatoes skins to have no more than 5% scab
are such a classic childhood ailment that it's a surprise to see an adult covered in what Wikipedia elegantly defines as "hard coatings on the skin formed during the wound-healing reconstruction phase".
Moreover, when the strike began to wind down in September, it became clear that at least half of the scab
workforce on the waterfront was composed, not of middleclass patriots but of men who wished to remain and who, promised preference, would, if they remained, force the returning strikers to wait in line behind them at the daily call up.
As such, it was expected that the SCAB
would significantly, positively correlate with Holland's Artistic type of vocational interests.
Narrator B: One day, Kid Blink, Dave, and other newsies find scabs
selling papers on a street corner.
You can also make a tea from chives and use as a spray on your apple trees to help protect from scab
If someone tries to cross the picket line, ``You should call them what they are at that point, a scab
, and any other derogatory term you feel appropriate to use for an individual who is taking wages from you and your family.