Poisons and Toxins
Name the toxin produced by Telamonia dimidiata?
Asked in Spiders
Striped Telamonia Telamonia dimidiata spider under toilet seat?
This was determined to be a hoax. So don't worry about checking public bathroom toilets for spiders, well you might still want to check, that is, just to be on the safe side. But anyways it was determined to be a hoax because the names of the spider and the name of the airport in North Florida, or as said in the original, Chicago.
Asked in Poisons and Toxins
What is the name of the toxin that has been altered so that is harmless yet still antigenic?
Asked in Typewriters
What was the name of the first succecful typewriter and what year was it produced?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Name a hormone and were it is produced in the body?
What is the name of the force which is produced during punch?
Asked in Meteorology and Weather, Physics
What is the name of the rainbow colors produced from a white light?
Asked in Trees
What is the French 'Coumarou' in English?
Tonka bean is an English equivalent of the French 'Coumarou'. That's the common name for the tree. Its scientific name is Dipteryx odorata. The French common name and the adjective 'odorata' in the Latin name refer to the distinctively sweet, freshly mown hay smell of its natural toxin, coumarin. This toxin has the allelopathic effect of slowing the growth of nearby competitive vegetation in general, and of grasses and herbs in particular.
Asked in Chemistry, Chemical Bonding, Acids and Bases
What is the name of the gas that is produced when a metal reacts with acid?
Asked in Earthquakes
What is the name given to the vibrations produced in an earthquake?
Example of each infection intoxication and toxin mediated infection?
An example of food infection includes bacterial infections such as E. Coli, Salmonella, and Campylobacter, to name a few common ones. An example of food intoxication is mostly viruses, such as Norovirus, staph infection, Rotavirus, and Hepatitus A. Toxin-mediated infection is caused by parasites that carry the bacteria and after ingestion, create the toxin. Examples of this are Giardia, Toxoplasma, Trichinella, and Anisakis ssp.