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  1. Airborne is a supervillain in the Marvel Comics.
  2. Airborne, The (tv documentary; 1979, 60m) Air racing and exhibition flying with Art Scholl, Canadian Snowbirds, Darryl Greenameyer, et al. (Web site)
  3. Airborne, the pilot maintains a listening watch while operating within the airport mandatory frequency area.
  4. Airborne, the spinner dolphin can make up to seven revolutions in as little as a second. (Web site)
  5. When airborne, the spores spread the mold from place to place like dandelion seeds blowing across a meadow. (Web site)

Airborne Phase

  1. This mold will only grow on a living plant during the airborne phase, but will grow on general cellulose surfaces in the yeast phase. (Web site)
  2. Operation Varsity, the airborne phase of Plunder, would include the British 6th Airborne Division "Red Devils," commanded by Maj.

Airborne Divisions

  1. Resistance to the main crossing was light, but casualties in the Airborne Divisions were heavy.

Airborne Noise

  1. Sound Attenuators Components which are inserted into the air distribution system and designed to reduce airborne noise which is propagated along the ducts.

Airborne Crash

  1. The Crew of Courage officially launched at Talladega Superspeedway on April 25, the anniversary of Edwards' 2009 last-lap, airborne crash.
  2. The Crew of Courage officially launched at Talladega Superspeedway on April 25, the anniversary of Edwards' 2009 last-lap, airborne crash.

Infected Person

  1. Streptococcus bacteria are airborne and they can be contracted simply by breathing the same air with an infected person.

Airborne Chemicals

  1. This membrane contains blood vessels which warm the air and tiny hair-like receptor nerve cells that detect airborne chemicals. (Web site)


  1. The relative importance and usefulness of airborne, droplet, or contact precautions in infection control are still uncertain.

Dust Particles

  1. The airborne organisms will be carried in the air in microscopically tiny water vapor or dust particles. (Web site)
  2. Hay fever is caused by pollens of specific seasonal plants and airborne chemicals and dust particles in people who are allergic to these substances.
  3. Hay fever or allergic rhinitis is caused by the pollen of specific seasonal plants, airborne chemicals and dust particles. (Web site)

Airborne Allergies

  1. Airborne Allergies We get hay fever; dogs get itchy skin. (Web site)

Soviet Airborne Forces

  1. With a deteriorating security situation, large numbers of Soviet airborne forces joined stationed ground troops and began to land in Kabul on December 25. (Web site)

Airborne Particulates

  1. Airborne Particulates: Total suspended particulate matter found in the atmosphere as solid particles or liquid droplets.
  2. It has water vapor and airborne particulates that we inhale into our lungs.
  3. Made of clinical, non-latex foam, the unobtrusive filters are placed just inside the nose, blocking out up to 97 percent of airborne particulates. (Web site)

Airborne Irritants

  1. Our germ-fighting formula removes airborne irritants like bacteria, dust, and pollen while it freshens and invigorates your nose and sinuses.
  2. Rhinitis is a reaction that occurs in the nose when airborne irritants (allergens) trigger the release of histamine.

Airborne Express

  1. At closing, we will deduct your Mortgage payoff from your sale proceeds and send your payoff via overnight courier (ex., Airborne Express, FedEx). (Web site)

Inhaling Airborne Spores

  1. However, mycotoxins tend to concentrate in fungal spores, and thus present a potential hazard to those inhaling airborne spores.

Airborne Substances

  1. The skin tests are most reliable when testing for airborne substances (such as animal dander or pollen).
  2. It is usually caused by allergies to airborne substances such as dust, moulds, pollens, animal fur and feathers. (Web site)
  3. Allergic rhinitis, more commonly referred to as hay fever, is an inflammation of the nasal passages caused by allergic reaction to airborne substances.

Airborne Pollens

  1. Airborne pollens and mold spores are outdoor allergens that commonly trigger symptoms during the spring and fall.


  1. If F. tularensis were used as a weapon, the bacteria would likely be made airborne for exposure by inhalation. (Web site)
  2. The pathway may be direct contact with moldy material, inhalation of airborne spores or fungal fragments or of contaminated building materials.
  3. Inhalation, ingestion and dermal contact are the routes of human exposure to airborne microorganisms, inhalation being the predominant.

Airborne Ash

  1. Cars were coated with the airborne ash, and a distinctive sickening smell, something akin to burning plastic, permeated the air. (Web site)

Airborne Disease

  1. Although flu can spread from a sufferer, MRSA pneumonia is not an airborne disease and is not contagious. (Web site)

Becoming Airborne

  1. If the mold is too dry, then the mold spores will have a much better chance of becoming airborne while being disturbed during the cleaning process. (Web site)
  2. It can also be contagious by becoming airborne.

Airborne Troops

  1. The ARVN force for this operation was composed of three battalions of airborne troops and two battalions of the 1st ARVN Division. (Web site)
  2. Transported in aircraft: airborne troops.

Airborne Pollutants

  1. The environment is also a source of free radicals caused by ultraviolet radiation or airborne pollutants, such as cigarette smoke. (Web site)

Airborne Route

  1. Microorganisms spread wholly or partly by the airborne route include tuberculosis (TB), chicken pox (varicella virus) and measles (rubeola virus). (Web site)
  2. Caused by a bacterium called Mycobacterium tuberculosis, TB spreads via an airborne route from an infectious person coughing, sneezing, laughing, or singing. (Web site)
  3. Animal studies have shown that transmission occurs through an airborne route (9, 20), but the infectious form has not been identified. (Web site)

Airborne Contaminants

  1. Dust, dirt, pollen, animal dander and other airborne contaminants are pulled into your duct system every time the furnace or air conditioner runs.
  2. Every time you run your heating and cooling system, airborne contaminants, including dust, pet dander, pollens and molds, are pulled into the ducts.
  3. Occupants become sick or may become sick in the future from exposure to airborne contaminants in the house. (Web site)

Airborne Forces

  1. On May 15, loyal Vietnamese marines and airborne forces flew from Saigon to Da Nang. (Web site)

Airborne Mold Spores

  1. When airborne mold spores are present in large numbers, they can.

Airborne Droplets

  1. The virus is spread to humans via the rat's urine in airborne droplets or contaminated food. (Web site)


  1. Also, if the surface that the mold is growing on is still damp or wet, the mold spores will not become airborne as easily.
  2. Airborne mold spore concentrations can become unhealthful when large areas are wet for prolonged periods. (Web site)


  1. There are two types of drag behind a golf ball when it is airborne, laminar and turbulent.


  1. When handling or cleaning moldy materials, consider using a mask or respirator for protection against inhaling airborne spores. (Web site)

Airborne Transmission

  1. Airborne transmission has been suggested for some members of the Norwalk family of viruses and for rotavirus. (Web site)


  1. Mycobacterium tuberculosis may be transmitted by droplet or airborne transmission and may survive for years in dust particles. (Web site)
  2. Chickenpox is extremely contagious, and can be spread by direct contact, droplet transmission, and airborne transmission.
  3. This "toxic black mold," Stachybotrys chartarum, infamous thanks to media attention, is not designed for airborne transmission, being large and sticky.


  1. Edwards reportedly admitted to officials after the race that the wreck was intentional, though he did not expect Keselowski's car to go airborne. (Web site)
  2. NASCAR president Mike Helton said Tuesday there are two separate issues: the wreck itself, and the fact that Keselowski's car went airborne. (Web site)


  1. Brett Bodine went airborne and briefly turned the bottom side of his car toward me before coming back down on his wheels.


  1. Helton said NASCAR saw two distinct parts to the accident: Edwards' action; Keselowski's car going airborne. (Web site)
  2. Helton said NASCAR separated the accident into two issues: Edwards' action, and the fact that Keselowski went airborne. (Web site)


  1. Unless large numbers of spores become airborne, there is usually little problem. (Web site)
  2. Pollens of insect-pollinated plants are too large to remain airborne and pose no risk.
  3. And, they add, airborne spores are 10 times too large to reach the lower respiratory tract in humans. (Web site)


  1. No amount of supervision, sanitation, or personalized care can prevent a dog from "catching" and airborne virus.
  2. And if your dog is in an indoor kennel or show, make sure the indoor area is adequately ventilated so airborne organisms are transferred outside. (Web site)


  1. Mold spores or fragments that become airborne can expose people indoors through inhalation or skin contact.


  1. Mold spores may remain airborne indefinitely, may cling to clothing or fur, or may be able to survive extremes of temperature and pressure. (Web site)

Present Study

  1. The present study provides information about the methods used to determine airborne bacteria in occupational environments.
  2. In the present study, we aimed at the development of oligonucleotide probes for the detection of common airborne fungi at the genus and species levels. (Web site)


  1. Parainfluenza is a highly contagious virus spread airborne.
  2. Parainfluenza - A highly contagious disease that speads via contact or airborne transmission. (Web site)


  1. Some serious infectious diseases are spread through airborne bacteria or viruses, including whooping cough, meningitis and anthrax.
  2. Filtering prevents airborne bacteria, viruses, other potentially disease-causing substances from entering the lungs, where they may cause infection. (Web site)
  3. The award-winning Infinity Air Purifier doesn't just filter air, it captures and kills airborne pathogens such as bacteria, viruses and mold.


  1. As we've seen before, I believe it was Matt Kenseth's Nationwide crash, his car got airborne with a spoiler on the back of it.


  1. He tried for at least one lap before succeeding with three laps to go, nudging Keselowski's car and sending it airborne. (Web site)
  2. Edwards intentionally made contact with Brad Keselowski's car, sending it airborne in what could have been a life-threatening wreck. (Web site)


  1. B-17's and many fighters at Clark Field are caught on the ground, but a few P-4O's manage to get airborne. (Web site)
  2. Astronomical observatories are mainly divided into four categories: space based, airborne, ground based and underground based. (Web site)
  3. On the ground, the British XXX Corps would advance into Holland and link up with the airborne forces.


  1. Skinner's car went airborne, landed on top of Bell's car, then back in the air before it crashed onto its side in the middle of the track as debris flew.
  2. Setzer went airborne, crashed into the safety fence and his car was on fire as it skidded down the track.
  3. It was airborne for over 100 m before nosediving into the ground and disintegrating as it somersaulted along the edge of the track. (Web site)


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