the anterior, sausage-shaped portion of the insect ovariole. It is in the germarium that cystocyte divisions occur and the clusters of cystocytes become enveloped by follicle cells.
follicle cell Follicle cells may refer to the layer of cells surrounding a thyroid follicle, a hair follicle, and ovarian follicle. The follicle cells of an ovarian follicle are providing nutrients to the developing ovum for growth and maturation.
The insect equivalent of a platelet (a blood cell which helps bring about blood clots). at a site of injury, these cells will break down into threads around which plasma can gel, stopping the flow of haemolymph (the arthropod equivalent of blood) from the site.
Circulatory fluid of those molluscs and insects that have an ‘open’ circulatory system. Haemolymph contains water, amino acids, sugars, salts, and white cells like those of blood. Circulated by a pulsating heart, its main functions are to transport digestive and excretory products around the body. In molluscs, it also transports oxygen and carbon dioxide.
Maybe we need to relook at the OOmycetes, I bel Mary L. mentioned these along with the cellulose in the beginning of Morgellons studies.
The oomycetes comprise the largest group of non-photosynthesizing stramenopiles. Stramenopiles share some distinguishing structural features, such as tubular cristae in their mitochondria and motile asexual spores. These zoospores have two flagella: the anterior one is called a "tinsel" flagellum for its numerous hair-like projections along the shaft; the posterior one is termed a "whiplash" flagellum. The anterior flagellum is probably responsible for pulling the zoospore through the water, while the posterior one acts as a rudder for steering the cell. Taxonomists get excited about these defining structural characteristics. Zoospores are wall-less, thus are sensitive to certain environmental challenges.
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The oomycete life cycle. Source(Exam2Figure8Lifecycle.jpg).
There are other ways that you can tell an oomycete from a fungus. Oomycetes are diploid for most of their life cycle, fungi mainly haploid. The two groups synthesize lysine by different pathways (fungi via α-aminoadipic acid, oomycetes via α,ε-diaminopimelic acid). The cell walls of fungi contain chitin in high amounts, those of oomycetes are made up of other glucans, including cellulose.
Although the oomycetes and the fungi are unrelated, their many phenotypic similarities bring to mind thoughts of convergent evolution. Recently it was found that oomycetes have acquired some genes from fungi, but they have also imported genes from diatoms, brown algae, and even cyanobacteria. Such gene transfer events appear to have taken place often, suggesting that the oomycete genome has a chimeric ancestry.
Most of the fungi species being found are ascomycetes.
So, that in relation to the possible tardigrade on your (Ruth's) video?
The electron, proton or even photon could be directing the polarity of the tardigrade eggs?
So, tardigrade eggs in association with ascomycetes? mycelias and moss, since they thrive on lichen and moss.
So lichen, a product of algae (cyanobacteria, or harmful rhodophyta from red algae) and fungi. and moss could be the harboring places of these tardigrades.
which are in cahoots with the fungus gnat which carries (vectors) the fungi or algae spores creating the lichen drawing the tardigrades.
The tuns, are little bumps the tardigrades live in, these can become calcified when they hibernate. With their cocoon covered home, "the tun" they are all set for a few months sleep, then they awaken when the temperature is right and the moss is pheromoning the air,.
Take care all,
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Once one is tested and diagnosed with mycotoxicosis, one should begin to try to assess the extent of the fungal infection and how impaired, if any, one may be. This is exceptionally important as most physicians are inexperienced in dealing with this illness, and finding out as much as one can would possibly most helpful in describing symptoms and effective treatments.
Fungi have long been known to affect human well being in various ways, including disease of essential crop plants, decay of stored foods with possible concomitant production of mycotoxins, superficial and systemic infection of human tissues, and disease associated with immune stimulation such as hypersensitivity pneumonitis and toxic pneumonitis. The spores of a large number of important fungi are less than 5 µm aerodynamic diameter, and therefore are able to enter the lungs. They also may contain significant amounts of mycotoxins. Diseases associated with inhalation of fungal spores can include toxic pneumonitis, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, tremors, chronic fatigue syndrome, kidney failure, and cancer.
Exposure to molds has become a significant health risk to an increasing number of workers in various occupations throughout the nations. Fungal antigens are able to cause occupational asthma, rhinoconjunctivitis, hypersensitivity pneumonitis and organic dust toxic syndrome (ODTS). In recent years, an increasing incidence of mold-induced diseases has been encountered in moldy contaminated water-damaged buildings. This has occurred both in homes and workplaces. Symptomatic persons occupying moisture problem buildings may develop asthma, rhinitis, ODTS and HP.
There is more information in these references, which fully illustrate the impact when the inhalation of these mycotoxins can have on the body, including the mucous membranes; often mistaken for an "allergic" reaction. Many allergists disagree that inhalation of these mycotoxins can have such a profound shock on the body, yet there is more and more evidence to back up the fact that there is a direct correlation to other distinct illnesses.
When the World Health Organization recently convened, Dr. A.V. Costantini, head of the organization; an internist who modestly claims to be a "just a country doctor," listed fourteen diseases wherein fungal (mold & Candida Albicans) forms of microorganisms have been found include the following: atherosclerosis, cancer,, AIDS,, diabetes mellitus,, rheumatoid arthritis,, Sjogren's syndrome, systemic lupus , erythematosus,, gout,, Crohn's disease,, Multiple sclerosis,, hyperactivity syndrome,, Infertility,, psoriasis, cirrhosis of the liver, Alzheimer's disease, Scleroderma, Raynaud's Disease, sarcoidosis, kidney stones, amyloidosis, vasculitis, and Cushing's disease. Even most antifungals will not control most cases of Candida, as several unnamed species of Candida have recently been introduced from Africa and Asia, and antifungals and cholestyramine do not treat them effectively alone.
Dr. Costantini, believes that the concept of "auto-immune" diseases contains a fatal flaw, because no successful species can develop a system of defense which attacks itself. Antibodies that are measured in the blood stream and which imply an autoimmune condition are actually antibodies against ubiquitin, a substance that is present in many species including that of fungi.
Antifungal, anti-mycoplasmic treatments according to Dr. Costantini, by treating various so-called auto-immune diseases with antifungals, including Systemic lupus erythematosus and lichen sclerosis, the disease can possibly be halted. However, many species have become so virulent that treatment may often have to be combined with diet, vitamin/enzymes, and other non-traditional treatments. There has also been question lately if nano bacteria has been playing into the part of the part of patients who have been having relapses as there has always been a balance of fungi and bacteria in the body before infection occurred.
Among the traditional drugs are found Lovastatin, Griseofulvin, Ketoconazole, Neomycin, Fibrates, Tetracycline and others, some of which may also be effective against Lupus. However, these should all be administered by a health professional, with due consideration for their adverse effects, including that of killing off beneficial microbes, lactobacillus acidophilus, in the intestinal tract.
Growth of commonly occurring filamentous fungi in foods may result in production of toxins known as mycotoxins, which can cause a variety of ill effects in humans, from allergic responses to immuno-suppression and cancer. The most dangerous mycotoxins are aflatoxins, ochratoxin A, fumonisins, trichothecenes and zearalenone, a toxin known for causing infertility and endometriosis. Aflatoxins are potent carcinogens and, in association with hepatitis B virus, are responsible for many thousands of human deaths per annum, mostly in non-industrialized tropical countries. Ochratoxin A is a carcinogen, and has caused urinary tract cancer and kidney damage in people from northern and eastern Europe. Fumonisins appear to be the cause of oesophageal cancer in southern Africa, parts of China and elsewhere. Trichothecenes are highly immunosuppressive and zearalenone causes oestrogenic effects in animals and man (see hidden mold for more information).
The important thing is to study these after effects of fungal exposure and understand the symptoms. furthermore, comprehending your doctor, and definitely be aware of the inept Pharmadoc in these cases, as they can be very dangerous in your diagnosis and treatment, and always know a genuine (truly skilled, educated and unbiased) doctor's role in this process is in this whole array of healing is very important. See medicine and doctors for further information regarding the insight of a medical degree and awareness of the drug industry influence on naive doctors. One of the delusions in much of current medicine is that mold is merely fixed by general cleaning, cholestyramine, or antifungal. Some forget that in ancient times indoor mold was seen as very dangerous and not merely to be ignored, trivialized or painted over (Book of Leviticus). It is stunning to see so many neurologists, family doctors, internists, and psychiatrists, unaware of how serious indoor mold can be. It is a profound source of diverse types of illness that can effect every organ. But always be aware of the pharmaceutical industry and their profound financial influence on physicians. A profound article on Merck, who regularly visits this site, to follow soon. Be aware of the changes in your choice due to Codex.
Many of the symptoms are due to enzyme, mineral, lipid, and vitamin suppression. It is amazing what nutriceuticals can do to relieve these symptoms in their entirety. This is the main reason Pharmadocs don't understand this illness, nor know how to treat it. This is another environmental illness that has exposed the drug companies for what they are; chemical producers who "temporarily treat" symptoms to retain patronage and not cure effectively. This is one reason that you should never trust a publication, medical paper, or website that has been "sponsored" by drug companies as they are biased, untrustworthy, and prey on trust and ignorance. Mold Help will never sell out to these highly unethical organizations so we can publish the truth, without influence.
This thread is excellent and is right in line with so much of what I have been observing. pics of the fungi and the mold pics will follow.Many of my pics are being placed on FB at Morgellons research,especially the ones of the oomycetes, that are involved with our disease. Phythopthera is a killer for our planet.
ChasSansc2: What does this all mean? I would suggest that anyone who has Morgellon to add 1 cup of LEMON JUICE to every load of laundry they do, start drinking lemon water and maybe even start taking baths with at least 2 cups of LEMON JUICE in it.
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ChasSansc2: I used straight LEMON JUICE on my body, as well as Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar. A word of caution, LEMON JUICE on the face can feel like Mace (it burns), so, you may want to dilute it before applying the LEMON JUICE soaked wash cloth.
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Pipster: I've had success w/antifungal remedies...after trying others. The bugs might be fungus drawing them in? GMO's are made with a fungus that bonds the DNA of one species to another. Mild fungal & parasitic infections worsen w/EMF waves...weaken immune system.
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Pipster: It is fungal related and many natural, antifungal remedies work best. It takes time but don't give up.
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