Havana syndrome: Exposure to neurotoxin
may have been cause, study suggests
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Brain scans different in U.S. diplomats who worked in Cuba but significance unclear
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~ DIFFERENT TYPES OF FUNGAL SPORES MAYBE ? ~
~ DIFFERENT TYPES OF MODIFIED OR CANCEROUS (EXTRA CHROMOSOMES ADDED TO SPREAD RAPIDLY & EXUDE ENOUGH TOXINS TO TERMINATE GROWTH WHILE HIDING RECORDED PATHOLOGY LIKE RINGS FROM BRAIN SCANS ?) FUNGAL SPORES MAYBE ? ~
Reproduction: The various fungi are capable of reproducing asexually or sexually. Both processes can generate spores. These are special cells, which when released into a suitable environment, can give rise to a new fungal body. Spores can be carried to new environments by air or water, according to Utah State University.
Asexual reproduction occurs through mitosis, when a fungal cell divides and produces identical genetic copies of itself. In simpler, single-celled fungi like yeast, this process is known as budding. In this case, a small offshoot or bud emerges from the parent cell, slowly growing in size. The nucleus divides into two and the bud splits off once it is the same size as the parent cell. On the other hand, multicellular fungi such as molds reproduce through the formation of asexual spores.
The duration and timing of certain steps of sexual reproduction vary quite a bit between fungal species. Moreover, the reproductive structures also vary from species to species. So much so, that these morphological differences form the basis for dividing the fungal kingdom into sub-groups or phyla, according to the "Encyclopedia of Biodiversity."
What Is Mitosis? | Live Science
~ THE PRE-CORONAVIRUS TYPE OF ASSAULT BUT MUCH SMALLER DUE TO MASS PRODUCTION ? ~
Chaetomium - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
Chaetomium Species - Doctor Fungus (drfungus.org)
The genus Chaetomium contains several species. The most common ones are Chaetomium atrobrunneum, Chaetomium funicola, Chaetomium globosum, and Chaetomium strumarium.
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