Definition of Pellagras

1. Noun. (plural of pellagra) ¹



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Definition of Pellagras

1. pellagra [n] - See also: pellagra

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pellagras

pelisses
pelite
pelites
pelitic
pelizaeus-merzbacher syndrome
pell-mell
pellach
pellachs
pellack
pellacks
pellage
pellagra
pellagra-preventing factor
pellagra sine pellagra
pellagras (current term)
pellagrin
pellagrins
pellagroid
pellagrous
pelle-like protein kinase
pellegendas
pellegrini-steatum ossification
pellet
pellet gun
pellet guns
pellet implantation
pelletal
pelleted
pelleting

Literary usage of Pellagras

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1. Pellagra by Henry Fauntleroy Harris (1919)
"While more than one volume of considerable size has been written on the pseudo-pellagras, it does not appear to the author that the matter is of such ..."

2. The Newer Knowledge of Nutrition: The Use of Food for the Preservation of by Elmer Verner McCollum (1922)
"Roussel, T.: Traite de la pellagra et des psuedo-pellagras, Paris, 1866, 529. 3. Lussana, and Frua: Sufla Pellagra, Milan, 1856. 4. Wussow, AF, and Grindley ..."

3. Pellagra, an American Problem by George McCallum Niles (1912)
"These intermittent pellagras in robust persons, where the habits are good and the environment favorable, may run an almost indefinite course, permitting the ..."

4. Pellagra: History, Distribution, Diagnosis, Prognosis, Treatment, Etiology by Stewart Ralph Roberts (1912)
"... bacillus pellagras, and which he claimed to be the cause of the disease. He has had no support. Other bacteria have been put forward as the cause, ..."

5. A Treatise on Pellagra: For the General Practitioner by Edward Jenner Wood (1912)
"(b) Strepto-bacillus pellagras, an organism which Professor Tizzoni claims to have isolated from the blood, cérébro-spinal fluid, tissues, ..."

6. Public sanitation, and other papers: And Other Papers by Clement Adelbert Whiting (1916)
"Roussell, a French physician who has made a most careful study of Pellagra, says: "Although the hypothesis of a pellagras virus has had a place in the ..."

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