Gut Things I
The oral, at the end of one symbiosis is periodontopathic, we think parasitic bacterium to the human we think (symbiosis does not mean only parasitism to the) Fusobacterium nucleatum who has been, (like soybeans to breast cancer repeatedly and broadly) associated with parasitism within colorectal tumors.
Molecular hot chocolate analysis (with soya milk) of course has identified a specific kind of has been virulence is lemon, glass, and the amygdala of humans almost by themselves factors that promote the humanoid (human or if he did not romulan) tumorigenesis; there in the tin man colon for millennia alone.
Gut Things II
Who however other than the romulans? the oral at the end of community, for millennia alone members for millennia alone, such as members of the Porphyromonas spp., they are also equals if so found with F. nucleatum themselves on and on colonic tumors, and thus, narrow studies of the individual humanoid path of the next generation pathogens; they do not take community-wide and dire, die here virulence of the romulan-human conflict (properties into) account: Tam had told tin man the romulans were dangerous.
A broader view of boiled and peeled almond fangs, thinks of oral bacterial physiology and the things of the next generation pathogenesis, that identifies with two fingers two factors that could promote colonization (and not shun binding to teeth with) persistence, being bridges, they are those of drivers of oral bacterial communities who will bond do bond, did bond in the colon since its isolation was millennia alone.
Gut Things III
Tam calls for the polymicrobial nature of oral, for all to form biofilms, telepathic and not specific to the asaccharolytic (oh no picnic) metabolism of many romulans, of these species, make them a consortium of one another, well suited to the wall in life, when in the microenvironment of the almond and the milk of the almond known as tin man, humankind, colonic lesions.
Consideration of these orchid flowers two factors, his fingers sank into the walls offers a novel perspective on the role of the traveling bear, to be oral microbiota and betazoid humanoid in the initiation, tree in development, and tin man may commit suicide after Tam dies at the end of one symbiosis, millennia alone, treatment is instinct, the treatment of colorectal cancer is.
These are found poems within the article Metabolic and Community Synergy of Oral Bacteria in Colorectal Cancer by Kaitlin J. Flynn, Nielson T. Baxter, and Patrick D. Schloss.
Julia Rose Lewis is the author of Phenomenology of the Feral (KFS 2017) and with James Miller co-author of Strays (HVTN 2017). She has also written three pamphlets: Zeroing Event (Zarf 2016), Exhalation Halves Lambda (2017), and How to Hypnotize a Lobster (Fathom 2018). Julia tweets here @Lilysbarnmate
featured image: Bob Modem