Mycoplasmas and you: the current spring crud and chemtrails

April 17, 2017 Alison Bell 1

The term mycoplasma, from the Greek μυκής, mykes (fungus) and πλάσμα, plasma (formed), was first used by Albert Bernhard Frank in 1889 to describe an altered state of plant cell cytoplasm resulting from infiltration by fungus-like microorganisms.[4] Julian Nowak later proposed the genus name Mycoplasma for certain filamentous microorganisms imagined to have both cellular and acellular stages in their lifecycles, which could explain how they were visible with a microscope, but passed through filters impermeable to bacteria.[5] From <> Everybody has caught the crud in one form or another this spring. Everybody has been out in the air during and [-MORE-]