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Oak wilt, caused by Ceratocystis fagacearum, is a lethal disease of oak (Quercus sp.). The disease is most serious on members of the red oak family, including red oak, scarlet oak, black oak, pin oak, etc. Members of the white oak family are generally not nearly as susceptible: white oak, swamp white oak, burr oak, etc. The disease is analogous to and potentially as serious as Dutch Elm Disease on American Elm. Both are introduced, exotic diseases caused by vascular wilt fungi; both diseases are transmitted by insects; both diseases can be transmitted through root grafts, and both fungi kill their host plants rather quickly.
I had a dog with Cushing's disease and the symptoms were that she was ALWAYS hungry and drank TONS of water. I treated her by going to the vet and getting medication that killed back the tumor that was causing her to make too much cortisol which is a stress hormone. It was not real expensive. If you do NOT treat the dog, the trunk of its body will get fat and its legs will get weaker and weaker. The most straight forward answer to your question is: A dog with Cushing's disease does have a serious disease that will likely kill them, but they will not die immediately. I hope this helps!
She had a fictional disease called greyscale, somewhat similar to leprosy or smallpox. In children it often leaves survivors with scaly patches of skin. In adults the disease is always fatal and gradually petrifies the victim's body until they die. In rare cases, it doesn't kill them, but mutates them into feral, reptile-like creatures known as "Stone Men". Shireen was stricken with the illness when Stannis had bought a small wooden doll for Shireen that was infected with the illness.
yes, it is bad for the environment and can cause all kind of disease that would probably get blamed on something else. Good soil invites worms that produce what the soil needs to support plants poisons kill the microbes in the soil and the worms leave.