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1. Pod
A leguminous fruit.

2. Pod rot
A fungal disease (caused by Monilia roreri) which infects cacao plants, causing lesions on the seed pods.

3. Podiatrist
A medical doctor who diagnoses and treats disorders and diseases of the foot.

4. Podiatry
The medical study of the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the foot.

5. Podophyllin
An extract of podophyllum resin which is used to treat genital warts. See podophyllotoxin .

6. Podophyllotoxin (podofilox, podophyllinic acidlactone, Condyline, Condylox, Martec, Warticon)
This poisonous alkaloid , the active ingredient in podophyllin, is found in the mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) and has antiviral activity and inhibits DNA synthesis; it is used to treat human papillomavirus infections (genital warts) and is used as an anti-cancer agent.

7. Podophyllum
The dried seeds and root of the mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) from which several medicinally-useful compounds can be extracted.

8. Podophyllum resin
A powdered mixture of resins taken from dried seeds and root of the mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum); it is typically used as a topical caustic agent.

9. Podoviridae
A family of bacteriophage virus es (including the T7 phage group) which are characterized by isometric or elongate heads, linear double-stranded DNA genome s, and short, non-contracting tails.

10. Podzolization
The process by which sesquioxides (aluminum and iron) are leached from the A-horizon and precipitated in the B-horizon, often resulting in a leached layer, the E-horizon (see horizon .

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