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TRANSMISSION, civ. law. The right which heirs or legatees may have of passing to their successors, the inheritance or legacy to which they were entitled, if they happen to die without having exercised their rights. Domat, liv. 3, t. 1, s. 10; 4 Toull. n. 186; Dig. 50, 17, 54; Code, 6, 51.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Rickettsia amblyommii infecting Amblyomma auricularium ticks in Pernambuco, northeastern Brazil: isolation, transovarial transmission, and transstadial perpetuation.
Another important feature of [Q.sup.v.sub.0] is that vertical infection is proportional to [Q.sub.0], and hence vector control is still a viable control strategy even for vector-borne disease with transovarial transmission.
The occurrence of transovarial transmission of DENV-2 by Stegomyia aegypti in nature was demonstrated from the isolation of dengue virus from naturally infected mosquito larvae showing a minimum infection rate of 1:2,067 for DENV-2 (Sabin, 1952).
It is believed that transovarial transmission (TOT) maintains the virus during inter epidemic periods.
Reptiles can become infected through transovarial transmission or direct contact with other infected reptiles or contaminated reptile feces.
However, experiments performed in the laboratory demonstrated transovarial transmission of Zika virus among Ae.
The lower minimum infection rate (MIR) observed in adults reared from eggs compared to adults collected straight from the field was expected, once transovarial transmission occurs in a much lower rate than horizontal transmission.
Absence of transovarial transmission of Chikungunya virus in Aedes aegypti & Aedes albopictus mosquitoes.
Transovarial transmission has not been demonstrated, and eggs and unfed larvae are presumably not infected.
Recently we have reported that transovarial transmission preceeds appearance of human infection of dengue (6).