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The International Academy of Ecology and Environmental Sciences (IAEES) is a nonprofit and registered international organization. It devotes to promote global ecology and environmental sciences and protect global ecological environments, by publishing scientific publications, conducting research activities, launching environmental programs, disseminating knowledge and technologies, sponsoring conferences, and providing information and discussion spaces, etc.

Self-organization is a universe mechanism in nature. In a self-organizing system, the system evolves spontaneously to form an order structure based on some compatible rules. Without external instructions and forces, the self-organizing system arises only from the interactions between the basic components of the system. Although numerous theories and methods were established to describe self-or ...

SUBJECT: self-organization; methods; theories; selforganizology

POSTED TO: Network Biology [2220-8879]

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Changes in protein interaction networks between normal and cancer conditions: Total chaos or ordered disorder?

K. M. Taufiqur Rahman, Md. Fahmid Islam, Rajat Suvra Banik, Ummay Honi, Farhana Sharmin Diba, Sharmin Sultana Sumi, Shah Md. Tamim Kabir [03/2013]

New insights to understand the dynamics of enormous modifications during cancer in comparison to healthy condition have made the ground for the emergence of sophisticated systemic approaches like Network Systems Biology in the twenty first century which is potentially effective to model different biological phenomena such as regulation of gene-expression and protein-protein interaction. In the ...

SUBJECT: protein interaction network; cancer; network systems biology; signal transduction pathways

POSTED TO: Network Biology [2220-8879]

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An ecoepidemic model is presented, in which two diseases affect the prey. Predators are allowed to have other food sources. Equilibria are analyzed for feasibility and stability. The most striking result is that in these conditions the two strains cannot both survive in the system, contrary to what is possible to obtain, under suitable assumptions, in standard epidemic models.

SUBJECT: ecoepidemics; epidemics; two strains; predator-prey

POSTED TO: Network Biology [2220-8879]

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Organizations are goal-directed entities which have been designed as deliberately structured and coordinated dynamic systems that connect with the external environment. Organizational theory is the study of structure, function and design of organization. It aims to solve practical problems, maximize production efficiency and make organization better function and develop. Organizational theory ...

SUBJECT: organizational theory; ecology; biology; organization

POSTED TO: Network Biology [2220-8879]

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In this paper, we established an ecological type three-dimensional nonlinear mathematical model to study the effect of aerosol particles in increasing rainfall in the regions of less intensity rain. The phenomenon of nonlinearity is based on the concepts of ecology related to growth rate, death rate and interaction process (Smith, 1974). It is assumed that clouds are formed in the atmosphere b ...

SUBJECT: rainfall; simulation; mathematical model; cloud droplets; conducive aerosol

POSTED TO: Computational Ecology and Software [2220-721X]

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Land use is a dynamic phenomenon that changes with time and space due to anthropogenic pressure and development. Evaluating the existing land use and its periodic change is useful for urban planners, policy makers and natural resource managers. Land use and land cover changes in Mekelle City, Ethiopia (north east Africa) over a period of 25 years was studied using remotely sensed data. Multi t ...

SUBJECT: gis; land use; remote sensing; land cover; mekelle city

POSTED TO: Computational Ecology and Software [2220-721X]

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Studies on plant conservation in sacred groves provide mixed results, with some showing their effectiveness while others do not. We argue that beyond the variety of field cases, studies usually suffer from overrating rare species and insufficient consideration of societal data. The sacred sites of Bondoukuy department in Bwaba cultural area (Burkina Faso) were geo-referenced and measured; the ...

SUBJECT: plant biodiversity conservation; anthropological knowledge; core species; sacred woods; savannah vegetation

POSTED TO: Environmental Skeptics and Critics [2224-4263]

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A complete description of particle pollution of the air at a particular site encompasses the physical characterization of the aerosol, including the total size distribution and that with respect to chemical composition as well as the variation of these quantities with respect to time. The particulate matter in this region was captured at five different locations using SKC Air Check XR 5000 Hig ...

SUBJECT: seasonal variation; inhalable particle; respirable particle

POSTED TO: Environmental Skeptics and Critics [2224-4263]

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We report the first record of Megaselia scalaris (Loew) infesting laboratory stocks of the praying mantis (Parastagmatoptera tessellata, Saussure). M. scalaris, the scuttle fly, is a cosmopolitan species with a broad niche as it performs as detritivore, facultative parasite, and parasitoid. M. scalaris larvae were found feeding inside adult mantids and, when development was completed, pupae we ...

SUBJECT: laboratory rearing; cricket; opportunistic parasitoid; scuttle fly; mantid

POSTED TO: Arthropods [2224-4255]

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Scaling distribution in scorpions

Michael R. Warburg [03/2013]

Scorpions being solitary animals are interesting in their distribution patterns. Nevertheless, the subject of scorpion distribution has received relatively less attention than other ecological aspects of that group. It is a matter that changes continuously and moreover it is hard to define. Three different scales in distribution are introduced here: (1) Mini-distribution which describes the pr ...

SUBJECT: scorpiones; macro-distribution; mini-distribution; micro-distribution

POSTED TO: Arthropods [2224-4255]

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