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People, Pathogens, and Our Planet : Volume One - Towards a One Health Approach for Controlling Zoonotic Diseases
World Bank [2010-01-01]
Whether living in urban or rural environments, humans tend to perceive the world around them as being shaped by culture and industry more than by natural history. Humans, however, are part of a biological continuum that covers all living species. Charles Darwin's 200th birthday in 2009 could serve to remind us of this. All animals, including humans but also plants, fungi, and bacteria, ...
SUBJECT: virus; terrestrial animal; pandemic influenza; influenza; surveillance system
The resistance of harmful organisms to chemical plant protection products is one of the most urgent problems of modern agriculture. Fully relying on such means and not observing anti-strain strategies, farming contributes to the adaptation of harmful organisms, resulting in their ability to survive and produce progeny even after treatment with doses of plant protection products, which are gene ...
SUBJECT: plant disease control; fongicide; letonia; resistance aux maladies; lutte antimaladie des plantes
Genetically modified potato plants in nutrition and prevention of diseases in humans and animals: a review
Pribylova, R. et al. [may2006]
Genetically modified organisms (GMO) become a real constituent of our lives as they are commonly introduced into the food chain of people and animals in some states. Among higher organisms, plants are used above all for genetic modifications; potatoes are a suitable model plants for this purpose. Nowadays, a number of various genetic modifications of potato plants are available, particularly t ...
SUBJECT: pesticide resistance; nutricion humana; pest resistance; plante transgenique; animal nutrition
POSTED TO: Veterinarni Medicina - UZPI (Czech Republic) [0375-8427]
Boyce, Simone Peart et al. 
Laboratories provide essential services to the health sector on the monitoring and treatment of disease. Routine implementation of new diagnostic techniques may be costly; therefore, understanding their clinical utility, impact, and cost-effectiveness are necessary to guide decisions as to whether and how such techniques should be implemented. In this study, the authors design a concept ...
SUBJECT: pharmacy; virus; monitoring; new technology; drug resistance
[Breeding value of the forms of peas with various types of stems, leaves and inflorescences in the Northern Steppe Zone of Ukraine]
Shokalo, N.S. [may2001]
One hundred and thirty-five variety samples of peas belonging to various morphological types and possessing economically valuable characteristics are studied. Variety samples and hybridization combinations being used to develop high-yielding breeding lines resistant to drought, frost, pests and diseases are distinguished. An evaluation of breeding lines was conducted in the hybridizing and bre ...
SUBJECT: resistencia a la sequia; resistencia al encamado; winter hardiness; pest resistance; resistance aux maladies
Singh, K.B. et al. 
SUBJECT: plante sauvage; callosobruchus chinensis; frio; pest resistance; cicer pinnatifidum
POSTED TO: Vortraege fuer Pflanzenzuechtung (Germany) [0723-7812]
Mardi, Mohsen et al. 
Fusarium head blight (FHB) caused by Fusarium spp. is one of the most important diseases of wheat (Triticum aestivum L. ) in Iran. FHB causes severe yield reduction, decreases grain quality and induces toxicological problems in food or feed. Although genetic variation for FHB resistance in wheat is well documented, resistance breeding for FHB is difficult. The application of DNA markers could ...
SUBJECT: cereales; southwestern asia; segregacion; resistance aux maladies; field experimentation
Sharifi, Hamid et al. 
This study was conducted from 1997 to 1999 to evaluate resistance of sugar beet lines against sugar beet tomor disease for finding suitable genotypes for plant breeding programs. 64 breeding materials and domestic and introduced cultivars were tested using a lattice design with two replications,and also 20 lines and selected cultivars were tested in 1999 and 2000 at BC. camp of Shahid Beheshti ...
SUBJECT: durcissement; hardening; pest resistance; control de enfermedades; resistencia genetica
Genetic study of powdery resistance in sugar beet and the possible identification of molecular markers linked to the resistant genes.
Sadeqian, Yaghoub et al. 
SUBJECT: durcissement; hardening; pests; pest resistance; control de enfermedades
Kriebel H.B. 
SUBJECT: forest trees; molecular biology; resistencia a la sequia; madera; pest resistance
POSTED TO: Rapport - Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet [0348-7954]