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SUBJECT: transgenic plants; risk factors; plant biotechnology; food technology; plant breeding

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This project developed, tested, and deployed archival and satellite tags for the Tagging of Pacific Pelagics (TOPP). Our efforts centered both on improving existing technologies and on developing new tools. These new tools have provided TOPP the tools necessary to address fundamental questions in biological oceanography concerning the distribution and critical, habitats of pelagic organisms. W ...

SUBJECT: aquatic organisms; deployment; marine organisms; pelagic organisms; topp(tagging of pacific pelagics)

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AVANO

The long-term goal is to advance our understanding of the ecology of bioluminescent organisms and the mechanisms governing the temporal and depth-dependent variability of bioluminescence in the coastal ocean. With improvements in technology, finer-scale resolution and concurrent physical, chemical and biological data are available to advance our understanding of the forcing mechanisms governin ...

SUBJECT: aquatic organisms; autotrophic organisms; harbors; coastal regions; surf zones

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GARDIAN

Jairo Rodríguez Chalarca, M Mojocoa Alarcón, CM Ospina, DC Peck, 'Gauging the effect of transgenic maize and cotton on non-target arthropods in Colombia', Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), 2015

SUBJECT: transgenic plants; arthropods; organismos modificados genéticamente; arthropoda; cotton

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SUBJECT: antagonism; organismos para control biologico; soilborne organisms; organisme transmissible par le sol; pathogenic fungi

POSTED TO: Feldwirtschaft (Germany, F.R.) [0014-9799]

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Library of Antonin Svehla

Lettuce seeds play a significant role in toxicity tests of isolated chemicals, pesticides, and environmental samples. Commonly, the main variables under study are the rate of seed germination and root elongation at the end of five days of exposure. Another organisms used in environmental assessment of soil quality are terrestrial isopods. The parameter evaluated in this assay is usually mortal ...

SUBJECT: toxicity; cuivre; heavy metals; organismos indicadores; poids

POSTED TO: Soil and Water Research (Czech Republic) [1801-5395]

Clubroot (Plasmodiophora brassicae) is an obligate parasite. This soilborne fungi thrives in the soil as resting spore for eight years even in the absence of its host. It is the number one disease causing yield reduction of crucifers in Northern Philippines. The study aimed to improve the performance of cabbage in a heavily clubroot infested field using Trichoderma sp. in combination with calc ...

SUBJECT: calcium oxide; oxido de calcio; plasmodiophora brassicae; organismos beneficios; control de enfermedades

POSTED TO: Journal of ISSAAS [International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences] (Philippines) [0859-3132]

SUBJECT: toxicity; metabolisme; organisme aquatique; organismos acuaticos; ddd

POSTED TO: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, C (Comparative Pharmacology and Toxicology) (UK)

SUBJECT: insecte depredateur des fruits; biological control; theaceae; plagas; arbuste d'ornement

POSTED TO: Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology (Japan) [0021-4914]

SUBJECT: biological control; organulos citoplasmaticos; acids; acide nucleique; methode de lutte anti-parasite

POSTED TO: Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture - Hokkaido University (Japan) [0018-344X]