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The Bougainville Rebellion, The Mining Industry And The Process Of Social Disintegration In Papua New Guinea
Analyse des causes politiques et sociales du mouvement de rebellion des proprietaires fonciers de Bougainville, archipel des Salomon, qui debuta en 1988 contre les activites minieres installees dansExpand
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Deforestation and forest degradation in Papua New Guinea
Abstract• The Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) has played a prominent part in recent negotiations for “rainforest nations” to be compensated for reducing greenhouse gas emissions fromExpand
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Oil Palm and Deforestation in Papua New Guinea
An unprecedented increase in oil palm developments may be underway in Papua New Guinea (PNG) through controversial “special agricultural and business leases” (SABLs) covering over two millionExpand
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Metabolic and pharmacokinetic studies following oral administration of 14C-famciclovir to healthy subjects.
1. Following oral administration of 14C-famciclovir (500 mg) to three healthy male subjects, drug-related material was rapidly absorbed as judged by peak plasma concentrations of radioactive materialExpand
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The availability of carfecillin and its phenol moiety in rat and dog.
1. Studies have shown that hydrolysis of carfecillin to carbenicillin and phenol in vitro occurs in blood, liver and gut tissues of rat and dog. Extremely rapid hydrolysis was observed in the bloodExpand
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Why green grabs don't work in Papua New Guinea
In recent years, private companies have acquired long-term leasehold titles to more than five million hectares of what was formerly customary land in Papua New Guinea (PNG), but hardly any of thisExpand
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A serious case of conditionality: The World Bank gets stuck in the forests of PNG
Introduction Four years ago, I published a book about the World Bank’s role in the process of forest policy reform in Papua New Guinea (PNG) during the period from 1989 to 1999 (Filer et al. 2000).Expand
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Metabolic and pharmacokinetic studies following oral administration of famciclovir to the rat and dog.
  • C. Filer, J. Ramji, +4 authors E. Mort
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Xenobiotica; the fate of foreign compounds in…
  • 1 May 1995
1. Drug-related material was well absorbed following oral administration of 14C-famciclovir to the male rat at doses up to 4000 mg/kg and to the male dog at doses up to 250 mg/kg, as judged by theExpand
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