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Feeding 9-10 billion people by 2050 and preventing dangerous climate change are two of the greatest challenges facing humanity. Both challenges must be met while reducing the impact of land management on ecosystem services that deliver vital goods and services, and support human health and well-being. Few studies to date have considered the interactions(More)
The agriculture, forestry and other land use (AFOLU) sector is responsible for approximately 25% of anthropogenic GHG emissions mainly from deforestation and agricultural emissions from livestock, soil and nutrient management. Mitigation from the sector is thus extremely important in meeting emission reduction targets. The sector offers a variety of(More)
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As in the human, the rat pregnancy-associated plasma proteins consisted of four distinct entities as revealed by immunological methods. All showed gradual increases during gestation and rapid disappearance postpartum. They could be physicochemically, although not immunologically, tentatively related to the human pregnancy proteins. None of them was(More)
280 Characterization of infectious bronchitis virus isolates from backyard flocks. AAAP abstract † 281 Recombination in avian gamma-coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus (IBV). 282 Evaluation of possible interference between Arkansas and Massachusetts vaccine serotypes. AAAP abstract † 283 Interactions between multivalent attenuated live infectious(More)