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Diversification practices: their effect on pest regulation and production
: The interest to shift pest management strategies from the intensive use of agrochemicals to more sustainable and ecologically friendly practices has increased in recent years. One alternative toExpand
Nest-mate recognition and the effect of distance from the nest on the aggressive behaviour of Camponotus chilensis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
Nest-mate recognition and territorial behaviour in ants are widely studied phenomena. However, few studies have analysed, under field conditions, how nest-mate recognition varies with distance fromExpand
The niche and phylogeography of a passerine reveal the history of biological diversification between the Andean and the Atlantic forests.
The Atlantic Forest is separated from the Andean tropical forest by dry and open vegetation biomes (Chaco and Cerrado). Despite this isolation, both rainforests share closely related lineages, whichExpand
Bathymetric, latitudinal and vertical distribution of protozooplankton in a cold-temperate shelf (southern Patagonian waters) during winter
Although there have been many ecological field studies on the key components of planktonic food webs, there are still gaps in knowledge on some groups, environments and seasons. This is the firstExpand
Episodic recruitment of young Prochilodus lineatus (Valenciennes, 1836) (Characiformes: Prochilodontidae) during high discharge in a floodplain lake of the River Paraná, Argentina
Prochilodus lineatus (Val.) is one of the main target species of South American freshwater fisheries. The following null hypotheses regarding juvenile recruitment of P. lineatus were tested: (a)Expand
In the department of Antioquia (Colombia) at 05°26´- 08°52´ North, 73°53´- 77°07´ West (Anonymous, 1996), between 0 – 2600 m of altitude, were collected molluscs of the Ancylidae family with handExpand
Effects of feeding condition on the morphology, behaviour and nutritional status of Prochilodus lineatus early larvae during downstream drift: a laboratory experiment approach
Early life stages of migratory fish in rivers rely on physical transport mechanisms to carry them from spawning sites to distant nursery areas where they find food and refuge conditions. StarvationExpand
Redescription and Anatomy of the Viviparous Freshwater Gastropod Hemisinus lineolatus (W. Wood, 1828) from Jamaica (Cerithioidea, Thiaridae)
ABSTRACT The West Indies, well known for its distinctive geological history, is well suited for studies in biogeography and biodiversity. However, the lack of comprehensive studies for much of itsExpand
Effect of some essential oils on the growth of Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de Bary under laboratory conditions.
P. infestans es el agente causal de la llamada “gota” o “tizón tardío” de la papa, considerada la enfermedad más importante a nivel mundial y el problema de mayor prioridad en américa Latina de esteExpand