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Cultures of embryonic rat brain and liver, and embryonic turkey brain were inoculated with sporozoites ofPlasmodium berghei. Sporozoites succeeded in establishing exoerythrocytic infections in approximately 10% of the cultures. The exoerythrocytic parasites developed to a late schizont stage with some showing early segmentation although free merozoites were(More)
The circulation of seed among farmers is central to agrobiodiversity conservation and dynamics. Agrobiodiversity, the diversity of agricultural systems from genes to varieties and crop species, from farming methods to landscape composition, is part of humanity’s cultural heritage. Whereas agrobiodiversity conservation has received much attention from(More)
A. Peli1*, A. Luciani,2, P. De Santis3, A. Polci3 and D. Britti2 1Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Internal Medicine Section, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Bologna, Ozzano Emilia, Italy; 2Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Internal Medicine Section, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of T eramo, Italy; 3Istituto(More)
The current outbreaks of bluetongue (BT) disease in sheep in the central parts of the Mediterranean basin are being combated by extensive vaccination to control further spread of the virus and to suppress its long-term maintenance in the field. To be able to monitor the success of this campaign, and to be able to identify new foci of the disease, it is(More)
Local patterns of seed regeneration and trade that occur outside the formal breeding sector (seed exchange networks) can have a strong influence on the genetic diversity and evolution of traditional crop varieties. Despite this, little is known about the extent to which seed exchange networks influence gene flow and genetic structure in traditional crop(More)
The bean fly (Ophiomyia spp.) is considered the most economically damaging field insect pest of common beans in Uganda. Despite the use of existing pest management approaches, reported damage has remained high. Forty-eight traditional and improved common bean varieties currently grown in farmers’ fields were evaluated for resistance against bean fly. Data(More)
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