S. Bocchi

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Timely assessment of forage biomass and nutritional quality is essential for evaluating pasture productivity and functioning. The quantity and quality of available forage, for example, have a major influence on the grazing distribution patterns of livestock (Bailey et al., 1996; Senft et al., 1984) and significantly affect the overall animal performance(More)
OBJECTIVES to evaluate the relationship between absences in scheduled appointments and the number of non-communicable chronic diseases and to investigate the relationship between spatial distribution of these diseases and social vulnerability, using geoprocessing. METHOD a quantitative study of sequential mixed approach by analyzing 158 medical records of(More)
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