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Turning the tide: The eradication of invasive species
All abstracts (of presentations for which complete papers were not included) Removing a diverse suite of invasive threats to recover an endangered Hawaiian bird species and its dry forest habitat (p.Expand
Persistence and metabolism of imidacloprid in different soils of West Bengal.
Dissipation of imidacloprid in soil followed first-order kinetics and DT50 values ranged from 28.7 to 47.8 days, and the shortest half-lives were observed in the lateritic soil of Jhargram for both liquid and powder formulations. Expand
Antioxidant responses to simulated acid rain and heavy metal deposition in birch seedlings.
The responses of different anti-oxidants in 2-year-old birch seedlings subjected to simulated acid rain and heavy metals, applied alone or in combination for 2 months were measured. Expand
Bipolar distribution of the cyst-forming dinoflagellate Polarella glacialis
Morphological and molecular data support the assignment of the Arctic strain to P. glacialis, which up to now was known only from Antarctic sea ice. Expand
Genetic variability and association studies in pod and seed traits of Pongamia pinnata (L.) Pierre in Haryana, India
CPTs 18, 20, 33, 13 and 29 were found to be the best on the basis of oil content and pod–seed characters, and Seed weight and pod weight showed positive and significant correlation with oil content. Expand
Detection of Neospora caninum in wild carnivorans in Great Britain.
Almost all the wild carnivoran mammal species tested are intermediate hosts for N. caninum and are therefore capable of acting as reservoirs of infection for other species and demonstrating the presence of the parasite in particular geographical and environmental locations. Expand
Effect of pH and Type of Formulation on the Persistence of Imidacloprid in Water
The objective of the present investigation is to evaluate the effect of pH of water as well as the type of formulations on the persistence behaviour of imidacloprid in aqueous solution. Expand
Contribution of morpho-physiological traits on yield of lentil (Lens culinaris Medik)
Results indicated that genotype improvement efforts have achieved higher seed yield by higher growth rate at early growth stages and better assimilate partitioning to economic yield. Expand
Inefficient feeding by Calanus helgolandicus and Temora longicornis on Coscinodiscus wailesii: quantitative estimation using chlorophyll-type pigments and effects on dissolved free amino acids
Inefficient or 'sloppy' feeding behavior by copepods results in algal cell fragmentation and ingestion of only a fraction of the debris produced. In this work, 2 copepod species, CalanusExpand