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Pathogenicity of Candida viswanathii for normal and cortisone-treated mice.
The pathogenicity of Candida viswanathii, PCI 501/1 (CBS 4024), originally isolated from CSF of a fatal case of meningitis in India, is reported. Also, included is a global overview of the occurrenceExpand
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Introduction: human-nature interactions through a multispecies lens
This introduction brings together a group of papers focusing on conservation theory and practice, and argues strongly for a new place-based conservation through a multispecies lens. Honouring theExpand
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Colonial Histories of Heritage: Legislative Migrations and the Politics of Preservation
In recent years there has been an increasing body of scholarship concerned with the history of heritage legislation. Whereas such archival forays have typically provided merely contextual backgroundExpand
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The East India Company and the natural world
The East India Company and the Natural World is the first work to explore the deep and lasting impacts of the largest colonial trading company, the British East India Company, on the naturalExpand
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Investment-induced displacement in central India. A study in extractive capitalism
India’s abundant natural resources are a key feature of its new found status as ‘emerging market’ that attracts foreign investments. As India’s output of these metals and their ores increases,Expand
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Toward integrated historical climate research: the example of Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth (vol 7, pg 164, 2016)
Climate change has become a key environmental narrative of the 21st century. However, emphasis on the science of climate change has overshadowed studies focusing on human interpretations of climateExpand
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[Special issue] Human-nature interactions through a multispecies lens
This introduction brings together a group of papers focusing on conservation theory and practice, and argues strongly for a new place-based conservation through a multispecies lens. Honouring theExpand
Human-nature interactions through a multispecies lens
This introduction brings together a group of papers focusing on conservation theory and practice, and argues strongly for a new place-based conservation through a multispecies lens. Honouring theExpand
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Janaki Ammal, C. D. Darlington and J. B. S. Haldane: scientific encounters at the end of empire
Right from the beginning, genetics has been an international venture, with international networks involving the collaboration of scientists across continents. Janaki Ammal’s career illustrates this.Expand