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Schlafly, Andrew - - 2011
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Rottschaefer, Bernard - - 2011
Hotze, Steven - - 2011
Carbon, John - - 2011
Elhadary, Yasin Abdalla - - 2011
Land in pastoral communities is considered a highly valuable entity, as it is not just a means of livelihood, but also a source of wealth, identity, social peace and a source of conflict. This implies that lack of access to land does not only deprive rural people from the major ...
Johnson, Stephanie - - 2011
This case study engages the question of the ways The Mano River Women's Peace Network (MARWOPNET) in West Africa (Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone) is unique in the field of peacekeeping, based on the belief that women's collective contributions play a major role in African peacekeeping. Hence, this paper presents a ...
Balogun, Temitope - - 2011
This paper investigates how interrogative clauses are used to perform various functions within the society and how they are used to exhibit power within different human structures. A critical survey of interrogative clauses presents them as instruments that project power among different groups within human processes. Critical Discourse Analysis complemented ...
Dagnini, Jeremie - - 2011
Born on April 20, 1940 in Louisiana (Jamaica), Erna Brodber grew up in a family who took an active part in the community affairs of their small town. Before focusing on writing, Erna Brodber held different positions such as teacher, sociology lecturer and staff member of the Institute for Social ...
Green, Doris - - 2011
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Guerfali, Meriem - - 2011
Sterile insect technique programs continue to use high radiation doses to sterilize Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae), without always considering the relationship between sterility and competitiveness. The aims of the present work were to verify, under laboratory conditions, the assumptions made by Parker and Mehta (2007) regarding the relationships between ...
Sandhu, Hardev - - 2011
The effect of temperature on development and the effect of photoperiod on diapause incidence of insects are common topics in insect physiology. Related to these topics, are 3 important concepts: the lower and upper developmental thresholds, which represent the lower and upper limits of thermal range for insects to develop, ...
Asokan, R. - - 2011
Fruit flies that belong to the genus Bactrocera (Diptera: Tephritidae) are major invasive pests of agricultural crops in Asia and Australia. Increased transboundary movement of agricultural produce has resulted in the chance introduction of many invasive species that include Bactrocera mainly as immature stages. Therefore quick and accurate species diagnosis ...
Aybar, Cecilia A. - - 2011
Culicoides insignis Lutz and Culicoides paraensis Goeldi are known bluetongue virus and filariasis (caused by Mansonella ozzardi Manson) vectors, respectively. Bluetongue virus appears to be restricted to northeastern Argentina, while filariasis is endemic in the subtropical mountain forest of the Argentine northwest. With the objective of characterizing the abundance and ...
Niogret, Jerome - - 2011
The redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus Eichhoff (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae), is an exotic wood-boring insect that vectors Raffaelea lauricola, the fungal pathogen responsible for laurel wilt, a lethal disease of trees in the Lauraceae. First detected in the U.S. near Savannah, GA in 2002, X. glabratus has since spread throughout ...
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