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Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa is a massive market for biotechnology companies with its collection of tropical diseases, large populations and agricultural importance. It is not only a customer in this industry...

Latin America

Latin America encompasses the Caribbean, South America and Central America. These countries are important players in the biotechnology industry, not only as consumers, but as contributors. The env...

Vitamin K

Vitamin K is a group of 2-methilo-naphthoquinone derivatives. There are three notable forms of vitamin K; K1 which can be synthesized by plants, K2 which can be formed by natural bacteria in the int...

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Tiger-spray DNA shown as valuable conservation tool

(American Museum of Natural History) Scientists have demonstrated a new technique to non-invasively survey tigers using their scent sprays, which are detected much more frequently in the wild than sca...

Conservation: Marine protection is a UK priority

Scotland's government has responsibility for nature conservation in 61% of UK waters. As programme manager for the Marine Conservation Society in Scotland, I agree that the United Kingdom and its devo...

Study shows wildlife density data better predicts conservation success

(Point Blue Conservation Science) A recent study published in the journal Conservation Biology makes a strong case for a new approach to conservation planning that uses much more robust data sets in o...

Conservation: More bang for the conservation buck

Conservation money directed at charismatic species could be used more effectively to save animals if it was applied in a more scientific manner.Joseph Bennett at the University of Queensland in Brisba...

Forest tree seeds stored in the Svalbard seed vault

A new method for the conservation of the genetic diversity of forest trees will see its launch on 26 February 2015, as forest tree seeds are for the first time stored in the Svalbard Global Seed Vault...

Declining great apes of Central Africa get new action plan for the next decade

(Wildlife Conservation Society) The number of gorillas and chimpanzees in Central Africa continues to decline due to hunting, habitat loss, and disease, combined with a widespread lack of law enforcem...

Pew names 5 new marine conservation fellows for 2015

(Pew Charitable Trusts) Five distinguished scientists and conservationists from Canada, Australia, Russia, and the United Kingdom are the 2015 recipients of the Pew fellowship in marine conservation. ...

The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 2010

This 3rd edition of the Annals review series in ecology and conservation biology contains a diverse collection of timely reviews on current problems in conservation biology and their scientific, polic...

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Rethinking the Area of Protection 'Natural Resources' in Life Cycle Assessment.

Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA) in classical Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) aims at analyzing potential impacts of products and services typically on three so-called Areas of Protection (AoPs): natur...

Citizens' preferences for the conservation of agricultural genetic resources.

Evaluation of conservation policies for agricultural genetic resources (AgGR) requires information on the use and non-use values of plant varieties and animal breeds, as well as on the preferences for...

Health Shocks and Natural Resource Management: Evidence from Western Kenya.

Poverty and altered planning horizons brought on by the HIV/AIDS epidemic can change individual discount rates, altering incentives to conserve natural resources. Using longitudinal household survey d...

Coconut (Cocos nucifera l.) pollen cryopreservation.

Coconut genetic resources are threatened by pests and pathogens, natural hazards and human activities. Cryopreservation is the only method allowing the safe and cost-effective long-term conservation o...

Nurses' exhaustion: the role of flow at work between job demands and job resources.

In the light of the job demands-resources model, this study aimed to detect the mediating role of flow at work between job demands and job resources on one side, and exhaustion on the other.

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