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[1] Butterfly Conservation Management Butterflies are important flagship taxa for invertebrate conservation. Recent developments emphasizing species and habitat management based on sound ecological understanding exemplify progress in this emerging science. Studies in many countries show the complexity of management needs for single species, and examples of management and recovery plans demonstrate the worth of this
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More than 1500 technical terms from the fields of molecular biology are described in this glossary, allowing the consumer to locate and comprehend terms and concepts contained in books and articles about molecular biology. The need to publish this lexicon, which has become more than a necessity in the sense of the evolution of this
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Dermatophytic fungi and other non-dermatophytic fungi are the most common causes of superficial infections. The current research focuses on dermatophytes and non-dermatophytes isolated from superficial mycoses and their recognition. One hundred and fifty (150) clinical specimens were examined with potassium hydroxide (KOH) before being cultured on SDA media. Dermatophytes are classified using macroscopic and microscopic
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The bioactive metabolite of the branched-chain amino acid leucine, -hydroxy-methylbutyrate (HMB), is a common dietary supplement among athletes who engage in daily resistance training for muscle gain and strength. HMB, on the other hand, has gotten less publicity for its effects on inflammation, oxidative stress (OS), and cardiovascular risk factors after resistance exercise. As a
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This chapter contains a key to ephemeropteran nymphs from the Palni and Cardamom hills of the Western Ghats in Kerala and Tamil Nadu, which belong to eight families, 30 genera, and 48 species. A total of 30 sites were sampled. In contrast to Ephemeridae and Ephemerellidae, the diversity of Baetidae and Leptophlebiidae was higher. Ephemera
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Seasonal variations in major minerals (Ca, P, K, Mg) and proximate composition of Mesopotamian catfish (Silurus triostegus Heckel, 1843) were investigated in this research. Depending on age, sex, climate, season, catch area, and processing method, the mineral and proximate composition of fish varies greatly from one species to another and from one individual to another.
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Okpoka Creek in the Niger Delta’s Upper Bonny Estuary is a tidal creek that receives organic anthropogenic effluents from its surroundings. The study looked into the impact of low and high tides on phytoplankton species structure, diversity, abundance, and distribution. From May 2004 to April 2006, surface water and phytoplankton samples were collected monthly from
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The aim of this research is to determine the diversity of Acanthaceae species in Ivory Coast, as well as the effect of climate change on their distribution. Variations in climatic variables including precipitation and temperature are likely to have an effect on biodiversity and the spatial distribution of species-friendly ecosystems. The habitats of Dicliptera alternans
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The virtually universal neglect of what is arguably the most strategically placed structure in the central nervous system (CNS), an elusive, thread-like accumulation of glycoproteins originating from the centre of the brain called Reissner’s fibre, is one of the most amazing ongoing stories in the history of neuroscience (RF). It is an anomaly that has
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So far, the subjects of neurotheological research have made dubious statements that their experiences are comparable to the alleged revelatory and spiritual experiences of the major religions and mystical traditions’ creators. Parallels between ancient mysticism and modern science have largely been limited to romantic metaphors so far. However, a new way of bringing ancient statements
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