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PrimeTec Germany GmbH 4m
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SoyForestal 4h
Replying to @IUCibio
“Conservation of traditional knowledge on wild plants, despite the vanishing of their natural habitats: the case of central spanish ” Segundo RÍOS from is presented by Emilio Laguna
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SL.Botanic Institute 3h
Read our new blog with all the highlights of Recording for All Ages project funded by ! New , loos, events & cakes!
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SoyForestal 11h
Replying to @CNRS
John Thompson presents "Towards a process-based conservation strategy for diversity" beginning with a question, “What is the message you want to get across? There were many messages yesterday…” (1/2)
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SoyForestal 8h
Replying to @UIBuniversitat
“Geospatial analysis to assess distribution patterns of the critically endangered species Euphorbia fontqueriana Greuter” by Joana Cursach from
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SoyForestal 6h
Replying to @BOKUvienna
“Local knowledge on uses and the ecological sustainability of wild medicinal harvesting: a case study on Lemnos island, Greece” Papageorgiou Dimitrios from
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Sera Aliza 10h
Genomics and Plant Sciences on May 08-09,2019 , Thailand. Are you doing your research in this field ? Then let us know your research finding in Plant Pathology by joining your hands to participate in Genomics 2019 conference. Link :
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Ajulia Exec Search 7m
near Roxboro, WA. Please send all resumes to VLepore@AjuliaExecutiveSearch.com
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SoyForestal 9h
Replying to @SoyForestal
“Diachronic cartography within an Important Plant Area: case study of Mount Chenoua (Tipasa, Algeria). Methodological approach and preliminary results” Nassima Yahi@univamu is followed by a very interesting discussion
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dave 4h
I could learn a lot from this . It just keeps on climbing. Hope everyone has a great day.
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Kew Science 4h
Over 96,000 species have now been assessed for their status with the latest update to Kew's dedicated Plant Assessment Unit has submitted over 900 assessments so far this year. Read more about it here 👉
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SoyForestal 4h
Replying to @AUB_Lebanon
Some social research: “A quantitative tool to assess local preference for the conservation of Important Plant Areas (IPA): a case study of Sannine-Kneysseh IPA in Lebanon” M. Salman from
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Pulsin 3h
This delicious -based curry from is perfect for those cold evenings when you want some comfort food that's good for you too!
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SoyForestal 4h
Replying to @SoyForestal
“Plant species translocation in Mediterranean: lessons from the Antiquity on the meaning and value of the alien species” by Pietro Minissale
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Maddie Craig Nov 9
4 high-impact individual lifestyle choices to reduce greenhouse gas in developed countries: having one fewer child, living car-free, avoiding airplane travel, eating a -based diet Read the research here:
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SoyForestal 9h
Replying to @SoyForestal
“Classifying the changes in vegetated coastland of South-eastern Europe using new approach of remote sensing analysis for modelling vegetated land change dynamics: A case study” by Kuenda Laze from the Polytechnic University of Tirana
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Orchid Girl and Plants 29m
People Make 8 common mistake . . 1> Overwatering - All plants require a lot of water. But soil that is constantly... - Read More
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SoyForestal 6h
Replying to @Glob_Diversity
Hajar Salamat from presents “Ethnobotanical knowledge in the High Atlas: potential for ” offer environmental knowledge, so we need transmission of knowledge and collaboration with the communities
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SoyForestal 11h
Replying to @CNRS
(2/2) “... The message I think is fundamental is that the fundamental characteristic of the biodiversity we want to conserve is always changing” John Thompson
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Global Research Nov 13
Researchers Learn from Viruses to Plants are in an ancient arms race with viruses, but is giving crops the upper hand.
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