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Bioecology and vectorial capacity of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in Macao, China, in relation to dengue virus transmission.
Process, according to the bioecology of human development, represents the most enduring interactions and the closest relationships (parental relationships, romantic relationships, etc.).
Bioecology of Culicidae [Diptera ; Nematocera] of Taksebt dam of Tizi-Ouzou (Algeria).
The present investigation provides first-hand basic information about many aspects of bioecology of green mussel (P viridis) from northern Arabian Sea.
(5.) Thippaiah, M., 1997, Bioecology of semilooper, Thysanoplusia orichalcea (Fabricus) (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) with observation on other pest complex of soybean and their management.
Une Bronfenbrenner's theory of human development: Its evolution from ecology to bioecology. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 5(4), 243-258.
Research interests are taxonomy of neotropical marine fish, fish physiology, fisheries, fish bioecology, deep-sea fisheries and in the impacts of unburnt coal on coastal marine ecosystem but also in the strong links between the research community, fishermen, industry and policy.
Optimizing the intrauterine environment one woman at a time for the future benefit of the next generation may alter the bioecology of obesity and shift the cultural paradigm from disease care to disease prevention.
simulans in Southern Brazil, studies related to the use of soybean and weeds as places for food and shelter for this pest species are indispensable, as well as studies on the bioecology and soybean yield loss, in order to establish an integrated pest management program.
The biomaterial processing was carried out at the Department of Bioecology and Geography, as well as at the training laboratory facilities of the Faculty of Sciences of the Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education (The Chuvash I.