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An examination of knowledge, attitudes and practices related to lead exposure in South Western Nigeria

Eugenious O Adebamowo1, Oluwole A Agbede1, Mynepalli KC Sridhar2  and Clement A Adebamowo3 1Department of Civil... Read More

The ethics of policy writing: how should hospitals deal with moral disagreement about controversial medical practices?

CLINICAL ETHICS ABSTRACT   Every healthcare organisation (HCO) enacts a multitude of policies, but there has been no... Read More

Brazilian obstetrician-gynecologists and abortion: a survey of knowledge, opinions and practices

Lisa A Goldman, Sandra G García, Juan Díaz and Eileen A Yam Background Abortion laws are extremely restrictive in... Read More

A Model to Measure Soil Health in the Era of Bioenergy

MADISON, WI, NOVEMBER 17, 2008 -- One of the biggest threats to today’s farmlands is the loss of soil organic carbon... Read More

Culture of Animal Cells: A Manual of Basic Technique by R. I. Freshney

Culture of Animal Cells: A Manual of Basic Technique       ... Read More

Interpreting Science in the Real World for Sustainable Land Application

Interpreting Science in the Real World for Sustainable Land Application Robert K. Bastian* USEPA, Office of Wastewater... Read More

Neanderthals were as good at hunting as early modern humans

New study reveals Neanderthals were as good at hunting as early modern humans The disappearance of Neanderthals is... Read More

Managing Plant Disease Risk in Diversified Cropping Systems

SYMPOSIUM PAPERS Managing Plant Disease Risk in Diversified Cropping Systems Joseph M. Krupinsky*,a, Karen L. Baileyb,... Read More

Responses to Questions About the Specialty of Family Practice as a Career

  American Academy of Family Physicians. Kansas City, Mo.: The Academy, 1993; AAFP reprint no. 300. Retrieved May 1999... Read More

For Primates, Tourism Can Be Less Fun Than a Barrel of Monkeys

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Primate tourism, an economic benefit and conservation tool in many habitat countries, has exploded in... Read More

Nitrous Oxide Emissions Respond Differently to No-Till Depending on the Soil Type

Authors report that within the first 5 yr of adopting a no-tillage practice in a heavy clay soil, nitrous oxide emissions... Read More

Practices

practice 1. Frequently repeated or customary action; habitual performance; a succession of acts of a similar kind; usage;... Read More

Current anti-doping policy: a critical appraisal

Current anti-doping policy: a critical appraisal Bengt Kayser1, Alexandre Mauron2 and Andy Miah3 1Professor, Institute... Read More

Monumental Debt-for-Nature Swap Provides $20 Million To Protect Biodiversity In Madagascar

 Dancing Verreaux sifika lemurs at Berenty Reserve Madagascar. (Credit: iStockphoto/Gail A... Read More

Tillage, Rotation Impacts Peanut Crops

November 2008 — The increasing popularity of reduced tillage on crops has not only been an important development... Read More

Improving water use in growing corn possible, study shows

BLACKSBURG,Va., June 17, 2002 — Farmers growing corn in the mid-Atlantic region will have a new tool to help them... Read More

Scientists Call For Global Push To Advance Research In Synthetic Biology

With research backgrounds ranging from materials engineering to molecular biophysics, seventeen leading scientists issued... Read More

Survey Of Animal Shelters Says Dogs Fare Better Than Cats

According to a new survey of animal shelters across Ohio, the outlook for sheltered dogs has improved considerably in the... Read More

Heart failure patients do better when treated according to guidelines, but too many doctors still fail to prescribe the best treatments

Heart failure patients who are treated in accordance with established European guidelines do better than patients who are... Read More

Milk goes ‘green’: Today’s dairy farms use less land, feed and water

ITHACA, N.Y. — Dairy genetics, nutrition, herd management and improved animal welfare over the past 60 years have... Read More

Escherichia coli Contamination of Vegetables Grown in Soils Fertilized with Noncomposted Bovine Manure: Garden-Scale Studies

Escherichia coli Contamination of Vegetables Grown in Soils Fertilized with Noncomposted Bovine Manure: Garden-Scale... Read More

Should Roundup Ready soybeans be managed differently than conventional soybeans?

Research in Agronomy Journal suggests producers reduce seeding rates when planting Roundup Ready varieties MADISON, WI,... Read More

‘Cultured’ chimpanzees pass on novel traditions

The local customs that define human cultures in important ways also exist in the ape world, suggests a study reported... Read More

Pesticides Persist in Ground Water

MADISON, WI, JUNE 23, 2008– Numerous studies over the past four decades have established that pesticides, which are... Read More

Medical Care For Children With Autism Using Complementary Alternative Medicine

March 12, 2009 — In a national survey conducted by the University of Minnesota, primary care physicians report that they... Read More

Colorado State And International Scientists Say Loss In Biodiversity By Year 2100 Could Be Consequence Of Global Changes

FORT COLLINS (March 10, 200) -- A report today in the journal Science is the first systematic look at how biodiversity is... Read More

Biodiversity, Soil and Ecologically Sustainable Development

Biodiversity, Soil and Ecologically Sustainable Development Why Study the Soil?-- The soil, as the major medium for plant... Read More

Many Clinicians Unaware Of Federally Funded Research On Alternative Therapies

April 13, 2009 — Approximately one in four practicing clinicians appear to be aware of two major federally... Read More

SIDS Infants Show Abnormalities In Brain Area Controlling Breathing, Heart Rate

       Infants who died from SIDS had significantly more serotonergic neurons... Read More

Straw Residue Helps Keep Nitrogen on the Farm

Cover crops have been found to prevent nitrogen leaching into waterways. They have also been found to reduce soil erosion --... Read More

Mātauranga Māori and Science

By: Maria Victoria Gonzaga In the previous lesson, we learned about the various methods used in measuring... Read More

Scientists call for global push to advance research in synthetic biology

Oxnard, Calif., June 25, 2007 – With research backgrounds ranging from materials engineering to molecular biophysics,... Read More

Microbiological Assessment of Honey in México

Honey is a viscous sweet substance produced by bees from the secretions of plant nectars. It is a product from some regions... Read More

Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching (4th Edition)

 Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching (4th Edition)   ... Read More

Technical basis for quantifying phosphorus transport to surface and groundwaters

Technical basis for quantifying phosphorus transport to surface and groundwaters1 J. L. Havlin 2 Department of Soil Science,... Read More

Preventing Soil Erosion In Continuous Corn

January 2009 — With recent increase in the cost of energy and subsequent explorations into alternative energy sources,... Read More

Endangered species

Definition noun Any species that is highly likely to become extinct in the near future (as categorized by the International... Read More

Tradition

tradition 1. The act of delivering into the hands of another; delivery. A deed takes effect only from the tradition or... Read More

Whore

Whore 1. To have unlawful sexual intercourse; to practice lewdness. 2. To worship false and impure gods. Origin: cf. Icel.... Read More