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YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Not Specified Short CV: Plant breeding for developing oil seed crops, pulses, corn, forage crop, potato, wheat and barley for optimum and suboptimum (occurrence of biotic and abiotic stresses) Statistical methods in plant and animal breeding Bioinformatics Tissue culture Biotechnology     TITLE & FULL NAME: Dr. (...) YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Short CV: Plant breeding for developing oil seed crops, pulses, corn, forage crop, potato, wheat and barley for optimum and suboptimum (occurrence of biotic and abiotic stresses) Statistical methods in plant and animal breeding Bioinformatics Tissue culture Biotechnology     TITLE & FULL NAME: Dr. (...) YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Not Specified Short CV: Plant breeding for developing oil seed crops, pulses, corn, forage crop, potato, wheat and barley for optimum and suboptimum (occurrence of biotic and abiotic stresses) Statistical methods in plant and animal breeding Bioinformatics Tissue culture Biotechnology     TITLE & FULL NAME: Dr.
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Score: 885995.1 - https://www.fao.org/south-sout...y/database/detail/fr/c/444974/
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YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Not Specified Short CV: Plant breeding for developing oil seed crops, pulses, corn, forage crop, potato, wheat and barley for optimum and suboptimum (occurrence of biotic and abiotic stresses) Statistical methods in plant and animal breeding Bioinformatics Tissue culture Biotechnology     TITLE & FULL NAME: Dr. (...) YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Short CV: Plant breeding for developing oil seed crops, pulses, corn, forage crop, potato, wheat and barley for optimum and suboptimum (occurrence of biotic and abiotic stresses) Statistical methods in plant and animal breeding Bioinformatics Tissue culture Biotechnology     TITLE & FULL NAME: Dr. (...) YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Not Specified Short CV: Plant breeding for developing oil seed crops, pulses, corn, forage crop, potato, wheat and barley for optimum and suboptimum (occurrence of biotic and abiotic stresses) Statistical methods in plant and animal breeding Bioinformatics Tissue culture Biotechnology     TITLE & FULL NAME: Dr.
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Score: 885995.1 - https://www.fao.org/south-sout...y/database/detail/zh/c/444974/
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YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Not Specified Short CV: Plant breeding for developing oil seed crops, pulses, corn, forage crop, potato, wheat and barley for optimum and suboptimum (occurrence of biotic and abiotic stresses) Statistical methods in plant and animal breeding Bioinformatics Tissue culture Biotechnology     TITLE & FULL NAME: Dr. (...) YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Short CV: Plant breeding for developing oil seed crops, pulses, corn, forage crop, potato, wheat and barley for optimum and suboptimum (occurrence of biotic and abiotic stresses) Statistical methods in plant and animal breeding Bioinformatics Tissue culture Biotechnology     TITLE & FULL NAME: Dr. (...) YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Not Specified Short CV: Plant breeding for developing oil seed crops, pulses, corn, forage crop, potato, wheat and barley for optimum and suboptimum (occurrence of biotic and abiotic stresses) Statistical methods in plant and animal breeding Bioinformatics Tissue culture Biotechnology     TITLE & FULL NAME: Dr.
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Score: 885995.1 - https://www.fao.org/south-sout...y/database/detail/ru/c/444974/
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UNITED NATIONS HARASSMENT SURVEY / FROM THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
At the earliest stages of its work, the Task Force recognized that the creation of a work environment that enables staff to contribute to their optimum potential, as called for in the 1994 strategy for the management of the Organization's human resources,2 required an expansion of the existing policies governing sexual harassment to encompass all forms of harassment. (...) Secondly, "targets" of harassment are being subjected to an abuse of power, a circumstance that generally yields feelings (either real or perceived) on the part of the weaker "target" that he or she is powerless to take action to address it. In creating an optimum work environment, it is an organizational responsibility to put into place policies and systems that will provide the means to ensure that harassment will not be tolerated and that, if it does occur, it will be dealt with promptly and effectively. 3. (...) Notes 1 See ST/SGB/253 of 29 October 1992 on the promotion of equal treatment of men and women in the Secretariat, and ST/AI/379 of 29 October 1992 on procedures for dealing with sexual harassment. 2 See documents A/C.5/49/5 and A/C.5/51/1.
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Score: 883691.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ST/IC/1997/37&Lang=E
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.  CDO Continuous Descent Operations for RNAV STARS will not be efficiently utilized that would result on more fuel, noise and emission .  Optimum requested Flight level will not be obtained  Avoiding restricted areas will result on Longer Route avoiding these areas .  Optimum ATM will not be efficient and will result on more Pilot/ATC communication.
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Score: 883599.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...coop%20presentation%20Ver2.pdf
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For good growth pineapple requires mean daily temperatures of 22 to 26°C with an optimum of 23 to 24°C. Mean daily maximum and minimum temperatures of 30 and 20°C respectively for the whole growing period are considered optimum. (...) The crop is grown between 31°N and 34°S, primarily in regions with high relative humidity. A combination of optimum temperature and high humidity results in soft, large leaves and juicy fruits, low in acid content. (...) Pineapple can grow on a wide range of soils but a sandy loam texture is preferred. Optimum soil pH is 4.5 to 6.5. The soil should have a low lime content.
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Score: 882457.4 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...crop-information/pineapple/es/
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For good growth pineapple requires mean daily temperatures of 22 to 26°C with an optimum of 23 to 24°C. Mean daily maximum and minimum temperatures of 30 and 20°C respectively for the whole growing period are considered optimum. (...) The crop is grown between 31°N and 34°S, primarily in regions with high relative humidity. A combination of optimum temperature and high humidity results in soft, large leaves and juicy fruits, low in acid content. (...) Pineapple can grow on a wide range of soils but a sandy loam texture is preferred. Optimum soil pH is 4.5 to 6.5. The soil should have a low lime content.
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Score: 882457.4 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...crop-information/pineapple/fr/
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COMMUNICATION FROM THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
857 English Page 2 RESOLUTION CONCERNING MEASURES TO PROMarE EMPLOYMENT AND ACTION .AGAINST UNEMPLOYMENT The General Conference of the International Labour Organisation, Having adopted in earlier years various Conventions 1 Recommendations and resolutions relating to employment and unemployment, Recalling resolutions dealing with eniilloyment adopted at sessions o:( the Economic and Social Council and of the General Assembly of the United Nations, Bearing in mind the importance, as a f'ul:uiamental social and economic objective, of the optimum utilization in freedom of human resources as well as the optimum utilization of material resources, Realising that change and adjustment occur in the economies of all countries, Considering that, as a result of economic difficulties in the recent past, there has been an increase in unemployment and short-time working in a number of countries throughout the world, which is causing anxiety and a sense of insecurity not only among the workers directly affected by unemployment but among the popul.ation as a whole 1 Considering that substantial progress has been achieved in reducing employment fluctuations in many countries during recent y~ars, Recognizing that national economic programmes can have adverse effects upon employment and income in other States Members of the Organization; 1.
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Score: 880886.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=A/3857&Lang=E
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References:  ICAO Assembly resolution A36-25;  NACC/DCA/3 Meeting Report (Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, 8-12 September 2008);  GREPECAS/16 Meeting Report; (Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, 28 March to 1 April 2011);  Performance Objective No. 8 – Protection and optimum use of radiofrequency spectrum of the NAM/CAR Regional Performance-Based Air Navigation Implementation Plan (NAM/CAR RPBANIP);  ICAO NAM/CAR/SAM Regional Preparatory Meeting for ITU WRC-2012 (NCSRPM);  NACC/DCA/ Final Report (San Pedro Sula, Honduras, 20-20 June 2011); and  NACC/WG/3 Meeting Report (Guatemala City, Guatemala, 9 to 13 May 2011). (...) States Support to the ICAO Position for the WRC-2012 2.1 The follow-up to this support is given through the implementation of activities contained in the Performance Objective of No. 8 - Protection and optimum use of radiofrequency spectrum under the NAM/CAR RPBANIP and the ICAO NAM/CAR/SAM Regional Preparatory Meeting (NCSRPM) for ITU WRC-2012. (...) CA/ANE/WG/7 / C/CAR/WG/9 — WP/13 — 3 — 2.5 The results of the WRC12 will be informed at the appropriate time, as well as the ICAO initial position to the ITU Radio Communications World Conference in 2016 (WRC-16). 2.6 For the optimum use of radiofrequency spectrum assigned to the aviation the frequency assignments lists 1, 2 and 3 have been updated and informed to the CAR Region States through NACC State Letter Ref.
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Score: 879725.3 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...12/CCARWG9CAANEWG7/WP13_en.pdf
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SOME ENVIRONMENT-RELATED PROBLEMS OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Policies to control the variety of sectoral activities which impact upon urban environment are implemented as problems occur or when it is judged to be politically or technically opportune to deal with them. These initiatives are seldom sufficiently coordinated. The result is that, in many instances, optimum environmental impacts are not achieved nor taken account of at the local, national or international level. 10. (...) The challenge is to obtain a better understanding of these relationships and in particular to act upon the improved knowledge of environmental interactions to foster optimum economic ENVWA/WG.6/R.4 page 4 growth and improvements in the quality of life.
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Score: 873831.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=ENVWA/WG.6/R.4&Lang=E
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