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“Some of the most important zoonotic hosts – the rodents, and sometimes, bats – often increase in abundance as their predators and competitors are driven away. Biodiversity loss increases the contact rates between the rodents or bats and people, so increasing the threat of infectious diseases,” Ostfeld says. (...) HIV jumped from primates to humans, haemorrhagic fevers like hantavirus and Machupo virus in Bolivia jumped from rodents into humans,” he points out.  More species, fewer diseases Whether biodiversity loss increases the number of viruses passing to humans, or reduces them, is complex.
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Puntuación: 262.25 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/.../pandemics-humans-are-culprits
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ELECTION OF 1 MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD FROM AMONG CANDIDATES NOMINATED BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Harro, Measurement of Exploratory Behaviour in Rodents. In: P.M. Conn (Ed.) Methods in Neurosciences, Vol. 14, Academic Press, San Diego (1993) pp. 359–377; J.
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Puntuación: 261.08 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=E/2013/9/ADD.11&Lang=R
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Performance of a parallel Hamming coding in short-frame OFDM sensor's network ........ 77 Raouia Masmoudi Ghodhbane, Jorge Fernandez‑Mayoralas 7. RODENT: A flexible TOPSIS based routing protocol for multi-technology devices in wireless sensor networks ..................................................................................................... 89 Brandon Foubert, Nathalie Mitton 8.
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Performance of a parallel Hamming coding in short-frame OFDM sensor's network ........ 77 Raouia Masmoudi Ghodhbane, Jorge Fernandez‑Mayoralas 7. RODENT: A flexible TOPSIS based routing protocol for multi-technology devices in wireless sensor networks ..................................................................................................... 89 Brandon Foubert, Nathalie Mitton 8.
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However, travellers in rural areas of plague-endemic regions may be at risk, particularly if camping or hunting or if contact with rodents takes place. In addition, travellers to previously non-endemic regions from where cases of pneumonic plague have been recently reported should avoid crowded areas, avoid contact with dead animals, infected tissues or materials, and avoid close contact with patients with pneumonic plague. (...) WHO guidance for control of rodent fleas that transmit bubonic plague can be found below: Pesticides and their application : for the control of vectors and pests of public health importance In case of sudden symptoms of fever, chills, painful and inflamed lymph nodes, or shortness of breath with coughing and/or blood-tainted sputum, travellers should immediately contact a medical service.
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Puntuación: 259.44 - https://www.who.int/ith/updates/20171003/en/
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DRAFT NEW UNECE STANDARD FOR INSHELL MACADAMIA NUTS / TRANSMITTED BY THE UNITED STATES
Quality tolerances Defects allowed Tolerances allowed (per cent by number or weight of defective fruit) Basic Requirements total allowance Including loose/foreign extraneous material 3 1 Shell requirements total 5 Kernel requirements total Of which no more than - Mould, decay, rodent injury, insect infestation (other than live insects), off odor, off flavor, by any cause or serious damage other than by insect scar (...) TRADE/WP.7/GE.2/2004/8 Page 8 CLASSIFICATION OF DEFECTS FACTOR DAMAGE SERIOUS DAMAGE Shell Defects Rodent injury Adhering husk Crack Holes and punctures Surface mold Kernel Defects Insect scar Discolored area Shriveling Shell shows evidence of gnawing.
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. © FAO and WHO 2011 iii CONTENTS LIST OF PARTICIPANTS 2010 JOINT FAO/WHO MEETING ON PESTICIDE RESIDUES ROME, 21–30 SEPTEMBER 2010 FAO Members (FAO Rapporteur) (FAO Chairman) WHO Members (WHO Rapporteur) (WHO Chairman) Secretariat ABBREVIATIONS Abbreviations Abbreviations Abbreviations Abbreviations USE OF JMPR REPORTS AND EVALUATIONS BY REGISTRATION AUTHORITIES INTRODUCTION Acknowledgements Note Reference CORRIGENDUM TO THE 2009 RESIDUE EVALUATIONS OF JMPR FAO Technical Papers 2031 FAO TECHNICAL PAPERS 1 Horticulture: a select bibliography, 1976 (E) 2 Cotton specialists and research institutions in selected countries, 1976 (E) 3 Food legumes: distribution, adaptability and biology of yield, 1977 (E F S) 4 Soybean production in the tropics, 1977 (C E F S) 4 Rev.1 Soybean production in the tropics (first revision), 1982 (E) 5 Les systèmes pastoraux sahéliens, 1977 (F) 6 Pest resistance to pesticides and crop loss assessment – Vol. 1, 1977 (E F S) 6/2 Pest resistance to pesticides and crop loss assessment – Vol. 2, 1979 (E F S) 6/3 Pest resistance to pesticides and crop loss assessment – Vol. 3, 1981 (E F S) 7 Rodent pest biology and control – Bibliography 1970-74, 1977 (E) 8 Tropical pasture seed production, 1979 (E F** S**) 9 Food legume crops: improvement and production, 1977 (E) 10 Pesticide residues in food, 1977 – Report, 1978 (E F S) 10 Rev. (...) Pesticide residues in food 1980 – Evaluations, 1981 (E) 27 Small-scale cash crop farming in South Asia, 1981 (E) 28 Second expert consultation on environmental criteria for registration of pesticides, 1981 (E F S) 29 Sesame: status and improvement, 1981 (E) 30 Palm tissue culture, 1981 (C E) 31 An eco-climatic classification of intertropical Africa, 1981 (E) 32 Weeds in tropical crops: selected abstracts, 1981 (E) 32 Sup.1 Weeds in tropical crops: review of abstracts, 1982 (E) 33 Plant collecting and herbarium development, 1981 (E) 34 Improvement of nutritional quality of food crops, 1981 (C E) 35 Date production and protection, 1982 (Ar E) 36 El cultivo y la utilización del tarwi – Lupinus mutabilis Sweet, 1982 (S) 37 Pesticide residues in food 1981 – Report, 1982 (E F S) 38 Winged bean production in the tropics, 1982 (E) 39 Seeds, 1982 (E/F/S) 40 Rodent control in agriculture, 1982 (Ar C E F S) 41 Rice development and rainfed rice production, 1982 (E) 42 Pesticide residues in food 1981 – Evaluations, 1982 (E) 43 Manual on mushroom cultivation, 1983 (E F) 44 Improving weed management, 1984 (E F S) 45 Pocket computers in agrometeorology, 1983 (E) 46 Pesticide residues in food 1982 – Report, 1983 (E F S) 47 The sago palm, 1983 (E F) 48 Guidelines for integrated control of cotton pests, 1983 (Ar E F S) 49 Pesticide residues in food 1982 – Evaluations, 1983 (E) 50 International plant quarantine treatment manual, 1983 (C E) 51 Handbook on jute, 1983 (E) 52 The palmyrah palm: potential and perspectives, 1983 (E) 53/1 Selected medicinal plants, 1983 (E) 54 Manual of fumigation for insect control, 1984 (C E F S) 55 Breeding for durable disease and pest resistance, 1984 (C E) 56 Pesticide residues in food 1983 – Report, 1984 (E F S) 57 Coconut, tree of life, 1984 (E S) 58 Economic guidelines for crop pest control, 1984 (E F S) 59 Micropropagation of selected rootcrops, palms, citrus and ornamental species, 1984 (E) 60 Minimum requirements for receiving and maintaining tissue culture propagating material, 1985 (E F S) 61 Pesticide residues in food 1983 – Evaluations, 1985 (E) 2032 FAO Technical Papers 62 Pesticide residues in food 1984 – Report, 1985 (E F S) 63 Manual of pest control for food security reserve grain stocks, 1985 (C E) 64 Contribution à l’écologie des aphides africains, 1985 (F) 65 Amélioration de la culture irriguée du riz des petits fermiers, 1985 (F) 66 Sesame and safflower: status and potentials, 1985 (E) 67 Pesticide residues in food 1984 – Evaluations, 1985 (E) 68 Pesticide residus in food 1985 – Report, 1986 (E F S) 69 Breeding for horizontal resistance to wheat diseases, 1986 (E) 70 Breeding for durable resistance in perennial crops, 1986 (E) 71 Technical guideline on seed potato micropropagation and multiplication, 1986 (E) 72/1 Pesticide residues in food 1985 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1986 (E) 72/2 Pesticide residues in food 1985 – Evaluations – Part II: Toxicology, 1986 (E) 73 Early agrometeorological crop yield assessment, 1986 (E F S) 74 Ecology and control of perennial weeds in Latin America, 1986 (E S) 75 Technical guidelines for field variety trials, 1993 (E F S) 76 Guidelines for seed exchange and plant introduction in tropical crops, 1986 (E) 77 Pesticide residues in food 1986 – Report, 1986 (E F S) 78 Pesticide residues in food 1986 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1986 (E) 78/2 Pesticide residues in food 1986 – Evaluations – Part II: Toxicology, 1987 (E) 79 Tissue culture of selected tropical fruit plants, 1987 (E) 80 Improved weed management in the Near East, 1987 (E) 81 Weed science and weed control in Southeast Asia, 1987 (E) 82 Hybrid seed production of selected cereal, oil and vegetable crops, 1987 (E) 83 Litchi cultivation, 1989 (E S) 84 Pesticide residues in food 1987 – Report, 1987 (E F S) 85 Manual on the development and use of FAO specifications for plant protection products, 1987 (E** F S) 86/1 Pesticide residues in food 1987 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1988 (E) 86/2 Pesticide residues in food 1987 – Evaluations – Part II: Toxicology, 1988 (E) 87 Root and tuber crops, plantains and bananas in developing countries – challenges and opportunities, 1988 (E) 88 Jessenia and Oenocarpus: neotropical oil palms worthy of domestication, 1988 (E S) 89 Vegetable production under arid and semi-arid conditions in tropical Africa, 1988 (E F) 90 Protected cultivation in the Mediterranean climate, 1990 (E F S) 91 Pastures and cattle under coconuts, 1988 (E S) 92 Pesticide residues in food 1988 – Report, 1988 (E F S) 93/1 Pesticide residues in food 1988 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1988 (E) 93/2 Pesticide residues in food 1988 – Evaluations – Part II: Toxicology, 1989 (E) 94 Utilization of genetic resources: suitable approaches, agronomical evaluation and use, 1989 (E) 95 Rodent pests and their control in the Near East, 1989 (E) 96 Striga – Improved management in Africa, 1989 (E) 97/1 Fodders for the Near East: alfalfa, 1989 (Ar E) 97/2 Fodders for the Near East: annual medic pastures, 1989 (Ar E F) 98 An annotated bibliography on rodent research in Latin America 1960-1985, 1989 (E) 99 Pesticide residues in food 1989 – Report, 1989 (E F S) 100 Pesticide residues in food 1989 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1990 (E) 100/2 Pesticide residues in food 1989 – Evaluations – Part II: Toxicology, 1990 (E) 101 Soilless culture for horticultural crop production, 1990 (E) 102 Pesticide residues in food 1990 – Report, 1990 (E F S) 103/1 Pesticide residues in food 1990 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1990 (E) 104 Major weeds of the Near East, 1991 (E) 105 Fundamentos teórico-prácticos del cultivo de tejidos vegetales, 1990 (S) 106 Technical guidelines for mushroom growing in the tropics, 1990 (E) 107 Gynandropsis gynandra (L.) Briq. – a tropical leafy vegetable – its cultivation and utilization, 1991 (E) 108 Carambola cultivation, 1993 (E S) 109 Soil solarization, 1991 (E) 110 Potato production and consumption in developing countries, 1991 (E) 111 Pesticide residues in food 1991 – Report, 1991 (E) 112 Cocoa pest and disease management in Southeast Asia and Australasia, 1992 (E) 113/1 Pesticide residues in food 1991 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1991 (E) 114 Integrated pest management for protected vegetable cultivation in the Near East, 1992 (E) 115 Olive pests and their control in the Near East, 1992 (E) 116 Pesticide residues in food 1992 – Report, 1993 (E F S) 117 Quality declared seed, 1993 (E F S) 118 Pesticide residues in food 1992 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1993 (E) 119 Quarantine for seed, 1993 (E) 120 Weed management for developing countries, 1993 (E S) 120/1 Weed management for developing countries, Addendum 1, 2004 (E F S) 121 Rambutan cultivation, 1993 (E) 122 Pesticide residues in food 1993 – Report, 1993 (E F S) 123 Rodent pest management in eastern Africa, 1994 (E) 124 Pesticide residues in food 1993 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1994 (E) 125 Plant quarantine: theory and practice, 1994 (Ar) 126 Tropical root and tuber crops – Production, perspectives and future prospects, 1994 (E) 127 Pesticide residues in food 1994 – Report, 1994 (E) 128 Manual on the development and use of FAO specifications for plant protection products – Fourth edition, 1995 (E F S) 129 Mangosteen cultivation, 1995 (E) FAO Technical Papers 2033 130 Post-harvest deterioration of cassava – A biotechnology perspective, 1995 (E) 131/1 Pesticide residues in food 1994 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, Volume 1, 1995 (E) 131/2 Pesticide residues in food 1994 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, Volume 2, 1995 (E) 132 Agro-ecology, cultivation and uses of cactus pear, 1995 (E) 133 Pesticide residues in food 1995 – Report, 1996 (E) 134 (Number not assigned) 135 Citrus pest problems and their control in the Near East, 1996 (E) 136 El pepino dulce y su cultivo, 1996 (S) 137 Pesticide residues in food 1995 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1996 (E) 138 Sunn pests and their control in the Near East, 1996 (E) 139 Weed management in rice, 1996 (E) 140 Pesticide residues in food 1996 – Report, 1997 (E) 141 Cotton pests and their control in the Near East, 1997 (E) 142 Pesticide residues in food 1996 – Evaluations – Part I Residues, 1997 (E) 143 Management of the whitefly-virus complex, 1997 (E) 144 Plant nematode problems and their control in the Near East region, 1997 (E) 145 Pesticide residues in food 1997 – Report, 1998 (E) 146 Pesticide residues in food 1997 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 1998 (E) 147 Soil solarization and integrated management of soilborne pests, 1998 (E) 148 Pesticide residues in food 1998 – Report, 1999 (E) 149 Manual on the development and use of FAO specifications for plant protection products – Fifth edition, including the new procedure, 1999 (E) 150 Restoring farmers’ seed systems in disaster situations, 1999 (E) 151 Seed policy and programmes for sub-Saharan Africa, 1999 (E F) 152/1 Pesticide residues in food 1998 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, Volume 1, 1999 (E) 152/2 Pesticide residues in food 1998 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, Volume 2, 1999 (E) 153 Pesticide residues in food 1999 – Report, 1999 (E) 154 Greenhouses and shelter structures for tropical regions, 1999 (E) 155 Vegetable seedling production manual, 1999 (E) 156 Date palm cultivation, 1999 (E) 156 Rev.1 Date palm cultivation, 2002 (E) 157 Pesticide residues in food 1999 – Evaluations – Part I: Residues, 2000 (E) 158 Ornamental plant propagation in the tropics, 2000 (E) 159 Seed policy and programmes in the Near East and North Africa, 2000 160 Seed policy and programmes for Asia and the Pacific, 2000 (E) 161 Silage making in the tropics with particular emphasis on smallholders, 2000 (E S) 162 Grassland resource assessment for pastoral systems, 2001, (E) 163 Pesticide residues in food 2000 – Report, 2001 (E) 164 Seed policy and programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean, 2001 (E S) 165 Pesticide residues in food 2000 – Evaluations – Part I, 2001 (E) 166 Global report on validated alternatives to the use of methyl bromide for soil fumigation, 2001 (E) 167 Pesticide residues in food 2001 – Report, 2001 (E) 168 Seed policy and programmes for the Central and Eastern European countries, Commonwealth of Independent States and other countries in transition, 2001 (E) 169 Cactus (Opuntia spp.) as forage, 2003 (E S) 170 Submission and evaluation of pesticide residues data for the estimation of maximum residue levels in food and feed, 2002 (E) 171 Pesticide residues in food 2001 – Evaluations – Part I, 2002 (E) 172 Pesticide residues in food, 2002 – Report, 2002 (E) 173 Manual on development and use of FAO and WHO specifications for pesticides, 2002 (E S) 174 Genotype x environment interaction – Challenges and opportunities for plant breeding and cultivar recommendations, 2002 (E) 175/1 Pesticide residues in food 2002 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues – Volume 1 (E) 175/2 Pesticide residues in food 2002 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues – Volume 2 (E) 176 Pesticide residues in food 2003 – Report, 2004 (E) 177 Pesticide residues in food 2003 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, 2004 (E) 178 Pesticide residues in food 2004 – Report, 2004 (E) 179 Triticale improvement and production, 2004 (E) 180 Seed multiplication by resource-limited farmers - Proceedings of the Latin American workshop, 2004 (E) 181 towards effective and sustainable seed-relief activities, 2004 (E) 182/1 Pesticide residues in food 2004 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, Volume 1 (E) 182/2 Pesticide residues in food 2004 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, Volume 2 (E) 183 Pesticide residues in food 2005 – Report, 2005 (E) 184/1 Pesticide residues in food 2005 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, Volume 1 (E) 184/2 Pesticide residues in food 2005 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, Volume 2 (E) 185 Quality declared seed system, 2006 (E F S) 186 Calendario de cultivos – América Latina y el Caribe, 2006 (S) 187 Pesticide residues in food 2006 – Report, 2006 (E) 188 Weedy rices – origin, biology, ecology and control, 2006 (E S)\ 189/1 Pesticide residues in food 2006 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, Volume 1 (E) 189/2 Pesticide residues in food 2006 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, Volume 2 (E) 190 Guidance for packing, shipping, holding and release of sterile flies in area-wide fruit fly control programmes, 2007 (E) 191 Pesticide residues in food 2007 – Report, 2007 (E) 192 Pesticide residues in food 2007 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, 2008 (E) 193 Pesticide residues in food 2008 – Report, 2008 (E) 2034 FAO Technical Papers 194 Pesticide residues in food 2008 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, 2009 (E) 195 Quality declared planting material – Protocols and standards for vegetatively propagated crops, 2009 (E) 196 Pesticide residues in food – Report, 2009 (E) 197 Submission and evaluation of pesticide residues data for the estimation of maximum residue levels in food and feed 2009 (E) 198 Pesticide residues in food 2009 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, 2010 (E) 199 Rearing codling moth for the sterile insect technique, 2010 (E) 200 Pesticide residues in food 2010 – Report, 2011 (E) 201 Promoting the Growth and Development of Smallholder Seed Enterprises for Food Security Crops(E) 202 Seeds in Emergencies: a technical guide(E) 203 Sustainable wheat rust resistance – Learning from history(E) 204 State of knowledge on breeding for durable resistance to soybean rust disease in the developing world(E) 205 The FAO/IAEA Spreadsheet for Designing and Operation of Insec Mass Rearing Facilities(E) 206 Pesticide Residues in food 2010 – Evaluations – Part 1: Residues, 2010 (E) Availability: January 2011 Ar – Arabic Multil – Multilingual C – Chinese * Out of print E – English * In preparation F – French P – Portuguese S – Spanish The FAO Technical Papers are available through the authorized FAO Sales Agents or directly from Sales and Marketing Group, FAO, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Rome, Italy.
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These viruses have been circulating among bats, monkeys and rodents in the rainforests for thousands of years as part of the ecosystem. (...) Evidence shows that diseases transmitted by rodents sometimes increases during heavy rainfall and flooding events because of altered patterns of human- pathogen-rodent contact HUMIDITY The pathogens of air-borne infectious disease such as influenza tend to responsive to humidity condition.
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Puntuación: 255.79 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/me...ng%20Infectious%20Diseases.pdf
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Mrs Otieno cannot afford high quality seeds or fertiliser, they grow maize twice per year, but yields are low and she never manages to grow enough for the family to eat for the year, and the maize that is grown needs to be sold or consumed within 2 months or it will be completely spoiled by insects and rodents. The 100kg of maize that that her husband carries 20 km to the nearest market sells at the lowest market price as it is at the harvest period. Vestergaard proposes to provide a family such as the Otienos an Anti-Poverty Starter Kit for Farmers – the kit contains enough high quality maize seeds from Kenya Seed Co., top dressing & fertiliser, and ZeroFly® Combi Bags (allowing safe storage of grains within patented hermetic coated storage bags protected by insecticide and rodent repellent) for two seasons – 12 months. This kit not only provides additional income and high quality nutrition, but also – since the Uber Warehousing scheme will be much closer to the homestead, <7km, Mrs Otieno will be able to carry the grain to the warehouse, providing an opportunity for gender empowerment.
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Puntuación: 254.67 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/fr/comment/8798
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