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The agents causing the damage like rodents and insects are not the actual cause of losses – but these could be considered as symptoms of causes of losses. (...) In reality, the occurrence of molds and rodents is a signs or symptom of something more fundamental that is lacking or not being management properly. (...) If there is an occurrence of rodent damage, the most likely cause of food loss is the lack of rodent barrier, poor hygiene or poor storage.
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Score: 1116265.5 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...jects/training-timor-leste/fr/
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The agents causing the damage like rodents and insects are not the actual cause of losses – but these could be considered as symptoms of causes of losses. (...) In reality, the occurrence of molds and rodents is a signs or symptom of something more fundamental that is lacking or not being management properly. (...) If there is an occurrence of rodent damage, the most likely cause of food loss is the lack of rodent barrier, poor hygiene or poor storage.
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Score: 1116265.5 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...jects/training-timor-leste/zh/
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Structure of the yolk sac differs in primates and rodents. The yolk sac in rodents is inverted and completely surrounds the embryo proper. (...) The malformations can be induced in rodents only within a narrow window in early embryogenesis. (...) Available data indicate much greater systemic exposure (higher plasma levels of artesunate and DHA) in humans compared to rodents and primates. However, the in vivo dose that is effective against malarial infections is similar among rodents, non-human primates and humans (Clark et al., 2006).
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Score: 1108102.5 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...isinin-compounds-pregnancy.pdf
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This is evident through the responsibilities that fall under their jurisdiction such as: · Maintenance of sanitary conveniences in streets and public spaces vested in the Corporation; · Registration, inspection and licensing of food establishments and related business places (restaurants, bakeries, snack bars, food vendors, supermarkets); · Food safety and certification of food handlers; · Inspection of water bodies Re: Pest Control; · Provision of and maintenance of parks and recreational grounds; · Investigation of complaints / nuisance complaints Re: food, water, obnoxious odors, water, drainage and infrastructure works; mosquito and rodent infestation etc.; · Regulation of the operations and conditions in marketplaces and abattoirs; · Regulation of the operations of street vendors; · Distribution of truck-borne water; · Construction and maintenance of certain drains and water-courses; · Disposal of garbage from private and public property; · Maintenance and control of burial grounds and crematoria; · Chemical treatment for insect and vector control; · Reviewing and recommending for approval building plans, sub-division of lands through plans referred by Town and Country Planning Division; · Emptying of septic tanks – liquid waste; · Maintenance and control of childcare centres and homes for the elderly; · Maintenance of schools across the country in collaboration with the Ministry of Education; and · Dissemination of information for primary health care. (...) In addition to the responsibilities of the collection and disposal of garbage from public and private properties; provision of chemical treatment for insect, vector and rodent control as well as the fumigation of premises; removal of faecal waste from public and private properties among other activities, Municipalities undertake broadened public health responsibilities in the interest of public safety, such as: · Clearing of vacant lots – there are a number of privately-owned lots which have become a public nuisance, and which endanger the safety of residents; · Environmental control – provision must be made in the Act for the inclusion of Litter Prevention Wardens who will be responsible for policing the communities to ensure that persons comply with litter laws and that communities within their municipalities remain clean; and · Regulation of garages and scrap yard owners who must apply to the respective Municipal Corporations based on the area in which they wish to operate for a license to operate. 2.
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Score: 1104600.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...20190305TrinidadandTobago.docx
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CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON HEALTH IN THE ARAB REGION: A CASE STUDY ON NEGLECTED TROPICAL DISEASES REGIONAL INITIATIVE FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON WATER RESOURCES AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC VULNERABILITY IN THE ARAB REGION
ZCL is widely distributed in areas with suitable types of vegetation to support the rodent carrier P. obesus while ACL is transmitted in areas with densely populated towns and villages and peri-urban areas. (...) RICCAR bias- corrected RCM Land use (ZCL) • Bare soil cover with minimal vegetation= 1 • Shrubs, grassland, cropland= 0.25 • Forest area= 0 The rodent reservoir host is found in desert or semi-desert regions with sandy soils. (...) Within exposed areas, zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis is characterized by focal outbreaks, whereby foci occur in areas with suitable vegetation for the rodent reservoir's host in proximity to human populations.
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Score: 1091057.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ICCAR/TECHNICALREPORT.1&Lang=E
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CLASSIFICATION OF UN 2662, HYDROQUINONE / TRANSMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHEMICAL ASSOCIATIONS (ICCA)
Overviews of the “Acute Toxicity of Hydroquinone in Rodents” and the “United Nations Data Sheet for New or Amended Classification of Substances” are included in this document. 2. Proposals Proposal 1 ICCA proposes that the listing for HYDROQUINONE, UN 2662 be deleted from the Dangerous Goods List in Chapter 3.2 of the Model Regulations Proposal 2 As a consequential amendment, delete HYDROQUINONE, 6.1, 2662 from the INDEX GE.03-21416 ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2003/17 page 2 Annex Annex THE ACUTE TOXICITY OF HYDROQUINONE IN RODENTS - AN OVERVIEW Summary The table below is a chronological description of the numerous acute oral toxicity studies conducted on hydroquinone (HYDROQUINONE) in rodents. (...) Species Result (mg/kg) Reference Rat 370 – 390 Hodge and Sterner, 1949 Rat 320 Woodard et al., 1949 Rat 302 Woodard, 1951 Mice 390 Woodard, 1951 Rats 298 – 1,295 Carlson and Brewer, 1953 Rats 720 Mozhayev et al., 1966 Mice 340 Mozhayev et al., 1966 Rats 780 Anikeeva, 1974 Rats 680 Christian et al., 1980 Rats 375 Shepard, 2002 (Unpublished data) Background and Review of Individual Studies The acute oral toxicity of HYDROQUINONE in rodents has been evaluated in numerous studies, the vast majority of which were conducted prior to the establishment of standardized protocols and the enactment of GLP study assurances.
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Score: 1086441.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2003/17&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 94/06/27 FROM THE CHARGE D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
There was post-mortem damage to both feet and the left knee consistent with rodent activity. /... A/48/958 S/1994/767 English Page 4 Case 3. (...) There was post-mortem loss of some tissue from the toes of the left foot consistent with rodent activity. Case 8. MAMEDOV, Eldar (Chakhbaba ogly) There was a single gunshot wound to the head, entering at the right temple and exiting at the left temple. (...) There was a post-mortem loss of skin on the wall of the abdomen in continuity with the autopsy incision and suggesting rodent activity. Case 9. GOUILIEV, Faig (Gabil ogly) There was a single gunshot wound to the head entering at the right temple and passing markedly backwards to exit towards the back of the head on the left side.
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Score: 1086421.6 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...SF/GET?OPEN&DS=A/48/958&LANG=E
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[SWE] Urban Forestry & Urban Greenings | Inpho | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Background Library Post-harvest technologies Resources Links Infrastructure Author FAO - AGS Language English Document Type Instructional Manual Publisher FAO (if not FAO) Pages 9 Commodities cereals and grains Topics Market regulation and structure Year 2007 Document Url http://www.fao.org/3/a-au106e.pdf When setting up a bakery it is essential that the condition of the building - the materials of construction and its position - are all suitable for food production.The plant should not be located near swamps, ditches or refuse dumps where insects and rodents are likely to be found. The site should allow waste water to drain away freely and have suitable facilities to dispose of waste food and rubbish.
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Score: 1085692.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...npho/library/detail/en/c/2398/
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[SWE] Urban Forestry & Urban Greenings | Inpho | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english Español Contexto Publicaciones Compendio de Poscosecha Resources Links Infrastructure Author FAO - AGS Language English Document Type Instructional Manual Publisher FAO (if not FAO) Pages 9 Commodities cereals and grains Topics Market regulation and structure Year 2007 Document Url http://www.fao.org/3/a-au106e.pdf When setting up a bakery it is essential that the condition of the building - the materials of construction and its position - are all suitable for food production.The plant should not be located near swamps, ditches or refuse dumps where insects and rodents are likely to be found. The site should allow waste water to drain away freely and have suitable facilities to dispose of waste food and rubbish.
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Score: 1085692.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ublicaciones/detail/es/c/2398/
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[SWE] Urban Forestry & Urban Greenings | Inpho | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org english français Contexte Publications Compendium après-récolte Resources Links Infrastructure Author FAO - AGS Language English Document Type Instructional Manual Publisher FAO (if not FAO) Pages 9 Commodities cereals and grains Topics Market regulation and structure Year 2007 Document Url http://www.fao.org/3/a-au106e.pdf When setting up a bakery it is essential that the condition of the building - the materials of construction and its position - are all suitable for food production.The plant should not be located near swamps, ditches or refuse dumps where insects and rodents are likely to be found. The site should allow waste water to drain away freely and have suitable facilities to dispose of waste food and rubbish.
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Score: 1085692.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...publications/detail/fr/c/2398/
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