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Free Online – NEW Concise Guide to Pharmacology 2015/2016

Published in the British Journal of Pharmacology The essential guide for all those working in the vital search for new drugs. Concise overviews of the key properties of over 1,700 established or potential pharmacological targets and their ligands/drug interactions. Links to the open access knowledge-base of drug targets and their ligands in the official IUPHAR […]

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livestock and food security

Livestock and Food Security: How to Feed 10.6 Billion People in 2050?

We have kind of heard or read somewhere that total population on earth is expected to hit 10.6 billion by 2050? But did you know that we need to increase food production by 70% to cater to a population of 9 billion people? While animal products account for about one-third of our protein consumption globally, […]

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freshwater fish ecology studies

Special Issue: Ecology of Freshwater Fish

Freshwater habitats play an important role in fundamental ecosystem functions and services, besides sustaining an overwhelming diversity of species. Ecology of Freshwater Fish  publishes original articles on all aspects of fish ecology and fishery sciences in lakes, rivers and estuaries. The journal also includes ecologically oriented studies of behaviour, genetics and physiology, as well as […]

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climate change species range shift

Climate Change and Species Range Shifts

Research indicates that the global climate is rapidly changing, effecting patterns of temperature and precipitation at many geographical scales and that these changes are being caused by human activity. Since future rates of climate change may be greater than those that occurred over the evolutionary history of many terrestrial species, there is an increased need […]

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American foulbrood Disease AFB

Honey Thieves Spread American foulbrood Disease

Bees are taking home more than honey when they steal from their weaker neighbors, reports new research in the SfAM journal, Environmental Microbiology; they may be carrying American foulbrood (AFB) disease. AFB is the most damaging bacterial disease of honey bee larvae, causing the death of colonies all over the world. However, little is known […]

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