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2013-11-19 — 2013-11-26, Luxor
The organizing committee of the first Mediterranean Conference of Zoology, to be held in Egypt from 19 th to 26 th of November 2013, is pleased to announce that this scientific event will take place in the floating hotel of one of the luxurious Nile cruises as it travels from the Thebes, Luxor to Aswan. ... [Information of the supplier]
2013-09-16 — 2013-09-20, Thonon-les-Bains
Welcome to the 7th Central European Diatom Meeting (CE-Diatom) and the 32nd meeting of the French Speaking Diatom Association (ADLaF). The ADLaF meeting will take place from the 16 to 18 September 2013 in French, followed by CE-Diatom meeting from the 18 to 20 September 2013 in English. Both meetings ... [Information of the supplier]
The aim of this site is the discovery of locusts of West Africa, with the aim to provide maximum information. The topic is extensive and the ideas of the categories are numerous. We hope that we can develop as much as possible over time. If you would like to share your knowledge with us or have any ... [Information of the supplier, translated]
The database currently comprises 185773 names of african plants with their nomenclatural statuts (as of April, 2010). Data capture, edition and broadcast are the product of a collaboration between the South African National Biodiversity Institute, the Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Africhthy is a web portal and information management system for African ichthyology created to allow efficient networking and collaboration among taxonomists, conservationists, fisheries managers, aquaculturists, aquarists, and students and faculty at African universities. Africhthy makes available an ... [Information of the supplier]
The AGRIS initiative was set up by the FAO in the 70s and created a worldwide coooperation for sharing access to agricultural science and technology information. Based on available technologies, AGRIS was initially collecting bibliographic references for a central database. However, since the advent of ... [Information of the supplier]
In France, the European Hamster (Cricetus cricetus) only lives in Alsace and its population is dropping sharply. In 1972, there were 329 Alsatian towns where this animal lived; in 2014, this species is only present with certitude in 17 towns, mainly located in the South-Western area of Strasbourg. A ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Pascal Vigneron's web site aims at presenting the plant family Amaryllidaceae under all aspects - botanical, horticultural, historical, biochemical, and so on. It provides lists of species, information on nomenclature and biology, and links to digitized literature on Amaryllidaceae. [Editorial staff vifabio]
In Cooperation with the Institute for Anatomy and Cell Biology, the Library of the University of Heidelberg has digitalized selected anatomical literature and lithographs from the 19th century. This includes textbooks, scripts and drawings which described the teaching and research of this period, and has ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
SIBA is an initiative from the Biodiversity Centre of the Institute for Andorran Studies to merge and allow easy access to the citation data of the flora and fauna distribution of the country. Because of its very own nature this is a dynamic project that grows continuously as new data arrives to our ... [Information of the supplier]
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