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The European Commission issued a call to coordinators of large scale European infrastructure projects to submit a proposal for funding for a preparatory planning period. The European Bioinformatics Institute, part of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL-EBI), has prepared and submitted a proposal under the acronym "ELIXIR" (European Life sciences Infrastructure for Biological Information). The mission of ELIXIR is to construct and operate a sustainable infrastructure for biological information ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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ESHE, the European Society for the study of Human Evolution, promotes the broad field of research which investigates how humans evolved both biologically and culturally. Contributing disciplines typically include hominin palaeontology and palaeogenetics; comparative and functional studies of extant primates, using both morphological and molecular evidence; palaeolithic archaeology; and applied studies of stable isotopes, dating, taphonomy, palaeoecology and palaeogeography. ESHE aims to stimulate ... [Information of the supplier]
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he main objective of EU BON is to build a substantial part of the Group on Earth Observation’s Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON). In light of the new Intergovernmental science-policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), such a network and approach are imperative for attaining efficient processes of data collation, analysis and provisioning to stakeholders. A key feature of EU BON will be the delivery of near-real-time relevant data – both from on-ground observation and ... [Information of the supplier]
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24. EUMon
The EuMon project attempts to provide a European framework that standardizes, focuses and coordinates existing monitoring programs by comparing and integrating existing methods and monitoring schemes of species and habitats of community interests. The most successful methods in terms of cost effectiveness, regional robustness will be selected and tested for their European wide applicability. EuMon will pay special attention that existing monitoring programs can incorporate these methods and will ... [Information of the supplier]
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EUNIS data are collected and maintained by the European Topic Centre on Biological Diversity for the European Environment Agency and the European Environmental Information Observation Network to be used for environmental reporting and for assistance to the NATURA2000 process (EU Birds and Habitats Directives) and coordinated to the related EMERALD Network of the Bern Convention. EUNIS consists of information on Species, Habitat types and Sites. The information includes: Data on Species, Habitats ... [Information of the supplier]
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EU-nomen enables the correct use of species names and their classification to more accurately manage information on animals and plants. This is the first all-taxon inventory of all European species. PESI provides standardised and authoritative taxonomic information by integrating and securing Europe’s taxonomically authoritative species name registers and nomenclators (name databases) and associated exper(tise) networks that underpin the management of biodiversity in Europe. PESI defines and coordinates ... [Information of the supplier]
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Beside a general introduction there are certain suggestions about Torticid-species (e.g. stages, variation, biology, host plants, damages and distribution). An online key allows there determination. Interactions between several plants and host specific Torticids are summarized. A single section treats the female and male genitalia. Information about higher taxa (Metazoa, Bilateria, Hexapoda) are available. [Editorial staff vifabio]
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Ascertaining when and where genes are expressed is of crucial importance in order to understand the physiological role of a given gene/protein and the interactions between them. In addition, the normal expression patterns can then be compared to those observed in a variety of pathological conditions to identify pathological hallmarks of gene expression. The EURExpress, an integrated project funded by the EU under the VI Framework proposes a transcriptome-wide acquisition of expression patterns chiefly ... [Information of the supplier]
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EURISCO is a web-based catalogue that provides information about ex situ plant collections maintained in Europe. EURISCO is based on a European network of ex situ National Inventories (NIs) that makes the European biodiversity data available everywhere in the world. The EURISCO Web Catalogue automatically receives data from the NIs through country NFPs. It currently contains passport data on more than 1.1 million samples of crop diversity representing 1,450 genera and 8,665 species from 38 countries. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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With more than 30000 known species ground beetles show one of the most varied families in the group of the beetles. Populating a very wide variety of habitats, from treetops to deep caves, from the seashore up to alpine heights or from very wet biotopes up to extreme dry locations, there are numerous specialists. Even if most species are active only at night, and therefore run beetles do not count to the most color-splendid insects, nevertheless, they are able to fascinate not only experts. Also ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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