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2014-08-10 — 2014-08-15, Mexico City
Dear colleagues and friends, on behalf of the Mexican Society of Parasitology and the Latin American Federation of Parasitology, I welcome you to our great Mexico City and to the exciting XIII International Congress of Parasitology in 2014. As you browse our web page you can find assorted information relevant to the event, the city and our country. Worth is to mention that parasitology is one of the main research areas in the most prestigious research institutes and universities in several cities ... [Information of the supplier]
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http://icopa2014.com/
On behalf of the German Society for Parasitology and the scientific committee I cordially invite you to the 27th Annual DGP meeting. It is my great pleasure to welcome you on this occasion at the Georg-August University in Göttingen.From 9–12 March 2016 you can expect an interesting scientific program that reflects the different disciplines which cover the field of parasitology. Both, the basic biology of parasites as well as applied, translational research will be represented within the conference. ... [Information of the supplier]
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http://www.parasitology-meeting.de/
2015-08-03 — 2015-08-07, Flagstaff
The Eighth International Conference on Mycorrhiza (ICOM8) seeks to stimulate a productive exchange of information and ideas among mycorrhizal researchers from around the world, including physiologists, geneticists, taxonomists, ecologists, inoculum producers, and land managers. Conference sessions will be designed to find common interests and cut across traditional hierarchical divisions of science. The International Mycorrhiza Society selected Northern Arizona University to host ICOM8, which will ... [Information of the supplier]
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http://nau.edu/Merriam-Powell/ICOM8/
This guide provides photographs and descriptions of biological control (or biocontrol) agents of insect, disease and weed pests in North America. It is also a tutorial on the concept and practice of biological control and integrated pest management (IPM). [Information of the supplier]
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http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/ent/biocontrol/
Biological Control is the human use of beneficial organisms such as predators, parasites, or disease to regulate populations of harmful organisms such as insect pests. Click on topics to the left to find out more about biological control (biocontrol) and beneficial insects. [Information of the supplier]
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http://www4.ncsu.edu/~dorr
This private web site deals with insects, which larvae mining leafs. It is the result of an on-going project, set up to photograph and record all the leaf mining fauna which occur in Britain. The leaf mining fauna includes Coleoptera (beetles), Diptera (flies), Symphyta (sawflies) and Lepidoptera (moths). The web site deals with 517 species which are presented with short information about host plant, phenology, and mostly with some pictures. Also the National Leafmining Lepidoptera Scheme is pre ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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http://www.leafmines.co.uk/
A gall is an abnormal growth produced by a plant or other host under the influence of another organism. Most galls are caused by fungi or invertebrates. Prominent among the latter are aphids (Aphidae), mites (Acari), psyllids (Psyllidae), gall-midges (Cecidomyiidae), gall-flies (Tephritidae), gall-wasps (Cynipidae) and sawflies (Symphyta), but a wide range of other invertebrates are included. Galls can also be caused by viruses, bacteria and phytoplasmas. The British Plant Gall Society (BPGS), founded ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Academic societies, professional associations, working groupsResource type
http://www.british-galls.org.uk/
The Pest Information Wiki has a literature database where each publication page contains information on which pests, diseases, or weeds the publication deals with. Related information like which research topic, host plants or field location (country or part of a country) the article has been covering can also be included in a publication page. These data can then be retrieved on other pages. For example, a page on a pest can then display lists of literature which are relevant to this pest, like lists ... [Information of the supplier]
Literature databasesResource type
http://wiki.pestinfo.org/wiki/Category:Journals
This website is developed and maintained by CDC’s Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria (DPDM). Our goal is to use the Internet to strengthen diagnosis of parasitic diseases, both in the United States and abroad. The interactive and rapid exchange of information permitted by the Internet, allied with already available diagnostic reference resources, will enhance our capacity to address the global problem of parasitic diseases. For that purpose, DPDx offers two complementary functions: a Reference ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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http://www.dpd.cdc.gov/
10. Figweb
This web site deals with figs (Ficus spp., Moraceae) and fig wasps, which belong to five hymenoptera families (Agaonidae, Pteromalidae, Ormyridae, Eurytomidae & Torymidae). All species in the family Agaonidae breed in figs, but the Pteromalidae, Ormyridae, Eurytomidae and Torymidae only have a very small proportion of their total species associated with figs. The relationship of the pollinating fig wasps with their host fig tree is an obligate mutualism: the tree relies on the wasps for pollen dispersal ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.figweb.org/
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