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Entomology, Ornithology & Herpetology

Aspect of Entomology in Molecular Engineering

Insects come in the most diverse class of organisms on earth till now and taken together produces more profound impact on humans in both positive and negative sense than any other group of animals on the planet. Read more…

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Posted by Soni - 14/12/2012 at 06:57

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Australia – The Continent of Snake Species

Australia was one of the country and also sixth largest country in the world in terms of land including the Tasmania Island and other small islands. The Australia got his independence from United Kingdom. Australia country was well known for snakes. Read more…

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Posted by Inhap Ardni - 30/11/2012 at 06:57

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Insects as Vectors of Plant Pathogens

The interaction between insect vectors, plant viruses and their host plants is IVPP. IVPP is one of the most relevant in the area of insect-virus-vector interactions and insect feeding behaviour. Because of the numerous contributions in top-quality scientific journals Read more…

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Posted by Soni - 23/11/2012 at 05:43

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Digitisation of Entomology Collections

The Australian Museum in 2010 commenced a project to explore and develop ways for engaging volunteers to increase the rate of digitising natural history collections. The focus was on methods for image-based digitising of dry pinned entomology collections. Read more…

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Posted by Arina Eva - 11/08/2012 at 07:25

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