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WHO reveals why monkey pox spread quickly in Nigerian states

The Delta State Coordinator of the World Health Organisation (WHO), Dr Bassey Bassey, has said flooding in various parts of the country contributed to quick spread of monkey pox across the affected states. 346 more words


சிறகு – இதழ் 2 (ஏப்ரல்-ஜூன் 2017)

தமிழில்: தி. அருள்வேலன்


“நமது சிறகு செய்தி மடலின் முதல் காலாண்டு இதழானது விஞ்ஞானிகள், மூத்தப் பறவை ஆர்வலர்கள் மற்றும் இயற்கை விரும்பிகள் மத்தியில் ஏகோபித்த வரவேற்பு பெற்றது மட்டற்ற மகிழ்ச்சி அளிக்கிறது. ஆதரவும் ஆலோசனையும் வழங்கிய அனைவருக்கும் எனது நெஞ்சார்ந்த நன்றி. 


What We're Reading- Sept 8, 2017

Pro-Active Management of Genetic Diversity
This paper quantified changes in genetic diversity in an experimental translocation of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) into four isolated populations from a single source population.   220 more words

Friday Link Dump

Shining Balsam

Shining Balsam (Impatiens dasysperma Wight) is endemic to western ghats. – at Murinjapuzha, Idukki. 11 more words


Abundance and population profile of Helicostyla daphnis (Stylommatophora: Bradybaenidae), an endemic snail of Cebu, Philippines - JBES

Mary Joyce L. Flores

Environmental Studies Program, Sciences Cluster, University of the Philippines Cebu, Gorordo Ave., Lahug, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

Key words: Helicostyla, endemic, tree snail, Cebu, Philippines. 278 more words


Ascension Island’s Endemic Flora

Your mission – Go find them on Green Mountain – I found three, maybe four.

Ascension Island’s unique flora is under threat from invasive introduced species (both plant and animal) and loss of habitat, with only small areas of undisturbed vegetation remaining, principally in the highland elevations of Green Mountain National Park. 451 more words

Ascension Island

Study: US is slipping toward measles being endemic once again

(Source: arstechnica.com)

With firm vaccination campaigns, the US eliminated measles in 2000. The highly infectious virus was no longer constantly present in the country—no longer endemic. 677 more words