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Using CT for screening unjustified
Tsunami: coral reefs can recover quickly
IN THE aftermath of last year's cataclysmic tsunami, Dr. Gregory Stone of the New England Aquarium co-led an expedition to survey the damage caused to Thailand's coral reefs. As reported in a recently released technical report available on the ...
Mars not so wet after all?
DVD about Parkinson's disease
THE WASHINGTON State Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) has released a 90-minute patient education DVD for people with Parkinson's, their physicians, families and friends. The DVD, titled `Managing Parkinson's: ...
Ring spot virus in papaya
PAPAYA RING Spot Virus (PRSV) is a major infestation of papaya crop. All the stages of papaya crop are vulnerable to the virus infection. The early incidence will lead to heavy damage and complete loss of the economical ...
Growing human lungs for transplant
A wide variety of crops including ginger can be grown as intercrops in cashew gardens. It is advisable to stop intercropping when the cashew trees reach four years of age as the dense canopy prevents sunlight from reaching the ground. Farm ...
Smooth passage from books to bytes
Extending the reach of libraries through e-books
New cow breed with more milk yield
Phule Triveni cows are robust and strong and weigh 300-400 kg
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