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Nutrient management by exploiting genetic diversity of potato – A review
31-October-2005

The need for efficient crops is essential to feed a growing population. This paper shows different plant species and potato cultivars differed in nutrient use efficiency with the lowest potassium efficiency for potato followed by wheat and sugar beet.

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Selection of superior crosses on the basis of progeny mean in potato
17-October-2005

Selection based on plant vigour, foliage maturity, desirable tuber traits, high family mean tuber yield supplemented with late blight resistance is recommended for developing potato varieties for north-central plains

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Wetlands International’s position statement on Avian Influenza
5-October-2005

As the role that wild birds could play in spreading HPAI is far from clear, Wetlands International urges that more research is urgently done and a world wide system for monitoring HPAI in wild birds be put in place.

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Adulteration and Contamination of Ayurvedic Herbal Medications
28-September-2005

This paper presents the findings of a study involving some common Ayurvedic medicines, which revealed the presence of heavy metals and synthetic steroids that were in some cases responsible for significant morbidity among those who consumed them.

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Bird and Swine Flu
17-August-2005

H5N1 and H1N1 are high on the international agenda due to fears that it could lead to the next worldwide human flu pandemic. See here for Experts and press releases.

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