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Capitalismo No-Acumulativo

Carlos Largacha-Martinez

ECOLINC: BIODIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN VOLCANIC PLAINS SIGHTINGS

Dmartin
Ecolinc is a Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) Science Specialist Centre, specializing in the development and delivery of environmental science programs for students and teachers. The Biodiversity of the Western Volcanic Plains (BWVP) online educational program was funded by the DEECD and the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI). It includes the BWVP Flora and Fauna Field Guide app, which was launched in June 2013. The BWVP Flora and Fauna Field...

The Story of SWAUM

Mwamini Masanja, Upendo Lugalla & Mike Morris

Richard Hartland - Photographs of Flora and Fungi

Dmartin
Richard Hartland's personal photography of Plants and Fungi

Plants of Scotia Sanctuary

Dmartin
Photos taken during the field work for a herbarium of pressed plant specimens for Scotia Sanctuary. A draft plant key for this data is available.

Bush Heritage - Carnarvon Station Reserve

Dmartin
Photos taken during the field work for a herbarium of pressed plant specimens for Carnarvon Station Reserve

Panboola Wetlands Bird Surveys

Dmartin
Bird Surveys from the Panboola Wetlands in Pambula NSW. The surveys were started in 1997 and carried out 4 times a year in Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring by the Far South Coast Birdwatchers Inc.

IMOS - AATAMS Facility Satellite Relay Tagging Program - Delayed mode data

Dmartin
The Australian Animal Tagging And Monitoring System (AATAMS) is a coordinated marine animal tagging project. Satellite Relay Data Loggers (SRDL) (most with CTDs, and some also with fluorometers) are used to explore how marine mammal behaviour relates to their oceanic environment. Loggers developed at the University of St Andrews Sea Mammal Research Unit transmit data in near real time via the Argo satellite system. The Satellite Relay Data Loggers are deployed on marine mammals, including...

The Impact of Parental and Peer Social Support on Dating Violence Perpetration and Victimization Among Female Adolescents: A Longitudinal Study

Tara N. Richards, Kathryn A. Branch & K.A. Ray
Little is known about the role social support may play in reducing the risk of adolescent dating violence perpetration and victimization. This study is a longitudinal analysis of the independent impact of social support from friends and parents on the risk of emotional and physical dating violence perpetration and victimization among a large sample of female youth (n 5 346). Findings indicate that 22% of the sample indicated perpetrating physical dating violence against a partner,...

Exploring the Relationship Between Child Physical Abuse and Adult Dating Violence Using a Causal Inference Approach in an Emerging Adult Population in South Korea

Wesley G. Jennings, MiRang Park, Tara N. Richards, Elizabeth A. Tomsich, Angela R. Gover & Ráchael A. Powers
Child maltreatment is one of the most commonly examined risk factors for violence in dating relationships. Often referred to as the intergenerational transmission of violence or cycle of violence, a fair amount of research suggests that experiencing abuse during childhood significantly increases the likelihood of involvement in violent relationships later, but these conclusions are primarily based on correlational research designs. Furthermore, the majority of research linking childhood maltreatment and dating violence has focused on samples...

Collaboration Through Superposition: How The It Artifact As An Object Of Collaboration Affords Technical Interdependence Without Organizational Interdependence

James Howison & Kevin Crowston
Abstract: This paper develops a theory of collaboration through superposition: the process of depositing separate layers on top of each other over time. The theory is developed in a study of development of community-based Free and Open Source Software (FLOSS), through a research arc of discovery (participant observation), replication (two archival case studies) and formalization (a model of developer choices). The theory explains two key findings: 1) the overwhelming majority of work is accomplished with...

Collaboration Through Superposition: How The It Artifact As An Object Of Collaboration Affords Technical Interdependence Without Organizational Interdependence

James Howison & Kevin Crowston
Abstract: This paper develops a theory of collaboration through superposition: the process of depositing separate layers on top of each other over time. The theory is developed in a study of development of community-based Free and Open Source Software (FLOSS), through a research arc of discovery (participant observation), replication (two archival case studies) and formalization (a model of developer choices). The theory explains two key findings: 1) the overwhelming majority of work is accomplished with...

Anti-Sickling And Antibacterial Activities Of Extracts From A Congolese Diplopod (Tachypodoiulus Sp., Arthropoda)

Koto-Te-Nyiwa Ngbolua
Zoo-pharmacognosy is a mean by which animal self-heal by using of plants and invertebrates. Because of their phylogenetic closeness and common neural pathways of chemosensory perception, humans and great apes, when displaying symptoms of illness learn to select some biological resources as medicine: e.g. diplopods secretions is used by great apes to heal against various skin bacterial infectious diseases which are also recurrent pathologies of the SCD. The present study evaluated the antisickling and antimicrobial...

Anti-Sickling And Antibacterial Activities Of Extracts From A Congolese Diplopod (Tachypodoiulus Sp., Arthropoda)

Koto-Te-Nyiwa Ngbolua
Zoo-pharmacognosy is a mean by which animal self-heal by using of plants and invertebrates. Because of their phylogenetic closeness and common neural pathways of chemosensory perception, humans and great apes, when displaying symptoms of illness learn to select some biological resources as medicine: e.g. diplopods secretions is used by great apes to heal against various skin bacterial infectious diseases which are also recurrent pathologies of the SCD. The present study evaluated the antisickling and antimicrobial...

Study Of 5,10-Diphenyl-5H-[1,2,4]Triazolo[4`,3`:4,5][1,3,4]Thiadiazolo[3,2-A] Pyrido [3,2-F] Quinazolines

Ranjana Dubey
Present study consists of design, synthesis of several novel substituted [3,2-f]quinazolines derivatives (3a-e) and antibacterial and antifungal evaluation. The structures of the synthesized derivatives were evaluated by IR, 1H-NMR, Mass and elemental analysis (C, H, N). Compound 3b showed significant antimicrobial spectrum. 

Study Of 5,10-Diphenyl-5H-[1,2,4]Triazolo[4`,3`:4,5][1,3,4]Thiadiazolo[3,2-A] Pyrido [3,2-F] Quinazolines

Ranjana Dubey
Present study consists of design, synthesis of several novel substituted [3,2-f]quinazolines derivatives (3a-e) and antibacterial and antifungal evaluation. The structures of the synthesized derivatives were evaluated by IR, 1H-NMR, Mass and elemental analysis (C, H, N). Compound 3b showed significant antimicrobial spectrum. 

Gasification And Combustion Of Biomass For Ic Engines

Junjie Chen
Due to increasing environmental concerns especially related with the use of fossil fuels, new solutions to limit the greenhouse gas effect are continuously sought. Among the available alternative energy sources to mitigate greenhouse emissions, biomass is the only carbon-based sustainable option. Biomass is recognized to be the major potential source for energy production. There are ranges of biomass utilization technologies that produce useful energy from biomass. Gasification is one of the important techniques out of...

Gasification And Combustion Of Biomass For Ic Engines

Junjie Chen
Due to increasing environmental concerns especially related with the use of fossil fuels, new solutions to limit the greenhouse gas effect are continuously sought. Among the available alternative energy sources to mitigate greenhouse emissions, biomass is the only carbon-based sustainable option. Biomass is recognized to be the major potential source for energy production. There are ranges of biomass utilization technologies that produce useful energy from biomass. Gasification is one of the important techniques out of...

Synthesis Of Several 2-(5-Chloro-3-Methyl-1-(Pyridin-2-Yl) Pyrazolidin-4-Yl)-3- Substitutedphenylthiazolidin-4-Ones As Prospective Antimicrobial Agents

Hament Panwar
     Several 2-(5-chloro-3-methyl-1-(pyridin-2-yl) pyrazolidin-4-yl)-3- substitutedphenylthiazolidin-4-one (4a-f) have been synthesized by conventional synthesis methodology. The synthesized derivatives were characterized by IR, 1H-NMR, Mass and elemental analysis (C, H, N) . Furthermore the synthesized 2-(5-chloro-3-methyl-1-(pyridin-2-yl) pyrazolidin-4-yl)-3- substitutedphenylthiazolidin-4-one (4a-f) were tested for antimicrobial activities. The compound 4c displayed significant biological activities among the all tested derivatives. 

Synthesis Of Several 2-(5-Chloro-3-Methyl-1-(Pyridin-2-Yl) Pyrazolidin-4-Yl)-3- Substitutedphenylthiazolidin-4-Ones As Prospective Antimicrobial Agents

Hament Panwar
     Several 2-(5-chloro-3-methyl-1-(pyridin-2-yl) pyrazolidin-4-yl)-3- substitutedphenylthiazolidin-4-one (4a-f) have been synthesized by conventional synthesis methodology. The synthesized derivatives were characterized by IR, 1H-NMR, Mass and elemental analysis (C, H, N) . Furthermore the synthesized 2-(5-chloro-3-methyl-1-(pyridin-2-yl) pyrazolidin-4-yl)-3- substitutedphenylthiazolidin-4-one (4a-f) were tested for antimicrobial activities. The compound 4c displayed significant biological activities among the all tested derivatives. 

Biodegradation Of Plastics By Pseudomonas Putida Isolated From Garden Soil Samples

Ponniah Saminathan
An attempt was made to isolate Pseudomonas putida from garden soil samples and to characterize its degrading ability on plastic material. This work reveals that the garden soil is a good source of microbes capable of degrading plastic materials. P. putida have the ability to convert the complex plastic material was determined in terms of weight loss of the material. It degrades the plastic material up to 75.3% within a month. The plastic samples tested...

Biodegradation Of Plastics By Pseudomonas Putida Isolated From Garden Soil Samples

Ponniah Saminathan
An attempt was made to isolate Pseudomonas putida from garden soil samples and to characterize its degrading ability on plastic material. This work reveals that the garden soil is a good source of microbes capable of degrading plastic materials. P. putida have the ability to convert the complex plastic material was determined in terms of weight loss of the material. It degrades the plastic material up to 75.3% within a month. The plastic samples tested...

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