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GC/MSanalysis of fungitoxic terpenoids from tobacco

* A. Fuchs,
* W. Slobbe,
* P.C. Mol,
* M.A. Posthumus1

* Laboratory of Phytopathology, Agricultural University,
Wageningen, The Netherlands
* Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, Agricultural University,
Wageningen, The Netherlands

* Received 25 June 1982. Available online 20 March 2001.

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Lancet. 2006 Jun 10;367(9526):1903-12.

Clopidogrel plus aspirin versus oral anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation in the Atrial fibrillation Clopidogrel Trial with Irbesartan for prevention of Vascular Events (ACTIVE W): a randomised controlled trial.

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Health Research Institute, Hamilton, ON, Canada. connostu@phri.ca

http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(06)68845-4/fulltext


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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9460178

A physiologically based approach to the study of bisphenol A and other
estrogenic chemicals on the size of reproductive organs, daily sperm
production, and behavior.
vom Saal FS, Cooke PS, Buchanan DL, Palanza P, Thayer KA, Nagel SC,
Parmigiani S, Welshons WV.

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Centella asiatica, Brahmi, Saraswathi, Vallarai
Emblica officinalis, Amlaki, Usirikaya, Nellikkai


On 20 April 2012 07:27, Divya Thammaiah <divya.plantscience@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi, Every one can any one please find this article 

1)A Histochemical Study of Callus Initiation from Carrot Taproot Phloem Cultivated in Vitro

D. E. Fosket and Lorin W. Roberts
American Journal of Botany
Vol. 52, No. 9 (Oct., 1965), pp. 929-937
Published by: Botanical Society of America


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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15190 80% peoples in world’s poorest countries require safety net: World Bank

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80% peoples in world's poorest countries require safety net: World Bank

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Islamabad: At least 60 percent of people in developing countries, and nearly 80 percent in the world's poorest countries, lack effective safety net coverage as countries struggle to protect their most vulnerable citizens from the negative impacts of global financial volatility and food and fuel price hikes, said World Bank release on Wednesday.

Sixty six million children around the world go to school hungry and struggle to concentrate and learn, a deficit that can be addressed with school feeding programmes for the poorest. More than 2.8 million newborns die in the first week of their lives. Many of these deaths can be prevented by providing more pre- and post-natal care for mothers and their children. Food insecurity leads to greater family conflict and divorce rates.

Expanding cost-effective safety nets – including cash transfers, food assistance, public works programmes, and fee waivers – to help countries respond to crises and address persistent poverty will be a main item for discussion by finance and development ministers at the World Bank-IMF Development Committee meeting on April 21.

"Safety nets can transform people's lives and provide a foundation for inclusive growth without busting budgets," says Robert B. Zoellick, President of the World Bank Group. "Effective safety net coverage overcomes poverty and promotes economic opportunity and gender equality by helping people find jobs, cope with economic shocks, and improve the health, education, and well-being of their children."

The Bank's new 2011 Atlas of Social Protection: Indicators of Resilience and Equity (ASPIRE) provides the first-ever online snapshot of household-level data on safety nets and other social protection and labor (SPL) programs in developing countries, and was launched together with the Bank's new Social Protection and Labor global strategy for the next 10 years. While sustained growth in many developing countries has pulled hundreds of millions of people out of poverty and into the middle class, this economic progress has yet to reach a majority in the poorest countries that face unemployment, disability, illness, and struggle to protect themselves against economic shocks, persistent poverty, natural disasters, or other crises.

A new strategy for expanding coverage to the poorest people

The Bank's new strategy calls for investing in stronger SPL systems in countries to improve the quality and reach of safety nets and other SPL programs in four areas:

•         First, extending coverage to the poorest countries and poorest and most vulnerable people, where the needs are greatest.

•         Second, building a coherent and integrated portfolio of national SPL policies and programs that help people deal with multiple risks, and can be scaled up or down in response to crises.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15189 Canadian parents overestimate their kids' physical activities

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Canadian parents overestimate their kids' physical activities

 

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VANCOUVER, April 18 (Xinhua) -- Kids have done less physical activities than their parents thought, according to a report released Wednesday by statistics Canada, the country's national statistical agency.

The analysis was based on information from the 2007 to 2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey, which collected both parent-reported and directly measured (accelerometry) data about children's activity.

After studying 878 children aged from 6 to 11, analyzers found that on average, parents reported that their children engaged in considerably more moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) than was recorded by accelerometer: 104.5 minutes versus 63.3 minutes, a difference of about 40 minutes a day.

Besides, directly measured sedentary time (7.6 hours a day) substantially exceeded parent-reported screen time (2.5 hours a day) and directly measured sleep duration averaged 24 minutes a day more than parent-reported sleep time: 10.1 hours versus 9.7 hours.

The low correlation between parent reports and direct measures is not unexpected, as there is a fundamental difference between the two methods: parent reports capture time spent doing a specific activity, while accelerometry captures actual movement at a defined intensity, said the analyzers.

For instance, participation in an hour-long soccer game (which a parent might report as the MVPA) would not be recorded as a full 60 minutes of the MVPA on an accelerometer, because the child does not move at that intensity for the entire game, according to analyzers.

In addition, self- or parent-reports capture only limited aspects of sedentary behavior (for example, screen time). On the other hand, direct measures can determine the overall quantity of sedentary time, but they do not provide the contextual information that is available from self-reports.

Since the measurement of children's MVPA, sedentary behavior and sleep duration is closely related to health, the results of this analysis demonstrate the benefits of using both approaches in health surveillance, while highlighting the need to understand the sometimes large differences between these metrics, said analyzers.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15187 Grand Prix Goes Forward Despite Bahrain's Rights Crisis

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Grand Prix Goes Forward Despite Bahrain's Rights Crisis

 
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The government of Bahrain says its political and human rights crisis is over and it is hosting the Grand Prix on April 22. The race is part of a public relations campaign to clean up Bahrain's image following a brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protests last year. But Bahrain's rulers have failed to implement key reforms. Protesters sentenced to long prison terms in military courts for 'crimes' of speech and peaceful assembly have not been freed, and no ranking official is being investigated for torture. Anti-government protests have intensified in recent weeks, demanding cancellation of the race and freedom for jailed protest leaders.
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Charles Taylor is the former president of Liberia. From 1989 to 1997, Taylor led a rebel group, the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL), which sought to unseat Liberia's then-president, Samuel K. Doe, and to take control of the country.
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EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA Hungary: Revoke Law Criminalizing Homeless

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