Iniciativa-MIZA-SEG

Se le invita a participar en la Iniciativa para el @MIZAUCV. Entérese abriendo el enlace.

Se le invita a participar en la Iniciativa para el @MIZAUCV. Entérese abriendo el enlace.     MIZA, Necesidad esencial para PROTEGER nuestro patrimonio en el que se representan nuestras colecciones y los equipos necesarios para continuar con nuestro trabajo de investigación.



Se requiere:
Revisión del sistema de seguridad (sistema de ingreso, cámaras de video, alarma de fuego y sensores de movimiento, etc).


Tipo solicitud: Urgente.
Modalidad: Donación.

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ID: 640
Interconectamos sistemas de picking con el WMS de la empresa N:92  

Dogs and food

Good Dog, Bad Food: Foods for People That Are Bad for Your Dog

Good Dog, Bad Food: Foods for People That Are Bad for Your Dog     If you consider the family dog, well, family ”and are apt to toss him a piece of your food now and then” proceed with caution. Some foods meant for human consumption can be dangerous, and even deadly, to your dog. A food might harm one dog and not another. It depends on a number of factors, including the animal's genetic makeup and size, as well as the amount that animal eats. How are people and animals different when it comes to food?
Image from http://gardenandgun.com/

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Software educativo N:58  

Entomologyst

History of Ecological Sciences, Ecological Aspects of Entomology During the 1800s

History of Ecological Sciences,  Ecological Aspects of Entomology During the 1800s     An extensive literature on the history of entomology (see Literature Guide below) provides the basis for a discussion of aspects of ecologically relevant entomology for the 1800s, with two topics deferred to later parts of this history: diseases of insects and insects as vectors of human disease, to part 46 on parasitism and the germ theory of disease; and pollination ecology and domestic bees, to part 52 on symbiosis.
We saw in parts 21 and 30 (Egerton 2006, 2008) that there were many important studies on insects during the 1700s, and in parts 33 and 41 (Egerton 2009b, 2012a) we met notable entomologists of the 1800s: Thomas Say (1787–1834) and Henry Walter Bates (1825–1892). Alfred Russel Wallace (1823–1913), discussed in parts 41–42 (Egerton 2012a, b), also notably contributed to entomology. Charles Darwin (1809–1882) had collected beetles at Cambridge and insects on the voyage of the Beagle; he discussed insects in the Origin of Species, and he studied insects in relation to pollination and insectivorous plants (Riley 1882, Egerton 2010, 2011b, Carton 2011). Some of these men might themselves be classified as “stamp collectors,” but taxonomy and systematics were especially important for entomology if it were ever to become a sophisticated science, because it was essential for zoologists to distinguish whatever species they studied so others could verify or refute claims made about particular species.

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Recursos informativos para mantener la salud de una manera natural N:93  

Pixiebob CATS

The Pixiebob is a domestic cat visually resembling the North American Bobcat.

The Pixiebob is a domestic cat visually resembling the North American Bobcat.     The Pixiebob is a domestic cat visually resembling the North American Bobcat. Despite its fierce look, the Pixiebob is noted for its loving, trustworthy and
tractable personality. Heavy brows with bushier hair above the eyes, lynx tipping on the ears and longer mutton chops on the cheeks complete the wild look of
Pixiebobs. The tail can measure from 1 to 6 inches in length. These cats have brown tabby markings on a tan or reddish background and may be polydactyl
(having extra toes).
Photo by 西爾維亞 on Unsplash

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Oil economy focus N:57  

Aves

Revista venezolana de ornitología

Revista venezolana de ornitología     

Misión

La Unión Venezolana de Ornitólogos (U.V.O) es una asociación civil sin fines de lucro, de carácter científico, de alcance nacional, no gubernamental, que agrupa a profesionales, estudiantes y aficionados a las aves cuyo objetivo es la promoción, difusión y el estudio de las aves en Venezuela. Para ello se propone:



1. Vincular a personas e instituciones interesadas en la ornitología y en el estudio y la observación de las aves.

2. Promover, fomentar y contribuir a organizar los estudios que conduzcan al conocimiento científico de las aves venezolanas, en particular las especies raras, endémicas, vulnerables, amenazadas y en peligro de extinción.

3. Actuar como organismo de asesoramiento y opinión ante personas e instituciones en relación con la investigación, manejo y conservación de las aves en Venezuela.

4. Funcionar como centro de almacenamiento, intercambio y difusión de información ornitológica.

5. Establecer relaciones con organizaciones gubernamentales yasociaciones afines , tanto nacionales como internacionales.

6. Organizar reuniones científicas periódicas en las que los investigadores y las instituciones intercambien experiencias y resultados.

7. Crear publicaciones periódicas u ocasionales para la difusión y comunicación científica.

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Payoneer: 
International Money 
Transfers Service N:900  

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