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ANTAGONISM OF SESAME TO THE ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE (MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA) ON OKRA IN TISSUE CULTURE A. S. TANDA1), A. S. ATWAL2) and Y. P. S. BAJAJ3) Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana-141004 (Punjab) India Excised roots and callus cultures of okra and sesame were raised on synthetic media

In: Nematologica
Author: David James

, the social antagonism that results from each individual seeking to further his or her self-interested ends in society provides the motor of human history. This antagonism is the first aspect of what he calls ‘unsociable sociability’ ( ungesellige Geselligkeit ). The unsociability of human beings

In: Journal of the Philosophy of History
Author: Adelino Zanini

Mario Tronti and Antonio Negri on living labour, antagonism and class-composition can be understood in terms of a philosophy of subjectivity founded on a Marxian conception of difference. Keywords antagonism, class-composition, difference, Negri, workerism, subjectivity, tendency, Tronti 1. Mapping

In: Historical Materialism
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Prize Papers Online 2 contains approximately 6,000 interrogations of members of the crew of ships taken during the War of the Austrian Succession and Seven Years’ War (ca. 1739-1763). It shows images of each interrogation (of two, three, sometimes even six or more pages). Answers to the fourteen most researched questions are transcribed and stored in a searchable database.

The War of the Austrian Succession (1740-1748) involved most of the powers of Europe over the question of Maria Theresa's succession to the realms of the House of Habsburg. The Seven Years' War took place between 1754 and 1763 with the main conflict being in the seven-year period 1756–1763. It involved most of the great powers of the time and was driven by the antagonism resulting from overlapping interests in colonial and trade empires, and from territorial and hegemonial conflicts in the Holy Roman Empire.

This collection is part of Prize Papers Online (PPO).
Authors: H.M. Saleh and R.A. Sikora

and reproduction 50 days after inoculation. The fungicides did not alter nematode populations on nonmycorrhizal plants. Benomyl and Carbendazim, however, significantly reduced G. fasciculatum antagonistic activity toward M. incognita reproduction when applied at planting. The diminution of antagonism

In: Nematologica
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Between Separating Differences and Engaging Commonalities
Author: Manuel Duran
Since the publication of Der Derian’s seminal work On Diplomacy, diplomacy has been thought of as the mediation of estrangement between separated individuals, groups or political entities. In Paradiplomacy as a Diplomatic Broker, Manuel Duran focuses on paradiplomacy, the diplomatic practices of sub-state entities. He presents paradiplomacy as a specific site of diplomatic mediation, striking a middle ground between “realist” power play and the humanist need to connect to and engage with others. Indeed, the mediating of estrangement can be situated between both extremes of a continuum, with on the one hand absolute humanist diplomacy, aimed at rescinding all forms of separation between peoples, and on the other hand absolute power play diplomacy, maximizing these differences.