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Carl Dalhammar

1 Introduction One of the tendencies in European environmental policy and law in the last decades has been the increasing attention given to products and their life cycle environmental impacts “from the cradle to the grave”. This development has been described in a number of contributions. 1

Stephen Kakaire, Ivan G. Grove and Patrick P.J. Haydock

a crop during the growing season. Faster rates of development occur when favourable environmental conditions prevail, which leads to shorter durations of the life cycle with the potential for more generations (Wilson & Barnett, 1983 ; Trudgill, 1995b). Ultimately, a build-up of high nematode


Rasa Račiūnaitė-Paužuolienė

storytelling types, such as, personal narratives, urban legends, informative stories, narratives examining historical, ethnographic or religious events. The purpose of this chapter is to focus on digital stories appearing on websites of life-cycle commemorations, for instance, births, christenings, weddings

Wohlrab-Sahr, Monika

1. The concept of the life cycle refers to a socially regulated succession of life phases, that are divided from one another and articulated by ‘typical’ life events. ‘Cyclical’ therefore refers not to repetitions of phases or events in the life course of the individual, but to the collectively

Somnath S. Pokhare, Samer S. Habash, John T. Jones, Abdelnaser Elashry and Florian M.W. Grundler

any pathosystem an effective culture system will facilitate the study of nematode behaviour, including the ability of pre-parasitic juveniles to locate host roots, development of the nematode and response of the host to infection. Although life cycle studies using monoxenic cultures can be

Life Cycle and Growth of Sericostoma personatum Spence (Trichoptera, Sericostomatidae) in a Danish Spring By TORBEN MOTH IVERSEN Freshwater Biological Laboratory, DK-3400 Hillerød, Denmark Abstract In a Danish spring the life cycle of Sericostoma personatum Spence (syn. S. pedemontanum Mac


volutator C. arenarium (Crustacea: Amphipoda) Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 1979 59 355 368 Gable M.F. Croker R.A. The salt marsh amphipod, Gammarus palustris Bousfield, 1969, at the northern limit of its distribution I. Ecology and life cycle. Estuarine and

Antoon Ploeg and Paul Maris

Nematology , 1999, Vol. 1(4), 389-393 Effects of temperature on the duration of the life cycle of a Meloidogyne incognita population Antoon T. P LOEG * and Paul C. M ARIS Department of Nematology, University of California Riverside, Riverside CA 92521, USA Accepted for publication: 19 February

Green, William Scott and Mishkin, J.

Judaism defines a divinely ordained system of required behaviors, referred to as mitzvot , fulfillment of which expresses acquiescence to the divine will. Among these behaviors, life cycle ceremonies enhance worship of God by elevating otherwise ordinary moments into opportunities to fulfill God