Areas of Activity#

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A

  • Acoustic Abundance estimation of fish schools Go to
  • Adaptation Go to
  • adaptive evolution Go to
  • Agent-based modelling of Pleistocene hominin populations Go to
  • Agricultural water management Go to
  • Analysis of microbial diversity-ecosystem functioning-ecosystem services relationships Go to
  • Anatomy/morphology of basal tracheophytes Go to
  • Animal and human vision (optics of the eyes and visual control of behaviour) Go to
  • Animal behavioural ecology Go to
  • Animal ecology Go to
  • ANIMAL ECOLOGY Go to
  • Animal Ecology Go to
  • Animal energetics Go to
  • Animal Movement and Dispersal Go to
  • Animal movement ecology Go to
  • Animal movement ecology Go to
  • Animal population dynamics Go to
  • Annual periodicity Go to
  • Antibiotic resistance evolution Go to
  • Antibiotic resistance Go to
  • APPLIED EVOLUTION Go to
  • Applied evolution Go to
  • Applied fish behavior to understand and predict fish distribution and reaction Go to
  • APPLIED POPULATION BIOLOGY Go to
  • Aquatic biodiversity Go to
  • Arabidopsis Go to
  • Arctic Biology Go to
  • Astrobiology Go to
B
  • Basic research related to conservation Go to
  • BEE HEALTH Go to
  • Bee health Go to
  • Behavioral ecology Go to
  • Behavioral ecology Go to
  • Behavioral ecology Go to
  • Behavioral mechanisms of navigation and communication in insects Go to
  • Behavioral physiology and ecology Go to
  • Behavior Go to
  • Behavioural and morphological diversity in sticklebacks Go to
  • Behavioural and population ecology with particular emphasis on the responses of individuals to changing environmental conditions Go to
  • Behavioural ecology Go to
  • Behavioural ecology Go to
  • BEHAVIOURAL ECOLOGY Go to
  • Behavioural Ecology Go to
  • Behavioural ecology Go to
  • Behavioural ecology Go to
  • Behavioural ecology of birds Go to
  • BEHAVIOURAL & PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY Go to
  • Behavioural, population and molecular genetics Go to
  • Behaviour and aquaculture Go to
  • Behaviour Go to
  • Behaviour of humans and animals Go to
  • Benthic ecology Go to
  • Big Data analyses Go to
  • Biochemistry Go to
  • Biochemistry of DNA topoisomerases and DNA polymerases Go to
  • Biocomplexity Go to
  • Biodiversity and conservation Go to
  • Biodiversity and ecological Go to
  • Biodiversity and ecosystem processes Go to
  • Biodiversity conservation Go to
  • Biodiversity conservation Go to
  • Biodiversity Go to
  • Biodiversity Go to
  • Biodiversity Go to
  • Biodiversity Go to
  • Biodiversity Go to
  • Biodiversity informatics Go to
  • Biodiversity modelling Go to
  • Biodiversity theory: mathematical dimensions of models of species coexistence Go to
  • Bioethics Go to
  • Biogeochemistry Go to
  • Biogeography and ecology of terrestrial biota Go to
  • Biogeography Go to
  • Biogeography Go to
  • Biogeography of hominins Go to
  • Biogeograpy Go to
  • Bio-inspired engineering Go to
  • Bio-inspired technology Go to
  • Biological oceanography Go to
  • BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Go to
  • Biological pest control Go to
  • Biological rhythms Go to
  • BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Go to
  • Biology Go to
  • Biology Go to
  • Biology of capercaillie Go to
  • Biology of social insects Go to
  • Biomechanics, biomaterials Go to
  • Biometry Go to
  • Biomining Go to
  • Bioremediation Go to
  • Biotelemetry and bio-logging technology for animal tracking Go to
  • Biotic stress networks Go to
  • Bivalve aquaculture Go to
  • Body size and the composition and structure of communities of vertebrates Go to
  • Botany Go to
  • Bryophyte/tracheophyte relations Go to
C
  • Cancer evolution Go to
  • Capercaillie biology and conservation Go to
  • Carbon cycle at ecosystem level Go to
  • Carbon partitioning and root growth under magnesium deficiency Go to
  • Cardiovascular control mechanisms in man and in other large mammals Go to
  • Carotenoid modulation of immune function and sexual attractiveness in birds Go to
  • Cell and molecular biology of regeneration Go to
  • Chemical ecology Go to
  • Chemical Senses Go to
  • Climate and ecological dynamics in the Quaternary and their impact on hominin populations Go to
  • Climate Change and Ocean Acidification Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • Communication Go to
  • Community assembly in islands Go to
  • Community ecology Go to
  • Community ecology Go to
  • Community ecology Go to
  • Community Ecology Go to
  • Community phylogenetic Go to
  • Comparative and environmental physiology Go to
  • Comparative and evolutionary genomics Go to
  • Comparative genomics: fish-specific genome duplication, gene-and-genome duplications Go to
  • Comparative genomics Go to
  • Comparative genomics, phylogenomics, molecular phylogeny Go to
  • Comparative Neurobiology Go to
  • COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, BIODIVERSITY Go to
  • COMPLEX SYSTEMS Go to
  • Computational biology Go to
  • Computational genomics Go to
  • Conservation and extensive mariculture Go to
  • Conservation biology Go to
  • Conservation Biology Go to
  • Conservation biology Go to
  • Conservation biology Go to
  • Conservation Biology Go to
  • Conservation biology Go to
  • Conservation biology of marine fish Go to
  • Conservation genetics Go to
  • Conservation genetics Go to
  • Cooperation Go to
  • Cork oak physiology Go to
  • Crop simulation models Go to
  • Crustacean Go to
  • Cultural evolution Go to
D
  • Deep-Sea Biodiversity and Ecology Go to
  • Deep sea echinoderm taxonomy and ecology Go to
  • Defence homeostasis Go to
  • Deficit irrigation Go to
  • Demography Go to
  • Depth vision by stereo, accommodation and motion parallax Go to
  • Developmental and comparative neuroscience Go to
  • Developmental Biology and Evolution of Marine Invertebrates Go to
  • Disease control Go to
  • Distribution patterns at large spatial scales Go to
  • Diversity-disturbance relationship Go to
  • DNA‐analytical biosystematics and taxonomy of Rubiaceae (Galium, Asperula etc.), Dipsacaceae (Knautia etc.), Asteraceae (Achillea, Anacyclus, Artemisia, Carlina, Leontodon etc.), Winteraceae (Drimys, Tasmannia, Takhtajania), Rutaceae (Aurantioideae etc.), Caryophyllaceae (Cerastium), Veroniceae, Ranunculaceae (Anemone etc.), Solanaceae (Capsicum) Go to
  • DNA metabarcoding for biodiversity assessment Go to
  • Drosophila Go to
  • Dynamics biogeography of bird populations Go to
  • Dynamics of biodiversity Go to
E
  • Early ecosystems (Minimal ecosystems. Origen of eukaryosis. Kingdoms and Domains classification) Go to
  • Early lichens/fungi Go to
  • Early life history: topology of the universal tree of life and nature of the Last Universal Common Ancestor. Go to
  • Early terrestrial ecosystems and environments Go to
  • Ecological genetics and epigenetics of flower yeasts Go to
  • Ecological memory Go to
  • Ecological modelling Go to
  • Ecological status assessment Go to
  • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Go to
  • ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION Go to
  • ECOLOGY Go to
  • Ecology Go to
  • Ecology Go to
  • Ecology Go to
  • ECOLOGY, OCEANOGRAPHY Go to
  • Ecology of fish breeding Go to
  • Ecology of marine phytoplancton Go to
  • Ecology of the conservation and management of populations Go to
  • Ecophysiology Go to
  • Ecosystem analysis Go to
  • Ecosystem and microbial ecology Go to
  • Ecosystem ecology Go to
  • Ecosystem Ecology Go to
  • Ecosystem effects of fishing Go to
  • Ecosystem goods and services Go to
  • Ecosystem services Go to
  • Effects of global change in aquatic ecosystems Go to
  • Effects of poor nutrition at early developmental stages on adult performance Go to
  • Elucidating the physiological responses of photosynthesis under the combined conditions of low temperature and high light Go to
  • Emergence of breeding coloniality Go to
  • Energetics Go to
  • Energy balance in animals and humans Go to
  • Entomology Go to
  • ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Environmental ethics Go to
  • Environmental influence on fish behaviour Go to
  • Environmental management Go to
  • Environmental microbiology (Patterns of succession. PHA accumulation in anaerobic environments) Go to
  • Environmental science/policy interface Go to
  • EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE Go to
  • Epistemology Go to
  • Error thresholds in cancer Go to
  • Ethics Go to
  • Eukaryotic microbiology Go to
  • Evo-devo: comparative work on cichlids, zebrafish, medaka Go to
  • Evolutionary biology Go to
  • EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY Go to
  • Evolutionary biology Go to
  • Evolutionary biology Go to
  • Evolutionary biology Go to
  • Evolutionary Biology Go to
  • Evolutionary biology Go to
  • Evolutionary developmental biology Go to
  • Evolutionary dynamics underlying species diversification Go to
  • Evolutionary ecology Go to
  • EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY Go to
  • Evolutionary Ecology Go to
  • Evolutionary ecology Go to
  • Evolutionary Ecology Go to
  • Evolutionary ecology Go to
  • Evolutionary ecology Go to
  • Evolutionary ecology of plant-animal interactions Go to
  • Evolutionary genetics Go to
  • Evolutionary medicine Go to
  • Evolutionary Physiology Go to
  • Evolution Go to
  • Evolution Go to
  • Evolution Go to
  • EVOLUTION Go to
  • Evolution Go to
  • Evolution Go to
  • Evolution of behaviour Go to
  • Evolution of complex biological networks Go to
  • Evolution of dispersal Go to
  • Evolution of mobile elements, viruses and plasmids Go to
  • EVOLUTION, SYSTEMS BIOLOGY Go to
  • Evolution (with focus on adaptation and phenotypic plasticity) Go to
  • Extracellular membrane vesicles and viral vesicles Go to
  • Extreme climatic events Go to
  • Eye design and evolution Go to
F
  • Farmland biodiversity Go to
  • Fenchel's Law Go to
  • Field biology Go to
  • Fish and fisheries ecology Go to
  • Fish behaviour Go to
  • Fish ecology Go to
  • Fisheries biology Go to
  • Fisheries ecology Go to
  • FISHERIES ECOLOGY Go to
  • Fisheries Go to
  • Fisheries-induced evolution Go to
  • Fisheries management Go to
  • Fisheries oceanography Go to
  • FISHERIES SCIENCE Go to
  • Fisheries Technology to improve fishing gear selectivity and efficiency Go to
  • Fish management (including the study of anthropogenic effects) Go to
  • Food security Go to
  • Food webs Go to
  • Forest ecology Go to
  • Freshwater biology Go to
  • Functional ecology Go to
  • Functional ecology - plant functional trait responses to environment and impacts on ecosystem functioning Go to
  • Functional evolution of ribosomes Go to
  • FUNGAL BIOLOGY AND PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS Go to
  • Fungal biology Go to
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  • Genetic and histogenetic regionalization of the brain in vertebrates Go to
  • Genetic basis of domestication Go to
  • Genetic improvement of cultivated wheats by exploiting wild wheats Go to
  • Genetic regulation of gene expression upon infection Go to
  • Genetics, Ecology Go to
  • Genetics Go to
  • Genetic variation of innate immunity genes Go to
  • Genome diversity Go to
  • Genome evolution Go to
  • Genome evolution Go to
  • Genomic architecture of complex traits Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Geochemistry of early terrestrial fossils Go to
  • GEOMICROBIOLOGY Go to
  • Global biogeochemical cycles with a special emphasis on tropical rainforests Go to
  • Global change biology Go to
  • Global change: climate, land use and biodiversity including invasions Go to
  • Global change ecology Go to
  • Global change factors: climate change, land use changes, plant diversity changes Go to
  • Global change Go to
  • Global change Go to
  • GLOBAL ECOLOGY Go to
  • Group selection theory Go to
H
  • Habitat diversity Go to
  • Harmful algal blooms Go to
  • Historical and regional processes in biota assembly Go to
  • Historical demography Go to
  • Host-microbe interactions Go to
  • Host-parasite coevolution Go to
  • Human Ecology Go to
  • Human evolution Go to
  • Human eye movements Go to
  • Human genome diversity Go to
  • Human genome diversity Go to
I
  • Impact and control of diseases within human and other animal communities Go to
  • Impacts of global environmental change on populations, communities and ecosystems Go to
  • Importance of nongenetic inheritance in evolution Go to
  • Individual based modelling Go to
  • Individual-based models Go to
  • Infectious agents Go to
  • Information in biology in general, and ecology and evolution in particular Go to
  • Insect Go to
  • Insect herbivores Go to
  • Insect populations Go to
  • Insularity Go to
  • Interaction between pathogens and the immune system Go to
  • Interdisciplinary research on ecosystem services Go to
  • Interfacing of neurons and neural circuits with chips Go to
  • Intraspecific phylogeography Go to
  • Invasion biology Go to
  • Invasions Go to
  • Investigation of brain and behaviour of Drosophila Go to
K L
  • Landscape ecology Go to
  • Large scale patterns and processes in ecology Go to
  • Learning and cognitive ability in fish Go to
  • Life history Go to
  • Life-history strategies and effects of early conditions Go to
  • Life history strategies in birds and fish Go to
  • Life-history theory Go to
  • Life history theory Go to
  • Localization of memory traces Go to
  • Local specialisation Go to
  • Long and short term resource allocation trade-offs Go to
M
  • Macroecology Go to
  • Macroevolution Go to
  • Major synthetic evolutionary transitions Go to
  • Mammals and birds` adaptation to the Arctic way of life (circulation, respiration and temperature regulation) in mammals and birds Go to
  • Marine biology Go to
  • MARINE BIOLOGY Go to
  • Marine biology Go to
  • Marine communities Go to
  • Marine ecology Go to
  • MARINE ECOLOGY Go to
  • Marine ecosystem Go to
  • Marine ecosystems Go to
  • Marine Genomics Go to
  • Marine Research Infrastructures Go to
  • Marine resource management and economics Go to
  • Marine systems ecology Go to
  • MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Mathematical biology Go to
  • Mathematical epidemiology Go to
  • Mathematical immunology Go to
  • Mathematical modelling Go to
  • Mechanisms underlying the silent flight of owls Go to
  • Metabolic biochemistry Go to
  • Metabolic diseases Go to
  • Metabolic network evolution Go to
  • Metabolic rate, body condition and foraging modulation in fish Go to
  • (Meta-) Community ecology Go to
  • Methane seep communities Go to
  • Methods of statistical inference in biology Go to
  • MICROBIAL AND ECOSYSTEM ECOLOGY Go to
  • Microbial ecology and physiology Go to
  • Microbial ecology (Interactions among microorganisms and with the environment) Go to
  • Microbial ecology of extreme environments Go to
  • Microbial evolution Go to
  • Microbial physiology (Population gowth. Cell morphogenesis and metabolism. Sulphur cycle) Go to
  • Microbiology Go to
  • Microbiology Go to
  • Microbiology Go to
  • Mid Palaeozoic plant/animal relationships Go to
  • Migration Go to
  • MITOCHONDRIAL BIOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Mitochondrial bioenergertics Go to
  • Modelling in Population Dynamics Go to
  • Molecular adaptation to high temperature, reverse gyrase Go to
  • Molecular Biology Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular biology of Archaea and hyperthermophiles Go to
  • Molecular biology of extremophiles Go to
  • Molecular, cellular, neural and behavioral mechanisms of learning & memor Go to
  • Molecular ecology Go to
  • MOLECULAR ECOLOGY Go to
  • Molecular ecology Go to
  • Molecular Endocrinology Go to
  • Molecular evolution: emphasis on the evolution of gene families (Hox, hedgehog and other developmental genes) Go to
  • Molecular evolution Go to
  • MOLECULAR EVOLUTION Go to
  • Molecular phylogenetics Go to
  • Molecular phylogenetics: particular contributions to fish, amphibians, lungfish-coelacanth, amphibians, reptiles, whales) Go to
  • Molecular phylogeny Go to
  • Moth Go to
  • Motivation Go to
  • Multi-scale spatio-temporal distribution patterns in animals Go to
  • Multi-trophic interactions from DNA barcoding Go to
  • Mycology Go to
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  • National and international research policy and marine research Go to
  • NATURAL PHILOSOPHY Go to
  • Natural variation Go to
  • Neural basis of color vision and olfaction in insects Go to
  • Neural, behavioral, and theoretical basis of spatial hearing and application to robots Go to
  • Neural representation of simple mathematical algorithms Go to
  • NEUROANATOMY Go to
  • Neurobiology and the behavior of the honeybee Go to
  • Neurobiology, biology and “design” of invertebrate sensory systems Go to
  • Neurobiology Go to
  • Neurobiology of invertebrates Go to
  • Neuroembryology and comparative neuromorphology Go to
  • Neuroethology Go to
  • Neuroethology Go to
  • NEUROGENETICS Go to
  • Neuronal nets Go to
  • Neurophysiology and behavioural analysis of insect vision Go to
  • Nitrogen cycle and soil fertility Go to
  • NLR receptor signalling Go to
  • Non-invasive genetic sampling for animal conservation Go to
  • Nutrition Go to
O
  • Obesity Go to
  • Obesity Go to
  • Ocean climate Go to
  • Oceanography Go to
  • Olfaction Go to
  • ORGANISMAL AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY Go to
  • ORGANISMIC BIOLOGY Go to
  • ORGANISMIC & EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY Go to
  • ORGANISMIC EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY Go to
  • Orientation physiology Go to
  • Origin and evolution of life Go to
  • Origin, nature and role of viruses in life evolution Go to
  • Origin of DNA and DNA replication mechanisms Go to
  • Origin of domestic animals Go to
  • Origin of jawed vertebrates Go to
  • Origin of tetrapods Go to
  • ORNITHOLOGY Go to
  • Ornithology Go to
  • Ornithology Go to
  • Ornithology Go to
  • Overexploitation Go to
  • Oxygen free radicals and antioxidants in stressed plants Go to
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  • PALAEOBOTANY Go to
  • Palaeoecology/palaeophysiology Go to
  • Paleoanthropology Go to
  • Palynology of basal embryophytes Go to
  • Pathogen effector triggered immunity Go to
  • Pest management Go to
  • Phage therapy Go to
  • Phenotypic plasticity Go to
  • Philosophy of science at the borders of physics, chemistry, and biology Go to
  • Phylogeography Go to
  • Physical and biological interactions on pelagic ecosystem Go to
  • Physical-biological ocean processes Go to
  • Physical oceanography Go to
  • Physiological changes in plant cells under micronutrient deficiencies Go to
  • Physiological optics Go to
  • Physiology Go to
  • Physiology Go to
  • Physiology of Biomineralization, skeletogenesis, Ion transport, intracellular pH, Organic matrix Go to
  • Physiology of marine organisms, Cnidarians, Corals, sea urchins Go to
  • PHYSIOLOGY & POLAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • Phytoplaankton Go to
  • Plankton dynamics Go to
  • Plankton population dynamics Go to
  • Plant adaptation to drought Go to
  • Plant-animal interaction Go to
  • PLANT & ANIMAL SCIENCES Go to
  • PLANT BIOLOGY Go to
  • Plant biology Go to
  • Plant Developmental Biology Go to
  • Plant disease Go to
  • Plant ecology Go to
  • Plant ecophysiology Go to
  • Plant immunity Go to
  • Plant innate immunity Go to
  • Plant-insect interactions Go to
  • Plant mating systems and reproductive biology Go to
  • PLANT MICROBE INTERACTIONS Go to
  • Plant-microbe interactions Go to
  • Plant microbe interactions Go to
  • PLANT NUTRITION AND PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Plant pathology Go to
  • PLANT PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Plant-soil interactions Go to
  • Polyploidy Go to
  • Population and community ecology Go to
  • Population and evolutionary ecology Go to
  • Population biology Go to
  • Population biology Go to
  • POPULATION BIOLOGY Go to
  • Population biology Go to
  • Population biology Go to
  • Population biology Go to
  • Population biology Go to
  • POPULATION DYNAMICS; CONSERVATION BIOLOGY Go to
  • Population dynamics Go to
  • Population Dynamics Go to
  • Population dynamics Go to
  • Population dynamics Go to
  • Population dynamics Go to
  • Population dynamics of fish populations Go to
  • Population ecology Go to
  • Population ecology Go to
  • Population ecology Go to
  • Population ecology Go to
  • POPULATION GENETICS Go to
  • Population genetics Go to
  • Population genetics Go to
  • Portuguese forests carbon balance Go to
  • Predation Go to
  • Primary processes and photo transduction in the photoreceptors of insects Go to
  • Processes in Mediterranean ecosystems Go to
  • Protocell modelling, synthesis and evolution Go to
Q
  • Quantitative and experimental behavioural ecology Go to
R
  • Reaction norms Go to
  • Reproduction Go to
  • Reproductive epidemiology Go to
  • Response of microbial communities involved in soil N dynamics to global change Go to
  • Riparian ecology Go to
  • Role of differential gene expression patterns Go to
  • Role of initiating activity in operant conditioning Go to
  • Role of social information in breeding habitat decision (habitat selection) Go to
  • Root adaptation mechanisms of plants to mineral nutrient deficiencies Go to
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  • Satellite tracking Go to
  • Science policy Go to
  • Science-policy interface Go to
  • Selective attention Go to
  • Social and economic sciences Go to
  • Social evolution Go to
  • Sociobiology Go to
  • Sociobiology Go to
  • Soil and water conservation Go to
  • Soil biodiversity Go to
  • SOIL ECOLOGY Go to
  • Soil ecology Go to
  • Speciation in island birds Go to
  • Speciation: work on African cichlid fish adaptive radiations, sympatric speciation in Nicaraguan crater lake cichlids Go to
  • Specific metal sequestering Go to
  • Spread and persistence of genotypes within pathogen populations Go to
  • Statistical ecology Go to
  • Statistical methodology Go to
  • Strategies for resource acquisition and life history variation in salmon Go to
  • Stress and adaptation mechanisms in photosynthesis Go to
  • Structure and functioning of deep sea ecosystems Go to
  • Studies of effects of (all year) bird feeding Go to
  • Sustainable management of non-renewable and renewable resources Go to
  • Symbiotic relationships, adaptation to symbiosis, Carbon-concentrating mechanisms, anti-oxydative defence, gene transfer Go to
  • Synthetic ecosystems Go to
  • Systems biology Go to
  • Systems biology Go to
T
  • Taphonomy and fossilisation processes Go to
  • Technological advances for studying wild animal ecology Go to
  • Technology for informing animal conservation Go to
  • Terrestrial ecology and plant eco-physiology Go to
  • The Neanderthal Extinction Go to
  • Theoretical and experimental population dynamics and community ecology Go to
  • Theoretical Ecology Go to
  • Theoretical ecology Go to
  • Theoretical evolutionary biology Go to
  • The use of controlled environment facilities for ecological research Go to
  • Total reconstitution of ribosomes Go to
  • Transcriptional reprogramming Go to
  • Tropical agriculture Go to
  • Tropical biology Go to
  • Tropical botany, and plant systematics Go to
  • Tropical ecology Go to
U
  • Unstable evolutionary dynamics Go to
  • Urban ecology Go to
V
  • Vascular plant phylogeny Go to
  • VERTEBRATE EVOLUTION Go to
  • Vertebrate palaeontology Go to
  • Visual pattern recognition Go to
  • Visual pigments and the ion regulation in the nervous system Go to
  • Visual system Go to
W
  • Welfare of farmed fish Go to
Z
  • Zinc deficiency in cereal crops and human populations Go to
  • ZOOLOGY AND ECOLOGY Go to
  • ZOOLOGY Go to
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