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Mutton And Beef Sellers Rule The Roost In Kerala

The avian flu scare has changed the fortunes of the mutton and beef sellers in Kerala, as the chicken sales have been severely hit in the past few days. They are under the process of making some quick bucks as the sales of the red meat have gone up in a dramatic fashion. // The mutton and bee...

Statement by American Legacy Foundation(R): Findings of Decades of Massive Fraud by Tobacco Industry Upheld in U.S. Court of Appeals

...ddicted adults quit. "With this decision, decades of deceptive marketing practices leading to massive disease and death have finally come home to roost for the tobacco industry," said American Legacy Foundation(R) President & CEO Cheryl G. Healton, DrPH. "More than 400,000 Americans lose their liv...

Research on Fruit Bats

...g the flights to the foraging grounds at dusk and the return to the daytime roost at dawn, the animals navigate solely by vision. On moonless nights, fruit b...e densities, and no colour vision. "In our outdoor enclosures, flying foxes roost openly during daytime, whereas the other genera retreat to darkened sleepin...

British Medical Association Plans Collaboration With India

...n medicos to avail of the British Medical Journal and clinical evidence journals. She expressed hope that India's medical science would rule the roost in the world in next two to three decades. "I strongly feel that 20 to 30 years down the line India will be the leader of the world in medical science...

British Medical Association Plans Collaboration With India

...an medicos to avail of the British Medical Journal and clinical evidence journals. She expressed hope that India's medical science would rule the roost in the world in next two to three decades. "I strongly feel that 20 to 30 years down the line India will be the leader of the world in medical science...

Superfoods make super healthy humans??

...perman having enthralled the audience world over it is the turn of super foods. Foods with special nutrients or high level of nutrients are ruling the roost these days.// Tesco has marketed a super tomato which has high levels of Lycopene. The catch is that they are a little expensive if you say that...
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Scientists are learning more about big birds from feathers

...o helped researchers understand more about the roosting habits of some eagles that use a nest for months at a time versus others who float around from roost to roost. Another study showed that DNA could be used to distinguish eagle species from one another, and that imperial, golden and white-tailed eagles...

September Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...l of Geography and Geosciences, University of St Andrews, Irvine Building, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9AL, Scotland, UK. Pages 683-686. Free-tailed bats roost in huge populations in some caves in the southwestern United States. Over thousands of years, they collectively have left deep deposits of guano, once...

Threatened bird species finds home at Western

... Since 1967, the number of chimney swifts in Canada has plummeted by 95 per cent. Chimney swifts are sooty-coloured, swallow-like birds that nest and roost mainly in old, large-diameter, brick-lined chimneys. From late April to early October, sunrise to sunset, chimney swifts fly high in the sky, each eat...

New sucker-footed bat discovered in Madagascar

... found in association with such plants because they can use their suckers to climb and adhere to the leaves' flat, slick surface. They are presumed to roost in the leaves during the day. Myzopoda were considered endangered because of their limited distribution and the notion that the family included o...
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Globalization of biotech industry is a decidedly worldwide phenomenon

...rapidly catching up not only fueled by the growth in Australia but by rapid growth in Japan, China, India and Korea. The U.S. is still king of the roost in terms of publicly traded companies (at least for the moment) with more than 51 percent of this category. This is due to the availability of five...
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