Cotula


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Related to Cotula: Cotula coronopifolia
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Noun1.Cotula - cosmopolitan herbs especially southern hemisphereCotula - cosmopolitan herbs especially southern hemisphere; many used as ground covers
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
aster family, Asteraceae, Compositae, family Asteraceae, family Compositae - plants with heads composed of many florets: aster; daisy; dandelion; goldenrod; marigold; lettuces; ragweed; sunflower; thistle; zinnia
brass buttons, Cotula coronopifolia - South African herb with golden-yellow globose flower heads; naturalized in moist areas along coast of California; cultivated as an ornamental
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Cotula (2012b, 208) pinpointed the rise of bilateral investment treaties (BITs) since the mid-1990s as the foundation for the development of international laws engendering the recent wave of transnational farmland investment.
The six main local plant species that we have found and which can act against scorpion envenomations are: Hammada scoparia with a percentage of 74%; Artemisia herba-alba with 8%; Cotula cinerea and Citrullus colocynthis at 6%, Artemisia arborescens with 4% and Nicotiana tabacum with 2%; belonging to four botanical families (Table 1).
Lorenzo Cotula, "Tackling the Trade Law Dimension of 'Land Grabbing,'" International Institute for Environment and Development (blog), 14 November 2013, http://www.
uniform, Cotula mexicana y Halerpes exilis, cabe destacar que se las agrupo dentro de la misma forma de vida por su escasa cobertura.
Lorenzo Cotula, Reconciling Regulatory Stability and Evolution of Environmental Standards in Investment Contracts: Towards a Rethink of Stabilization Clauses, l J.
Peasant Studies 469; Lorenzo Cotula, "The International Political
IFC report]; Lorenzo Cotula, Pushing the Boundaries vs Striking a Balance: The Scope and Interpretation of Stabilization Clauses in Light of the Duke v.
Cotula (2010) points out joint ventures tend to give the host country greater opportunities for technology transfers, when compared with concessions and profit sharing agreements.
Cotula L, Camilla T and Q Julian "Better Land Access for the Rural Poor: Lessons from Experience and Challenges Ahead (IIED, FAO), 2006.
Cotula (2012) precisa, sin embargo, que estos procesos de <<acaparamiento>> de tierras, conocidos en la literatura en ingles como land grabbing, no solo fueron determinados por la dinamica de los mercados globales anteriormente descrita, sino tambien por las politicas de los paises arriba mencionados.