Pipra


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Noun1.Pipra - type genus of the Pipridae containing the typical manakins
bird genus - a genus of birds
manakin - any of numerous small bright-colored birds of Central America and South America having short bills and elaborate courtship behavior
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Chi-Ham is Director of Biotechnology Resources, PIPRA, Davis; A.
Concretely, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the University of Saskatchewan are both members of PIPRA.
tritaeniorhynchus exposed to malathion thermal fogging Village (District) % mortality * (Range) Pipra Moglan (Gorakhpur) 98.
We were seven still: Johano, Luchjo, Pachjo, Pipra and Venka, Gaja and me.
PIPRA will establish a mechanism for information sharing so that researchers at those institutions can more easily determine what public sector-owned technologies exist, who holds the rights, and if the technology has been licensed, to whom, and under what terms.
The members of PIPRA claim that the number of agricultural technologies closely protected as intellectual property by private companies makes enacting new research difficult or impossible.
Gene-IT, a leader in sequence search for research and IP, today announced that it will provide its flagship GenomeQuest[TM] service to PIPRA, the Public Intellectual Property Resource for Agriculture.
Kushwaha, who is also the JD(U) candidate from Pipra, resigned late Sunday night, alleging a conspiracy against him after the video went viral on YouTube.
Speakers from IFAC, World Bank, CIPFA, SAFA, PIPRA and ICAP are scheduled to address the conference.
Manish Kumar, class VII student of a local private boarding school, was kidnapped by cycle-borne abductors from Pipra block in eastern Bihar's Supaul district while on way to school on July 1 but the incident came to light on Sunday after the victim's family formally registered a case of kidnapping with the police.
Lek behaviour in the Golden-headed Manakin, Pipra erythrocephala, in Trinidad (West Indies).
This kind of work has transformed the lives of adivasis in the area in Ghasipur, Rampur, Lakhikundi, Pipra, Bargachi, Kendua, all searching for alternatives to boost their income, which would typically dry up during the lean seasons in the agricultural cycle.