Becard


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n.1.(Zool.) A South American bird of the flycatcher family. (Tityra inquisetor).
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The deal, which is worth APS56 million (approximately N26billion), will leverage British technology to keep Nigeria's commuters on the move through the launch of three products developed exclusively for the Nigerian market - the BeCard, the BeVal and the BeReader, with scope to expand this offer throughout Africa.
Masius chrysopterus Golden-winged Manakin S TITYRIDAE, Becard 184.
Assim, a partir da eleicao do presidente Lula o pais passa a adotar o universalismo diplomatico em lugar do anterior engajamento preferencial com o Norte geopolitico, alem de defender a maior distribuicao de poder internacional (BECARD, 2009).
Esta dicotomia entre las respuestas de crecimiento y germinacion puede deberse a la introduccion de patogenos junto con las esporas de las micorrizas, los cuales podrian actuar como antagonistas para el proceso de germinacion (Varga, 2015), incluso posiblemente los exudados de las micorrizas, en vez de beneficiar a la germinacion, la supriman, como se ha registrado para plantas parasitas (Louarn, Carbonne, Dela-vault, Becard y Rochange, 2012).
Works by Gallagher and Porzecanski (2010), Fornes and Butt-Philip (2011), Jenkins and de Freitas Barbosa (2012), Gonzalez-Vicente (2012), Becard (2013), and Kotschwar (2014), and Guilhon Albuquerque and Lima's article in this special issue make clear that rising COFDI in Latin America gives rise to a variety of potential economic problems.
A respeito da integracao regional da qual logramos com o governo de FHC podemos citar: a superacao da crise de desconfianca do MERCOSUL (10); a criacao, em 2000, da proposta da Iniciativa da Integracao da Infraestrutura Regional Sul-Americana (IIRSA); o protocolo de Olivos para o melhoramento da solucao de controversias do MERCOSUL e o lancamento do Tratado de Cooperacao Amazonica em 2002 (BECARD, 2009, p.130).
Cultivation techniques based on Agrobacterium rhizogenes-transformed roots and untransformed roots provide the establishment of the AMF in vitro (BECARD; FORTIN, 1988; ADHOLEYA et al., 2005; IJDO et al., 2011).