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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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Director CAS Prof Dr Bashir Ahmad, Director of Analysis and Research from PIPRA Dr Monica Alandete-Saez, Dr Nancy from University of California Davis and Dr Asif Ali from UAF also spoke on the occasion.
PIPRA funding, amounting to about $1 million for the first three to five years, is provided by the McKnight Foundation of Minneapolis and the Rockefeller Foundation, N.Y.
Several elements of PIPRA are already under development.
Shunning the conventional academic-industrial model as too restrictive, specifically in the ultra-competitive field of agricultural biotech, a group of schools including Cornell, the University of California, the University of Florida, Michigan State, North Carolina State, Ohio State, Rutgers and the University of Wisconsin, with the funding of private foundations, announced in the July 11 issue of the journal Science the formation of the Public-Sector Intellectual Property Resource for Agriculture (PIPRA).
Diet data included in this study are from 1985 through 1993 (December-April) for six species of understory frugivorous birds: Mionectes oleagineus (Ochre-bellied Flycatcher, Tyrannidae), Pipra mentalis (Red-capped Manakin) and Corapipo leucorrhoa (White-ruffed Manakin, Pipridae), Hylocichla mustelina (Wood Thursh, Muscicapidae: Turdinae), and Chlorothraupis carmioli (Olive Tanager) and Euphonia gouldi (Olive-backed Euphonia, Emberizidae: Thraupinae) (hereafter referred to by genus).
The function was also addressed by Dr Monica Alandete-Saez, Director analysis and outreach PIPRA, Dr David Jefferson, Law and Policy Analysis PIPRA and Dr.