Unpacking the push-pull system: Assessing the contribution of companion crops along a gradient of landscape complexity The push-pull system, a stimulo-deterrent cropping strategy consisting of intercropping cereals with herbaceous legumes and surrounded by fodder grasses, is presented as a promising crop diversification strategy for smallholder farmers in
Patient education is a key component for the management of many acute and chronic conditions. A review of multiple studies revealed that the emergency room may be an underutilized avenue for patient teaching.
Outcome measures included those from cognitive, affective and psychomotor learning domains. The objective of the study was to review the current methods of teaching in the emergency room and the deterrents to education such as patient anxiety, pain and limited time, along with the outcomes and the effectiveness of teaching interventions utilized.
In some cases multiple teaching methods was required. Cognitive learning was measured to assess recall and comprehension. Affective learning was tested using open discussion and knowledge tests.
The satisfaction with teaching was also measured.
Psychomotor outcomes where measured by utilizing return demonstration of teaching, for example how to correctly use an inhaler, monitor blood sugars, etc. Cognitive and affective learning goals where the most commonly reported outcome measures while only a small portion of interventions focused on psycho-motor skills due to time-constraints in the emergency room.
Most interventions used multiple teaching methods with the most effective being written materials.This study was aimed to analyze the S.S.C Biology Question Papers on Bloom’s Taxonomy conducted by Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Bannu during year For this particular study document analysis consist of all question papers of Biology.
Research Paper Conserved chemosensory proteins in the proboscis and eyes of Lepidoptera Jiao Zhu1 *, Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. Butterflies Papilio machaon and Pieris rapaewere collected in the campus of China Agricultural University, Beijing.
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Searches were performed allowing: (i) up to. The novelist published dozens of papers on taxonomy and named multiple species of butterfly – classifications finally confirmed by gene analysis in As a regional co-ordinator in the Butterflies for the New Millennium recording scheme he has studied the butterflies around Manchester, U.K.
in great detail and is the author of Butterflies of Greater Manchester, and is author or co-author of around fifty scientific papers on butterfly ecology. on the Lepidoptera Volume 41 () Cover: adults of Janthecla Robbins & Venables, dorsal (top) and ventral wing surfaces.
For butterflies to be efficient foragers, they need to be able to recognize rewarding flowers. Flower signals such as colours and scents assist this recognition process. For plant species to attract and keep butterflies as pollinators, species-specific floral signals are .