New Arrivals Bulletin AUG-SEP 2010

Please find below a list of NEW monographs and serials we have received in the HQ library during these last two months:

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5888
Haggblade, S.; Hazell, P.B.R. (eds.) International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). 2010. Successes in African agriculture: lessons for the future. Baltimore (USA): The Johns Hopkins University Press. xxiv, 436 p. : ill., maps. ISBN: 978-0-8018-9503-6.
Notes: Published for the International Food Policy Research Institute.

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT * PRODUCTIVITY * CASE STUDIES * AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA

Call No: 338.43 H12
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2 of 14
5889
Lockie, S.; Carpenter, D. 2010. Agriculture, biodiversity and markets : livelihoods and agroecology in comparative perspective. London (UK): Earthscan. xvi, 318 p. : ill., maps. ISBN: 9781844077762.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.

AGROBIODIVERSITY * CONSERVATION * SUSTAINABILITY * ECOLOGY

Call No: 338.43 L79

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3 of 14
5890
Brooks, S.. 2010. Rice biofortification: lessons for global science and development. 1st ed. Pathways to Sustainability Series London (UK): Earthscan Ltd. xiv, 178 p. ISBN: 978-1-84971-100-5.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.

RICE * BREEDING * CROP PRODUCTION * IMPROVEMENT * FOOD SECURITY

Call No: 633.18 B79
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5891
Yadav, S.S.; McNeil, D.L.; Redden, R.; Patil, S.A. (ed.) 2010. Climate change and management of cool season grain legume crops. London (UK): Springer. xix, 460 p. ISBN: 978-90-481-3708-4.

CLIMATIC CHANGE * GRAIN LEGUMES * GRAIN CROPS * ADAPTATION * STRESS

Call No: 551.583 Y2
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5892
Blasi, C. (ed.) 2003. Ecological information in Italy Conoscenze naturalistiche in Italia Rome (IT): Societa Botanica Italiana. 100 p.

FLORA * FAUNA * GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION * ECOLOGY * RESOURCES CONSERVATION * MONITORING * PROTECTED AREAS * ITALY

Call No: 574.9 B56
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5894
Johns, T. 1996. The origins of human diet and medicine: chemical ecology. Arizona studies in human ecology Tucson (USA): The University of Arizona Press. xviii, 356 p., ill., tables. ISBN: 0-8165-1687-1.
Notes: Originally published: With bitter herbs they shall eat it.

ETHNOBOTANY * FOOD SECURITY * PHITOTOXINS * TRADITIONAL MEDICINES * CHEMICAL ECOLOGY

Call No: 613.2 J59
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5895
Etkin, N.L. 2006. Edible medicine: an ethnopharmacology of food. Tucson (US): The University of Arizona Press. 301 p. ISBN: 978-0-8165-2748-9.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.

FEEDING HABITS * NUTRITION * TRADITIONAL MEDICINE * PHARMACOLOGY

Call No: 612.39 E1
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5896
Waelde, C.; MacQueen, H. (eds.) 2007. Intellectual property: the many faces of the public demain. Cheltenham (UK): Edwar Elgar. xviii, 262 p. ISBN: 978-1-84542-874-7.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS * PUBLIC SECTOR * LEGISLATION

Call No: 347.77:63 W12
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5897

Kingsbury, N. 2009. Hybrid : the history and science of plant breeding. Chicago (US): The University of Chicago Press. xiv, 493 p. ISBN: 978-0-226-43704-0.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

PLANT BREEDING * HYBRIDIZATION * HISTORY

Call No: 631.23 K58
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5898
Etkin, N.L. (ed.) 1994. Eating on the wild side : the pharmacologic, ecologic, and social implications of using noncultigens. Arizona studies in human ecology Tucson (USA): University of Arizona Press. viii, 305 p. ISBN: 0816513694.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.

ETHNOBOTANY * WILD PLANTS * FEEDING HABITS * HISTORY

Call No: 614.778 E4
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5899
Perfecto, I.; Vandermeer , J.; Wright, A. 2009. Nature’s matrix : linking agriculture, conservation and food sovereignty. London (UK): Earthscan. x, 242 p. : ill., maps. ISBN: 9781844077823.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.

AGROBIODIVERSITY * CONSERVATION TILLAGE * AGRICULTURE * AGROECOLOGY

Call No: 574.3 P41
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5900
Maurer, L.; Tochtermann, K. (eds.) 2010. Information and communication technologies for biodiversity conservation and agriculture. Aachen (AU): Shaker Verlag. 254 p., maps, ill. ISBN: 978-3-8322-8459-6.

BIODIVERSITY * AGRICULTURE * RESEARCH * INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE * INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICTs)

Call No: 621.39 M44
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5901
Tilahun, S.; Edwards, S. (eds.) 1996. The movement for collective intellectual rights. Addis Ababa (ET): The Institute for Sustainable Development. x+214 p.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS * BIODIVERSITY * BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES

Call No: 347.77 T45
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5902
Hirano, R.; Okubo, M.; Gilani, S.A.; Watanabe, K.N. Plant Genetic Diversity Group; Gene Research Center; University of Tsukuba, Japan; Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Myanmar. 2010. Banana in Myanmar: a preview. Plant Genetic Resources Monograph Series (PGRM) 8. Tokio (JA): Koyu Matuzaka. 43 p. ISBN: 978-4-903242-39-2.

BANANAS * ETHNOBOTANY * CONSERVATION TILLAGE * CULTIVATION

Call No: 634.771 H61

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