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Improving the Success of Stream Restoration Practices – Revised and Expanded
Final Project Report submitted to the Chesapeake Bay Trust, Annapolis, MD.
Facilitating Community Change: Making Sense of Opportunities, Resources, and Potential
While many Extension professionals recognize the importance of claiming or accepting a role with community change, it can be difficult to navigate the dynamics and prepare for that role. This workshop will outline key ...
The Nature of Us: A Curriculum that Draws Parallels Between Horticulture and Wellbeing
(Virginia Tech, 2020-09-23)
As the global population increases and advances technologically, humans move away from rural living and towards urbanization, resulting in the decline in the amount of green space and connection to nature. American teenagers ...
The Mid-Atlantic Berry Guide for Commercial Growers, 2013-2014
(Penn. St. Univ., 2013)
The Mid-Atlantic Berry Guide is intended to provide information for commercial berry growers within the region. Homeowners may use this publication for background information; however, many of the recommendations contained ...
Effects of Soil Amendments and Other Practices Upon the Success of the Virginia Department of Transportation's Non-Tidal Wetland Mitigation Efforts
(Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research, 2005-06)
Construction of created wetlands to mitigate for highway impacts requires more than $100,000 per ha of impacts. A detailed study of soil, hydrology, and vegetation at 10 recently constructed non-tidal mitigation sites ...
Finding What Is Inaccessible: Antimicrobial Resistance Language Use among the One Health Domains
The success of a One Health approach to combating antimicrobial resistance (AMR) requires effective data sharing across the three One Health domains (human, animal, and environment). To investigate if there are differences ...
Retinoic Acid Exerts Disease Stage-Dependent Effects on Pristane-Induced Lupus
We previously showed that all-trans-retinoic acid (tRA), an active metabolite of vitamin A, exacerbated pre-existing autoimmunity in lupus; however, its effects before the development of autoimmunity are unknown. Here, ...
Institutional and farm-level challenges limiting the diffusion of new varieties from public and CGIAR centers: The case of wheat in Morocco
Low adoption of agricultural technologies slows efforts to increase agricultural productivity and enhance rural livelihoods in developing countries. A large body of literature has sought explanations for the problem, but ...
Gut metabolite S-equol ameliorates hyperexcitability in entorhinal cortex neurons following Theiler murine encephalomyelitis virus-induced acute seizures
Objective A growing body of evidence indicates a potential role for the gut-brain axis as a novel therapeutic target in treating seizures. The present study sought to characterize the gut microbiome in Theiler murine ...
Improved reference genome of the arboviral vector Aedes albopictus
Background The Asian tiger mosquito Aedes albopictus is globally expanding and has become the main vector for human arboviruses in Europe. With limited antiviral drugs and vaccines available, vector control is the primary ...