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If you're attending Entomology 2014, take advantage of the opportunity to meet the dedicated books and journals editorial group at booth 414.
Here are ten reasons you should visit Elsevier booth 414 during Entomology 2014.
Take a look inside Crop Physiology with a chapter on improving grain quality using tools that will aid in developing management and breeding strategies.
Stop by booth 1032 at ASA, CSSA & SSSA 2014 to meet the dedicated books and journals editorial team from Elsevier.
Here are the top ten reasons you should stop by Elsevier booth 1032 during the ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2014 Annual Meeting.
Author Colin Scanes suggests that the biology of birds and dinosaurs is the underlying factor allowing for their success.
Author Colin Scanes suggests the biology of chickens and other poultry species is the underlying factor allowing the growth of production and consumption.
There is increasing scientific evidence that birds have a sixth sense, magnetoreception, and hence the ability to glean the correct directions to fly.
In honor of pioneering plant chemist, Percy Lavon Julian's birthday anniversary, read a free chapter about medicinal plants use for cancer treatment.
Behavioural ecologist Guy Beauchamp discusses a why animals live in groups, a hotly debated topic in animal behaviour.