*  Triatoma infestans
triatoma infestans triatoma infestans right ... px dorsal view of triatoma infestans triatoma infestans ... benchuca as being triatoma infestans see also triatominae...
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*  Triatoma protracta
triatoma protracta triatoma protracta triatoma protracta commonly called western ... described in es triatoma infestans...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triatoma_protracta
*  Triatoma gerstaeckeri
Triatoma_gerstaeckeri Triatoma_gerstaeckeri. ''Triatoma gerstaeckeri'' is an arthropod in the ... Web." ADW: Triatoma Gerstaeckeri: CLASSIFICATION. Web. 24...
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*  Triatoma indictiva
Triatoma_indictiva Triatoma_indictiva. '''''Triatoma indictiva ... cruzi ''. ''Triatoma indictiva'' is found in Mexico and ... Web. 04 Nov. "Genus Triatoma - Bloodsucking Conenoses." Welcome to...
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*  PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases: Evaluation of Spatially Targeted Strategies to Control Non-Domicil
Non-Domiciliated Triatoma dimidiata Vector of Chagas Disease. ... Non-Domiciliated Triatoma dimidiata Vector of Chagas Disease...
http://plosntds.org/article/related/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pntd.0001045&imageURI=info:doi/10.1371/journal.pntd.0001045.g006
*  Trypanosoma triatomae: Definition with Trypanosoma triatomae Pictures and Photos
Trypanosoma triatomae: Definition with Trypanosoma triatomae ... of Trypanosoma triatomae 1. The agent of south american ... 1998. Trypanosoma Triatomae Pictures. Click the following link...
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*  List of diseases caused by insects
' Disease spread by Triatoma bugs or epidemic typhus spread by human...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_diseases_caused_by_insects
*  Disease Vectors and Parasites
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*  List of human parasitic diseases
tick triatoma tsetse fly antiparasitic drugs...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_human_parasitic_diseases
*  PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases: Phylogeography and Genetic Variation of Triatoma dimidiata, the Ma
Variation of Triatoma dimidiata, the Main Chagas Disease ... within the Genus Triatoma. . Advertisement. plos.org. create ... Variation of Triatoma dimidiata , the Main Chagas Disease...
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*  Triatoma dimidiata
triatoma dimidiata triatoma dimidiata triatoma dimidiata is a blood sucking insect whose range extends from northern south america colombia venezuela ecuador and peru throughout all the countries of central america and into southern mexico it is among the most important carriers of trypanosoma cruzi the flagellate protozoa that causes chagas disease dimidiata has been found in rock piles caves occupied by bats hollow trees occupied by mammals or birds and other diverse ecotopes however their presence in human abodes is usually happenstance people tend to bring them indoors with their firewood when in the nymph form they may camouflage themselves from predators by scraping dust over their dorsal abdomen a behavior also observed in t phyllosoma t nigromaculata panstrongylus geniculatus p megistus and p herreri nymphs references zeledón r el triatoma dimidiata latreille y su relación con la enfermedad de chagas editorial universidad estatal a distancia costa rica category reduviidae category biting insects categ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triatoma_dimidiata
*  Triatoma nigromaculata
triatoma nigromaculata triatoma nigromaculata triatoma nigromaculata is a sylvatic species of insect usually found in hollow trees in vertebrate nests on trees and occasionally in human dwellings it usually lives in relatively humid forests at high altitudes on mountain regions and foot hills to m above sea level as all members of the subfamily triatominae t nigromaculata is a blood sucking bug and a potential vector of chagas disease this species is distributed mainly in venezuela aragua barinas bolívar cojedes delta amacuro distrito capital lara mérida monagas portuguesa sucre and yaracuy but some specimens have also been found in perú and colombia cauca references añez n crisante g rojas a néstor d silverio d lizano e superlano y aldana e domiciliación de triatoma nigromaculata de la región montana del sur de mérida venezuela boletín de malariología y salud ambiental vol xlv nº heger t adaptations comportementales et importances des conditions microclimatiques chez deux espèces de triatominae hemiptera red...
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*  Triatoma brasiliensis
Triatoma brasiliensis Triatoma brasiliensis. ' Triatoma brasiliensis' Neiva, 1911 is now considered the most important Chagas disease vector in the semiarid areas of northeastern Brazil. Costa J, Peterson AT, Beard CB 2002 Ecologic niche modeling and differentiation of populations of 'Triatoma brasiliensis' Neiva, 1911, the most important Chagas' disease vector in northeastern Brazil hemiptera, reduviidae, triatominae. This species of Kissing Bug has the greatest potential to spread Chaga's disease due to its distribution over large areas where numerous people reside. brasiliensis' also has the greatest potential to colonize new areas and spread throughout northeastern parts of Brazil. brasiliensis' becomes infected with 'Trypanosoma cruzi' when they feed on infected hosts such as humans, dogs, cats, and other mammals. It is not known how long the adults can survive in the wild but an infected bug can serve as a vector for up to three years. Control. The current control method of Chaga's disease is to control...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triatoma_brasiliensis
*  Triatoma juazeirensis
triatoma juazeirensis triatoma juazeirensis triatoma juazeirensis is an assassin bug a newly described chagas disease vector which occurs in the state of bahia brazil it is found in natural and artificial environments infesting mainly the peridomiciliary areas but it may also colonize the intradomicile t juazeirensis can be distinguished from the other members of the brasiliensis complex by its entire dark pronotum and legs references costa j felix m triatoma juazeirensis sp nov from the state of bahia northeastern brazil hemiptera reduviidae triatominae memórias do instituto oswaldo cruz lent h wygodzinsky p revision of the triatominae hemiptera reduviidae and their significance as vectors of chagas disease bull am mus nat hist category reduviidae category biting insects category insect vectors of human pathogens...
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*  Triatoma melanica
triatoma melanica triatoma melanica triatoma melanica is a hematophagous insect a chagas disease vector included in the triatominae group it occurs in the north of minas gerais state brazil and is found almost exclusively in silvatic environment however sporadically it may also invade houses t melanica was originally described as triatoma brasiliensis melanica neiva lent recently it was redescribed with a new specific status due to its distinct morphology genetics and biogeographic characteristics references category reduviidae category biting insects category insect vectors of human pathogens category insects described in...
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*  Ecohealth interventions limit triatomine reinfestation following insecticide spraying in La Brea, Guatemala http://idl-bnc.idrc.ca:8080/dspace/handle/10625/50868 Title: Ecohealth interventions limit triatomine reinfestation following insecticide spraying
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*  Triatoma sanguisuga
triatoma sanguisuga triatoma sanguisuga triatoma sanguisuga also known as the eastern bloodsucking conenose or the mexican bed bug university of texas austin is an insect of the triatominae subfamily known as kissing bugs like other species in this subfamily t sanguisuga is known to bite and feed off of humans at the mouth during sleep this bite is painful and can cause adverse effects such as swelling feelings of faintness nausea and vomiting in the article assassin bug encyclopædia britannica t sanguisuga is found throughout north america particularly in the american south north carolina south carolina georgia as well as in portions of south america they are generally about cm long and brown or black with an alternating pattern of brown black and red orange stripes around the abdomen they are wing ed and have kinked antennae and a slender proboscis used for feeding t sanguisuga is a known carrier of t cruzi and therefore is a vector for transmission of chagas disease to humans however because the disease is...
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*  Triatoma carrioni
triatoma carrioni triatoma carrioni triatoma carrioni is a blood sucking bug and probably vector of the flagellate protozoa n that causes chaga s disease it was discovered by f larrousse in type national museum of natural history smithsonian institution washington dc paratype m fiocruz rio de janeiro type locality loja province ecuador distribution south ecuador north peru biology silvatic rodent nests and opossum lodges also peridomestic and occasionally in houses note spanish name chinche de caballo references category insect vectors of human pathogens category reduviidae...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triatoma_carrioni
*  Triatoma rubrovaria
'Triatoma rubrovaria' is an insect which is ubiquitous in Uruguay, in neighboring parts of northeastern Argentina, and in the southern states of Paraná and Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil. This species of triatomine is found mainly among exfoliate rocks known as 'pedregales'. In Rio Grande do Sul, data from the Chagas disease Control Program have indicated an increasing of domiciliary and peridomiciliary invasion of 'T. rubrovaria', where it has become the most frequently triatomine species captured in that State since the control of ' T. Almeida CE, Duarte R, Pacheco RS, Costa J 2002a. 'Triatoma rubrovaria' Blanchard, 1843 Hemiptera-Reduviidae-Triatominae II: trophic resources and ecological observations of five populations collected in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz 97: 1127-1131 Almeida CE, Francischetti CN, Pacheco RS, Costa J 2003 'Triatoma rubrovaria' Blanchard, 1843 Hemiptera-Reduviidae-Triatominae III: patterns of feeding, defecation and resistance to starvation. Mem Inst Os...
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*  Edmund Blanchard
Edmund Blanchard Edmund Blanchard. 'Edmund Blanchard' c.1824 December 27, 1886 was a lawyer and prominent businessman in Centre County, Pennsylvania. The son of John Blanchard and Mary Miles, Blanchard was born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania and educated at Dartmouth College. Blanchard & Blanchard's clients included the Bellefonte and Snowshoe Railroad and the Bald Eagle Valley Railroad. This company was reorganized as the Bald Eagle Valley Railroad, of which he served as treasurer. Blanchard's history with these lines put him on good terms with Pennsylvania Railroad officials, who financed the Bald Eagle Valley and later took control of both that railroad and the Bellefonte & Snowshoe. Roberts of the PRR to build a branch from Bellefonte to the iron ore deposits at Scotia. Blanchard and his associates saw the line as key to cutting transportation costs to bring ore to the blast furnace s at Bellefonte, and hired Samuel Brugger to survey a route from Bellefonte to Scotia, with a branch to State College. However,...
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*  Valentine Blanchard
valentine blanchard valentine blanchard thumb right valentine blanchard photographer valentine blanchard november was a prominent english photographer who was widely recognized for his artistic and technical contributions in the early days of photography in the s both his landscape and his portrait photography were highly valued by the public commanding high prices and selling well he was much appreciated by his peers for the technical innovations he pioneered in photographic processes blanchard was born in wisbech cambridgeshire according to bill jay blanchard took stereoscopic pictures cartes de visite quality portraits instantaneous views and art studies in platinum he died in meadow lea herne common near canterbury references external links a biography of about words originally published in the british journal of photography and february see also stereoscope collodion process category births category deaths category people from wisbech category english photographers...
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*  Galerina patagonica
galerina patagonica galerina patagonica galerina patagonica is a species of agaric fungus in the family hymenogastraceae first described by mycologist rolf singer in it has a gondwana n distribution and is found in australia new zealand and patagonia south america where it grows on rotting wood the fungus contains a laccase enzyme that has been investigated for possible used in bioremediation of chlorophenol polluted environments references external links category strophariaceae category fungi described in category fungi of australia category fungi of new zealand category fungi of south america...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galerina_patagonica
*  Fananserin
Fananserin Fananserin. {{Drugbox Verifiedfields = changed verifiedrevid = 449580698 IUPAC name = 2- 3- 4- p-Fluorophenyl -1-piperazinyl propyl -2H-naphth 1,8-cd isothiazole 1,1-dioxide image = Fananserin.svg width = 240. tradename =. pregnancy AU = pregnancy US = pregnancy category =. legal AU = legal CA =. legal UK =. legal US =. legal status =. routes of administration =. bioavailability =. excretion =. IUPHAR ligand = 5434 CAS number Ref =. CAS number = 127625-29-0 ATC prefix = none ATC suffix =. 'Fananserin' 'RP-62203' is a drug which acts as a potent antagonist at both the 5HT 2A. receptor, Malleron JL, Comte MT, Gueremy C, Peyronel JF, Truchon A, Blanchard JC, Doble A, Piot O, Zundel JL, Huon C, et al. Naphthosultam derivatives: a new class of potent and selective 5-HT2 antagonists. PMID 1908521 and the Dopamine D 4 receptor, Heuillet E, Petitet F, Mignani S, Malleron JL, Lavayre J, Néliat G, Doble A, Blanchard JC. The naphtosultam derivative RP 62203 fananserin has high affinity for the dopamine D4 rec...
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*  Chagas disease
Chagas disease Chagas disease. After 8–12 weeks, individuals enter the chronic phase of disease and in 60–70% it never produces further symptoms. cruzi' in the blood. File:Heart pathology Chagas disease.JPG|thumb|Large scale anatomy of a heart that has been damaged by chronic Chagas disease – see also: Chagas heart, radiology The human disease occurs in two stages: an acute stage, which occurs shortly after an initial infection, and a chronic stage that develops over many years. Of individuals with chronic Chagas disease, 60–80% will never develop symptoms called 'indeterminate' chronic Chagas disease, while the remaining 20–40% will develop life-threatening heart and/or digestive disorders during their lifetime called 'determinate' chronic Chagas disease. The symptomatic determinate chronic stage affects the nervous system, digestive system and heart. In Chagas-endemic areas, the main mode of transmission is through an insect vector called a triatomine bug. See also: Life cycle and transmission of 'T. Blood ...
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*  Search Results for "Moving image" "American trypanosomiasis : Chagas' disease"
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*  CDC - Chagas Disease - Publications
CDC - Chagas Disease - Publications. Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to navigation Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options. Parasites - American Trypanosomiasis also known as Chagas Disease. Blood Donor Screening for Chagas Disease — United States, 2006--2007 February 23, 2007 / 56 07 ; 141-143. Chagas Disease After Organ Transplantation — United States, 2001 March 15, 2002 / 51 10 ;210-212. Neglected Parasitic Infections in the United States: Chagas Susan P. 12 The United States Trypanosoma cruzi Infection Study: Evidence for Vector-borne Transmission of the Parasite That Causes Chagas Disease Among United States Blood Donors Cantey PT, Stramer SL, Townsend RL, Kamel H, Ofafa K, Todd CW, Currier M, Hand S, Varnado W, Dotson E, Hall C, Jett PL, Montgomery SP Transfusion, March 8, 2012, Published Online Trypanosoma cruzi and Chagas' disease in the United States Bern C, Kjos S, Yabsley MJ, Montgomery SP Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 2011, Vol. S., Bern, C....
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*  Chagas: Time to Treat campaign
Chagas: Time to Treat campaign Chagas: Time to Treat campaign. thumb|right|Logo The 'Chagas: Time to Treat Campaign' is an international campaign started by the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative to advocate for increased research and development of treatments for Chagas disease. DNDi 's Time to Treat campaign is pushing for increased political interest in new treatments for Chagas disease, increased public awareness of the disease and treatment limitations and increased public and private investment in R&D. The disease Current treatments R&D funding Treatment needs References External links. What patients urgently need are affordable, safe, and efficacious diagnostics tools and treatments for children and adults as well as a drug that treats both stages of Chagas. 1996 Randomised trial of efficacy of benznidazole in treatment of early Trypanosoma cruzi infection. Ribeiro I, Sevcsik A-M, Alves F, Diap G, Don R, et al. 2009 New, Improved Treatments for Chagas Disease: From the R&D Pipeline to the Patients...
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*  Chagas disease skin
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*  Dipetalogaster
dipetalogaster dipetalogaster dipetalogaster a genus of triatominae the kissing bugs has only a single species dipetalogaster maxima which is found in the mexican state of baja california sur the blood sucking dipetalogaster live in crevices in the rocks and feed on lizards dipetalogaster is routinely infected by the chagas disease parasite trypanosoma cruzi notes references category reduviidae category monotypic hemiptera genera...
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*  Mepraia
mepraia mepraia mepraia is a genus in the subfamily triatominae endemic of chile and vector of chagas disease currently this genus contains species mepraia spinolai porter mepraia gajardoi frías henry gonzález and mepraia parapatrica frías references category reduviidae...
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*  Animal Legends Flicks Fly Repellent 16oz - Animal Legends 5060 - Fly Control Concentrates - Fly & In
Animal Legends Flicks Fly Repellent 16oz - Animal Legends 5060 - Fly Control Concentrates - Fly Insect Control - Calvins Equine. Home > Fly Insect Control > Fly Control Concentrates > Animal Legends Flicks Fly Repellent 16oz. Animal Legends Flicks Fly Repellent 16oz. Add to cart. In Stock - Ships the next business day. No restocking fees on return. All natural, biodegradable spray Contains essential oils to condition the coat and help skin conditions Pesticides or insecticides free Size: 16 Ounce Ingredients: Contains A Blend Of Lanolin, Cedarwood Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Peppermint Oil, Cajeput Oil, And Pennyroyal This item cannot be shipped to the following states: MI. Related products Farnam Nature Defense Concentrate Quart. Animal Legends Flicks Fly Repellent 16oz. Equicare Flysect Super C Concentrate Qt. Pyranha Spray N Wipe 1 Gallon. Farnam Repel-X Pe Emulsifiable Fly Spray Concentrate 1 Quart. Farnam Repel-X Pe Emulsifiable Fly Spray Concentrate 1 Pint. Farnam Repel-X Pe Emulsifiable Fly Sp...
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*  QuickBayt Fly Bait 350g Fly Control Imidacloprid | ePest Solutions
QuickBayt Fly Bait 350g Fly Control Imidacloprid. Customer Service. Shop by Pest. Beelte Control Products. Fly and flies. Best Mole Control Products. Silverfish control products. Home ❯ Shop by Product ❯ Flies ❯ QuickBayt Fly Bait 350g Fly Control Imidacloprid. QuickBayt Fly Bait controls nuisance flies in or around livestock production facilities, poultry houses and horse stables. Use in bait stations or mix with water and paint surfaces where flies congregate. Starts killing nuisance flies in as little as 60 seconds Its red pellets contain two fly attractants to lure flies Fast acting, effective, convenient and versatile Contains Bitrex , a bitter substance to help prevent accidental ingestion by children and animals Kills flies resistant to organophosphates and carbamates Ready to use as scatter bait, but also easy to use in bait stations or as a paint-on Use indoors or outdoors. How to apply QuickBayt Fly Bait 1.Scatter in areas where house fly numbers are excessive or where house fly...
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*  Fly Control, Insecticides
Fly Control, Insecticides. JavaScript seem to be disabled in your browser. My Cart. Products. Kid Raising. Feeding Kids Caprine-Style. Other Kid-Feeding Equipment. Kid Management. Goat Management. General Management. Products. Feeding. Watering. Barn. Fly Control and Insecticides. Large Equipment. Milking. Daily Milking Products. Cleaning Up Milking Equipment. Milking Machines. Milking Machine Components. Cow Milking Equipment. Breeding. General Breeding Products. Products. Health. Health Kits. Veterinary Supplies. Veterinary Equipment. Anti-Stress Products. Equipment for Shows. Grooming and Supplies for Shows. Cheesemaking. Cheesemaking Kits. Supplies and Equipment. Books and DVDs. Working Goats. Books. Health Books. Goat Husbandry Books. Rural Living Books. Books for Children. Magazines and DVDs. Gifts. Gifts for Children. Promotional Gifts. Kits and Sets Save You Money. New Products. Basic Feeding. Disbudding Kids. Goat Health Facts. Lice. Milking Machines. Raising Kids. Raising Kids on Pasteurized Milk. R...
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*  Dusting
dusting dusting dusting may refer to clearing away house dust crop dusting the aerial application of fertilizers pesticides etc dusting a colloquial term for using pressurized dust clearing spray as an intoxicative inhalant dusting a bird...
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*  Category:NOx control
category nox control category nox control this category is for articles related to nox oxides of nitrogen control techniques and systems category air pollution control systems...
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*  Pnigomantis medioconstricta
Pnigomantis medioconstricta Pnigomantis medioconstricta. 'Pnigomantis medioconstricta' common name 'Indonesian double shield mantis' or 'double shield mantis' are the only species in the genus ' Pnigomantis ' of mantis of the family Mantidae. Description Range Captivity Additional Images. Adult males are about 79 millimeters in length while adult females are about 86 to 89 millimeters in length. The coloration is highly variable, and seemingly not related to environmental conditions. The characteristic "double shield" appears roughly after the fifth instar, females have nine instars, while males have eight. 'Pnigomantis medioconstricta' are endemic to the island of Flores off of Indonesia. 'Pnigomantis medioconstricta' are kept in captivity. Breeding this species can be a slight challenge due to females being highly aggressive and the smaller number of males per ootheca. First instar nymphs readily take 'Drosophila hydei' fruit flies, and graduate to much larger prey as they near adult. File:1238537 orig.jpg|...
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*  Ukiah Valley, California
ukiah valley california ukiah valley california ukiah valley is a valley located in mendocino county california united states it contains the mendocino county seat of ukiah it also is home to the unincorporated towns of redwood valley calpella potter valley and talmage lake mendocino and the headwaters of the russian river are located in the greater ukiah valley while part of the greater ukiah area willits is located to the north of the ukiah valley in little lake valley part of the eel river drainage basin linguistically ukiah valley is redundant ukiah comes from words in the language of the pomo people meaning south valley references category landforms of mendocino county california category valleys of california...
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*  Island Mountain
map = California map caption = Location in California map size = 200 label position = right listing =. location = Trinity County, California, U.S. It was mined for sulfur metal deposits during the first half of the 20th century and was the final obstacle in the construction of a railroad line to Eureka, California in 1914. The name is applied to the range, the peak, a populated place and an abandoned railroad station, tunnel and bridge all but the first located within the S-bend of the Eel River which gave the peak its name. Geography Railroad history Mining history Populated place References External links. Island Mountain is named peak. 3 in the Island Mountain range which covers an area from Mendocino County into Trinity County. The highest point of this range, and its official centroid, is a benchmark called "South Peak" on the unnamed tallest point which is in Mendocino County. Due to the resistance of the rock to erosion, the Eel River makes an abrupt "S" curve around Island Mountain in its otherwise no...
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*  Confusion Hill Bridges
Confusion Hill Bridges Confusion Hill Bridges. {{Infobox Bridge bridge name= Confusion Hill Bridges image= Confusion Hill South.jpg caption= The south span of the bridge nearing completion, looking southwestwards from near Highway 101 official name= Elizabeth Jane Rosewarne Bridge/Mignon Stoddard Lilley Bridge carries= Two lanes of |crosses= South Fork Eel River |locale= Mendocino County, California |maint= Caltrans |design= Closed-spandrel beam bridge north, cantilever bridge south |material = Concrete, steel spans = 3 north, 3 south |mainspan= |length= 531ft north bridge and 1395ft south bridge |width= 43ft both bridges height= 140ft north bridge, 253ft south bridge |traffic= |complete=November 2008 north bridge, July 2009 south bridge |closed= |coordinates=. 'Confusion Hill Realignment', 'Confusion Hill Bypass' or 'South Fork Eel River Bridges' are a pair of high bridges carrying two lanes of U.S. Route 101 over the South Fork Eel River in Mendocino County in the U.S. The north bridge was begun on July 26,...
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*  Otobius megnini
Otobius megnini Otobius megnini. 'Otobius megnini', also known as the 'spinose ear tick', is a soft-bodied tick that is only parasitic in the larva l and nymphal stages. As its common name suggests, the spinose ear tick's parasitic forms are usually found within the ears of the definitive host. This tick has a worldwide distribution, with common hosts that include horses, cattle, sheep, goats, and dogs. 3 Importance Anatomy Habitat Life cycle References. Spinose ear ticks are a constant source of annoyance and irritation for their definitive hosts. Their tendency to occur in large numbers can cause ulcer ation of the inner ear, high sensitivity of the ears, large amounts of blood loss, and even deafness. Anatomy. As with many soft ticks, the mouthparts of 'O. Habitat. Larvae and nymphs usually remain within the ears of their host. Fully grown nymphs and adults live off the host, but still within the host's general environment. Life cycle. megnini' has a single host life cycle in which the larvae and nymphs re...
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*  Ixodes pacificus
ixodes pacificus ixodes pacificus ixodes pacificus the western black legged tick is a species of ixodes a parasitic tick found on the western coast of north america it is the principal vector of lyme disease in that region references category ticks...
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*  Piazza della Repubblica, Rome
Piazza della Repubblica, Rome Piazza della Repubblica, Rome. thumb|200px|Aerial view of the Piazza thumb|200px|right|The Fountain of the Naiads on Piazza della Repubblica 'Piazza della Repubblica' is a semi-circular piazza in Rome, at the summit of the Viminal Hill, next to the Termini station. On it is to be found Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri. It is served by the Repubblica – Teatro dell'Opera Metro station. From the square starts one of the main streets of Rome, Via Nazionale. The former name of the piazza, 'Piazza dell'Esedra', still very common today, originates in the large exedra of the baths of Diocletian, which gives the piazza its shape. The porticos around the piazza, built in 1887–98 by Gaetano Koch, were in memory of the ancient buildings on the same sites, while the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri on the piazza is based on a wing of the baths with its architect Michelangelo, using the tepidarium as one of the wings of its spacious Greek cross plan. Fountain of the Nai...
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*  49 Or, "which are now attributed to Novius." Novius was a writer of that kind of farce called "Atellanae favulae;" and one of his farces - or one attributed to him in Tertullian's day - was called "The Fullers.". 50 i.e., cynical; comp. 51 i.e., Domitian,
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*  Rachel Binah
rachel binah rachel binah infobox person name rachel binah image alt caption birth name birth date birth place san francisco california united states death date death place nationality american residence little river california other names known for occupation community activist rachel binah born is an american environmental and community activist binah was one of many in the mendcocino coastal communities who helped to organize the final hearing in of lease sale by the minerals management service of the department of the interior in fort bragg california to protest against offshore oil development off the north coast of california upwards of people it is thought that as many as attended the federal hearing with volunteering to testify binah has also served as chair emeritus of the california democratic party s environmental caucus and the democratic national committee committeewoman aside from environmental concerns binah is also interested in health care spearheaded by her father suffering from alzheimer s ...
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*  Dry-Fly Fishing in Theory and Practice
Dry-Fly Fishing in Theory and Practice Dry-Fly Fishing in Theory and Practice. thumb|left|250px|Plate XIV – Where to Cast. Chapters 3-5 go into great detail about how, when and where to cast the dry fly on the typical chalk stream. Chapter I – The Dry-Fly Fisherman's Gear Chapter II – Floating Flies and Sunk Flies Chapter III – How to Cast Chapter IV – Where to Cast Chapter V – When to Cast Chapter VI – Studies of Fish Feeding Chapter VII – Circumstances Affecting the Angler's Sport Chapter VIII – Selection of Fly Chapter IX – Evening Fishing Chapter X – Hooking, Playing and Landing Chapter XI – Autopsy Chapter XII – Trout or Grayling. Frontispiece – Landing a Trout Plate I – Grip of the Rod Plate II – Over-handed Cast-Backward Position Plate III – Over-handed Cast-Coming Forward Plate IV – Over-handed Cast-Forward Position Plate V – Downward Cut-Forward Position Plate VI – Under-handed Cast-Backward Position Plate VII – Under-handed Cast-Coming Forward Plate VIII – Under-handed Cast-Forward Position Plate IX...
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*  Firebrat
firebrat firebrat the firebrat thermobia domestica sometimes listed as thermophila furnorum is a small insect typically cm similar to the silverfish both in the order thysanura firebrats prefer higher temperatures and require some humidity and can be found in bakeries and near boilers or furnaces they feed on a wide variety of carbohydrates and starches that are also protein sources such as dog food flour and book binding s they are distributed throughout most parts of the world and are normally found outdoors under rocks leaf litter and in similar environments but are also often found indoors where they are considered pests they do not cause major damage but they can contaminate food damage paper goods and stain clothing otherwise they are mostly harmless at to months of age the female firebrat begins laying eggs if the temperature is right c or f it may lay up to eggs in a lifetime of about years after incubation days the nymphs hatch they may reach maturity in as little as months resulting in several gener...
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*  File:Amit Yadav Insect Vectors SCGS 4442.JPG
file amit yadav insect vectors scgs jpg file amit yadav insect vectors scgs jpg summary sugarcane insect disease vectors phytoplasma licensing...
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*  Timeline of Buenos Aires
Timeline of Buenos Aires Timeline of Buenos Aires. The following is a 'timeline of the history of the city of Buenos Aires ', Argentina. Prior to 19th century 19th century 20th century 21st century See also References Further reading External links. Prior to 19th century. 1620 - Town becomes capital of Buenos Aires Province. 1671 - Cathedral inaugurated. 1776 - City becomes capital of Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata. 3 19th century. thumb|right|Buenos Aires, ca.1860 1801 - ' Telégrafo Mercantil ' newspaper begins publication. 1811 - Pirámide de Mayo monument built on the Plaza de Mayo. 1821 - University of Buenos Aires founded. Academy of Music founded. 1823 - Museum of Buenos Ayres, Sociedad de Beneficencia, and Philharmonic Association founded. 1833 - Victoria Theatre built. 28 March: French blockade of the Río de la Plata begins. 1840 - French blockade of the Río de la Plata ends. 1845 - Anglo-French blockade of the Río de la Plata begins. 1850 - Anglo-French blockade of the Río de la Plata ends. Yellow...
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*  Ramallo, Buenos Aires
ramallo buenos aires ramallo buenos aires infobox settlement official name ramallo image skyline ramallo beach jpg imagesize px image caption ramallo beach image shield pushpin map argentina pushpin label position bottom pushpin map caption location in argentina pushpin mapsize pushpin map buenos aires province pushpin label position bottom pushpin map caption location in buenos aires province pushpin mapsize coordinates display inline title coordinates region ar subdivision type country subdivision name subdivision type province subdivision name px buenos aires subdivision type partido subdivision name ramallo established title founded established date october population as of ramallo is a town in buenos aires province argentina it is the administrative centre for ramallo partido it is located on next to the río paraná economy the city possesses an important port on the river paraná the main products of the region are agricultural goods cattle feed and industrial crops the include potato citrus soy cereals a...
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*  Salado River (Buenos Aires)
salado river buenos aires salado river buenos aires px thumb right junín on the río salado image riodelaplatabasinmap png the salado river es río salado ipa ˈri o saˈlaðo is a river in northern buenos aires province argentina it originates at el chañar lake on the border with santa fe province m above mean sea level and flows generally southeast for km before debouching into samborombón bay part of the río de la plata estuary on the atlantic ocean the salado s mouth is about km south of the city of buenos aires the salado s drainage basin is about km which is over half of the province s area the region receives an annual average of mm of precipitation which often causes flood ing in the low lying area the river flows by the cities of junín roque pérez and general belgrano as well as a number of wetlands and lakes channelization of the lower course has improved the drainage of the river s m s nearly million people live in the basin hydrological studies have been performed in the salado basin principally in the...
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*  Marcos Paz, Buenos Aires
Marcos Paz, Buenos Aires Marcos Paz, Buenos Aires. {{Infobox settlement official name = Marcos Paz pushpin map = Argentina Greater Buenos Aires pushpin label position =bottom pushpin map caption =Location in Greater Buenos Aires |pushpin mapsize =240 pushpin map1 = pushpin label position1 = pushpin map caption1 = pushpin mapsize1 = coordinates display = inline,title coordinates region = AR subdivision type = Country subdivision name = |subdivision type1 = Province |subdivision name1 = 24px Buenos Aires |subdivision type2 = Partido |subdivision name2 = Marcos Paz |established title = Founded established date = 1878 population as of = 'Marcos Paz' is the capital of Marcos Paz Partido, in the Greater Buenos Aires urban agglomeration in the Argentine province of Buenos Aires, located 48 kilometres west of Buenos Aires. Although the city of Marcos Paz was officially founded in 1878, the city was first established in 1870, near the 'Estación Coronel Doctor Marcos Paz' railway station. With a population of 39.529 IN...
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*  Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires
Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires. {{Infobox University name = Buenos Aires Institute of Technology native name= Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires image name =Fachada ITBA.JPG caption = |motto = 'Ad Lucem Serenitate Tendo' established = November 20, 1959 mottoeng = To the light peacefully I go type = Private |calendar = Semester rector = Ing. The 'Buenos Aires Institute of Technology', ' Spanish: Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires - ITBA ' is an Argentine private university located in the city of Buenos Aires. Its focus is primarily on Information Technology, Business and Engineering studies. In spite of being a small university, with only about 1650 undergraduate students, ITBA is regarded as one of the best engineering schools in Latin America, with an annual graduation average of 200 engineers, about 10% of the annual national total. History Degree programs Undergraduate programs. See also External links. Biomedical Engineering Business Administration & Info...
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*  Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires
Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires. name = Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires org/group = image = hospital-italiano-buenos-aires.jpg alt =. image size = 250px caption = Main building of the Hospital. map type =. relief = map size = map alt = map caption = latitude = longitude = logo = Hosp italiano logo.png logo size = 160px location =. region = Buenos Aires Greater Buenos Aires. thumb|right|250px|Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires shortly after its construction. The 'Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires' is a private hospital in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina. The hospital treats both private patients and those derived by social security. The first hospital The second hospital See also Notes References External links. The hospital was almost finished in 1865, when the national government asked that it be set aside to treat wounded Brazil ian soldiers of the Paraguayan War. In 1867 the works were resumed, only to be stopped once again by an epidemic of cholera, which prompted t...
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*  Humid Pampas
Humid Pampas Humid Pampas. Image:Barley field in Buenos Aires Province. The 'Humid Pampa' es 'Pampa Húmeda' is an extensive region of flat, fertile grassland of loess ic origin in Argentina. Setting Climate Flora Population Gallery References External links. Except for a few bluffs near the Paraná and Río de la Plata rivers, as well as the Tandilia and Ventania mountain ranges to the south, the region's slope rarely exceeds 6 degrees. It covers Buenos Aires Province almost completely, the centre and south of Santa Fe Province, most of Córdoba Province and the eastern third of La Pampa Province, totalling at least 600,000 km². The Uruguayan savanna, which lies east of the rivers in Entre Ríos Province of Argentina, Uruguay and the south of Brazil, is sometimes considered part of the Humid Pampa. The flatlands are also interrupted by low hill's ranges like Tandilia in the southeast, namely at Sierra de los Padres, Balcarce, Olavarría, Tandil and like the higher system of the Sierra de la Ventana to the south, n...
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*  Yellow fever in Buenos Aires
Yellow fever in Buenos Aires Yellow fever in Buenos Aires. Image:Juan Manuel Blanes Episodio de la Fiebre Amarilla.jpg|300px The 'Yellow Fever in Buenos Aires' was a series of epidemic s that took place in 1852, 1858, 1870 and 1871, the latter being a disaster that killed about 8% of Porteño s: in a city were the daily death rate was less than 20, there were days that killed more than 500 people. Outbreaks of Yellow Fever before 1871. Yellow Fever or "black vomit", as it was called due to bleeding that occurs in the gastrointestinal caused an epidemic in Buenos Aires in 1852. The first census of Argentina in 1869 registered 177,787 inhabitants in the City of Buenos Aires, of which 88,126 were foreigners, and of those 44,233 were Italian and 14,609 were Spanish. Image:Primera casa fiebre amarilla Buenos Aires.JPG On 27 January 1871, three cases of yellow fever were diagnosed in Buenos Aires. By the end of February at total of 300 cases had been registered, and March began with over 40 deaths a day, rising to 1...
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*  National University of Northwestern Buenos Aires
National University of Northwestern Buenos Aires National University of Northwestern Buenos Aires. The 'National University of Northwestern Buenos Aires' 'Universidad Nacional del Noroeste de la Provincia de Buenos Aires' or UNNOBA hereafter is a national university with head office and campus in Junín, Argentina. This city concentrates 80% of the activities,. 1 and nearly 2 out of 3 students take classes there. 2 The university has also a campus in Pergamino city. The UNNOBA was created on December 16, 2002, as the composition between the Junín Regional University Center CURJ, started in 1990, which reached 15,000 students, and the Pergamino Regional University Center CRUP, established a year later, which had 2,600 students. The University may establish more branches in other locations of the influence area which covers the northwest of the province of Buenos Aires, southern Santa Fe and Córdoba and northeast of La Pampa. The university and the municipality of Junín, are the mainstays of the Buenos Aires Nor...
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*  Francisco Javier Muñiz
Francisco Javier Muñiz Francisco Javier Muñiz. image = Francisco Javier Muñiz.jpg image size =. caption = Francisco Javier Muñiz birth name =. birth place = San Isidro, Argentina death date = 'Francisco Javier Muñiz' 21 December 1795 – 8 April 1871 was an Argentine colonel, legislator, and medical doctor. 1 Personal life Early military service and medical school Career Medicine. Death Legacy Notes References Further reading. Francisco Javier Muñiz was born in San Isidro, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina on 21 December 1795. Early military service and medical school. Image:Francisco Muñiz 001.jpg He studied at the 'Instituto Médico Militar' 'Military Medical Institute' beginning in 1814. 4 Muñiz graduated as a doctor in 1821 He transferred to the University of Buenos Aires and completed his surgical education in 1824. 'Apuntes Toggraficos', published in 1847 by Muñiz, contained his topographical notes that discussed the study of fossils in the relative ages of sedimentary strata in areas south of the Buenos Ai...
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*  Universidad Argentina John F. Kennedy
Universidad Argentina John F. Kennedy Universidad Argentina John F. Kennedy. The 'Universidad Argentina John F. Kennedy' John F. Kennedy Argentine University was founded by Miguel Herrera Figueroa, JD, on April 4, 1964 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The university has 18 units in the City of Buenos Aires and two in Buenos Aires Province. In 2008, it had 39 academic departments and a students department, where activities related to sports are developed with the and the Theater Workshop. Schools Graduate degrees References External links. Law Architecture Biochemistry Accounting Pharmacy 'Licenciatura' in Business Administration 'Licenciatura' in Hotel Administration 'Licenciatura' in Drama 'Licenciatura' in Political Science 'Licenciatura' in Education Sciences 'Licenciatura' in Marketing 'Licenciatura' in International Trade 'Licenciatura' in Demography and Tourism 'Licenciatura' in Graphic Design 'Licenciatura' in Journalism and Communication 'Licenciatura' in Psychology Teacher Training in Psycho-pedagogy 'Lic...
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*  Hugo Cóccaro
hugo cóccaro hugo cóccaro hugo omar cóccaro born in is an argentine justicialist party pj politician former governor of tierra del fuego province formally tierra del fuego antarctica and south atlantic islands born in saladillo buenos aires province cóccaro relocated to tierra del fuego at age with his brother with whom he started a construction firm he later purchased the san justo estancia a lenga beech sawmill near río grande he had four daughters and his marriage ended in separation cóccaro entered politics in when he was elected vice governor under governor jorge colazo of the radical civic union ucr he fell out with colazo however and there were public rows between them he became acting governor of tierra del fuego on october when colazo was suspended and was confirmed in the post on december his tenure was marked for its failed support for renasa a provincial petroleum concern and a subsequent impeachment attempt cóccaro ran for reelection in and won the first round but he was defeated in the runoff by...
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*  Monte Partido
Monte Partido Monte Partido. {{Infobox Partido Argentina name= Monte official name= Partido de San Miguel del Monte coat of arms= Sin escudo.svg map= Partido de San Miguel del Monte, Argentina.png location= location of Partido de San Miguel del Monte in Buenos Aires Province capital= Monte |foundation= November 18, 1779 founder= Virrey Vértiz |pop= 17,488 density= 9.25 Inhabitants/km² pop change= +12.98% 1991-2001 |resident= 'montense' tel= 02271 post= B7220 coor= |area= 1847km2 dist1= 110km dist2= 102km patron= |mayor= Rogelio Andrés Bernardes, PJ |web= http://www.monte.gov.ar ifam= BUE083 }}. 'Monte Partido' also known as 'San Miguel del Monte' is a partido located in the eastern part of Buenos Aires Province in Argentina. The provincial subdivision has a population of about 17,500 inhabitants in an area of 1847km2, and its capital city is Monte, located 110km from Buenos Aires on the banks of the Salado River. Geography Climate Borders Settlements Tourism Fishing and water sports. Ranches. External links. ...
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*  Luján Partido
luján partido luján partido infobox partido argentina name luján official name partido de luján coat of arms sin escudo svg map partido de luján argentina png location location of luján partido in buenos aires province capital luján foundation founder pop density inhabitants km pop change resident lujanense tel post b coor luján partido is a partido located in the north eastern part of buenos aires province in argentina the provincial subdivision has a population of about inhabitants in an area of km and its capital city is luján which is located km from buenos aires economy the economy of luján partido is dominated by farming other aspects include textile and medical manufacturing and the production of agrochemicals and agricultural machenery settlements cortínez jáuregui luján olivera open door carlos keen pueblo nuevo torres external links category partidos of buenos aires province category states and territories established in...
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*  List of town tramway systems in Argentina
List of town tramway systems in Argentina List of town tramway systems in Argentina. This is a 'list of town tramway systems in Argentina' by Province. ] Buenos Aires Province ] Buenos Aires Catamarca Chaco Córdoba Corrientes Entre Ríos La Pampa Mendoza Salta San Juan Santa Fe Tucumán References See also. Provincia de Buenos Aires Buenos Aires Province. Location Article Gauge mm Traction Type width=80px Date from year-month-day. width=80px Date to year-month-day. rowspan=4. rowspan=4. align=right. Horse. align=right. align=right. align=right. electric. align=right. Horse. align=right. Horse. align=right. Horse. rowspan=3. rowspan=3. align=right. Horse. align=right. align=right. electric. rowspan=2. rowspan=2. align=right. align=right. electric. align=right. Horse. Location Article Gauge mm Traction Type width=80px Date from year-month-day. width=80px Date to year-month-day. ' Buenos Aires '. rowspan=3. align=right. Horse. align=right. align=right. electric. electric. align=right. Location Article Gauge mm Tra...
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*  National Technological University – Buenos Aires Regional Faculty
National Technological University – Buenos Aires Regional Faculty National Technological University – Buenos Aires Regional Faculty. The 'National Technological University, Buenos Aires' Spanish : 'Universidad Tecnológica Nacional - Facultad Regional Buenos Aires', also called 'UTN-FRBA' or 'UTN.BA', is the Buenos Aires regional college of the National Technological University thumb|UTN, Buenos Aires main building. The college includes a main building in Almagro, Buenos Aires, and a campus in Villa Lugano, Buenos Aires. Engineer's degree in Civil Engineering Engineer's degree in Textil Engineering Engineer's degree in Naval Engineering Engineer's degree in Mechanical Engineering Engineer's degree in Information Systems with an optional intermediate Analyst's degree in Systems Engineer's degree in Industrial Engineering Engineer's degree in Electric Engineering Engineer's degree in Electronic Engineering with an optional intermediate Technician's degree in Electronics Engineer's degree in Chemical Engineering ...
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*  Integrated urban water management in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Integrated urban water management in Buenos Aires, Argentina Integrated urban water management in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The water management philosophy in Buenos Aires has evolved to one that is integrating efforts in reducing water pollution, improving stormwater management, adding drainage infrastructure, and improving water supply and sanitation WSS. The Matanza-Riachuelo river MR, a tributary of the Río de la Plata La Plata River, is a prime example and has become the most contaminated basin in Argentina. In response to water pollution and flooding challenges, the 'Government of Argentina GoA ' is working with the World Bank to address industrial water pollution by providing technical assistance and mentoring to the 50 worst industrial polluters which represent 95% of the total effluent. The 'Urban Flood Prevention and Drainage Program APL ' is the government's commitment to flood prevention and risk management and falls within the framework of the 'Buenos Aires Hydraulic Master Plan'. 3 The Buenos Air...
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*  Expanding Waistlines: Obesity in Argentina - The Argentina Independent | The Argentina Indepen
Expanding Waistlines: Obesity in Argentina - The Argentina Independent. The Argentina Independent. Expanding Waistlines: Obesity in Argentina - The Argentina Independent. Buenos Aires. Directory. Directory. Expanding Waistlines: Obesity in Argentina by Anna Hill, 25 May 2011. Tags: Body Mass Index , nutrition , obesity , WHO. 18% of the population is obese having a Body Mass Index of over 30 and 50% overweight with a BMI of higher than 24.9. Obesity is passed on to young children Photo: Gideon. There is growing concern about obesity in Argentina’s villas shantytowns , for example, especially among the child population. Aldo Cuneo, a doctor specialising in nutrition at the UBA’s Facultad de Medicina, believes nutrition in villas is poor because of a lack of education on the benefits of healthy eating and due to a lack of resources. Healthy lifestyle choices can be a fun family affair, as shown in this marathon run Photo: Live Earth. Children should learn from an early age that the dietary choices they make aff...
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*  National University of La Matanza
National University of La Matanza National University of La Matanza. The 'National University of La Matanza' es Universidad Nacional de La Matanza, UNLaM is an Argentine national university situated in La Matanza Partido, Buenos Aires Province. History Departments Postgraduate School Sports External links See also. History. The University was created under the National Law 23.748 on 23 October 1989. This law was enacted to resolve the lack of institutions of higher education over the most populous county in Buenos Aires Province. Departments. The university, as of 2012, offered a Licenciado degree or Ingeniero degree in the following disciplines:. Engineering ::1. Computer Science ::2. Electronic Engineering ::3. Industrial Engineering ::4. Web engineering. Humanities ::1. Social communication ::2. Social Work ::3. Labor Relations ::4. Physical Education ::5. Public Relations ::6. Economics ::1. Public accounting ::3. International commerce ::4. Law ::1. Law ::2. Kinesiology and Physical medicine and rehabili...
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*  Argentinian firefighters die as burning warehouse wall collapses in Buenos Aires - ABC News (Austral
Argentinian firefighters die as burning warehouse wall collapses in Buenos Aires - ABC News Australian Broadcasting Corporation. ABC Home. ABC Home. News. ABC News. Australia. Analysis Opinion. Business. Sport. Fact Check. Entertainment. WWI Centenary. Change to standard view. News Home. Argentinian firefighters die as burning warehouse wall collapses in Buenos Aires. Updated Thu 6 Feb 2014, 11:21 AM AEDT. At least nine firefighters and rescue workers were killed in Buenos Aires when the wall of a burning warehouse collapsed on top of them, officials said. The wall fell as firefighters were using an electric saw to cut through a huge iron gate at the warehouse, which housed archival bank records. Photo Argentina has declared two days of national mourning after a rescue crew was killed in a warehouse fire. Speaking outside the warehouse, where the fire was still not under control after seven hours, security secretary Sergio Berni said eight people had also been injured, including five who were still hospitalis...
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*  Argentine legislative election, 1926
Argentine legislative election, 1926 Argentine legislative election, 1926. The 'Argentine legislative elections of 1926' were held on 7 March. Socialist Party of Argentina. Unified UCR Santa Fe Province. Democratic Progressive Party Argentina. Antipersonalist UCR. Autonomist Party of Corrientes. Autonomist / Liberal Party of Corrientes. Liberal Pact Corrientes Province. Democratic Córdoba Province Argentina. Lencinist UCR Mendoza Province. UCR Bloc San Juan Province Argentina. San Juan Province. thumb|150px|The hard-line Vicente Gallo's attempt to have a key Yrigoyen ally removed as governor backfired, and handed the popular former president a useful issue for his 1928 comeback. This was made inevitable by former President Hipólito Yrigoyen 's decision to run for the office he had held from 1916 to 1922, when policy differences with the conservative wing of the UCR, as well as his removal of 18 governors by decree, created the Antipersonalist faction. The 1926 results themselves further eroded the pro-Yrigoye...
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*  Water resources management in Argentina
Total renewable water resources 2008. Dam Capacity. Significant water resources management challenges were identified by the water community of Argentina during the Second National Water Resources Meeting held in Buenos Aires May 18–20, 2004 and are listed here: i incomplete/outdated legal and regulatory framework; ii limited capacity in water management at the central and provincial levels coupled with outdated procedures for water resources planning; iii lack of an integrated national water resources information system and deficient water resources monitoring network; iv serious water pollution problems surface and groundwater ; v high risk for flooding in urban and rural areas; vi lack of appropriate incentives for conservation and efficient use of the resource base and for reducing pollution. The Parana River together with the Uruguay river form the Río de la Plata estuary. Of note, one of the largest reservoirs at approximately 1600 km 2 is stored behind the Yacyretá dam and is located on the Parana rive...
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*  Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Buenos Aires)
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Buenos Aires) {{Infobox Museum |name = Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes 180px |image = Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Buenos Aires) 10209 crop.jpg |image size = 188px |caption = Location within Buenos Aires |imagesize = 188px |established = 25 December 1895 |location = Avenida del Libertador 1473 Buenos Aires, Argentina |visitors = 1 million/year |director = Marcela Cardillo |website = [ www.mnba.gob.ar ] }} The 'Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes' ('MNBA') ("National Museum of Fine Arts" in English) is an Argentine art museum in Buenos Aires, located in the Recoleta section of the city. The MNBA inaugurated a branch in Neuquén in 2004. History Argentine painter and art critic Eduardo Schiaffino was the first director of the MNBA, which opened on 25 December 1895 in a building on Florida Street which today houses the Galerías Pacífico shopping mall. In 1909 the museum moved to a building in Plaza San Martín, originally erected in Paris as the Argentine Pavilion for the 1889 Paris ex...
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*  Reconquista River
Reconquista River Reconquista River. right|thumb|275px|Reconquista River The 'Reconquista River' Spanish, 'Río Reconquista' is a small river in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Reconquista is part of the Río de la Plata basin. It is born in Marcos Paz, Buenos Aires Province, and flows across 18 municipalities, emptying in the Luján River. Its drainage basin has an area of 1670km2 and is populated by around 4 million people. The river carries about 33 percent of the total pollution drained by the estuary of the Río de la Plata, taking into account both industrial and domestic waste. There are about 12,000 industries in its basin, 700 of which dump their waste into the watercourse without controls. Studies have found nitrite s, nitrate s, ester- phenol s, PCB, and heavy metals. History See also References External links. History. Image:Railway bridge in Paso del Rey.jpg During the 1980s, there was a wave of protests by local residents denouncing the lack of state involvement; in 1984 the national Se...
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*  Gabriela Michetti
{{Infobox Officeholder image = 200px |name= Gabriela Michetti caption= |office = Vice President of Argentina president = Mauricio Macri |term start = 10 December 2015 term end = |succeeding = Amado Boudou |office2= National Senator of Argentina from Buenos Aires |term start2=December 10, 2013 term end2= office3= National Deputy from Buenos Aires |term start3=December 10, 2009 term end3=December 9, 2013 office4=Deputy Mayor of the City of Buenos Aires |term start4=December 10, 2007 term end4=April 20, 2009 predecessor4= Jorge Telerman |successor4= María Eugenia Vidal |birth date=. 'Marta Gabriela Michetti' IPA 'marta ga'bɾjela mi'keti ; born May 28, 1965 is an Argentine politician member of the Republican Proposal PRO coalition. Michetti was Deputy Head of Government in Buenos Aires during the tenure of Mayor Mauricio Macri. Michetti will take office as Vice-president of Argentina on December 10, 2015., Buenos Aires City Government. Michetti joined the Commitment to Change party led by Mauricio Macri in 2003. ...
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*  Sofitel Buenos Aires
Sofitel Buenos Aires Sofitel Buenos Aires. thumb|210px|The Sofitel Buenos Aires 'Sofitel Buenos Aires' is a five star hotel in the Retiro section of Buenos Aires. Overview. Commissioned by local shipping magnate Nicolás Mihanovich, a 20-story office complex was built which would allow him to look out towards the Río de la Plata, where his steam ship s could be seen plying the waters between Buenos Aires and Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay. Inspired in part by the Tomb of Mausolus of Caria, the eclecticist building was designed by the local architectural studio of Calvo, Jacobs and Giménez, and was opened in 1969 shortly after Mihanovich's death. The tallest building in Argentina and Latin America at the time, the 80-meter tower remained a city landmark even after its height was superseded by the nearby Kavanagh building in 1936. The first in Argentina to include in-wall wind braces, much of the uppermost roofing and façade and made from ship hull portions. It was later sold to its builders, the Bencich family...
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*  March 2007 floods in Coastal Argentina
March 2007 floods in Coastal Argentina March 2007 floods in Coastal Argentina. Starting in late March and ending in mid-April, the rains caused several major rivers to rise and/or overflow their banks, partly or completely flooded many towns and large cities, ruined a significant part of the crops in a wide region, and severely damaged the physical infrastructure. The area hit by the main storm was the central and southern Argentine littoral, comprising the south-center of Santa Fe Province west of the Paraná River and the south of Entre Ríos Province east of the Paraná River. Increased rainfall also hit locations in the northeast of Buenos Aires Province, along the course of the Paraná, before it empties into the Río de la Plata beside which Buenos Aires is located. 39,000 in southern Entre Ríos. It forms the natural limit between the provinces of Santa Fe and Entre Ríos, and empties into the Río de la Plata. In Santa Fe, the right-hand-side western tributaries of the Paraná: near Santa Fe City, the Salado R...
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*  Patricia Castell
patricia castell patricia castell infobox person name patricia castell image patricia castell jpg caption patricia castell during the golden age of argentine cinema birth name ovidia amanda paramidani padín birth date birth place avellaneda buenos aires province argentina death date patricia castell born ovidia amanda paramidani padín april september was an argentine actress appearing on radio television and in films born in avellaneda in her career began in the s and lasted for more than fifty years in she starred in the boxing drama diez segundos the first of many appearances alongside maría rosa gallo over several decades including perla negra and zíngara she starred in many soap operas telenovelas and was perhaps best known for her portrayal of the evil cecilia in the soap opera celeste death castell aged died in buenos aires argentina on september references category births category deaths category actresses from buenos aires category argentine television actresses category argentine film actresses categ...
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*  Tortuguitas
Tortuguitas Tortuguitas. {{Infobox settlement official name = Tortuguitas image skyline = Tortuguitas LOC2.JPG imagesize = 240px image caption = image shield = pushpin map = Argentina Greater Buenos Aires pushpin label position = bottom pushpin map caption = Location in Greater Buenos Aires |pushpin mapsize = 240 coordinates display = inline,title coordinates region = AR subdivision type = Country subdivision name = |subdivision type1 = Province |subdivision name1 = 24px Buenos Aires |subdivision type2 = Partido |subdivision name2 = Malvinas Argentinas |established title = established established date = 1947 population as of =. 'Tortuguitas' is a city in Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina, located 25mi northwest of Buenos Aires. The city is located in Malvinas Argentinas Partido county, and its population was 41,390 inhabitants as of the 2001 Census. Part of a vast estancia in colonial times owned by Alonso de Escobar, the land was bought in 1925 by the Blas País family when the Córdoba Central Railway was built...
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*  Salta (Argentina), oxen pulling wagon :: AGSL Digital Photo Archive - South America
Salta Argentina , oxen pulling wagon :: AGSL Digital Photo Archive - South America. AGSL - South America Browse all Items About the Collections Order Images Digital Collections UWM Libraries. AGSL Digital Photo Archive - South America. Add or remove collections. AGSL Digital Photo Archive - South America Salta Argentina , oxen pulling wagon. Salta Argentina , oxen pulling wagon. Argentina , oxen pulling wagon. Part of Set 1913 Isaiah Bowman Photographs of Expedition to Central Andes. Related Sources Correspondence between Isaiah Bowman and the American Geographical Society regarding the Expedition to Central Andes can be found in the AGSNY Archives online at http://129.89.24.131/cdm/ref/collection/agsny/id/11247. Original Collection Isaiah Bowman Collection. Repository American Geographical Society Library, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries. Digital Publisher University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries. Digital Collection American Geographical Society Library Digital Photo Archive - South America. P...
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*  1871 in Argentina
1871 in Argentina 1871 in Argentina. Incumbents Events Deaths References. Incumbents. President : Domingo Faustino Sarmiento Vice President : Adolfo Alsina. Events. 1 January – The Civil Code of Argentina, written by Dalmacio Vélez Sársfield, comes into effect. 27 January – Yellow Fever in Buenos Aires : Three cases of yellow fever are diagnosed in the San Telmo neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, which is full of tenements. The City Commission declines to warn the population of the danger of an epidemic. 4 March – The 'Tribune' newspaper reports that the streets of fever-infested Buenos Aires are so dark at night that "it truly appeared as if the terrible scourge had swept away all the residents". CODEX ver detalle en bibliografía 9 – 11 April – 500 deaths are registered daily in Buenos Aires as a result of the yellow fever epidemic. 7 May – Germany sends its first ambassador to Argentina. August – The East Argentine Railway company is founded by British investors. Lewis, 'British Railways in Argentina 1857–1914:...
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*  Enrique Gorriarán Merlo
Enrique Gorriarán Merlo Enrique Gorriarán Merlo. 'Enrique Haroldo Gorriarán Merlo' 18 October 1941 – 22 September 2006 was an Argentine guerrilla terrorist leader, born in San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Buenos Aires Province. His family was affiliated with the Radical Civic Union, but at the age of 27 Gorriarán Merlo joined the Trotskyist Workers Revolutionary Party PRT, and then cofounded its armed wing, the People's Revolutionary Army ERP. He continued to be a leader of the PRT and the ERP through to the beginning of the Argentine Dirty War, spanning the governments of Héctor José Cámpora 1973, Juan Perón, and Isabel Martínez de Perón, the last of which was cut short by the coup that started the National Reorganization Process 1976. There, Gorriarán Merlo led the first armed attack by ERP, the capture of Police Station No. In January 1974, he took part in the attack on the army barracks in Azul, Buenos Aires Province, where a Lieutenant Colonel and his wife were killed. The MTP organized the 1989 attack on La ...
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*  Colorado River (Argentina)
Colorado River Argentina. Colorado River Argentina. name = Colorado River category hide=1. image=Rio Colorado - Embalse de Casa de Piedra.jpg image caption = Casa de Piedra dam at the Colorado River image size = 300 image alt= country = Argentina country flag=1 region = district = municipality =. source = Andes. source location = Eastern Andes Slope source country = Argentina. source lat d = 36 source lat m = 09 source lat s = 02 source lat NS =S source long d = 70 source long m = 23 source long s = 47 source long EW =W source coordinates note= mouth country = Argentina. mouth lat d = 39 mouth lat m = 42 mouth lat s = 54.39 mouth lat NS =S mouth long d = 62. mouth long m = 7 mouth long s = 52.43 mouth long EW =W mouth coordinates note=. The 'Colorado River' es 'Río Colorado', IPA ˈri.o koloˈɾaðo is a river in the south of Argentina. The Colorado River marks most of the political boundary between the Argentine provinces of Neuquén and Mendoza, and between Rio Negro and La Pampa. Its man-made dam, "Embalse Ca...
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*  Francisca Rojas
Francisca Rojas Francisca Rojas. 'Francisca Rojas' is believed to be the first criminal found guilty through fingerprint evidence in the world. On June 19, 1892, 27-year-old Rojas murdered her two children in Necochea, Buenos Aires Province, in Argentina. Her six-year-old son, Ponciano Carballo Rojas, and his four-year-old sister Teresa were found brutally murdered in their home. Francisca tried to simulate an attack by cutting her own throat and then blaming the murders on her neighbor Pedro Ramón Velázquez. The report of the murder did not reach La Plata the provincial capital until July 8. Police Inspector Alvarez, of the Central Police, was sent to Necochea to assist local police with the investigation. When he arrived, he found police had no leads. Rojas denied having anything to do with the children's deaths. Velázquez also implicitly denied killing the children. Alvarez quickly determined that Velázquez had an alibi, having been out with several friends at the time of the murders. After some time, he d...
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*  Portal:Buenos Aires/Did you know/1
portal buenos aires did you know portal buenos aires did you know image x p in ps tete beche pair of stamps issues by the state of buenos aires that one of the world s great philatelic rarities the peso in ps tête bêche pair pictured is the only known copy of the state of buenos aires barquitos postage stamp error that argentine general lucio norberto mansilla died during the epidemic of yellow fever in buenos aires that ibrahim hussein berro was identified as the suicide bomber in the amia bombing in buenos aires source wikipedia recent additions june june wikipedia recent additions may may wikipedia recent additions...
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*  1868 in Argentina
in argentina in argentina incumbents events births deaths references incumbents president bartolomé mitre until october domingo faustino sarmiento from october vice president marcos paz until january adolfo alsina from october events january the sudden death of vice president marcos paz in a cholera epidemic at buenos aires results in a vacancy that is not filled for several months april the electoral college chooses domingo sarmiento as its new president by out of votes making this the most closely contested election during the period june henry g worthington becomes united states ambassador to argentina births april rosendo mendizabal tango musician and composer died july josé félix uriburu first de facto president of argentina died october marcelo torcuato de alvear politician and future president of argentina died en español portal planeta sedna consultado el de mayo de december lisandro de la torre politician died of lisandro de la torre in spanish efemérides culturales argentinas website of the ministry...
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*  José Hernández (writer)
José Hernández writer. José Hernández writer. thumb|right|150px|Hernández, c. 'José Hernández' born José Rafael Hernández y Pueyrredón; November 10, 1834 – October 21, 1886 was an Argentine journalist, poet, and politician best known as the author of the epic poem ' Martín Fierro '. Biography. Image:Martin fierro 1894.jpg Hernández, whose ancestry was a mix of Spanish, Irish, and French, was born on a farm near San Martín Buenos Aires Province. His career was to be an alternation between stints on the ' Federal ' side in the civil wars of Argentina and Uruguay and life as a newspaperman, a short stint as an employee of a commercial firm, and a period as stenographer to the legislature of the Confederation. Although a federalist opposed to the centralizing, modernizing, and Europeanizing tendencies of Argentine president Domingo Sarmiento, Hernández was no apologist for General Juan Manuel de Rosas, whom he characterized as a tyrant and a despot. Hernández is known today almost exclusively for his masterpiec...
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*  Sierra de los Padres
sierra de los padres sierra de los padres thumb px southwestern boundaries of the urban area of sierra de los padres sierra de los padres is a string of rocky hills and ridges about miles west of mar del plata they are part of the tandilia s mountain range actually a series of low hills extended from the central buenos aires province to cabo corrientes a cape on the shores of mar del plata these peaks are barely mt feet high surrounded by farms in the lower lands and by an exclusive neighborhood built on their slopes most local landscapes have panoramic views of surrounding hills recreational activities include trekking ppc and a large golf link along the main access road there is also a zoo the neighbourhood has four shopping centers and many facilities for visitors a large super market and many groceries fill local residents need of food and beverages the winters are a bit colder than in the coastal area and summers are not so mild permanent residents are about most of them are members of the upper and uppe...
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*  Malabia - Osvaldo Pugliese (Buenos Aires Underground)
malabia osvaldo pugliese buenos aires underground malabia osvaldo pugliese buenos aires underground infobox station name malabia osvaldo pugliese symbol b symbol location buenosaires type style image estacion malabia jpg image caption address corrientes and malabia coordinates line connections structure platform side platforms depth levels tracks parking bicycle opened closed rebuilt electrified disabled code owned zone smartcardname subtepass smartcardstatus yes former passengers pass year pass percent pass system mpassengers services malabia osvaldo pugliese is a station on line b of the buenos aires metro http www subte com ar contenido subte pocketmap pdf overview malabia station is located in the villa crespo barrio at the intersection of avenida corrientes and calle malabia and named after the latter the osvaldo pugliese part of the name was added in to commemorate the argentine tango musician osvaldo pugliese infobae september before being known as malabia the station was called canning but when cannin...
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*  Salvador Mazza
Salvador Mazza Salvador Mazza. thumb|Salvador Mazza 'Salvador Mazza' June 6, 1886November 9, 1946 was a noted Argentine physician and epidemiologist, best known for his strides in helping control American trypanosomiasis an endemic disease among the rural, poor majority of early 20th century South America. A precocious student, Mazza was accepted into the prestigious, public college preparatory school, the Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires, at age ten. He enrolled, instead, at the University of Buenos Aires UBA School of Medicine, graduating in 1903. During his graduate studies, he accepted a post as Health Inspector for the then-rural Province of Buenos Aires, where he focused on disease prevention and vaccination. Nicolle's methods in the treatment of typhus Nicolle was later awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his efforts. Returning to Argentina in 1925, Mazza was given a prominent post in the UBA Surgical Clinic and shortly afterwards invited Nicolle to Buenos Aires, where they discussed the need for m...
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*  Marcos Paz
Marcos Paz Marcos Paz. {{infobox President order=3rd office=Vice President of Argentina image=Marcos Paz.jpg term=October 12, 1862 – January 2, 1868 president= Bartolomé Mitre |predecessor= Juan Esteban Pedernera |successor = Adolfo Alsina |birth date= 1813 birth place= San Miguel de Tucumán |death date=January 2, |death place= Buenos Aires |spouse=Micaela Cascallares relations=Agustina Paz de Roca 'Sister' Alejo Julio Argentino Roca 'Nephew' }}. 'Marcos Paz' 1813 January 2, 1868 was Governor of Córdoba and Tucumán Province s, an Argentine Senator, and Vice President of Argentina from October 12, 1862 until his death in 1868. His father was Juan Bautista Paz, a lawyer and legislator who served as deputy governor of the province several times, and his brother was General Gregorio Paz. After the fall of Juan Manuel de Rosas in 1852 he joined Justo José de Urquiza in his fight against Bartolomé Mitre 's forces in Buenos Aires, and joined Col. Elected Governor of Tucumán in 1858, Paz took part in the San José de ...
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*  Alberto Carlos Taquini
{{Infobox person name = Alberto Carlos Taquini image = |image size = 180px caption = |birth date = December 6, 1905 birth place = Buenos Aires |death date = |death place = Buenos Aires |nationality = Argentine signature = }}. Early life and education Career University of Buenos Aires. His work on the University of Buenoes Aires School of Medicine research team earned Taquini a 1939 scholarship from the Argentine Society for the Advancement of Science, with which he completed further studies at the Harvard School of Medicine. University of Buenos Aires. School of Medicine research team. Bernardo Houssay who would earn the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1946, at the Department of Physiology of the University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine. He was appointed director of the new Institute of Cardiology Research at the University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine in 1944. Argentine National Research Council. Taquini was elected President of the World Heart Federation 1954—1962, the International Coun...
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*  WHOCC - WHO Collaborating Centres
WHOCC - WHO Collaborating Centres. WHO Collaborating Centres Global database. Version 1.5. Search / List. Display all Display report. Reference. Institution name. City. Country. Region. Title. WHO responsible officer. Status. ARG-14. Instituto Nacional de Parasitologia Dr Mario Fatala Chab n. Buenos Aires. ARGENTINA. AMRO. WHO Collaborating Centre for Research, Referential Diagnosis, Biological Production Training in Chagas Parasitic Diseases. SALVATELLA Roberto. Active. Details. ARG-15. Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Respiratorias Emilio Coni. Santa Fe. ARGENTINA. AMRO. WHO Collaborating Centre for Epidemiology and Control of Tuberculosis. DEL GRANADO Mirtha. Active. Details. ARG-19. Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Virales Humanas Dr Julio Maiztegui INEVH. ARGENTINA. AMRO. WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research of Arbovirus and Hemorrhagic Fevers Virosis. FORMENTY Pierre B.H. Active. Details. ARG-22. Mammary Research Centre Centro de Investigaciones Mamarias. Buenos Aires. ARGENTINA. AMRO...
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*  Buenos Aires, Pernambuco
buenos aires pernambuco buenos aires pernambuco buenos aires is a city located in the state of pernambuco brazil located at km from recife capital of pernambuco has an estimated ibge population of people geography state pernambuco region zona da mata pernambucana boundaries vicência n carpina s limoeiro w nazaré da mata e area sqkm elevation m hidrography goiana river vegetation subcaducifólia forest clima hot tropical and humid annual average temperature c distance to recife km economy the main economic activities in buenos aires are based in industry commerce and agribusiness especially sugarcane banana s and livestock such as poultry and cattle economic indicators population http www ibge gov br home estatistica populacao estimativa pop dou pdf brazilian institute of geography and statistics ibge population buenos aires page gdp x r gdp per capita gdp pc r pernambuco pe economy by sector primary sector secondary sector service sector health indicators human development index hdi hospitals hospitals beds ch...
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*  Petrobras Argentina
petrobras argentina petrobras argentina infobox company name petrobras argentina s a logo px type sociedad anónima traded as bcba foundation location city buenos aires location country argentina key people josé fernando de freitas chairman ronaldo batista assunção ceo industry oil gas and utility products petroleum natural gas petrochemicals electricity total assets market value market cap revenue petrobras argentina bcba is the argentine based subsidiary of petróleo brasileiro s a petrobras the brazilian energy conglomerate the unit was established in and in expanded into service station s with the purchase of eg from the struggling sociedad comercial del plata its purchase in of petrolera santa fe pecom energía from local industrialist gregorio pérez companc allowed it to significantly expand into the local fossil fuel sector it expanded into electric grid operations with the purchase of a majority stake in transener from pesa though the group sold transener to local entrepreneur marcelo mindlin in the comp...
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*  Julio Ramos
julio ramos julio ramos julio a ramos february in buenos aires november in buenos aires was an argentinian journalist and businessman on december he founded ámbito financiero a newspaper specializing in finance and economy that was later expanded to cater to a wider audience ramos received a degree in economics from the university of buenos aires and worked as a journalist for noticias gráficas la nación and la opinión among other media he was a firm believer in free market liberalism in ramos ran unsuccessfully for the deputy chamber of the buenos aires province in a center right ticket he also directed the inter american press association from to ramos married twice and had five children two of whom preceded him in death one was electrocuted and the other died in a car accident less than a month later he had a personal friendship with former president carlos menem he also wrote the nonfiction books los cerrojos a la prensa locks on the press and el periodismo atrasado set back journalism he died of leukemia...
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*  Ítalo Argentino Lúder
Ítalo Argentino Lúder Ítalo Argentino Lúder. name= Ítalo Argentino Lúder nationality=Argentine image name= imagesize= 210px office= Provisional President of the Argentine Senate. term start= 1 July 1974 term end= 24 March 1976 preceded= José Antonio Allende succeeded= Office Vacant; Edison Otero next to hold office in 1983 office2= Argentine Senator from Buenos Aires Province. party2= Justicialist Party. term start2= 25 May 1973 term end2= 1 July 1974 birth date= birth place= Rafaela. death date= 'Ítalo Argentino Lúder' December 31, 1916 May 25, 2008 was an Argentine politician who served as the acting President of Argentina from September 13, 1975 until October 16, 1975, for Isabel Perón. Background and earlier life Acting President of Argentina Later Peronist leadership and other roles External links. Background and earlier life. Lúder was born in Rafaela, Santa Fe Province. Lúder was first elected to a seat in the Constitutional Convention of 1948, which drafted president Juan Perón 's 1949 replacement of ...
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*  Alejandra Pizarnik
Image:Pizarnik byn.jpg 'Alejandra Pizarnik' April 29, 1936 September 25, 1972 was an Argentine poet. Alejandra Pizarnik was born on April 29, 1936, in Avellaneda, a city in Buenos Aires Province, near Buenos Aires City, Argentina,. 'The Most Foreign Country ' La tierra más ajena ' ' 1955 translated by Yvette Siegert Ugly Duckling Pressẽ, October 2015. 'The Final Innocence ' La última inocencia ' ' 1956 translated by Yvette Siegert Ugly Duckling Pressə, October 2016. 'The Lost Adventures ' Las aventuras perdidas ' ' 1958 'Diana's Tree ' Árbol de Diana ' ' 1962 translated by Yvette Siegert Ugly Duckling Pressẻ, October 2014. 'Works and Nights ' Los trabajos y las noches ' ' 1965 translated by Yvette Siegert in 'Extracting the Stone of Madness: Poems 1962-1972', New Directions, September 2015. 'Extracting the Stone of Madness ' Extracción de la piedra de locura ' ' 1968 translated by Yvette Siegert in 'Extracting the Stone of Madness: Poems 1962-1972', New Directions, September 2015. 'A Musical Hell ' El infiern...
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*  1900 in Argentina
in argentina in argentina incumbents events deaths see also references incumbents president julio argentino roca events january plague is officially declared in rosario myron j echenberg january february buenos aires suffers its worst heat wave for years in the first two weeks of february deaths are certified from heat apoplexy and sunstroke the buenos aires herald speculates that some of these are actually caused by plague march by presidential decree lyrics considered offensive to spanish immigrants are omitted from future public performances of the argentine national anthem buch esteban january o juremos con gloria morir historia de una épica de estado in spanish buenos aires editorial sudamericana isbn pp may october argentina participates for the first time in the olympic games june the argentine republic is officially declared free of plague deaths april roberto arlt writer died june leopoldo marechal writer died august arturo umberto illia president of argentina died arturo illia su vida principios y d...
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*  Molinos Río de la Plata
Molinos Río de la Plata Molinos Río de la Plata. {{Infobox company. name = Molinos Río de la Plata S.A. logo = 200px. location = Buenos Aires, Argentina. key people = Gregorio Pérez Companc, Chairman Juan Manuel Forn, CEO. products = Food. net income = 'Molinos Río de la Plata' BCBA : is Argentina 's largest branded food products company. The company is a large exporter of sunflower processed oil and is one of Argentina's main exporters of bottled oil. Molinos also produces a wide range of packaged foods for domestic consumption, including bottled oil, margarine, pasta, pre-mixes, packaged flours, yerba mate, rice, cold cuts, and frozen foods. Overview Image:Buenos Aires Puerto Madero Porteño 1999-05-01.jpg Molinos Río de la Plata Molinos originated with the 1899 establishment of 'Centenera', a food processing plant, by Bunge y Born, then a prominent local wheat milling company established by Belgian immigrants in 1884. They had one of the largest wheat mills in the country built on a Puerto Madero lot in 190...
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*  NIC Argentina
nic argentina nic argentina the network information center argentina or nic argentina is an office of the ministry of foreign affairs of argentina responsible for operating the ar country code top level domain cctld delegation for the ar cctld was requested on august as part of the transition to the internet domain name system the delegation was approved and became effective on september since then the ministry of foreign affairs of argentina has been the sole sponsor and entity responsible for the management of internet domain names for the ar cctld this role was reaffirmed by on april until argentina was able to establish its first permanent connection to the global internet name services were provided by uunet the nic ddn whois entry for ar dom in showed ministerio de relaciones exteriores y culto ar dom departamento de informatica recoquista buenos aires argentina domain name ar administrative contact porter sergio sp sergiop atina ar technical contact amodio jorge marcelo jma pete atina ar zone contact c...
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*  Raúl Francisco Primatesta
Raúl Francisco Primatesta Raúl Francisco Primatesta. {{Infobox Christian leader type = Cardinal honorific-prefix = His Eminence |name = Raúl Primatesta image=Cardenal primatesta.jpg image size=200px see = Archdiocese of Córdoba, Argentina |title = Cardinal, Archbishop emeritus of Córdoba |enthroned = February 16, 1965 November 17, 1998 cardinal = March 5, 1973 rank = Cardinal priest of ' Beata Maria Vergine Addolorata a piazza Buenos Aires ' predecessor = Ramón José Castellano successor = Carlos José Ñáñez |other post = Previously Bishop of San Rafael, Argentina |birth name= Raúl Francisco Primatesta birth date = |birth place = Capilla del Señor, Argentina |death date = 'Raúl Francisco Primatesta' April 14, 1919 May 1, 2006 was a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church of Argentina, and Archbishop Emeritus of Córdoba. On June 12, 1961 he was appointed first bishop of Diocese of San Rafael, Mendoza, and four years later on February 16, 1965 he became Metropolitan archbishop of Córdoba. Primatesta was elevated to...
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*  Santa Fe, Mexico City
Santa Fe, Mexico City Santa Fe, Mexico City. Santa Fe Trust Geography Area statistics Design Economy Transportation Public transportation. Santa Fe Trust. Along with the creation of Santa Fe industrial project in the 1970s was created a trust, where the government of the then Federal District "DDF" participate with their respective offices responsible for urban development, giving investors the facilities in the area electricity, lighting, roads, water and drainage to install its industry. On February 23, 2004 under the government of Marcelo Ebrard, who had been Secretary to the Government of the DDF under the government of the regent Manuel Camacho Solis, with infrastructure problems and challenges for the Federal District to meet the objectives of the original trust was created the Trust Colon de Santa Fe, constituted by the Government of the District Federal and Settlers Association Zedec Santa Fe This is because in its origin was an urban infrastructure development, where the federal government represente...
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