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Botanical plants use as mosquito repellent

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Mosquito repellant botanical plants are paramount importance in the present day in Pakistan where there is rising number of mosquito borne illnesses. Alarming increase in the range of mosquitoes in Pakistan, is as a result of deforestation, stagnant waters, artificial containers, non-recyclable tires, trees holes, water drainage systems, ditches, ponds, lakes, lagoons, marshes, swamps, floodwater […]…Read More

Improvised infrastructure of Peshawar city to make it Green and Ecofriendly

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Peshawar city is also known as city of flowers. It is the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The city is important politically, economically and strategically not only for the province but also for the country. It is the main door of trade and transport to Afghanistan, Iran, Russia and many other Gulp countries. Due to […]…Read More

Role of Tsetse Fly in Transmission of Trypanosomiasis

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article image In Pakistan round about 60 to 70% people directly or indirectly are involved with livestock industry for their livelihood. Livestock population is providing basic necessities for people related to dairy industry. Livestock industry is the backbone of rural population because small dairy holders totally depend upon the animals. They earn their livelihood by selling animals, […]…Read More

Economic remediation of Cd contaminated soils along with safe food production from sewage irrigated soils

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Major agricultural area of Pakistan lies in arid and semi-arid regions and climate changes have worsen the severity in temperature. Less rainfall and increasing demand of fresh water for non-agriculture purpose has caused water shortage for agriculture sector and have necessitated the use of untreated raw city effluents for agriculture which is steeply increasing. These […]…Read More

Climate Change and Mosquitoes: need and ways to diminish mosquito related diseases in Pakistan

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Climate change is impacting water related diseases throughout the world and one of the most significant public health complications. Some mosquitoes are the important vectors of diseases like malaria, dengue fever, dengue hemorrhagic fever, chikungounia, yellow fever, filariasis etc. Vectors growth is influenced by many environmental factors like urbanization, deforestation, rainfall, travel and trade. According […]…Read More

Economic remediation of Cd contaminated soils along with safe food production from sewage irrigated soils

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Major agricultural area of Pakistan lies in arid and semi-arid regions and climate changes have worsen the severity in temperature. Less rainfall and increasing demand of fresh water for non-agriculture purpose has caused water shortage for agriculture sector and have necessitated the use of untreated raw city effluents for agriculture which is steeply increasing. These […]…Read More

Insects play a vital role as a food

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Insects belong to class insecta and Phylum Arthropoda. Approximately 2-3 billion species exist on earth they have three body regions ( head,thorax,abdomen), compound eyes, one pair of antenna, three pair of legs and reproductive organs present respectively. They are cold blooded. Some insect species are very important for consumptions of human beings, because population of […]…Read More

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Zoo safety and regulations needed for better management of the zoos and for public security

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article image Zoos like any other organization and institution have suffered occasionally due to security issues around the globe. From time to time tragic incidents of people or children falling inside animal enclosures and being mercilessly killed by wild animals have sent shock waves around the planet. Such incidents have happened either due to lack of proper […]…Read More

Climate Change Impacts on Soil Resources

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Basically, climate change is a long term shift or modification in temperature, precipitation patterns, relative humidity and changes in hydro-logical phenomena. Climate change is a fundamental threat to sustainable development, with devastating impacts on agriculture, water resources, ecosystems, and human health. The evidence is clear that climate change is already hurting the poor particularly in […]…Read More