There has been a large increase in the commercial use of integrated crop/pest management methods for pest and disease control on a wide range of crops throughout the world since the first edition of this book. The completely revised second edition of the bestselling Biological Control in Plant Protection: A Color Handbook continues the objective of providing a handbook with profiles and full-color photographs of as many examples of biological control organisms from as wide a global area as possible. It is designed to help readers anticipate and recognize specific problems of pest management and then resolve them using the natural enemies of pests-parasites, predators, and pathogens.
Everyday, physicians take on health challenges all over the world. Some they win while some they lose and others they withhold. Among these challenges are some that have existed many years before Science that we have not been able to find a permanent cure to. Some of the challenges have put fears into many people in the world because of their severity. A recent challenge we face today is the outbreak of Ebola virus which has killed about 90% of its victims. There are facts to support that but as a result of the fear that has been created by the media through their reports and visual contents, almost everyone is unwilling to look into it thoroughly. If you thoroughly study this virus, Ebola then you should come across some evidences that show clearly that it is simply a Legal Scam that has been used by a few people in the past to achieve their goals. Those evidences are what the media have never presented to the world because if they do, the whole world will realize that it is a scam and also that there are THREE CURES. Those are what you will find out about this Ebola virus from this piece...
This volume considers the theme of the protection of the user in the field of information technology, and more specifically in relation to software licences, electronic information services and Internet access services. Litigation in IT usually stems from the users' feeling that their expectations have been frustrated at performance. When dealing with such cases, the courts seem to increasingly take the objective of user protection into account. How is this protection implemented? Is this trend generally desirable? Is this judicial protection excessive? What are the constraints met by IT providers that should be taken into account in litigation? How can the user's position be improved? "User Protection in IT Contracts" extensively presents the reasons why, and the ways in which national courts may decide a case in favour of the user. Many practical issues are considered in this respect. Which factors appear relevant to deal with liability claims in IT? Are exemption clauses always enforceable? What are the implications of information duties for IT providers? How can general conditions be safely incorporated to a contract? What is the validity of shrinkwrap licences? Is it safe to rely on an entire-agreement clause? This book exhaustively reviews these issues in English, Dutch and French law.
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