Her türlü yerli yabancı pornoyu bulabileceğiniz türkiyenin en büyük sex adresi. porno , eğer bununlada tahmin olmuyorsanız diğer bir site olan elit videoların yer aldığı sikiş web sitesi. Tüm bunlardan sonra sadece ultra kalitede donmadan sadece porno izlemek isteyenlerin favori adresi.

Welcome to the Pacific Biosciences Research Center

  • Limahuli ahupua‘a on the island of Kaua‘i.The Pacific Biosciences Research Center is a center of excellence in interdisciplinary biological sciences, with its research, training, and outreach activities focused on the unique opportunities found in Hawaiʻi and throughout the Pacific Islands.  PBRC has received national and international recognition as a leader in integrated mountain-to-sea science, and uses as its guiding principle the concept of the Hawaiian ahupuaʻa, a self-sustaining unit highlighting the interrelationship between land and sea, and a communal responsibility for the land.  PBRC follows the ethic of sustainability with respect for the culture, values, and limited natural resources of Hawaiʻi.

Featured News From PBRC

  • Kewalo Marine Laboratory celebrates 50 years

    Kewalo Marine Laboratory celebrates 50 years

    A leading institution in exceptional marine biology—the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Kewalo Marine Laboratory (KML) celebrated its 50th anniversary in August. KML, housed in the UH Mānoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, began operations in 1972, and over the past five Read More
  • Paratenic hosts of Angiostrongylus cantonensis and their relation to human neuroangiostrongyliasis globally

    Paratenic hosts of Angiostrongylus cantonensis and their relation to human neuroangiostrongyliasis globally

    The nematode parasite Angiostrongylus cantonensis (rat lungworm) has a complex life cycle involving rats (definitive hosts) and gastropods (intermediate hosts), as well as various paratenic hosts. Humans become infected and develop rat lungworm disease (neuroangiostrongyliasis) when they consume intermediate or paratenic hosts containing the infective Read More
  • Rat lungworm transmitted by many more species than slugs, snails

    Rat lungworm transmitted by many more species than slugs, snails

    While many people know that rat lungworm disease can be spread to humans by slugs and snails, new research shows those creatures are not the only ones that have been transmitting the illness. Researchers from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and the University of Read More
  • A ridge-to-reef ecosystem microbial census reveals environmental reservoirs for animal and plant microbiomes

    A ridge-to-reef ecosystem microbial census reveals environmental reservoirs for animal and plant microbiomes

    Microbes are found in nearly every habitat and organism on the planet, where they are critical to host health, fitness, and metabolism. In most organisms, few microbes are inherited at birth; instead, acquiring microbiomes generally involves complicated interactions between the environment, hosts, and symbionts. Despite Read More
  • Paratenic hosts of Angiostrongylus cantonensis and their relation to human neuroangiostrongyliasis globally

    Paratenic hosts of Angiostrongylus cantonensis and their relation to human neuroangiostrongyliasis globally

    The nematode parasite Angiostrongylus cantonensis (rat lungworm) has a complex life cycle involving rats(definitive hosts) and gastropods (intermediate hosts), as well as various paratenic hosts. Humans becomeinfected and develop rat lungworm disease (neuroangiostrongyliasis) when they consume intermediate or paratenichosts containing the infective parasite larvae. This Read More
  • Prestigious scholarship supports research on microplastics, reef health

    Prestigious scholarship supports research on microplastics, reef health

    In support of her dissertation research on the effects of microplastics on coral reef health and resilience, Keiko Wilkins, a doctoral student in the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Marine Biology Graduate Program, has been awarded a prestigious and highly competitive NOAA Nancy Foster Scholarship. Read More
  • Leaving a lasting ocean legacy

    Leaving a lasting ocean legacy

    Island communities have developed some of the most effective practices to support the sustainable use of coastal and ocean resources, we just need to take heed. In a vast ocean area with around 30,000 known islands, traditional navigators of the Pacific have been known to Read More
  • Empty oceans

    Empty oceans

    Fish stocks and seas face multiple threats, but marine scientists are working to find solutions to restore our vast blue ecosystem. The ocean is a significant source of livelihood, food and medicine for billions of people around the world — oceans are the real lungs of Read More
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8

More News

More News...