AEZ

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AcronymDefinition
AEZAgro-Ecological Zone
AEZAgri-Export Zone
AEZApplied Entomology and Zoology (Japanese Society of Applied Entomology and Zoology)
AEZAcrodermatitis Enteropathica, Zinc-Deficiency Type
AEZAlkaline Earth Zeolite
AEZAir Exclusion Zone (aviation no-fly area)
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These areas belong to the humid forest agro-ecological zone, characterized by oxisol in the USA soil taxonomy or acidic ferrasols (World Reference Base) and Guinean equatorial climate.
Such kind of behaviour is not yet well documented for the honeybees in the agro-ecological zones of Uganda.
This study estimates the impact of major climate variables (temperature and rainfall) on crops' productivity across four agro-ecological zones of Pakistan.
Busseola fusca was the most predominant borer species recorded in the Guinea agro-ecological zone for both seasons and years.
The SOC stock values in Table 2 refer to the final SOC content (0-0.30m) after 20 years in each agro-ecological zone in response to management, without discounting for associated field emissions of GHGs.
Information on the effects of organic manures on soil chemical properties in the Abakaliki agro-ecological zone is scarce.
This study takes advantage of Agro-Ecological Zones (AEZs) to predict how impacts will be dispersed across Africa.
'Samune' is only grown as a local variety in sub-humid cool agro-ecological zone (Banja district) where acid soil is prevalent.
In the current study, the clustering of breeds based on the five fecundity related microsatellites was consistent with the agro-ecological zone and management history.
In 1998 the GRDC delineated agro-ecological zones (AEZs) for Australian cropping areas and these are used for reporting crop statistics and strategic investment planning (Bureau of Rural Sciences 2005).
The line was further tested at 30 to 40 sites with at least eight sites per agro-ecological zone in on-farm trials with two other improved varieties ('Amantin' and 'Asontem') from 1988 to 1990.
Minjar Shenkora District is characterized by tepid to cool sub-humid agro-ecological zone with an average altitude of 1770 meters above sea level.