INERA

AcronymDefinition
INERAInstitut National pour l'Etude et la Recherche Agronomiques (Zaire)
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This study was funded by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) under FAO/IAEA Contract BKF-10952 and Institut de l'Environnent et de Recherche Agricole (INERA) of Burkina Faso
Addnode Group (STO:ANODB) announced on Monday that its subsidiary Decerno has signed a framework agreement with Inera regarding e-health application management.
Reforestation was considered the most important solution because INERA tested and developed an agroforestry system where coffee and cocoa trees were planted under a dominant forest layer of exploited species, the limba tree (Terminalia superba).
This inera (either/or) way of thinking is hegemonic within our everly empirical social sciences in which the social unit of analysis is always supposed to be either/or (and quantifiable).
On the other hand, the regional nutrition nursery was developed from the efforts of the HarvestPlus program working with CIAT, IFPRI, and Rwanda Agriculture and Animal Resources Development Board (RAB) and INERA in 2009.
Also included Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SKL) and the regional and county-owned company Inera AB in the procurement by proxy.
Bruce Rosenblum, CEO of Inera, Inc., delivered an excellent presentation on metadata quality and the associated problems of electronic publishing.
Toutes les varietes ont ete obtenues aupres des selectionneurs de legumineuses de l'Institut de l'Environnement et de Recherches Agricoles (INERA).
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These national research programs are the Nigerian National Root Crops Research Institute (NRCRI) and the Institut National pour l'Etude et la Recherche Agronomiques (INERA) in the DRC.
The International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) generates high-provitamin A sources via rapid cycling in pre-breeding and provides in vitro clones and seed populations to IITA and the Nigerian National Root Crops Research Institute (NRCRI) and the Institut National pour l'Etude et la Recherche Agronomiques (INERA) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for local adaptive breeding.