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Sustainable Agriculture - Beyond Organic Farming (2016)
Basel, Beijing, Wuhan : MDPI
Keywords: sustainability ; sustainable agriculture ; organic farming ; food systems ; agroecology ; green supply chains ; local ; diet ; animal welfare ; third-party certification ; ecolabelling ; fair trade ; ethical consumerism ; humane
Notes: The current conception of organic farming—as a production system based on ecological understanding and management—is the result of nearly a century of intellectual thought and dialogue, field observations and experiences, systematic experimentation, and codification of rules. Today, organic production is widely recognized as a viable alternative to conventional production under many conditions and increasingly sought out by consumers concerned about environmental issues, such as agricultural pollution, the loss of biodiversity, and soil conservation. Considerable research supports the validity of such value-based consumer choices, but there are other areas in which inherent trade-offs exist because the current performance of organic systems often does not match that of conventional systems, such as in yield per unit of land, labor efficiency and costs of production. Further, organic standards may not explicitly or sufficiently address important concerns about climate change, animal welfare and the quality of life provided to farmers, farm workers and others in the supply chain. As our understanding of the agroecology and food systems develops how is organic farming changing and evolving? Additionally, what role can organic farming and related movements play in addressing the many and complicated food-system challenges facing society?
Pages: XVI, 341 S.
Edition: Printed Edition of the Special Issue Published in Sustainability
ISBN: 978-3-03842-304-1
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Paper (German National Licenses)
Centractin is an actin homologue associated with the centrosome (1992)
[s.l.] : Nature Publishing Group
Nature 359 (1992), S. 246-250 
ISSN: 1476-4687
Source: Nature Archives 1869 - 2009
Topics: Biology , Chemistry and Pharmacology , Medicine , Natural Sciences in General , Physics
Notes: [Auszug] A monoclonal antibody (raised against a rough endoplasmic reticulum (ER)-specific membrane protein5), when used for expression cloning from an MDCK cell cDNA library6, consistently yielded fusion proteins having open reading frames with similarity to actin (for which the simplest explanation is a ...
Type of Medium: Electronic Resource

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