This work aims to do the study of the genetic variability of the local tomato.
The results showed that genetic diversity of local tomatoes is summed up into 6 botanical forms (round Red, round Violet, flat Red, flat Violet, elongated Red, and elongated Violet) among which round Red phenotype was the most represented (56.5%).
The food function is interdependent of all species sharing the same ecosystem. The way of which the man filled this function can disrupt and to disturb this middle strongly. In our survey, we left from the question: what impact can - it to have the man's food behavior on fauna and the emergence of the conflicts inter - communal? This question allowed us to fix us two objectives in our survey: to show the harmfulness of an essentially flesh-colored food behavior in farming environment, to show the risk of conflict emergence inter - communal. The result shows that the Ascagna monkey is at a rhythm the game the clearer soup elevated and the rarity of this game in some sectors of the territory brings the invasion of the sectors rich in Ascagna monkey and multiplies the incident between tribes. The very elevated rhythm of withdrawal is harmful as well as the access to this resources that becomes more and more rare triggers a competition inter and intra communal.
The present study highlights the indicators of performance of the school system of the province of Ecuador currently dismembered. It analyzes the indices pertinants input, process of schooling and those of output with regard to the unfavourable position that this province occupies in the questions of schooling of the children in the country. With this intention, the data collected in 2014 at the time of a diachronic study by the Cell Technique Provinciale for the Statistics of Education (CIPSE) and consigned in a statistical directory were the subject of an exploitation and a major analysis.
It proved with the finish that, although the pupils are registered in mass (rough rate of admission to the primary education is 154,4% and 44,9% with the secondary), they do not finish many enough (the rate of completion is 65,9% with the primary education and 20% with the secondary). Many are those which stop in the course of road (the rate of loss is 80% with the secondary and 34,1% with the primary education). Among those which leave the system at the secondary level, one counts more girls (89,5%) that boys (70,6%) and more of the children of the rural mediums that those of the urban environments. The coefficient of effectiveness is estimated at 65,9% at the primary school when it is 20% only at the secondary school. The IRR classifies the new provinces in two groups. On a side less provided education for provinces and the most provided education for other.
The present work aims to study the legal instruments of the Democratic Republic of Congo on the management of chemicals to assess the level of their implementation. This descriptive study covered 31 legal texts, including the Constitution of the Republic, an ordinance-law, eight laws, a framework law, seven ordinances, seven decrees, six decrees and 21 international conventions. The results of the analyzes from the inventory of legal texts show that the country suffers from a problem of the implementation of these different legal texts in the management of chemicals. Thus, for rational management of these products in DR Congo, state authority in control over the life cycle of chemicals (from import to waste management) should be strengthened and a regulatory authority.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the quantity of slaughtered animals and the seizure patterns of red meat produced in the three slaughter areas of the rural commune of Falmey in Niger. These are the slaughter areas of Falmey, Bomba and Belindé over a period of seven months (from 1 January to 31 July 2018). The methodology adopted in this study is divided into two stages. The first step (live phase) is devoted to the determination of the origin of the animals, assessment of their numbers and the control of the health status of the animals by an ante-mortem inspection. The second stage (dead phase) is that of the control of the safety of meat and viscera by a post mortem inspection. Three species of domestic ruminants (3176 goats, 512 sheep and 478 cattle) were slaughtered. 100% of these animals came from local farms. At the level of the goat species 509 organs were seized including 38.11% intestines, 32.02% livers, 20.63% lungs. Similarly, in sheep and cattle livers and intestines remain the most seized organs because of putrefaction due to the delay of stripping operations. An organization of the slaughtering activities is necessary in order to reduce the putrefaction of the viscera. The municipal authorities as well as the parent ministry must support the slaughter areas with state-of-the-art equipment and technicians.