Impact of Urbanization on Population Abundance of Some Passerines

Passerines, part of the Passeriformes order, are omnivores found in tropical zones except Antarctica. They have three toe arrangements and are characterized by their 7.5-117cm body length. Passerin

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Analysis of Palynological Parameters of Selected Species of Famil

The Lamiaceae family is by far the most prevalent family in practically all global habitats. The Lamiaceae family is the biggest of the Angiosperm families. The family has roughly 236 genera and 7,

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