concerning the scientific cooperation between the Institute of Zoology of the Ministery of Science and the Higher Education of Republic Kazachstan and the Centre for Entomological Studies Ankara (Turkey) in Entomology and Biocontrol of harmful Invertebrata
September 1, 1999 Almaty
The problem of preservation of the biodiversity is one of the most important issues of biology both in Kazakhstan and in Turkey. In order to make a successful decision on this issue it is expedient to coordinate efforts of both countries in revealing species composition, biology, ecology and in the distribution of all components of the biodiversity. First of all, Insects are the largest and ecologically important group of animals. The major role in the preservation of the biodiversity is realized by a transition from chemical methods of struggling with the wreckers to ecologically harmless biological methods. For this purpose it is necessary to expand the works in revealing and the use of effective biological regulators of the pests.
We, Professor Dr. A.B.Bekenov, Director of the Institute of Zoology MS & HE RK and Professor Dr. Ahmet Ömer Koçak (Cesa) have made the present contract about the scientific cooperation on the following items:
Validity of the present contract from 1.09.1999 to 1.09.2004.
The Director of Institute of Zoology MS & HE RK,
Prof. Dr. A.B.Bekenov
The Director of the Centre for Entomological Studies Ankara
Prof. Dr. Ahmet Ömer Koçak
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