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translocate

(trăns-lō′kāt′, trănz-)
tr.v. translo·cated, translo·cating, translo·cates
1. To cause to change from one place or position to another; displace.
2. To transfer (a chromosomal segment) to a new position; cause to undergo translocation.
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Below these thresholds, compensation would be cheaper and more humane than translocating. For example, on average one jaguar Panthera onca may prey on 2.6 livestock heads/year, but the cost of translocating it would be equivalent to compensate for 15 heads.
The evidence we present shows that in the vast majority of cases, a well-implemented compensation scheme, associated with best herding practices, would be a more cost-effective alternative rather than translocating endangered carnivores.
Therefore, translocating nearshore conch offshore would, in effect, link these isolated environments.
The Tourism ministry ignored the KWS board of trustees' advice against translocating 11 rhinos to Tsavo East National Park, former chairman Richard Leakey said yesterday.
Over the years, conservationists and KWS have made efforts to reduce human-wildlife conflict in the region by setting up sanctuaries and conservancies like the Solio Ranch and even though they have made progress, migration seasons are always a challenge.For KWS, the move to reclaim the corridors not only protects human lives and also wildlife, but it will go a long way to bring down operational costs of translocating and controlling wild animals and compensation to residents for damages.
Assuming that HRs are recognized by olfactory receptors, their information could be transmitted to numerous tissues through receptor-ligand interaction, or to the brain by either activating the axon potential of ONs and trigeminal nerves or, in their nanoparticulate form, by translocating through axons of these nerves.
Managers should weigh the benefits and drawbacks of translocating gestating wildlife for re-introductions.
The topics include the Portuguese discovery of Buddhism: locating religion in early modern Asia, translocating religion in the Mediterranean space: monastic confrontation under Muslim domination, the mirror and palimpsest: the myth of Buddhist kingship in imperial Tibet, the meeting of the Daoist and Buddhism spatial imagination: the construction of the netherworld in medieval China, and locating the dialogue: on the topology of the setting in medieval religious colloquies.