Adding more detailed information to your Research Notes, such as region, country, area of research and other related tags, will improve their visibility by users searching for posts.
To add information to the table, select the ‘Add/Edit Submissions’ button above the display table. This link will take you to a separate table for information submission. Select ‘New entry’, to open a dialogue box for completion. Fill in all relevant fields then select ‘Submit’, and repeat for other submissions. Your record(s) will then be submitted for approval, and will appear in the table once approved.
Natural enemies are organisms which reduce the numbers of another organism, for example by killing them or reducing their reproductive potential. Types of natural enemies include parasites, predators and pathogens. The natural enemies table aims to show a comprehensive list of where natural enemies of FAW have been identified.
If you would like to suggest any additional Crowdsource tables for precise communication of research results, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can search for updates using keywords and refine the results using the filters on the right, which include post type, research category, region and other user-created tags.
There is a separate search on the Current Research page to allow users to find new publications and preprints on fall armyworm, derived from the CAB Abstracts database. Here, you can filter by keywords, authors, date, publication and location to find relevant published research.
Some organisations and researchers have their own systems for storing and sharing data, so there are no restrictions as to where project data can be stored. However, if the data you wish to share is not yet available in a data repository, we recommend uploading your file to Zenodo (https://zenodo.org/), which you can login to using your ORCID ID, and provides simple step-by-step instructions for uploading data.
Users of the FAW Research Collaboration Portal are able to engage in discussions and collaborations throughout the research process. Where appropriate, users are encouraged to share preprints on agriRxiv to make their findings immediately available to their scientific colleagues.
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