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Bioko

an island in the Gulf of Guinea, off the coast of Cameroon: part of Equatorial Guinea. Capital: Malabo. Area: 2017 sq. km (786 sq. miles)
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papionis arrived on Bioko Island from the mainland through some third host, such as collared (red-capped) mangabeys (C.
The whereabouts of this specimen, which might constitute still another Avakubia species on Bioko, is presently unknown.
Administrative subdivisions: Seven provinces--Annobon, Bioko Norte, Bioko Sur, Centro Sur, Kie-Ntem, Littoral, Wele-Nzas.
His research team collected bush meat samples from Bioko Drills (Mandrillus leucophaeus).
Reduction in infection with Plasmodium falciparum one year after the introduction of malaria control interventions on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.
basis at Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, with pricing linked principally to the Henry Hub index.
The nation presents a unique challenge because neither mainland Equatorial Guinea nor the island of Bioko, which is part of the country, has sources of high-quality energy or infrastructure to support many industries.
By other accounts, the first African introduction did not occur until 1822, when the tree was established on the island of Principe, south of Bioko.
There are conflicting claims over the offshore Zafiro oilfield located near Equatorial Guinea's Bioko Island, in the Gulf of Guinea.
Worst off are the Bubi people on the island of Bioko.
In the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, drilling is in progress at three nonoperated wells, including an appraisal well at the Shenandoah prospect and two wildcat wells at the Bioko and Coronado prospects.
dollars in 2013 for the Program to Fight Malaria, which has significantly contributed to the reduction of the disease on the island of Bioko and has been recognized for its effort by the United Nations and the organization Roll Back Malaria.