Entre Ríos

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Entre Ríos

(ĕn`trā rē`ōs), province (1991 pop. 1,022,865), 29,428 sq mi (76,219 sq km), E Argentina. Paraná is the capital.
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Entre Ríos

 

a province in Argentina, in the interfluve between the Paraná and Uruguay rivers. Area, 76,200 sq km. Population, 821,000 (1970). The capital is Paraná. Entre Ríos is a leading area of agricultural production. Of particular importance are livestock raising for meat and dairy products, poultry raising, and the cultivation of oil flax and grain.

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The objective of the present study was to estimate isoprenoid emissions from Eucalyptus grandis forest crops in the Entre Rios province in the Mesopotamia region of Argentina.
So Burruchaga, a man from Gualeguay in the Entre Rios province of Argentina - best known for providing 60% of the country's rice - got me hooked on football.
Two days later we set off by car from Buenos Aires on a 5-hour journey through magnificent countryside outside the town of Concordia in Entre Rios province of Northeast Argentina.
In the last decade, CVC has been recorded in Concordia department, Entre Rios province (Costa et al.
Duck season in Argentina is May 1 to August 31, and the daily limit in Entre Rios Province is twenty ducks per day.
In Entre Rios province, a 70-year-old farmer was swept away by the Gualeguay River, when he tried to rescue some of his livestock from floodwaters and a man was killed trying to save a dog from a stream.
In March, another horse death was reported at the Jockey Club horse training center in San Isidro, province of Buenos Aires, within 48 hours after its arrival from a polo horse farm near Victoria (Entre Rios Province) (Figure 1).
In Argentina, this mite has been recorded from the central, northwest, and northeast (Villa Elisa, Entre Rios Province) area of the country, mainly associated with A.