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  • Cause And Effect Of Plant Disease

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    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION ________________________________________ 1.1 INTRODUCTION Every gardener and farmer plants with hopes for wonderful flowers, fruits or vegetables, but due to disease causing organism plants get sick and dies hence their hopes also dies. The study of plant disease is very important as they cause loss to the crops, which affects the cultivation and produce. The disease causing factors are biotic (living), abiotic (non-living) or the combination

  • Advantages Of Genetically Modified Crops

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    The Advantages of GMO crops • Genetically modified crops have shorter maturation periods, meaning they can be harvested much faster and in shorter intervals. Therefore farmers can produce more crops in shorter time frames and increase their profitability • Genetically modified crops make agriculture more sustainable. • Due to the short maturation periods, soil salinity decreases as the crops don’t spend as long taking nutrients and minerals out of the soil. • Genetically modified crops are made to

  • The Vibrant Tradition and History of Niger Compare to the Current Bleak Economic Situation

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    Niger, home of the free flowing Niger River is a Sub-Saharan country. Sadly it is an extremely poor country. With part of the country desert and less than 3% open for crop use. The present economic situation is bleak at best. Yet, the vibrant tradition and history of this country live today in its tribes and its people even through all of its adversities. From severe droughts to military coups to a dysfunctional government to the culture has stayed strong. Niger is one of the most poorly located

  • Impacts On Insect Bio Ecology

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    Impacts on insect bio-ecology Phonological asynchrony The major impact of elevated temperature is the associated advancement in the phenology of life history events for many plant and animal species which ultimately results in disruption of synchrony between the interacting pairs. Especially the specialists are more affected than generalist species. For example the spatial mismatch between the monophagous insect Boloria titania (Esper) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) and its larval host Polygonum bistortad

  • Disadvantages Of Human Cloning

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    The term Human cloning refers to artificial human reproduction, which Is the reproduction of human cells and tissue, or replication of a human thus making a copy of that human. Two commonly discussed types of theoretical human cloning are therapeutic cloning and reproductive cloning. To summarize the therapeutic cloning is the process where nuclear transplantation of a patient’s own cells makes an oocyte from which Immune-compatible cells (especially stem cells) can elicit transplants(Farina, A,

  • A Report On Green Tortillas

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    Chocola The drive to Chocola was on roads that were tended to and straight, the complete opposite of what everyone had become accustomed to. Miles and miles of sugar cane, coffee and rubber trees bordered the freeway. Large Dole or Del Monte semi-trucks made up most of the traffic. Although the region is very rural, it appears to have lots of potential. A tightly knit community, and a diverse range of potential crops to be grown in this area made this location ideal for the non-profit Semillas

  • The Chrysanthemums By John Steinbeck Essay

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    The story “The Chrysanthemums” by John Steinbeck, like many stories by this author, is loaded with symbolism and concepts about human nature. Each description of characters, places, and physical aspects is written in a way that is simple to understand, but one should not be tricked by his ordinary words since there is always a greater meaning behind them. In this particular story, if one considers the period of time when the story was written, which was the nineteen thirties, is perceived how Steinbeck

  • The Effects of Genetic Engineering on Agriculture Essay

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    The Effects of Genetic Engineering on Agriculture Agribiotechnology is the study of making altered agricultural products. Agribusiness is trying to alter the genes of already existing products to try to enhance the biocompetitiveness and adaptability of crops by enhancing plant resistance to drought, salinity, disease, pests and herbicides. They are going to try to enhance their growth, productivity, nutrient value, and chemical composition. The old way of doing this was through selective

  • Black Gram Cultivation Using Internet Of Things

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    Black gram Cultivation using Internet of Things (IOT) K. Upendra1, B. Adinarayanareddy2, Y. Vasanthi3 Asst.Prof1, KKR& KSR Institute of Technology and sciences, Guntur, AP, India. Asst.Prof2, KKR& KSR Institute of Technology and sciences, Guntur, AP, India. Asst.Prof3, KKR& KSR Institute of Technology and sciences, Guntur, AP, India. Abstract: Black gram is one the good pulses used daily in homes for breakfast in India. In this article we are going to use IOT technology for the cultivation of black

  • Impact Of Pesticides On The Parasitoid Coccidoxenoides Perminutus

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    IMPACT OF PESTICIDES ON MEALYBUG PARASITOID COCCIDOXENOIDES PERMINUTUS (TIMBERLAKE) (HYMENOPTERA: ENCYRTIDAE) Akshay Mahesh Bhosale Department of Agrochemicals and Pest Management, Shivaji University, Kolhapur-416004, Maharashtra, India. Email address: drambhosale@gmail.com Corresponding Address: Dr. Akshay Mahesh Bhosale Flat No. 402, Swami Sadan Apartment, Railkar Hospital road, Sambhaji Nagar, Loni-Kalbhor, Kadam-Wak Wasti, Pune-412201, Maharashtra, India. ABSTRACT: Coccidoxenoides perminutus