• Report of Pnb
    Their efforts have increased cocoa productivity and touched the lives of thousands of farmers. Hardly surprising then that the Cocoa tree is called the Cadbury tree! INTRODUCTION MANUFACTURING Companies use three main manufacturing methods: * Job production, to make one-off products. This...
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  • Prac Write Up
    o Dried Plain tree leaf (introduced) o Eucalyptus (native) o Silver mountain eucalyptus gum- waxy leaf (native) (1) (image3) • Matches Image 3 • Gauze mat • Bunsen burner • Tri-pod •...
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  • thar
    the centre of Madhyaloka, or the middle part of the universe, where the humans reside. Jambūdvīpaprajñapti or the treatise on the island of Roseapple tree contains a description of Jambūdvīpa and life biographies of Ṛṣabha and King Bharata. Jambūdvīpa continent is surrounded by ocean Lavanoda (Salt-ocean)...
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  • Michael
    exalbuminous seeds (found in many plants such as the legumes), | |the endosperm tissue is already absorbed by the time you examine a mature seed within the pod, and the 2 white fleshy halves in | |the seed are really the cotyledons (components of the embryo). The 2 sperm involved in the double fertilization...
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  • Chocolates
    Chocolate is a raw or processed food produced from the seed of the tropical Theobroma cacao tree. Cacao has been cultivated for at least three millennia in Mexico, Central and South America, with its earliest documented use around 1100 BC. The majority of the Mesoamerican people made chocolate beverages...
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  • Science Investigatory Project
    viruses, fungi; and a range of dissolved and particulate material derived from the surfaces that water may have made contact with after falling as rain. The standards for drinking water quality are typically set by governments or by international standards. These standards will typically set minimum...
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  • Jimmy
    heavily outside. The trees were being unrooted as the wind was so strong. No one dared to come outside because of the thunder that kept rumbling since the rain had started. It was almost 5 p.m. and it was time for me to visit my bestfriend, Jimmy. It was the promise that I kept since he died. I took the umbrella...
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  • Plantation Crops Production (Pomology)
    and Mrs T. T. Joseph-Adekunle COURSE CONTENT: What is a plantation? Economic importance of plantation crops. Climatic and soil requirements. Fruit tree propagation, selection and preparation of nursery site of cacao, kola, cashew, oil palm, citrus, coffee, rubber etc. Plantation / orchard establishment:...
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  • Lala
    PILOTING YOU FAR IN THE BLUE? THE RAIN THE RAIN THEY SAY,IS A M OUSE-GRAY-HORSE THAT IT SHOD WITH A SILVER SHOE. THE SOUND OF HIS HOOFS CAN BE HEARD ON THE ROOFS. AS HE GALLOPS THE WHOLE...
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  • Biology Discussion #1
    characteristic of the parent plant was the independent variable. For example, when plants with green seedpods were crossed with plants with yellow seedpods, pod color was the independent variable (1). A dependent variable is when the scientist will observe responses from any changes that were made to the independent...
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  • African Elephants
    40% of it and drink 30-50 gallons of water. Elephants eat an extremely varied vegetarian diet, including grass, twigs, leaves, bark, fruit, and seed pods. A young elephant must learn how to draw water up into its trunk and pour it into its mouth. Elephants can be found in just about any conditions...
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  • Mimosa Tenuiflora
    Mimosa Tenuiflora Mimosa Tenuiflora, or Mimosa Hostilis, is the scientific name of a plant more commonly known as the Mimosa tree or shrub. The mimosa plant is a fern like perennial that can grow up to eight meters tall given optimal growth conditions. The mimosa leaves are attached with a petiolate...
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  • The Legend of Sampaloc Lake
    fruits."Then, without further ado, the old woman came near one of the large trees. She stretched out herwrinkled, skinny hand to pluck a curly thick pod hanging from one of the lower branches.Upon seeing what the old beggar had done, the couple grew angry. They became so angry that theyhurried back to...
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  • Making Chocolate
    tied to the rain cycle, as it is in Africa. Fluctuations in growth cycle and harvest can occur because of changes in climate conditions. Harvesting the cacao pods is still done by hand, as the mature pods need to be identified and cut from the tree, without damaging flower buds, immature pods or the stem...
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  • Chemical Control and Salinity Tolerance of Invasive Species Acacia Nilotica (L.) in Puttalam Area
    successful to kill the tree. Species was found to able to grow in salinity levels ranging from low to high. KEYWORDS: Acacia nilotica, Chemical control, Glyphosate, Invasive species, Soil salinity. Puttalam to Kalpitiya, Anuradhapura, Kurunegala, Colombo and Mannar. The tree is beneficial for the...
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  • Design Project
    to the Bible (now the word "locusts" is attached not just to the carob tree, but to a number of other leguminous trees with pinnate leaves and oblong pods). As a sweetener (as well as food) it was used in Ancient Egypt. Carob pods were the most important source of sugar before sugarcane and sugar beets...
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  • trees in india
    Hindu literature describes a celestial tree as having its roots in the heaven and its branches in the underworld that unites and connects beings of every kind. Banyan is the National Tree of India. India's medicinal are no less diverse. Peepal, banyan (Bodhi tree), banana, and Tulsi are some of the plants...
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  • Moringa Oleifera Research
    a species of tree in the mulberry family (Moraceae), which is native to parts of Southern and Southeast Asia. It is believed indigenous to the rain forests of the Western Ghats of India. It is well suited to humid tropical lowlands and near tropical climates. Its fruit is the largest tree-borne fruit...
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  • Botany Research Article
    Characters: General description: PolyalthiaLongifolia or the Mast Tree belongs to the Annonaceae family, which is one of the largest families of flowering plants and usually known as the custard apple family. It is a lofty evergreen tree, native to India, commonly planted due to its effectiveness in alleviating...
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  • Mother
    Philippine mahogany (Engl.) |   | Philippine cedar (Engl.) |   | Red cedar (Engl.) |   | Hong chun (Chin.) | Botany Kalantas is a large forest tree. Leaves are alternate, oddly pinnate, 30-50 centimeters long or longer. Leaflets are smoothy or hairy along the nerves below, oblong or broadly lanceolate...
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