Biology

Report on Cowdung effect in Okra

Report on Cowdung effect  in Okra

INTRODUCTION Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) (L.) Moench is a member under Malvaceae family and is also known as Lady’s finger. It is an annual vegetable crop grown from seed in tropical and sub-tropical parts of the world (Tahkur and Arora, 1986).). It is well distributed throughout the Indian s.....

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Some Biological Aspects of The Australian Sheep Blowfly

Some Biological Aspects of The Australian Sheep Blowfly

Lucilia cuprina (Wiedemann) is commonly known as The Australian Sheep Blowfly. It is a fly of medical and veterinary importance, not only as an ectoparasite, but also because it causes myiasis in humans and other mammals, particularly sheep. Over 240 thousands metric tons of marine fishes are su.....

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Report on Medical College Hematological Parameters of Young Adult Student

Report on Medical College Hematological Parameters of Young Adult Student

Introduction Blood is a specialized fluid connective tissue in which there are liquid intercellular substances (plasma) and formed elements (RBC, WBC, Platelet) suspended in the plasma which circulates in closed system of blood vessels. it is red thick and slightly alkaline1  The normal total ci.....

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Report on Marigolds Bradford C. Bearce

Report on Marigolds Bradford C. Bearce

Report on Marigolds Bradford C. Bearce WVU Professor — HorticultureFamily: Compositae Scientific Name: Tagetes sp. Origin: South America-Argentina and New Mexico Classification: Annual, herb Use: Bedding plants, pot culture, edging, cut flowers Height: 6 inches to 4 feet Spread: 6 inches to.....

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Thesis Paper on Determinants of Exclusive Brest Feeding

Thesis Paper on Determinants of Exclusive Brest Feeding

Background: The creator has made the provision of only one food from the human body and that is breast milk. There were three determinants of good health, nutrition and child survival. Those are food security, care and disease control.                Breastfeeding is an optimal infa.....

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