How Sun Love Moon

In a world full of heartless people who would have thought there could be one person who will love you for being you. Who is willing to do anything just to see the smile in your face. That’s what sun did for a moon. As I was gazing upon the sky I thought of a … Read more

Flowering plants (angiosperms)

Flowering plants (angiosperms) have ovules and seeds completely enclosed within carpels. The term angiosperms is derived from two Greek words angeion, meaning “vessel”, and sperma, meaning “seed”. The vessel is the carpels that become ovaries that become fruits. There is one phylum of flowering plants (Magnoliophyta) and it is divided into two classes which are … Read more

Essential Oils From Leaves And Bulbs Of Crinum Jagus

Essential oils from leaves and bulbs of Crinum jagus (Th.) D. (Fresh and air dried): Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry analysis, cytotoxic and free radical scavenging activitiesChemical composition and brine shrimp lethality of essential oils from different parts of Crinum jagus (Thompson) Dandy: Comparison between fresh and air-dried of leaves and bulbs. A comparative study of essential … Read more

"The Trees" – How does Larkin memorably portray the thoughts and feelings of the speaker?

In the first stanza, through the portrayal of the growing trees as both cheerful and melancholy, the speaker purposefully reveals the meaninglessness of life. Larkin illustrates the trees as “coming into leaf”. He uses the “leaf” as a symbol of life and conveys a connotation of hope and life. Through this, he establishes an image … Read more

Analysis of the Theme of Escape as Illustrated by Nathaniel Hawthorne in Young Goodman Brown and Washington Irving’s, Rip Van Winkle

The Wilderness in Young Goodman Brown and Rip Van Winkle In the both of the two stories, Young Goodman Brown and Rip Van Winkle, the main characters are normal and innocent people who wander off into the woods, then fall asleep or enter a trance. Once the characters return from the woods, the world seems … Read more

The Midwestern Landscapes of Willa Cather and Mary Austin

Many authors have been inspired to write by their environments, beautifully rendering their scenery with their words. Willa Cather and Mary Austin are two examples of such authors, who recreate the vast expanses of the Midwest’s grassy fields and rolling hills. Cather and Austin were both Modernist authors, telling their stories with less concern for … Read more

The Effect of Eucalyptus Oil on Pests and Weeds

Outline of research: Over a time period of three months an experiment will be carried out to investigate the effects of Eucalyptus oil on weeds and possibly pests. An area with plants affected by pests and weeds will be found by looking for damage to plants affecting their growth. Then drops of Eucalyptus oils will … Read more

Health Benefits Of Okra

There are multiple health benefits and splendid nutritional value of okra. Distinct parts of okra plant can be used for multiple purposes. Usually it is used in salads, stews and soup in fresh, dried and fried form. Some peoples used it as a healthy substitute for coffee as it lack caffeine its other application is … Read more

Smart Irrigation and Fertilization System

Abstract Smart Irrigation and Fertilization System is a software and hardware both application designed by considering basic needs that are required in digital agriculture system. This system can automatically irrigates, fertilized, pest control which reduces cost, labor, save energy and environment. It also can be able to communicate with users via wireless communications and also … Read more

The Effectiveness of International Cooperation in Addressing Transnational Environmental Issues

How effective is international cooperation in addressing transnational environmental issues? This essay will investigate how International cooperation work together, how effective the international community’s contingency plans have been at achieving environmental change in transnational issues. Transnational issues refer to threats to environmental issues that affect more than just one nation and their interests, instead its … Read more

Paddy Cultivation

Paddy is a type of grass which belong to cereals families such as corn and wheat. Cultivated paddy is considered as a semiaquatic annual grass. Plant height is ranging from 0.4 m to more than 5 min some floating rice according to variety and environmental condition. According to variety and environmental condition also differ in … Read more

Mineral sector governance

The growing failure of mineral prices on the international market, advancing debt crunch and declining revenue to finance socio-economic development in many African countries has refocused attention on how to efficiently and most favorably use the continent’s vast mineral sector through prompt application of the African Mining Vision (AMV). The Vision explores ways to stimulate … Read more

History of mimosa pudica

Mimosa pudica was first identified in Brazil. It is a perennial shrub which is now considered a pantropical invasive weed. Many plant species show two types of movements of the anatomical parts. Nyctinastic movements also known as sleeping movements, occur in response to changes in visible light. Seismonastic movements occur in response to other stimuli … Read more

Pesticides use in agriculture

Pesticides constitute a heterogeneous category of chemicals specifically designed for preventing; destroying, repelling or mitigating any pest.1 the broad term of pesticides includes both herbicides and insecticides. Pesticide describes hundreds of synthetic and naturally occurring chemicals designed or naturally produced to deter insects and other agricultural pests, including weeds. Numerous groups of pesticides can be … Read more

Leadership Theories In Retail Environment

Introduction The leadership approaches that managers take in running retail organizations influence the culture of the employees and the loyalty of the customers. The way the leader applies his personality and temperament influences the reactions of the employees and how they serve the customers in the retail context. Retail leaders focus on managing people and … Read more

Best Eco Friendly Cars

Global warming currently an earth related buzzword and a call for us to look further into reducing our total emissions into the environment. This reduction is the primary goal of sustainable living and it has become an even more desired lifestyle change in recent times. A¾ tràn¾ðîrtàtiîn àññîunt¾ for thå màjîritó îf daily carbon åmi¾¾iîn¾ … Read more

Crater Lake National park

Quote: “Crater lake. Still defies the limited power of the words to convey the full range of its magic”. Paul M Crater lake national park is an important historical event Social history: John Wesley Hillman, Henry Klippel, and Isaac Skeeters were in search of the legendary “Lost Cabin” gold mine when they came upon the … Read more

Oscillating tool for plumbing

Power-tool or Multi-tool is the name which can be given to oscillating tool for plumbing. This tool runs on both Mains (DC) or Battery (AC). The name”multi-instrument” is a reference to the many capacities that this apparatus can perform within the scope of connections accessible. Utilization of balance in a fitted edge enables the instrument … Read more

Review Of the Documentary “Under the Dome” And the Risks Associated With Air Pollution in China

The “Under the Dome” documentary exposed the harshness of China’s air pollution crisis. It showed the damaging effects that it is having on the millions of people that inhabit the area and exposes the companies that are responsible for allowing it to happen. This stems from oil and petroleum companies having an extreme amount of … Read more

The quantitative trait

A quantitative trait is a measurable phenotype that depends on the cumulative actions of many genes and the environment. These traits can vary among individuals, over a range, to produce a continuous distribution of phenotypes. Every one of the characteristics that we have concentrated to date fall into a couple of particular classes. These classes … Read more

Captive Killer Whales

In captivity, many orcas suffer from poor physical and mental health. In the wild, they can easily travel 50 to 100 miles a day. However, in captivity, a typical tank is only twice their size, forcing the animals to swim in small circles or float aimlessly. “The stress of captivity can drive orcas and other … Read more

Jon Krakauer’s View of the Role of the Badlands as Depicted in His Book, Into the Wild

Properties of the Wilderness The wilderness is composed of a variety of landscapes that are both captivating and treacherous in nature. Such environments inspired Chris McCandless to substitute his life of conformity for spontaneity, and to trek across the country unto his death. Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer retraces McCandless’ obscure journey across North … Read more

How Invasive Species Affect the Ecosystem

There are many things that impact the environment and the ecosystems within them. Some of the impacts are beneficial, while others tear the ecosystem apart such as climate change, overpopulation and invasive species. While some of these events are natural many of these events are caused by the human population. In chapter five of Environmental … Read more

Scrap metal

Scrap metal originates both in business and residential environments. Typically a “scrapper” will advertise their services to conveniently remove scrap metal for people who don’t need it. Scrap is often taken to a wrecking yard (also known as a scrapyard, junkyard, or breaker’s yard), where it is processed for later melting into new products. A … Read more

The Power of Change

THE POWER OF CHANGE Darya Fowler The Power of Change A large population of the world believes that the consumption of animal products is the healthiest lifestyle. From childhood, humans are taught that eating animal products is healthy while eating foods like grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables is less important. People become accustomed to needing … Read more

What Is Donovanosis, A So-Called ‘Flesh Eating’ Sexually Transmitted Infection?

There are some bacteria in the environment that are so pervasive and detrimental as the disease process caused by them made it looks like we are getting eaten by an unseen entity typically known as the flesh-eating microbial agents. Among all of the sexually transmitted diseases, donovanosis can be considered as one of the flesh-eating … Read more

Lava Domes: what is it?

Lava domes are found in volcanic regions throughout the world. They are unique and different in a lot of ways than other volcanic activities. According to openei.org, “Lava domes, also known as volcanic domes, are bulbous mounds formed via the slow eruption of viscous lava from a volcano.” For example, lava domes can be compared … Read more

Four Fundamental Forces Article

There are four fundamental forces of nature. The four forces are gravitational force, Electromagnetic Force, Weak Nuclear Force, and Strong Nuclear Force. These four forces have strengths with Strong Nuclear Force being the strongest, but has the shortest range. Then it would be Electromagnetic Force which is strong and has infinite range. Next is the … Read more

The Abiotic and Biotic processes

Photosynthesis, the process by which green plants and certain other organisms transform light energy into chemical energy. During photosynthesis in green plants, light energy is captured and used to convert water, carbon dioxide, and minerals into oxygen and energy-rich organic compounds. It would be impossible to overestimate the importance of photosynthesis in the maintenance of … Read more