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  1. This book is meant for farmers and other practical people with the ability to quickly analyze, adapt and implement new ideas. This is mainly an idea book, meant to make you question the established way of doing things and start thinking on your own.  
  2. 1979-01-01 This book is an introductory text for undergraduate students in plant physiology or experimental botany. It presents current ideas about how plants function in narrative form, uncluttered with complex metabolic pathways or biochemical mechanisms.  
  3. The purpose of this book is to help identify and explain the uses of important trees. It is hoped that it will be useful to forestry and agricultural extension workers, National Range Agency and Ministry of Agriculture personnel and NGOs or International Agencies interested in Somali forestry.  
  4. This textbook is a flexible source from which teachers may select techniques for creating a learning environment that is appropriate for their students and the specific teaching situation.  
  5. This text is designed to be used in an introductory botany or biology course. As our knowledge of plants has grown, so has our need to know more about them, so knowledge has expanded rapidly during recent years. It follow the levels of organization of biological thought, beginning with molecules...  
  6. Plant Physiology, Fourth Edition represents an introduction to plant physiology. It blendsresearch with a sense of historical perspective and does so in a book of manageable size that is designed with the needs of the beginning student in mind.  
  7. This publication outlines practices applicable to the prevention of disease in poultry, and second, to deal with the more important disease to which poultry are susceptbile.  
  8. Overzealous and indiscriminate use of many synthetic pesticides during recent decades in the control of plant pests has resulted in a number of environmental and toxicological problems. Reducing the release of synthetic chemicals into the environment requires that alternative sources of chemicals...  
  9. From a foundation in the methods and success of biological control (Chapter 1), its implementation and cost (Chapter 2) and its probability of success (Chapter 3), we have developed in this chapter specific priorities for biological control programmes in the major crops of developing countries....  
  10. All countries have animals that are raised as a source of nutrition. It may be an individually raised animal, or a small herd, that meets the need of meat protein for the people. With this comes a means of slaughter. The proper methods for preparation of meat for human consumption are important...