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  • Effects Of The Green Revolution

    These genes were responsible for the reduction in lodging (Hedden, 2003). Table 2 Changes in production input in India, Pakistan and china due to the green revolution adapted from (Wu & Butz, 2004). Changes in Product Quality The green revolution started with the intention of increasing yields and yield stability. However, with time wheat exportation became significant for many countries which makes it competitive on the global market. many importers are very specific on the quality of the product they receive (Trethowan et al., 2007). Initially, the semi-dwarf HYV led to a decrease in protein. It was concluded this occur because of the performance difference in the lines used to obtain the semi-dwarf, the protein was diluted in the high concentration of carbohydrates. Never the less as breeding continued protein and net weight has increase insignificantly but the maintaining or improving these values was a significant achievement during genes manipulations to increase yields. As time progress, greater knowledge in the genetic control of yield and quality was understood and successful efforts were made to improve same (Trethowan et al.,…

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  • Dialect In The Classroom: Linguistic Research

    The issue of dialect and education and, in particular, what dialect is correct to use in the classroom has generated a debate in schools. “Linguistic research defines a dialect, or language variety, as a variety of a language that is associated with a particular regional or social group.” Contrary to popular belief, dialect is not a lesser or ungrammatical way of speaking. All dialects are logical even though they may vary in pronunciation, grammar, or vocabulary (Godley, Sweetland, Wheeler,…

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  • Walmart Supply Chain Analysis Paper

    Introduction Sam Walton, founder of Wal-Mart in rural Bentonville, Arkansas and was a business genius and a true visionary of retail and merchandising that revolutionized the way retailers operate. Sam opened up warehouse type stores by the name of Wal-Mart Discount City, which led to the development not known until the late 1980’s to late 1990’s of what and how big Wal-Mart would become. Wal-Mart became the world’s leading retailer by mastering the art of their very own supply chain through…

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  • Benefits Of Cabernet Sauvignon

    the soil is acidic that means magnesium will be low and will were eventually not be available for growth of vines. Even when there is high potassium, the magnesium is easily corrected with nutrient deficiency (Jogaiah, S., Kitture, A., Sharma, A., Sharma, J., Upadhyay, A., et al., 2015). The rootstock 1103p is also a benefit to dense environments and it well suited for the Cabernet Sauvignon vine. It also has a variety of leaves and colors all over the soil. This sensation helps the tips grasp…

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  • Utama Shopping Center Case Study

    Built with seamless connectivity in mind, 1 Utama is interconnected to luxurious 5-star One World Hotel and high-rise offices Plaza IBM, KPMG Tower and 1 First Avenue via comfortable covered walkways for an integrated work-and-play environment. With over 10,000 car park bays, shoppers can opt to park at 1 Utama's multi-storey car park, open-air Dataran car park, or even at adjoining office towers and hotel. The Old Wing of One Utama was fortunate enough to have a main entrance that opens to…

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  • Bad Customer Service In Retail Stores

    Poor Customer Service in Retail Stores Introduction Customer service is about services to customers. Customer satisfaction becomes one of the most important factors that the companies are valued upon, especially in retailing. Bad customer service will have negative influences on businesses and even affect companies’ reputations. Therefore, customer satisfaction is highly valued by companies. This paper will focus on poor customer service in retail: the causes, examples of retailers with failed…

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  • Walmart Marketing Strategy Essay

    INTRODUCTION Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. is an American multinational retail giant that was founded in 1962 by Samuel Walton. Walmart’s vision statement: “To be the best retailer in the hearts and minds of consumers and employees.” Walmart is headquartered at Bentonville, Arkansas, USA and is the largest private employer and biggest grocery retailer in the USA. It does business in almost 11,530 locations all over the world dealing in various variety of products and services. Walmart operates…

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  • The Accidental Asian Analysis

    Sometimes I am curious about what the many different groups of minorities feel like in the United States. For example, their struggles, emotions, and actions they choose to make while trying to adjust to a new environment. Eric Liu’s memoir The Accidental Asian demonstrates just that. It depicts the double consciousness, social structures, instances of identity confusion, and the agency a second-generation Chinese American experiences. In high school, he experiences the social structure of…

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  • Standard Arabic Essay

    the head (“ate”) precedes its complement (“a man”). In the process of analyzing Jordanian Arabic, I accumulated a variety of questions that I could not yet answer, but that I was interested in addressing in future interviews. Among these questions, several, such as whether movement was occurring within the recorded sentences, were significant enough that I immediately contacted the native speaker via the phone and obtained additional sample sentences to confirm or refute my hypothesis. Other…

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  • The Importance Of Entrepreneur

    closing profitable deals; At the end of the day all an entrepreneur wants is to make a profit, and supply their customers with quality merchandise, and for those of you who are not familiar with the term, self made entrepreneur, an entrepreneur is a business person who is the boss of his own business, empire or company, holding the title as The CEO who oversees the day to day operations within the business entity. Entrepreneurs are in charge of constantly raising capital for the business, carry…

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