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Plant Diversity and Angiosperms in India

INTRODUCTION Angiosperms or flowering plants (also called Angiospermae, Magnoliophyta, or Anthophyta) are the most diverse group of the plant kingdom, comprising of about 2,50,000 species in 350 families (Kenrick, 1999). Flowering plants are by far the most numerous, diverse, and “successful” extant plant group, containing well over 95% of all land plant species alive today […]

Pages: 30 Words: 8880 Topics: Biodiversity, Natural Environment

Strombidae Protected Fisheries

Chapter 1. Introduction 1.1 Strombus gigas, A Threatened But Protected Species 65 species of Strombidae are still in existence and the majority of those are found in the Indo-Pacific Oceans (ConchNews). 6 species of Strombidae are found throughout the Caribbean and Florida oceans (McCarthy, 2007): S. alatus, S. costatus, S. gallus, S. gigas, S. pugilis, […]

Pages: 21 Words: 6150 Topics: Biodiversity, Fishing, Natural Environment, Oceanography
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Resident’s Perceptions of the Environmental Impacts of Tourism in Mauritius

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Tourism has become the main focus for countries mainly for Small Island developing states and has affected residents in terms of economic, socio-cultural and environmental impacts. So, there is a need to understand how local resident’s perceptions contribute towards tourism. The purpose of the study is mainly to provide a theoretical basis […]

Pages: 49 Words: 14643 Topics: Biodiversity, Natural Environment, Research, Sustainability, Sustainable Tourism

Diversity Management Strategies for Nike

With the concept of globalization, the pace of changes is increasing faster than before. Due to the impacts of this concept, organizations are working hard to keep them selves ahead of their competitors to not only to enjoy desired market share but also to sustain it. These organizations are also continuously changing to satisfy the […]

Pages: 12 Words: 3567 Topics: Affirmative Action, Biodiversity, Discrimination, Economy, Employment, Human Resource Management

The Sixth Mass Extinction

The Sixth Mass Extinction The mass extinction of certain animal species and plants that is facing the Earth today has been compared to, although some scientists suspect worse than, the extinction of the dinosaurs. The annihilation of the dinosaurs was caused by the collision of a  large asteroid with the Earth. This current mass extinction, however, […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2469 Topics: Biodiversity, Endangered Species, Extinction, Global Warming, Human, Nature, Polar Bear, Population

Things that Can Help End World Hunger

Genetically modified foods have become present everywhere over the past few years. It is a breakthrough that allows humans to change and add manipulated genes to crops or alter or replace a gene to get a wanted trait, but it has turned into a heavily debated issue, especially for developing countries. Some people believe that […]

Pages: 2 Words: 638 Topics: Biodiversity, Biotechnology, Food And Drink, Genetic Engineering, Genetically Modified Crops, Poverty, World Hunger

What Will Happen if Endangered Species Become Extinct?

Definition: When we hear the word extinct,the first thing that springs to mind are animals that existed millions of years ago that we have never seen,such as dinosaurs and giant sharks.so when the members or individuals of certain group die out we will say that extinction has taken place. There are two different types of […]

Pages: 2 Words: 584 Topics: Animals, Biodiversity, Earth, Ecosystem, Endangered Species, Extinction, Human, Plant

Parents Shouldnt be Able to Change the Genetics of their Baby

Genetics It is no doubt that human anatomy is a very intriguing and complex matter. The human body is composed of a wide variety of genes that possess certain traits. It is these genes that determine the make-up of a person’s body, as they play a big role in determining the traits and attributes of […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1393 Topics: Biodiversity, Genetic Engineering, Human

Human Impact

Discuss about differences between non-renewable and renewable resources and give at least two examples for these resources. Non-renewable and renewable resources differentiate in the name itself. Renewable, meaning that it is a source you can use over and over. Non- renewable means you cannot, and these resources are very limited. Things like coal and oil […]

Pages: 2 Words: 652 Topics: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Deforestation, Environmental Issues, Environmental Science, Human Impact On The Environment, Natural Environment, Natural Resources, Nature, Sustainable Development, Water

Main Cycles: Nitrogen Cycle, Carbon Cycle, Photosynthesis, and the Water Cycle

“Every day, up to 150 species are lost.” That is the conclusion of U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity scientists. We, as the smartest species in the world, are not treating our fellow species wisely. We dominate them and make them vanish every single hour. Humans do not realize that biodiversity is the most vital feature […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1457 Topics: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Ecosystem, Extinction
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