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swachata ka mahatva पर निबंध  Introduction: Cleanliness is one of the good qualities. It is a part of our civilization. A man of dirty habits is far from civilization. So, with the progress of civilization man cleans himself more and more. He cleans his body. He cleans his mind and heart. He cleans all his action and manners. he cleans his soul. This will lead him to the highest form of civilization. But on the cleanliness of body, depend all other cleanings. Hence, cleanliness is considered so important. Usefulness: If we clean our bodies and limbs we will be free form many kinds of disease. Clean food cooked in the clean pot and served in the clean dishes, will give us health and happiness. If we clean our bodies regularly, our complexion will be brighter. We will look fit and smart. If we wear clean dress our mind will be happy. Cleanliness gives us a cheerful mind. We are more interested to write on a clean khata than on a dirty one. Hence, we write more and better. We like to read clean books. Hence, we read more and understand better. So, cleanliness brings us progress and improvement in all fields of activities and in all spheres of life. By cleanliness of body and limbs, cleanliness of all our articles of use, cleanliness of our dwellings and soul, we gradually move towards divinity. Hence, there is saying. "Cleanliness is next to Godliness". How to keep clean: In order to keep ourselves neat and clean, we should properly take daily care of ourselves, of our articles of use, of our dwellings and surroundings and of our neighborhood. We should clean our teeth and tongues two times a day in the morning and before going to bed. Beside, we should clean our mouth properly before and after each meal and each tiffin. We should was our bodies two times a day with soap and water. We should clean our cloth and shirts with washing soap everyday at the time of bath. We should sweep our house off all dirts. We should remove the filth and rubbish into a pit, dug out at a distance for this purpose. We should clean our beddings and lay them exposed to sun and air. We should look to the proper drainage and sanitation work of our house and the surrounding. We should wash our house and furniture with soda and water once a week. We should advice our neighbors to be neat and clean. Because we cannot be perfectly clean, if our neighbors are dirty. We should wash our latrines and urinals everyday with dettol and phenyl. We should get our hair cut and our nails pared at proper intervals. These are some important to keep ourselves neat and clean. Conclusion: it is really a matter of sorrow that most of our students are dirty. It is very sorrowful when we think that they keep dirty. Though they read science and hygiene. To make our countrymen neat and clean we should put ideals in the public institutions. So, our students should learn to keep themselves clean regularly.

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Nature is the superpower of the world. Humanbeing is such a small creature in front of vast, huge nature like sea, river, montains, sun, stars, earth and whole universe. Despite of its hugeness and powerful it remains quite. It doesn't need to show itself that it is so big. Yes, it does show that it does exists in the form of cyclone, floods, lightning etc. Like earth which give us place to live, breathe, see and to survive. Everything is going on the world is running by Almighty. Nothing happens in this world without the premission of Him. Every living creature moves because He wants him to move, to do work and so on. Animals, birds, insects, flies, sea animals, etc. are very greatful to God. Humanbeing is superior to everyone and He gave the power to human being by which he can meet the God. In my point of view the way of meeting the God doesn't show in the books but you need a Guru who tells you the way. I love nature, i would like to spend most of the time with nature looking at stars, sitting in the park, peaceful and quite places. Where ever i go and look at the trees everytime i think that i came over this place once before and i am so much familiar with the place. I love nature because it is created by God.

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Short Essay for kids My Grandmother (free to read). My grandmother is quite an old lady. She has already crossed sixty. Her years have now bent her back a little but have not affected her activities. She is tall and thin. She is gray haired and her humble and affectionate face is full of wrinkles. Her eye-sight, however, is quite good and she can read without spectacles. She is a religious lady. But her devotion to religion and God does not disturb rest of the family. She is the first to leave her bed in the morning. Before we get up, she has already taken her bath with fresh water. Immediately after bath, she goes to the nearby temple. We eagerly wait for her to come back, for she brings sweets for us. Even at this age, she is very active and hard-working. At times, we are surprised at her agility. She supervises all-important jobs in the family. Some she does herself. She is very affectionate and caring. We, her grand children, are attached to her more than to our parents. She is never cross with us. Her love for us is her passion. But she is equally generous to other children. My father and my uncle always seek her advice in all social matters. She is the most respected lady in our colony. Ladies, young and old, come to her for advice. Sometimes they bring their problems. In the afternoon many women flock around her. They feel flattered in doing her a little service. Sometimes she tells them her own experiences. They listen to her with respect. When we were little kids, our grandmother used to be such a source of joy! We used to wait eagerly for night because in the night, all of us snuggled near her and then she would tell us a story. In this way, we learnt some great stories of our scriptures like Mahabharat, Ramayan, Panchtantra etc. Like all old women, she has some orthodox habits but unlike other old women, she has a surprising quality to change with the times. Nobody forces her, but she herself has changed many of her superstitious habits. We all are thankful to God for such a loving grandmother.


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A role model is someone you look up to, who can have a major impact in your life. My father, Monish Inani, is my role model. My father possesses certain qualities that I admire. He is loving, caring, selfless, hard-working, a devote Hinduism, he displays good moral values, and he has taught me important life lessons. My father has been very patient with me; he has never given up on me and encouraged me to be a good model citizen. Throughout the years where I have been growing with my father, I have find out that he is a father that cares about people about having a good, health, and wealthy future where they don’t have to worry about much. Within him, the ones he most cares about is his family his children. He is a father that everyone time he feels that his children need advice about life and also doesn’t doubt in giving us advice. For example - At a point when I was failing in a subject of 12th standard, as I was not very good in academics. My father then had a long conversation with me about life; he told me that it would be smarter if I will study hard because, it would be easier for me to get a job and earn more money and that this was the best way I could help the family. He always tells us about what he went through because of not having the chance to concentrate on studies at all. By telling us this, he wants us to take advantage of what we have to have a better future. But what got my dad to where he is today was not from being lazy by no means but working hard and driving himself to become something better than what he was and to achieve his dreams. My father doesn’t only give advice about having a good future but also about morals. He always tells us that if I order for people to respect us we have to respect them at all times. To him having good morals is really important because not only does it make us do the right thing but also they will help us succeed in life. My father is a father that creates a great atmosphere..essays

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My grandmother is quite an old lady. She has already crossed sixty. Her years have now bent her back a little but have not affected her activities. She is tall and thin. She is gray haired and her humble and affectionate face is full of wrinkles. Her eye-sight, however, is quite good and she can read without spectacles. She is a religious lady. But her devotion to religion and God does not disturb rest of the family. She is the first to leave her bed in the morning. Before we get up, she has already taken her bath with fresh water. Immediately after bath, she goes to the nearby temple. We eagerly wait for her to come back, for she brings sweets for us. Even at this age, she is very active and hard-working. At times, we are surprised at her agility. She supervises all-important jobs in the family. Some she does herself. She is very affectionate and caring. We, her grand children, are attached to her more than to our parents. She is never cross with us. Her love for us is her passion. But she is equally generous to other children. My father and my uncle always seek her advice in all social matters. She is the most respected lady in our colony. Ladies, young and old, come to her for advice. Sometimes they bring their problems. In the afternoon many women flock around her. They feel flattered in doing her a little service. Sometimes she tells them her own experiences. They listen to her with respect. When we were little kids, our grandmother used to be such a source of joy! We used to wait eagerly for night because in the night, all of us snuggled near her and then she would tell us a story. In this way, we learnt some great stories of our scriptures like Mahabharat, Ramayan, Panchtantra etc. Like all old women, she has some orthodox habits but unlike other old women, she has a surprising quality to change with the times. Nobody forces her, but she herself has changed many of her superstitious habits. We all are thankful to God for such a loving grandmother.

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1 KNOWLEDGE EXPECTATIONS FOR PEST CONTROL ADVISERS: PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS 1. Be familiar with the general uses and classification of the following plant growth regulators: a. Auxins: i. 1-naphthalenacetic acid (NAA) ii. 2,4-D iii. 3-indoleacetaldehyde acid (IAld) iv. 3-indoleacetic acid (IAA) v. 3-indolepyruvic acid (IPA) vi. indolebutanoic acid (IBA) b. Gibberellins (GA): i. GA4GA7 ii. GA3 c. Cytokinins: i. CPPU ii. kinetin d. Ethylene/Ethylene releasers i. ethephon ii. ethylene e. Inhibitors/Retardants: i. abscisic acid (ABA) ii. ancymidol iii. carbaryl iv. chlormequat v. chloro IPC vi. daminozide vii. flurprimidol viii. hydrogen cyanamide (H2CN2) ix. mefluidide x. mepiquat chloride xi. paclobutrozol xii. prohexadione calcium xiii. succinic acid (SADH) I. PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS 1. Define plant growth regulator. 2. List the common classes of plant growth regulators. (auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, growth retardants/inhibitors, ethylene, others) 3. List the plant growth regulators that play a major role in: a. abscission; b. dormancy; c. fruit abscission; d. fruit ripening; e. fruit set; 2 f. leaf expansion [ethylene]; g. plant senescence; h. root initiation; i. seed germination; j. stem elongation. 4. Recognize that plant growth regulators can act at low concentrations. 5. Recognize that plant growth regulators can have undesirable effects when applied at improper rates or times. 6. Describe how environmental conditions, the plant developmental stage, and plant condition (e.g., stress, fruit load), on their own or in combination, can affect the activity of plant growth regulators. 7. Compare/contrast the ability of a plant growth regulator or plant hormone to stimulate growth and retard growth in different situations. 8. Differentiate between a plant growth regulator and a plant hormone (plant growth substance). 9. Define: a. plant hormone; b. abscisic acid (ABA). 10. List the “classical” five naturally occurring plant hormone groups. (auxins, cytokinins, ethylene, the gibberellins, abscisic acid) 11. Describe how each type of plant growth regulator affects: a. seed dormancy; b. seed growth; c. vegetative growth; d. flower and fruit growth; e. organ abscission. 12. Describe the primary physiological processes in plants that are regulated by: a. auxins; b. cytokinins; c. ethylene; d. gibberellins; e. growth retardants/inhibitors. 13. Recognize that plant growth regulators interact with other organic compounds (hormones and other growth regulating substances) in plants.  Auxins 14. Define: a. auxin; b. 3-indoleacetic acid (IAA). 15. Describe the effect of auxins on plant growth. 16. List the primary uses of auxins as plant growth regulators and identify the crops on which they are used. (Reduces fruit drop, increases fruit drop, delays maturation, blossom thinning agent, sets fruit, enhances adventitious root formation, delays color development) 3 17. List the auxins contained in plant tissues. [3-indoleacetic acid (IAA), 3- indoleacetaldehyde (IAld), 3-indolepyruvic acid (IPA), 3-indoleacetonitrile (IAN), ethyl ester of indoleacetic acid (IAE)] 18. Describe the effect of auxin on ethylene and how leaf sensitivity changes as leaves age. [Younger leaves are less sensitive to ethylene than older leaves due in part to higher auxin levels in younger leaves.] 19. Recognize that auxins are also used as herbicides and give an example.  Gibberellins 20. Define gibberellins (GA). 21. Describe the effect of gibberellin on plant growth. 22. List the primary uses of gibberellins as plant growth regulators and identify the crops on which they are used. (cell elongation, cell division, overcoming dormancy, overcoming or breaking bud dormancy, increases or reduces fruit set, affects fruit shape, fruit maturation, delay of flowering in fruit trees, stimulates flowering and bolting in biennials, delays senescence) 23. Describe how gibberellins stimulate plants to overcome dormancy. 24. Recognize that there are over 100 different chemical structures of gibberellins but only a few are used commercially. 25. Compare/contrast GA3 and GA4GA7. 26. Identify the primary gibberellins used. 27. Identify the primary crop and use of GA4GA7. 28. Identify the primary use of GA3 in citrus.  Cytokinins 29. Define cytokinins. 30. Describe the effects of cytokinins on plant growth.  Ethylene and ethylene releasers 31. Define ethylene. 32. Recognize that ethylene is a gas. 33. Understand the relationship of ethephon to ethylene. 34. Describe the effect of ethylene and ethephon on plant growth. 35. List the primary uses of ethylene and ethephon for the crops on which they are used. a. citrus (fruit elimination, thinning agent, and postharvest degreening of fruit) b. cotton (increases lint strength, hybrid seed production, and boll opening) c. grain crops (induces fruit ripening, induces flowering, accelerates fruit and leaf abscission, promotes lateral branching, promotes shortened stems) d. pome fruit trees e. tomato and table grapes (advances ripening and accelerates pigment development or color accumulation) f. walnuts  Growth retardants and inhibitors 36. Define plant growth inhibitor (retardant). 4 37. List the materials that are primarily used as growth retardants and inhibitors, identify the crops on which they are used, and describe how they inhibit plant growth. (paclobutrazol, flurprimidol, prohexadione calcium, ancymidol, chlormequat, mepiquat chloride, mefluidide, AVG–aminoethoxyvinylglycine) [AVG is used on apples—delays fruit maturity to reduce preharvest fruit drop and improved fruit quality; pears—help maintain fruit firmness; and ornamentals—reduce flower senescence and flower bud abscission during shipping] 38. Describe the use of carbaryl as a plant growth regulator. II. PLANT GROWTH CONCEPTS 1. Define: a. abscission; b. apical dominance; c. apical meristem; d. bioassay; e. cambium; f. cultivars; g. dormancy; h. endogenous; i. locules; j. meristem; k. parthenocarpy; l. phenotypic; m. phloem; n. rachis; o. rest period; p. senescence; q. xylem. III. APPLICATION TECHNOLOGY 1. Define the following terms and describe their importance when using plant growth regulators: a. calibration; b. parts per million. 2. Describe the relationship between dosage, volume and efficacy when applying plant growth regulators. 3. Describe the importance of the solution’s pH when using plant growth regulators. 4. Describe how to determine the need for a surfactant when using plant growth regulators. 5. Describe how to avoid drift in the application of plant growth regulators. 6. Recognize that plant growth regulators can be incompatible with other chemicals when combined in a tank mix. 7. Describe how the following factors affect the appropriate dosage when using plant growth regulators: a. humidity; b. pH; 5 c. plant growth stage; d. plant condition (e.g., fruit load, water or disease stress); e. rainfall; f. sunlight; g. temperature. 8. Recognize the importance of reading and understanding the language on the label of a plant growth regulator. 9. Be able to interpret all terms and concepts on a plant growth regulator label. 10. Recognize that specific hazards are associated with some formulations of the following plant growth regulators: a. corrosive – ethephon; b. flammable – ethephon, gibberellin; c. eye injury – ethephon, gibberellin; d. skin irritant, may be fatal if swallowed or through contact with skin – hydrogen cyanamide; e. hazard to bees – carbaryl; f. potential to drift and undesirably harm target and nontarget plants – all.

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1 KNOWLEDGE EXPECTATIONS FOR PEST CONTROL ADVISERS: PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS 1. Be familiar with the general uses and classification of the following plant growth regulators: a. Auxins: i. 1-naphthalenacetic acid (NAA) ii. 2,4-D iii. 3-indoleacetaldehyde acid (IAld) iv. 3-indoleacetic acid (IAA) v. 3-indolepyruvic acid (IPA) vi. indolebutanoic acid (IBA) b. Gibberellins (GA): i. GA4GA7 ii. GA3 c. Cytokinins: i. CPPU ii. kinetin d. Ethylene/Ethylene releasers i. ethephon ii. ethylene e. Inhibitors/Retardants: i. abscisic acid (ABA) ii. ancymidol iii. carbaryl iv. chlormequat v. chloro IPC vi. daminozide vii. flurprimidol viii. hydrogen cyanamide (H2CN2) ix. mefluidide x. mepiquat chloride xi. paclobutrozol xii. prohexadione calcium xiii. succinic acid (SADH) I. PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS 1. Define plant growth regulator. 2. List the common classes of plant growth regulators. (auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, growth retardants/inhibitors, ethylene, others) 3. List the plant growth regulators that play a major role in: a. abscission; b. dormancy; c. fruit abscission; d. fruit ripening; e. fruit set; 2 f. leaf expansion [ethylene]; g. plant senescence; h. root initiation; i. seed germination; j. stem elongation. 4. Recognize that plant growth regulators can act at low concentrations. 5. Recognize that plant growth regulators can have undesirable effects when applied at improper rates or times. 6. Describe how environmental conditions, the plant developmental stage, and plant condition (e.g., stress, fruit load), on their own or in combination, can affect the activity of plant growth regulators. 7. Compare/contrast the ability of a plant growth regulator or plant hormone to stimulate growth and retard growth in different situations. 8. Differentiate between a plant growth regulator and a plant hormone (plant growth substance). 9. Define: a. plant hormone; b. abscisic acid (ABA). 10. List the “classical” five naturally occurring plant hormone groups. (auxins, cytokinins, ethylene, the gibberellins, abscisic acid) 11. Describe how each type of plant growth regulator affects: a. seed dormancy; b. seed growth; c. vegetative growth; d. flower and fruit growth; e. organ abscission. 12. Describe the primary physiological processes in plants that are regulated by: a. auxins; b. cytokinins; c. ethylene; d. gibberellins; e. growth retardants/inhibitors. 13. Recognize that plant growth regulators interact with other organic compounds (hormones and other growth regulating substances) in plants.  Auxins 14. Define: a. auxin; b. 3-indoleacetic acid (IAA). 15. Describe the effect of auxins on plant growth. 16. List the primary uses of auxins as plant growth regulators and identify the crops on which they are used. (Reduces fruit drop, increases fruit drop, delays maturation, blossom thinning agent, sets fruit, enhances adventitious root formation, delays color development) 3 17. List the auxins contained in plant tissues. [3-indoleacetic acid (IAA), 3- indoleacetaldehyde (IAld), 3-indolepyruvic acid (IPA), 3-indoleacetonitrile (IAN), ethyl ester of indoleacetic acid (IAE)] 18. Describe the effect of auxin on ethylene and how leaf sensitivity changes as leaves age. [Younger leaves are less sensitive to ethylene than older leaves due in part to higher auxin levels in younger leaves.] 19. Recognize that auxins are also used as herbicides and give an example.  Gibberellins 20. Define gibberellins (GA). 21. Describe the effect of gibberellin on plant growth. 22. List the primary uses of gibberellins as plant growth regulators and identify the crops on which they are used. (cell elongation, cell division, overcoming dormancy, overcoming or breaking bud dormancy, increases or reduces fruit set, affects fruit shape, fruit maturation, delay of flowering in fruit trees, stimulates flowering and bolting in biennials, delays senescence) 23. Describe how gibberellins stimulate plants to overcome dormancy. 24. Recognize that there are over 100 different chemical structures of gibberellins but only a few are used commercially. 25. Compare/contrast GA3 and GA4GA7. 26. Identify the primary gibberellins used. 27. Identify the primary crop and use of GA4GA7. 28. Identify the primary use of GA3 in citrus.  Cytokinins 29. Define cytokinins. 30. Describe the effects of cytokinins on plant growth.  Ethylene and ethylene releasers 31. Define ethylene. 32. Recognize that ethylene is a gas. 33. Understand the relationship of ethephon to ethylene. 34. Describe the effect of ethylene and ethephon on plant growth. 35. List the primary uses of ethylene and ethephon for the crops on which they are used. a. citrus (fruit elimination, thinning agent, and postharvest degreening of fruit) b. cotton (increases lint strength, hybrid seed production, and boll opening) c. grain crops (induces fruit ripening, induces flowering, accelerates fruit and leaf abscission, promotes lateral branching, promotes shortened stems) d. pome fruit trees e. tomato and table grapes (advances ripening and accelerates pigment development or color accumulation) f. walnuts  Growth retardants and inhibitors 36. Define plant growth inhibitor (retardant). 4 37. List the materials that are primarily used as growth retardants and inhibitors, identify the crops on which they are used, and describe how they inhibit plant growth. (paclobutrazol, flurprimidol, prohexadione calcium, ancymidol, chlormequat, mepiquat chloride, mefluidide, AVG–aminoethoxyvinylglycine) [AVG is used on apples—delays fruit maturity to reduce preharvest fruit drop and improved fruit quality; pears—help maintain fruit firmness; and ornamentals—reduce flower senescence and flower bud abscission during shipping] 38. Describe the use of carbaryl as a plant growth regulator. II. PLANT GROWTH CONCEPTS 1. Define: a. abscission; b. apical dominance; c. apical meristem; d. bioassay; e. cambium; f. cultivars; g. dormancy; h. endogenous; i. locules; j. meristem; k. parthenocarpy; l. phenotypic; m. phloem; n. rachis; o. rest period; p. senescence; q. xylem. III. APPLICATION TECHNOLOGY 1. Define the following terms and describe their importance when using plant growth regulators: a. calibration; b. parts per million. 2. Describe the relationship between dosage, volume and efficacy when applying plant growth regulators. 3. Describe the importance of the solution’s pH when using plant growth regulators. 4. Describe how to determine the need for a surfactant when using plant growth regulators. 5. Describe how to avoid drift in the application of plant growth regulators. 6. Recognize that plant growth regulators can be incompatible with other chemicals when combined in a tank mix. 7. Describe how the following factors affect the appropriate dosage when using plant growth regulators: a. humidity; b. pH; 5 c. plant growth stage; d. plant condition (e.g., fruit load, water or disease stress); e. rainfall; f. sunlight; g. temperature. 8. Recognize the importance of reading and understanding the language on the label of a plant growth regulator. 9. Be able to interpret all terms and concepts on a plant growth regulator label. 10. Recognize that specific hazards are associated with some formulations of the following plant growth regulators: a. corrosive – ethephon; b. flammable – ethephon, gibberellin; c. eye injury – ethephon, gibberellin; d. skin irritant, may be fatal if swallowed or through contact with skin – hydrogen cyanamide; e. hazard to bees – carbaryl; f. potential to drift and undesirably harm target and nontarget plants – all.

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