Keywords: article on botanical garden
The topic because of this essay is the role of botanical landscapes in seed conservation. The article will be divided into four main parts. The first part discuss about the botanical garden. This part includes the introduction, record and development, network and function of botanical garden. Second part will describe the value of place conservation and the global technique for plant conservation. The 3rd part is the role of botanical garden in seed conservation. The fourth part will be the exemplory case of botanical garden in Malaysia and its own roles in place conservation. The last part would be the summary of the article.
2. 0 Botanical Gardens
2. 1 Introduction
Botanical gardens or botanic gardens are usually well-tended parks exhibiting an array of plants labelled with the botanical names.
Identify and touch upon the economical and environmental impacts of transnational companies on recently industrialized countries you have studied.
The object of the survey is to examine the economic & environmental effects of the transnational organizations (TNC) on the newly industrialized countries (NICs) such as India, China, Thailand, Mexico, Philippine, Malaysia, Turkey, South Africa and Brazil
Since the mid of 1980s, the economical strategies of NICs include Singapore, Malayasia & Thailand show a amazing degree of meeting in a single impact-driven expansion strategies. They rely essential on transnational firms (TNCs).
Let us use the periodic table, which indicates the relative atomic masses of chemical elements. Hence, the relative atomic mass of hydrogen (Mr) is 1, whereas for helium Mr = 4. Helium is an inert monatomic gas, so M (He) = 10-3*Mr (He) kg/mol = 10-3*4 kg/mol = 0,004 kg/mol. Where do we begin when we are to speak about helium? Right, with the molar mass of helium. It is a well-known fact that this inert gas is the most stubborn of all gases. Its atoms in no circumstances do not want to engage with one another or with atoms of other elements. Exactly the obstinate unwillingness of helium atoms to interact explains why this gas was the last, which yielded to chemists’ efforts and succumbed to liquefaction (helium has the known lowest critical temperature T = 5.25 K).