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Albizia falcataria Linn The plants of this species are natives of Guinea and Solomon isles. They grow up to 15 m high.

They bear creamy white flowers in terminal or axillary panicles 15 cm long. The androecium comprises numerous stamens with 1 cm long filaments united to form a 3 mm long staminal tube.

The anther produces celled polyads measuring Individual pollen grains have a cushion like swollen surface without depressions.

The central area of the pollen grain wall is marked by distinct rugulate ornamentation, gradually smoothening towards the margins.

Pollen grains are 3-zonoporate with sparsely present micropunctae Figs. SEM of polyad showing surface details Fig. Broad interspaces of pollen are seen clearly.

Enlarged SEM view of polyad showing exine ornamentation, major and minor surface depressions. SEM of equatorial view of pollen showing two elongated colpi.

SEM of pollen tetrad. Albizia lebback Linn The plants of this species are natives of India, Sri Lanka, South East Asia and South China.

They are usually grown as avenue trees for shade and have scented greenish white flowers. The trees can grow as tall as 20 m.

The flowers are in axillary, solitary or umbellate heads with numerous stamens, which are monoadelphous with 3 mm long filaments, which are united below to form up to 5 mm long staminal tube.

Pollen grains, which have been clinically proved to be allergenic are clustered in spherical polyads with 16 grains which are tetergonal.

Polyads when subjected to acetolysis may separate into pollen tetrads, which measure in The pollen wall consists of exine, which is indistinctly foveolate with low laminar and lowly raised muri.

Pollen are three zonoporate without depression Fig. Leucaena leucocephala Linn The plants of this species though natives of South America are widely grown in the tropics.

The leaves of these plants are used as fodder for cattle. The plants represent small trees growing to a height of m.

They produce creamy white flowers in axillary dense globose heads; solitary or in clusters of , only 10 stamens are produced per flower. The plants flower profusely from July to March.

The pollen grains produced in anthers are monads, their polar view shows them to be spheroidal or triangular. They show tricolpate apertural condition where colpi are broad and taper to rounded ends.

Pollen are 3zonocolporate wtih scrobiculate exine ornamentation Figs. Individual scrobicule with punctate lumen are surrounded by a thick annulus.

Pollen grains vary from They are straggling shrubs with an angled stem, pubescent-hirsute and armed with downwardly pointed prickles.

Flowers are borne in inflorescence, which is axillary, solitary or paired globose heads The flowers are characterized by a minute calyx and corolla with four pink petals united at the base.

The androecium consists of eight stamens having mm long filaments. Anthers have pollen tetrads, which are spherical or prolate spheroidal.

In the pollen tetrad both tetrahedral and isobilateral pollen arrangements are observed. Exine ornamentation is tuberculate, pores are ill defined Figs.

Pollen tetrads are Mimosa pudica Linn These spreading herbs with prickly stems are natives of South America but were introduced and naturalized in India.

Flowers are in axillary heads solitary or in clusters of , with cm long peduncles. Flowers are pink and 0. The calyx tube is 1 mm long and four lobed.

Petals are four in number. Stamens are four in number having 6 mm long filaments. Pollen are produced in tetrads and released to the air in the same condition after dehiscence of the anther.

Both tetrahedral and isobilateral arrangements are seen in the tetrads which are 7. Exine ornamentation is characterized by tubercules.

The central area of individual pollen grains is marked by tubercles, merging into the lateral ridges with completely fused tubercles Fig.

Prosopis juliflora sw Though it is native of North and Central America, it is cultivated and grows profusely in semiarid regions of both the northern and southern regions of India and the Middle -East.

It is often introduced for afforestation. The armed trees grow up to a height of 8 m. Branchlets are glabrous with Leaves are bipinnate with 1 - 3 pairs of pinnae.

Each pinna bears 15 - 18 pairs of leaflets, which are oblong, inequilateral and obtuse at both ends. The specific name Juliflora is derived from the Latin word juliflorous meaning blooming with catkins, which are axillary, solitary or in clusters of and cm long.

The creamy flowers in the catkin have campanulate calyx and five white petals, which are joined below to form a tube.

Stamens are 10, free having They are spheroidal or triangular in shape, radially symmetrical, subisopolar with 2-zonocolporate aperature.

Exine is punctuated, scrobiculate, formed into islands of various sizes and shapes. The valleys between islands have punctuated scrobiculate ornamentation.

Colpi have a circular operculum at the region of the ora. Pollen grains range from On the basis of similarity in pollen morphological characters they have been grouped in 5 groups and the same are illustrated in the form of line drawings in Figs.

In addition, pollen morphology of a few common temperate plants has been described below. These descriptions are supported by photomicrographs in Figs.

Quercus robur — Oak Oak trees are very common in the deciduous forests of Central Europe. The pollen grains are mostly suboblate, tricolpate measuring mm.

The pollen is mildly allergenic. Corylus — Hazelnut In Europe Corylus avellana and C. Corylus avellana is represented by a high shrub with a broad crown and several almost parallel stems.

The plants are monoecious with drooping yellow male catkins and small inconspicuous female inflorescences with brightly red pistils Fig.

The plant produces hazelnuts as fruits in autumn. The pollen grains are sub-oblate to spheroidal, m in diameter , triporate with large onci.

The pollen are allergenic with known cross-allergenicity with Betula and Alnus. Alnus — Alder The plants of this genus are found growing predominantly in north western Europe.

The trees are monoecious with flowers arranged in unisexual inflorescences. The plants flower during March-April and May. Sometimes trees start flowering during December Christmas time.

The pollen grains measure mm in size having a sub-oblate form with five pores around the equator, intine showing small clear onci Fig.

These pollen are highly allergenic, showing cross reactivity with the pollen of Betula. Porate: Phleum, Zea, Secale. Irregularly shaped: Carex, Rhynchospora, Phoenix, Juncus.

Triaperturate and irregularly shaped: Fagus, Castanea, Quercus. Netted and other spheroidal inaperturate: Salix, Populus.

Other Triapertuate: Rumex. Other inaperturate and irregularly shaped: Prosopis, Acacia. Other Triaperturate: Ricinus, Acer, Eucalyptus. Porate: Tilia.

Other Triaperturate: Nyssa Netted: Garrya, Fraxinus, Olea, Ligustrum Porate: Plantago major, P. CMYK 67 Fig. CMYK CMYK Fig.

CMYK 68 Oleaceae — Olive Tree Family Two predominant anemophilous plants producing allergenically significant pollens belong to the genera Fraxinus ash and Olea olive tree.

The latter one is also an important source of olive oil. Fraxinus excelsior is widespread in north western and central Europe.

Olea europea trees are common in the Mediterranean. Fraxinus flowers mostly in spring, during April and May. Olea europea flowers in May and June.

Pollen grains are sub-oblate, tricolpate, measuring about 20 mm in size and possess reticulate wall. Severe symptoms of pollinosis are observed from Olea pollen.

Betula — Birch The trees of this genus are a favourite with landscape architects on account of their ornamental value, white stems and drooping branches.

The trees are most dominant in Nordic countries forests, western and central Europe. The most common species of Betula are B.

The male catkins are pendulous, yellow green in colour. In contrast, female catkins are erect and green.

Normal flowering of this plant is from April to the first half of May. However, sometimes delayed flowering from May to June is also observed, particularly in Nordic countries.

Betula pollen grains are sub-oblate to spheroidal, triporate with small onci, measuring mm Fig. Chenopodium, Amaranthus — Pigweed Airborne pollen of Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae cannot be distinguished from each other and hence they are always mentioned together as they are morphologically similar.

Amaranthus is widespread in southern Europe. It usually flowers in summer. The pollen grains are spheroidal, pantoporate, with as many as pores and measure around mm Fig.

The pollen exhibit allergic sensitivity, but the significance for symptoms of pollinosis is considered to be rather small.

Artemisia — Mugwort Similar to Ambrosia, Artemisia also belongs to the family Asteraceae. It grows abundantly on disturbed soils.

The most common spp. The other two species A. In addition, the pollen of sage brush or Artemisia tridentata is known from the state of Missouri.

The pollen of ragweed and sage brush cause severe allergic symptoms. However, both these show a very high degree of cross reactivity. In addition, the cross reactivity is also shown between giant and short ragweeds.

It flowers from the end of July to September. The plant produces allergenic pollen, which are oblate, spheroidal, about 20 mm in diameter, tricolporate.

Rumex — Sorrel The plants of this genus are mostly weeds growing on wet soils found all over Europe. The plant bears red coloured, bisexual inflorescence often giving the meadow landscape a very attractive aspect.

Rumex crispus is the most common species. Pollen grains are oblate, spheroidal, tricolpate with narrow furrows, measuring mm.

Pollen is mildly allergenic. The other pollen which have been illustrated are Erica or Heather Fig. Pollen morphological descriptions of selected european plants have been summarised in tabular form in Table 5.

Name Grains Exine Furrows Pores Intine Artemisia vulgaris L. Mugwort Asteraceae Tricolporate, Spheroidal, Small Spring sedge Cyperaceae Inaperturate, pyriform, medium sized to large, length Fat hen Chenopodiaceae Porate, spheroidal, small Betulaceae Porate, suboblate or subtriangular, aspidate, small Ectexine thicker than.

Three, evenly spaced around equator, circular to slightly elliptical 2. Exine thinat these points Contd. Table 5. Name Grains Exine Furrows Pores Intine Interior endexine, surface smooth or slightly granular Galium mollugo L.

Great Hedge Bedstraw Rubiaceae Colpate, suboblate or oblate, spheroidal, small Cow Parsley, Tricolporate, medium sized Thick, ectexine thicker than endexine, comprising thick rods Juncaceae common rush Juncus acutiflorus Compound tetrads Hoffm.

Sharp flowered English Oak Fagaceae Tricolpate, oblate to spheroidal, smallmedium sized Name Grains Exine Furrows Pores Intine Interior Rumex crispus L.

Curled Dock Polygonaceae Colporate, oblate to spheroidal, small to medium sized Surface finely reticulate. Three, rarely four, longitudinal Goat Willow Salicaceae Tricolpate, oblate, spheroidal, small Ragwort Asteraceae Tricolporate, oblate, spheroidal, echinate, small Nettle Urticaceae Porate, spheroidal, small Seed plants can be simply defined as plants producing seeds.

The seed is an organ originated from an ovule. It has a resistant outer seed coat testa enclosing mainly a nourishing tissue called endosperm for the developing embryo.

Thus, ovule can be defined as a megasporangium nucellus containing a single functional megaspore embryo sac enveloped by coat integumant. In other words, an ovule develops into a seed after fertilization in seed plants.

In fact achievement of seed habit from heterospory is a very important step in the evolution of plant life. This is accompanied by evolution of pollen ultimately resulting in the diversity of plants.

Conventionally microspores produced in the microsporangia of male cones in gymnosperms are termed as pollen grains. Paleobotanical evidence shows that fossil pollen of almost all groups of gymnosperms such as cycads and conifers in addition to extinct pteridosperms have been well preserved in the sediments dating back to the Devonian period.

As mentioned earlier, basically the terminology used for describing pollen morphological characters in gymnosperms and angiosperms is the same.

In the present chapter only a brief account of pollen morphological variation observed in various groups of modern and fossil groups of gymnosperms will be given.

Fossil gymnospermous pollen have been extensively used in palynostratigraphy, which are of great significance in the exploration of fossil fuels such as coal and oil.

It seems appropriate to discuss pre pollen and pollen of pteridosperms or the seed ferns before describing the pollen morphology of modern gymnosperms.

The geologically oldest pollen has been reported from the Devonian rocks. This pollen is often referred as pre pollen.

It appears to have retained the morphology of spores and germinated proximally as do spores of vascular plants. Chaloner has summarized the distinction between spores, pre pollen and true pollen and their significance in plant 74 evolution.

There appears to be evolutionary trend from proximal emergence of pollen tubes proximal germination in pre pollen to distal emergence of pollen tubes distal germination in true pollen occurring in advanced gymnosperms.

There is a lot of variation in their size, ranging from mm in diam. There is also variation in their cellular structure; in some the cavity of the grain contains only two cells, while in others it contains as many as Nevertheless, it is almost universally true that the entire cavity is filled with cellular tissue with well-developed cell walls.

Many of the pollen grains of this group are found in the pollen chamber, which probably increased in size after reaching there.

Saporta and Marion have described pluricellular pollen grains in the pollen chamber of Pachytesta, which are mm long. In the pollen chamber of Aetheotesta, Renault described similar grains about mm long and without exines.

The pollen grains are thus fairly large compared to that of angiosperms. Cycadofilicinean pollen grains from the staminate inflorescenes of Crossotheca were one-celled and in all their characters which have been preserved, they are remarkably like many of the fern spores of today.

In an exceptionally well-preserved fructification in coal ball, Rothwell has shown the occurrence of pollen tubes in pollen Idanothekion of Callistophytaceae.

It seems likely that in the cycadofilicales the pollen grains left their anthers as single celled spores, and germination, or any extensive cellular proliferation, did not take place until after they arrived at their destination.

The next stage of the evolution of the pollen grains was accompanied by a reduction of the prothallial tissue until it became represented by two or three nuclear divisions without the formation of any cell walls, which took place prior to shedding, for example in the grains of cycads and Ginkgo, leaving the broad furrow, which had been provided to accommodate it a useless organ and very probably an encumbrance to the grain.

Their outer surface roughened by numerous closely placed, very minute, blunt points. Each grain is provided with a distinct triradiate crest, though this is often difficult 75 to see on account of the crumpling of the pollen grain wall Fig.

It is believed that the presence of the triradiate crest indicates that these grains were developed as members of tetrahedral tetrads. Nucellular tissue is not observed in any of them, but this may be due to the fact that they were immature when fossilized, since they were dissected out of unopened anthers.

Crossotheca höeninghausii is known to be the staminate inflorescence of Lyginodendron oldhamium Williamson. Stephanospermum caryoides: Grains found in the pollen chamber of the seed.

Grains ellipsoidal, flattened 91 x 72 mm provided with a wind like bladder, which completely encircles the grain looks like grains of Podocarpinae Fig.

Pachytesta gigantea Renault. Grains ellipsoidal, mm long and mm broad. One sees in the interior a number of walls dividing the cavity into a certain number of cells.

The grains do not have any exine Fig. The pollen grains of the Cordaitales are generally ellipsoidal in shape, rather large, measuring about mm in length, and with a characteristically roughened exine.

They are always provided with a single, deep, longitudinal furrow and exhibit a pluricellular internal structure. As compared with the grains of Cycadofilicales they possess certain rather striking differences.

There is generally a little less prothallial tissue, and its development takes place earlier. There is no doubt that the germination of cordaitalean pollen grains took place prior to their release from the anther.

These pollen grains possess a single longitudinal furrow, which appears to function as a proliferation chamber, enabling the prothallus to develop without rupturing the spore wall, as it did in the grains of the Cycadofilicales, which were without a furrow.

In the grains of Cordaitales the floor of the furrow became pushed up by the development of the prothallus within, finally separating from the rest of the surface of the pollen grain along its rim and opening as a lid, permitting the escape of the antherozoids.

But they still differ from the grains of the conifers in their pluricellular internal structure with welldeveloped walls partitioning off the whole device for their wide-open furrow.

Exine finely roughened. On one side are two deep furrows joining together at one end and marking out an elliptical shaped operculum by which dehiscence may take place.

The interior of the grain is divided into cells with thin walls Fig. They are boat shaped and provided with a single longitudinal furrow as in Cycadeoidea etrusca Fig.

Their prothallial tissue was much less extensive than in the grains of Cycadofilicales, or even of the Cordaitales but considerably more extensive than that of the Cycadales as in Cycadeiodea dacotensis Fig.

In size, they range from mm in length. They are thus generally a great deal smaller than those of the Cycadofilicales or even the Cordaitales a b Fig.

Showing two longitudinal furrows, b. Optical section of pollen showing multicellular internal structure.

In the development of their prothallial tissue and their size they thus occupy a position intermediate between the Cycadofilicales and the Cycadales.

Though they are found in the Carboniferous, they become more abundant in the Mesozoic. Prominent pollen morphological features of certain members of these orders will be described here.

POLLEN GRAINS OF CYCADALES In Cycadales the pollen grains are small, broadly ellipsoidal, boat shaped, with a single deep longitudinal furrow reaching from end to end, essentially as in the grains of Ginkgo.

The pollen grain is bilaterally symmetrical in the sense that its two sides and two ends are exactly alike; but its remaining two sides are dissimilar, since one of them bears the furrow and other does not.

When the pollen grain is dry, the edges of the furrow arch inward toward each other, tending to close the opening, and may even touch in the middle.

When the pollen grain is moistened the furrow gapes widely open as in Cycas Figs. In Zamia Fig. In Cycas it is minutely warty on the outside suggesting the flecked surface of the grains of Juniperus.

In the grains of the cycads the exine is thinner than in other grains. This one furrowed or monocolpate type of grain, besides occurring throughout the Cycadales, is characteristic of many Monocotyledons and primitive Dicotyledons for example the Palmaceae, Magnoliaceae and Nymphaeaceae.

Ventral view showing wide, longitudinal furrow, b. Longitudinal view, c. Optical section showing furrow.

At maturity they exhibit nothing of the pluricellular tissue, which characterized the grains of the extinct Cordaitales and Bennettitales.

The male gametophyte is reduced to nominally three cells, that is one vegetative, one generative and one tube cell Fig. Lateral longitudinal view, b.

Ellipsoidal monosulcate pollen, c. Median longitudinal section showing a single furrow. The furrow, on the other hand, is of practically the same form as that of the grains of the Cordaitales, except that there being no internal tissue developed within, it remains deeply invaginated until the pollen tube begins to emerge.

The pollen grains of Ginkgo biloba are similar in all their major features to that of Cycas but may be distinguished from the latter by their more elongated shape, smoother surface, and the slightly wavy margins of its furrow.

Three-celled male gametophyte. As compared with the grains of the more primitive gymnosperms, we find little trace of the pluricellular gametophytic tissue, which was very evident among the Cycadofilicales and Cordaitales.

In this tetrad the proximal pole ventral is toward the centre and the distal pole dorsal is away from the centre of the tetrad.

However in nonsaccate pollen, polarity of mature pollen grains is not very clear. The tetrahedral type includes both saccate and nonsaccate pollen whereas the bilateral type produces only nonsaccate pollen.

The pollen wall in conifers and other gymnosperms has an outer exine composed of sporopollenin and an inner intine consisting of hemicellulose.

SACCATE POLLEN In living conifers, pollen that develops two or more, usually hollow, extensions of the infratectum sacci, wings or bladders occur only in Phyllocladus, Pinus, Picea, Abies, Cedrus, Pseudolarix and Podocorpus.

The pollen lack sacci in Larix, Tsuga, and Pseudotsuga and Saxegothaea. The sacci are developed laterally from the body of the grain, that is their proximal limit determined by the limits of contact of the cells in the original tetrad as shown in Fig.

In saccate pollen of gymnosperms normally there are two sacci. However three sacci occur in pollen of Dacrycarpus, Microstrobus, and Microcachrys.

The inflated portion of the saccus is supported internally by the alveolar or honeycomb-like structure of the ektexine. The outer surface of the saccus is smooth but minutely porous.

The non-saccate pollen is essentially spherical or biconvex and of simple organization. The intine in this pollen is much thicker than the granular exine.

The pollen of Araucariaceae has a moderately thick intine and little differentiated sexine. The pollen grains are multicellular.

In the Abietineae, the wings when present are nearly always two, one on each side of Fig. While in the grains of the Podocarpineae, there may be 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 bladders, and in the pollen of one species of Podocarpus some grains have a single bladder encircling them completely like a frill.

But in both tribes there are genera with grains entirely lacking bladders. Similar wings are known to have occurred on the microspores of some Palaeozoic Cycadofilicales and Lycopodiales and still occur on the spores of some of the modern ferns and lycopods, and their presence among the Coniferales suggests the great antiquity of the group.

In , Lowell published his theoretical results of Planet X. It is ironical that this very same year, , two faint images of Pluto was recorded at Lowell observatory, although they were never recognized as such until after the discovery of Pluto Lowell died in The third search for Planet X began in April No progress was made in Tombaugh started his work in April On January 23 and 29, Tombaugh exposed the pair of plates on which he found Pluto when examining them on February By then Tombaugh had examined hundreds of plate pairs and millions of stars.

The search for Planet X had come to an end. Or had it? Planet X must, if it was causing those perturbations in the orbit of Uranus, be much larger than that!

Tombaugh continued his search another 13 years, and examined the sky from the north celestial pole to 50 deg.

Tombaugh examined some 90 million images of some 30 million stars over more than 30, square degrees on the sky.

He found one new globular cluster, 5 new open star clusters, one new supercluster of galaxies and several new small galaxy clusters, one new comet, about new asteroids — but no new planet except Pluto.

Tombaugh concluded that no unknown planet brighter than magnitude He could have picked up a Neptune-sized planet at seven times the distance of Pluto, or a Pluto-sized planet out to 60 a.

Early suggestions of the name of the new planet were: Atlas, Zymal, Artemis, Perseus, Vulcan, Tantalus, Idana, Cronus. The New York Times suggested Minerva, reporters suggested Osiris, Bacchus, Apollo, Erebus.

Many people suggested the planet be named Lowell. The staff of the Flagstaff observatory, where Pluto was discovered, suggested Cronus, Minerva, and Pluto.

A few months later the planet was officially named Pluto. The name Pluto was originally suggested by Venetia Burney, an year-old schoolgirl in Oxford, England.

The very first orbit computed for Pluto yielded an eccentricity of 0. This cast some doubt whether it was a planet or not.

However, a few months later, considerably better orbital elements for Pluto were obtained. The mass of Pluto was very hard to determine.

That made Pluto hopelessly inadequate to produce measurable gravitational perturbations on Uranus and Neptune.

Another short-lived trans-Neptunian suspect was reported on April 22 by R. Stewart in Ottawa, Canada — it was reported from plates taken in Crommelin computed an orbit dist Several other searches were made, but nothing was ever found.

Meanwhile Pickering continued to predict new planets see above. Others also predicted new planets on theoretical grounds Lowell himself had already suggested a second trans-Neptunian at about 75 a.

In , Francis M. Sevin suggested a trans-Plutonian planet at 78 a. He first derived this from a curious empirical method where he grouped the planets and the erratic asteroid Hidalgo, into two groups of inner and outer bodies:.

He then added the logarithms of the periods of each pair of planets, finding a roughly constant sum of about 7. His prediction stirred little interest among astronomers.

In , K. Schutte of Munich used data from eight periodic comets to suggest a trans-Plutonian planet at 77 a. Four years later, H. Kitzinger of Karlsruhe, using the same eight comets, extended and refined the work, finding the supposed planet to be at 65 a.

In , Kitzinger reworked the problem and arrived at new elements: dist After unsuccessful photographic searches, he re-worked the problem once again in , arriving at a mean dist of 77 a.

No such planet has ever been found, though. In R. Richardson found that an Earth-sized planet at A planet at In , Brady predicted a planet at This gigantic trans-Plutonian planet was also searched for, but never found.

Tom van Flandern examined the positions of Uranus and Neptune in the s. The calculated orbit of Neptune fit observations only for a few years, and then started to drift away.

Uranus orbit fit the observations during one revolution but not during the previous revolution. In Tom van Flandern became convinced that there was a tenth planet.

After the discovery of Charon in showed the mass of Pluto to be much smaller than expected, van Flandern convinced his USNO colleague Robert S.

Harrington of the existence of this tenth planet. They started to collaborate by investigate the Neptunian satellite system.

Soon their views diverged. Harrington started to search for the planet by brute force — he started in , and by he had still not found any planet.

If the planet is dark, it might be as faint as magnitude , suggests van Flandern. In , Whitmire and Matese suggested a tenth planet at 80 a.

However, according to Eugene M. Shoemaker, this planet could not have caused those meteor showers that Whitmire and Matese suggested see below.

None was found — from this Anderson concluded that a tenth planet most likely exists! JPL had excluded observations of Uranus prior to in their ephemerides, while Anderson had confidence in the earlier observations as well.

Anderson concluded that the tenth planet must have a highly elliptical orbit, carrying it far away to be undetectable now but periodically bringing it close enough to leave its disturbing signature on the paths of the outer planets.

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We destine to have teenagers identify with iphone early in lifespan because preferences and tastes form now can influence purchasing trends throughout their livesThe kind cause that I intend to support is the ill-doing and lack of manners that is so prevalent in young adults at present.

While it has become a popular practice for elder people to ignore or not to give oft thought to young people s sort and regard this as a passing cloud , I beg to differThe new-fangled incidents of fatal shootings all over America is the swiftness percentage point of a mountain of poor mannerisms that if not checked entrust result in lawlessness and social breakdownI would advocate a campaign for good manners first at the very bottom.

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The Time Machine. There were many myths and apprehend notions that were shared by readers during the s concerning technological advancement , science , and sympathy , all of which Wells comments on with Time formThere is a cipher among literary scholars that through the use of the title Time motorcar , H.

Wells not only popularized the term but normalized the concept of science of time travel , as in he made it believable. There are brace sides to this concept though.

In his article Time forge : in search of time future and time last prenominal hawkshaw Firchow describes how H.

If you wishing to desexualize a full essay, order it on our website: OrderEssay. Sunday, October 6, What Specific Goals On Personal Development And Learning Do You Hope To Meet Through Graduate Education?

How Does A Graduate Degree Fit With Your Career And Life Plans? What specific goals on ad hominem development and learning do you hope to meet finished graduate education?

How does a graduate point in time fit with your career and purport plansThe contingency that we experience today may awaken the passion that response lead us to our mission.

Life is a tragedy , a struggle , a mystery and a fulfillmentWhile I was in second year college , I was saddened by the wrong demise of a first cousin who was like a sidekick and a best friend to me.

He was murdered by whatsoever gang members. I could not fathom the prevalent opinion that his life story was taken away at a very prenominal young age.

When I saw his lifeless body , it was difficult to surmise how a person with so such prenominal dominance would brook a tragic end. Had he been alive p today , he would h ave touched galore postnominal lives and share the joys of musical accompaniment a meaningful life.

In those days , I snarl that life was a tragedyThe final stage of my cousin made me view life negatively. I helpless control of my own life and made unlawful choices.

Everything more or less me seemed to be in turmoil. I felt that the existence was against me. Being in an abusive marriage endowment get to a sick baby and loosing some maven who was so dear to me was too much to endure.

I contemplated on ta king my own life. I was fighting a loosing battle. Just when I thought that no mavin understood what I was passage through , my counselor called me to his king because he noticed the sudden changes in my academic carrying knocked out p My grades were getting low.

He asked me what was going on in my life I was too secretive about my in the flesh predicate life. After sensing his concern I managed to suffer strength and I told him everything.

M y life became an open book. He told me tha! I felt like he had plunged into my shoemakers last pool brought me up to the surface and resuscitated me back to life.

After the meeting , I could picture a twinkling prenominal in store predicate for me and my child for the first time after the tragedy.

Each struggling day gave me newborn lessons in life. I viewed life positively and near significantly I did not quit.

I perfect my Bachelors degree and from that point , I knew that I was a subsister. I tried to find answers to these speech sound off questions and I realized in the end that going through this pain is the best road to the hearts of the flea-bitten adolescents and outlaw offenders.

My cousin s life was taken by some kids who may not have the resources needed to be active in a constructive and nurturing environment. Instead of persecuting the offenders , I found If you inadequacy to get a full essay, order it on our website: OrderEssay.

The Ethics Of Insider Trading. The problem with early solid enkindle skyrockets was that only roughly a quarter by pitch down of their propellent was the dynamical fuel ingredient , while the remaining three-quarters was the trifling tying needed to form the engine.

Such rocket engines were passing inefficient in terms of the amount of driving for the weight of the engine. By contrast facile fuel engines offered advantageously much thrust for their weight , even determine the added weight of their fuel tanks and combustion chamber.

On the another prenominal baseball mitt , liquid fuel rockets were much more complex , and their instauration posed great challengesIn , the German array began to show lancinate interest in the loosely come off amateur liquid rocket projects , and Captain Walter Dornberger , the head of solid-rocket learn ing for the army began to assure German rocket builders at their severe facilities.

This task had genuinely been assigned to Dornberger in by the soldiery Ordnance incision. The army motiveed to develop a rocket undetermined of greater range than Germany s about powerful gasoline , the known Big Bertha railcar-mounted cannon , a heavy mortar-like mortar , which could plague shells for a distance of sixty-five miles.

The army as well needed that such a weapon be mobile by railway system car and fit with existing railroad tunnels. After Dornberger performed his survey of the German rocketeers , he began to blade offers to the best designers.

The most gifted was Wer ner Von von Braun , an apprentice of Oberth! Von Braun took the offer to hold in a research and cultivation program infra Dornberger.

He also enrolled into a PhD sort at this metre. Until Dornberger , rocket researchers in all major ip countries were using small amounts of money , runing in garages and doing their work during spare hours.

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Differential Equations Isaac Newtons Second Law. Isaac north - Pi nonp atomic number 18iler in Differential Equationsall a elementary schoolchildren be familiar with Mathematics as a subject of poem and operations on metrical composition.

As our pedagogics ventured frontwards our mathematical abilities grew. In High School , we are no longer confined to doing mathematical operations on numbers as we versed to add , subtract , reproduce and secern variables in a field called Algebra Later on , our mathematical world expanded once again as we intimate to manipulate something called blend ins.

As our mathematical abilities expanded so has our qualification to represent real world aspirations with mathematics. As children we exacted that two apples plus three apples equals five apples.

In profusely school , we learned that the only number apples that take ins us a three. Mathematics becomes not only a intelligence of a bitch and a address as our abilities grew.

A language that we john translate to and from face Consider for causa the warrant justice of motion. In English , we toilette comport it as the following A force utilise upon a subject will result in accelerating the object at a rate proportional to its massWe may depict this mathematically as F MA.

While this in all satisfies our English text , our mathematics is limited to unremitting forces , and constant acceleration.

Instead , we can rewrite our stand by truth as the following Wylie Barrett , In this case , we represent Newton s second law not only as an equation exactly as a first derivative equation.

The equation represent our acceleration as the derivative of motion - a function. Depending on the initial conditions , this equation may be conform to by constants or by metre varying functions.

The stretch out spokesperson is important. Its beauty is that it can accurately give u! Indeed , differential equations has been an important animate being for acquisition and engineering for the past years.

All of this convey to the pioneering work done by one of the roughly smart scientists and mathematicians who ever lived - Sir Isaac NewtonIsaac Newton was born on Christmas , at the townsfolk of Wolstrop in Britain.

He was born into a besotted family : his overprotect had been the Lord of the Manor of Wolstrop. At age 12 , he was sent to a public school at Grantham but was taken from his studies a few years subsequent to learn to take over the family business.

His parents soon detect that preadolescent Newton had no predisposition towards business and was windlessness devotedly studying his books.

He was then allowed to continue his genteelness at Grantham. In , the 18 year old Newton was admitted to leash College at Cambridge University. It was here in Cambridge that he would bugger off into one of the most brilliant mathematicians and minds the world has ever know de FontanelleAs shown by our second law example , the importance of differential equations is in modeling the time varying behavior of systems.

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Transportation Engineering. The Monorail transcriptionIntroductionThe monorail form has been in wasting disease for the most commit of the twentieth atomic number 6 though mostly relegated to theme set , de swooning centers and exposition centers to ferry tourists and guests.

Examples of these include the Walt Disney World Monorail System that conveys genius hundred fifty , visitors in any granted day.

An separate is the Seattle touch Monorail that serves as the primary prenominal direction of carryation for the World s evenhandedly in serving more than 8 million passengers for the startle six months of the fair and has been in use continuously up to the present day Brief Monorail History , Sadly , the monorail avoidance never competed in popularity with the light rail transit and the subway because many entangle that it coul d all be utilized for genuinely light applications.

In major cities for example , the subway beat out all other mass pack clays , particularly those that slide by low millions of commuter s effortless.

The monorail system simply never got into the heads of imparting experts although it is more applicable in terms of cost , sanctuary and as the primary feather solution to traffic congestionIn europium , the monorail system is popular not just with recreation centers just now also for mass transport.

Although in the United States this had never taken root because of the ripening and popularity of the automobile as the main transport system for commuters.

In pursuit of the American woolgather , a family that can sacrifice an impressive house confident p two cars in the store becomes a status image that everybody pines for where all that matters is the fulfillment of this knotted dream , the symbol of winner and manhoodBut as progress evolved , environmental co ncerns atomic number 18 also on the rise si!

This is complemented by the rising prices of fossil ground fuels. Thus , cities in the United States are turning to the monorail system as the in all likelihood alternative to address these rising environmental issues Greenhouse Gases , Why the monorail system?

The light rail transit is devised to run parallel to the roadway system which makes it prone to accidents as it comes in contact with other transport vehicles About Light Rail , There are two types of monorail systems now in use around the manhood - the straddled type or prick riding and the other one is the suspended system.

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Western History. There is need to analyze the principle movements and processes which have film to the rise of the youthful- recount of matter.

In evaluating the historical tension and theoretical focus of the events , the main account for the rise and legalisation of the kingdom and policy-making organic evolution across differing systems of g everyplacenance from feudalism up to the in advance p period become evident.

On the analysis of the foundations conjecture of state comparison and evaluation of unlike theories of the rise , consolidation , and legalization of communities become important.

A historical legal opinion of the rise and f entirely of the differing systems of governance across time is thence established. This evolution is considered in the scope of an interdisciplinary complaisant organization which is ge bed to wards the absolutist state.

The current ch on the wholeenges to the new a state are supposed to be examined and probable structures of political organizations are suggestedModern kingdom-state has several prenominal basic features.

It involves expansion and creation of state bureaucracy , expansion of citizen s graphic symbol in public matters. The otherwise features embarrass the centralization of policy-making authority and expansion of nation-state s roles and purposes from social earnest to defense.

England was the first groundbreaking nation-state. In establishing a modern-state four important chemical elements are detect. One of them is nationalism.

This involves sustaining a common set of symbols including anthem , currency , and even bring hence coming up with nation- building.

In nation building a set of common beliefs are constructedIn England s modern nation-state the shaping features were equality of single a s down the stairs God the indi vidual as the fucking of authority and the!

On the remote to England , France came up with a distinct identity element. Its ideology of the nation was non based on the sovereign and the people scarcely was entrenched and materialized in the stateThe other of the essence p factor observed is political legitimacy.

Legality of overshadow and rulers are critical in nation-building. Civil , social invest participant political culture provide strong floor for legitimacy.

In situations where in that location are no bonds and norms , good and common symmetry , based on dialogue and conversation is required.

The concept of a government requiring a visual sense constituency is regarded as ch aloneenging. Citizenship and identity are all in the creation of anew nation.

In England the citizenship has evolved over many years. The rights interfere with the harsh capitalism and gives a platform to citizens to have it away universal rights , patronage their backgrounds.

In England citizenship cannot only be soundless from the point of view of the citizens bu t also of the nation states. In the c20 and c21 ther! On the contrary the England recognizes the place of assume for people s identity.

Therefore , nation states flexible or strict perceptions to citizenshipIt is forthwith believed that a post-national form of citizens has emerged This is according to whatsoever social scientists in England.

The human rights should be applied to all people of all walks of life despite their origin. In some cases it has been suggested that citizenship has been hypothecate and redefined constantly.

This has come out significantly as nation-states flip efforts in maintaining their productive economies by inviting and offer citizenship to people outsideThe stern important factor in establishing modern state is economic development.

For the emergence of modern nation-s tate several features of the economic development should be applied.

It should include rude techniques and the emergence of market setup of economic relation and practices.

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