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Wheat

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Ameerika ühendriigid

About a third of the world's food exports come from US farms. Beef cattle is the most valuable product of American farms. Millions of beef cattle are reared on huge ranches in Western US, also the South and Midwest. Other leading farm products, in order of value, include milk, maize, soybeans, chickens and eggs, pigs, wheat and cotton. US farms also produce large amounts of hay, tobacco, turkeys, oranges, potatoes, tomatoes, apples, peanuts and sorghum. Farmers throughout the country rear dairy cattle for milk and other products. Much of the dairy production is concentrated in a belt that extends from Minnesota to New York. Midwestern states account for much of the nation's maize, soybeans and pig production. The nation's chief wheat-growing region stre...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Education

The consequences for their personhood and for the planet are large. For example, we routinely produce economists who lack the most rudimentary knowledge of ecology. This explains why our national accounting systems do not subtract the costs of biotic impoverishment, soil erosion, poisons in the air or water, and resource depletion from gross national product. We add the price of the sale of a bushel of wheat to GNP while forgetting to subtract the three bushels of topsoil lost in its production. As a result of incomplete education, we've fooled ourselves into thinking that we are much richer than we are. Fifth, there is a myth that the purpose of education is that of giving you the means for upward mobility and success. Thomas Merton once identified this as the "mass production of people literally unfit for anything except to take part in an elab...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Irish Potato Famine

Irish Potato Famine During the 19th century, 2/3 of the Irish people lived in very poor conditions under the British rule ­ they had to work for upper-class English landlords, who never set foot in Ireland. The work was to raise crop for a tiny piece of land (most of tenants had less than an acre) where they could grow food (potatoes) for their own families. Potatoes we...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Canada

Canada is one of the few developed nations that is a net exporter of energy. Canada has vast deposits of natural gas on the east coast and large oil and gas resources centred in Alberta, and also present in neighbouring British Columbia and Saskatchewan. Canada is one of the world's most important suppliers of agricultural products, with the Canadian Prairies one of the most important suppliers of wheat and other grains. Common agriculture plants are barley, oats, rye and wheat. Canada is the world's largest producer of zinc and uranium and a world leader in many other natural resources such as gold, nickel, aluminium, and lead; many, if not most, towns in the northern part of the country, where agriculture is difficult, exist because of a nearby mine or source of timber. 7. Climate Because of its great latitudinal extent, Canada has a...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Lõuna Aafrika rahvusköök

Decline of indigenous cookery Urbanization from the nineteenth century, coupled with close control over agricultural production, led black South Africans to rely more and more on comparatively expensive, industrially-processed foodstuffs like wheat flour, white rice, mealie (maize) meal and sugar. Often these foods were imported or processed by white wholesalers, mills and factories. The consequence was to drastically restrict the range of ingredients and cooking styles used by indigenous cooks. On the other hand, some imported food plants (maize, tomatoes) have expanded the dietary range of indigenous cooks. Of these maize is the most significant - it has been integrated to such an e...

Kokandus - Kutsekool
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Austraalia referaat inglise keeles

Tallinna Inglise Kolledz Australia Topic Alice Tärk, 8b. Tallinn 2007 Table of contents: Factfile............................................................................................. ................................. Symbols...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Kanada referaat

The Pacific Region includes Canada's westernmost province, British Columbia. The region is known for it's mild coastal climate, its forests and its spectacular mountains, including the famous Rockies. Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba are Canada's Prairie Provinces. They are known for their rolling plains and extreme climate with long, cold winters and hot, dry summers. Much of the area is covered with farms producing wheat and other grains. The region is also rich in oil and natural gas. Central Canada includes Ontario and Quebec. It is not geographically the centre of Canada. The region gets its name because, historically, it has been the centre of political and economic power in the country. Central Canada is also the most heavily populated and industrialized area of Canada. The Atlantic Provinces is the easternmost province of the country. Fis...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Inglismaa

khTallinn English College The United Kingdom Topic Mari-Liis Pakats Tallinn 2008 2 Table of Contents Introduction..................................................................................................................4 Geographical Position...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Nimetu

saj lõpu ja 20. saj uuenduslikkust taotlevate kirjandusvoolude (kunsti ja muusika loomepõhimõtete ja ­suundade) ühisnimetus. Modernism algab valgustusest, mil hakati tähtsustama teadust; jumal troonilt tõugatud, inimene sinna istuma sätitud. Levis arusaam, et kõik on inimkätes. Nüüd, kus inimene on näidanud, milleks ta võimeline on, on troon tühi. Modernist...

Kirjandus - Keskkool
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The United States of America

Its economy is still growing, but several other important countries are growing even faster at the present time. There is a widespread belief, both in America and in other countries, that the United States is in economic decline. Agriculture is very wide-spread, above all in the prairie regions, where wheat and other grain crops are grown. Cotton is grown in the Mississippi valley, tobacco in Maryland and Virginia. California is famous for its fruit, and the west for its cattle-farming. Poultry farming is highly developed in the countryside near all big cities. The United States is rich in various metals and minerals. It holds first place in the capitalist world. The Great Lakes and the rivers, especially the Mississippi, are important waterwa...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Viiruste jaotus

Leviviridae G. Levivirus MS2 G.Allolevivirus Qbeeta dsRNA bakteriofaagid Ph. Cystoviridae phi6 Isomeetrilised ssDNA bakteriofaagid Ph. Microviridae G. Micr...

Viroloogia - Tartu Ülikool
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Topic – Australia

Most of the farmland in Australia is pasture for raising cattle and sheep. Farmland covers about 65 per cent of Australia. However, most of this land is dry grazing land. Crops are grown on only about 5 per cent of the farmland. But farmers use modern agricultural methods and so make the cropland highly productive. Australia's leading farm products are cattle and calves, wheat and wool. Australia is the world's largest producer and exporter of wool and leading producer and exporter of beef, sugar and wheat. Fruits like apples and pears are grown in all the states. South Australia also produces large quantities of grapes that are used for making wine. Sheep and cattle are raised in all the states and wheat is grown in all areas of Australia that have medium rainfall and moderate temperature. Natural resources Na...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Canada

Some typical animals are brown bears, foxes, geese, lynxes and moose. Prairies are temperate grasslands which consist of grass plains that are hot in summer and cold in winter. Prairies are made by fires. The soil is rich and precipitation is medium and because of that prairies are used for agriculture. Common agriculture plants are oats, rye, barley and wheat . The area has very few trees or shrubs so it's very windy. Some typical animals that live there are: bobcats, antelopes, snakes, rodents, rabbits, badgers and bisons. Prairies are also called the "Bread-basket of Canada". The Deciduous Forests are cool and rainy areas. There are four distinct seasons. Annual precipitation is 0.5-1.5 meters. The summer average is 24-30'C. There are such plants as: white oak, white birch, pecan, lady...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Canada 2

Some typical animals are brown bears, foxes, geese, lynxes and moose. Prairies are temperate grasslands which consist of grass plains that are hot in summer and cold in winter. Prairies are made by fires. The soil is rich and precipitation is medium and because of that prairies are used for agriculture. Common agriculture plants are oats, rye, barley and wheat . The area has very few trees or shrubs so it's very windy. Some typical animals that live there are: bobcats, antelopes, snakes, rodents, rabbits, badgers and bison. Prairies are also called the "Breadbasket of Canada". The Deciduous Forests are cool and rainy areas. There are four distinct seasons. Annual precipitation is 0.51.5 meters. The summer average is 2430'C. There are such plants as: white oak, white birch, pecan, lady fern, c...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Estonia

Food industry is largely based on local agriculture, although there has been a decrease in the importance of it lately. The reason is that farmers lack finances to modernize machinery and the increase in labour productivity has been limited. The production of milk and meat products is the main branch. In the countryside people breed dairy cattle, raise pigs and grow grain, potatoes and vegetables. The main crops are rye, oats, barley, wheat , potatoes and fodder crops. Many farms have specialized in vegetable growing. Strawberries are also quite widely grown and there are many apple orchards in Estonia. The soils are more fertile in the central part and poorer on the islands. Estonia's GDP (gross domestic product) grew rapidly during the second half of the 1990s and the country now has a solid level of formal education. At the same time, the average life expectancy is among the l...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - USA

Tallinn English College Topic The United States of America Tallinn 2007 1. Introduction The United States of America's territory is over 3.7 million square miles (over 9.6 million km²) and population more than 300 million people. The capital city is Washington D.C. Although the United States has no official language at the federal lev...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The Saxons & Vikings

Anglo-Saxons introduced a heavier plough, it required 6-8 oxen to pull it. That's why the arable land was divided into 2 or sometimed 3 fields. The fields into long thin strips. The strips were scattered over the field, so everybody had strips on both good & bad land. In the field all strip-owners had to grow the same crop. The common crops were wheat , rye, oats & barley. They also grew peas, beans & lentils. Each family had a number of strips, oxen were shared, so the villagers worked more closely together. They had no fertilizers. The method they used is known as forced rotation of crops. The following year the field lay in fallow. The piece of land not cultivated was called waste land. The pastures & meadows were common. Besides tilling the soil, the Anglo-Saxons were also occupied with cattle-bree...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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The importance of the rainforest

The scale of human pressures on ecosystems everywhere has increased enormously in the last few decades. Since 1980 the global economy has tripled in size and the world population has increased by 30 percent. Consumption of everything on the planet has risen- at a cost to our ecosystems. In 2001, The World Resources Institute estimated that the demand for rice, wheat, and corn is expected to grow by 40% by 2020, increasing irrigation water demands by 50% or more. They further reported that the demand for wood could double by the year 2050; unfortunately, it is still the tropical forests of the world that supply the bulk of the world's demand for wood. In 1950, about 15 percent of the Earth's land surface was covered by rainforest. Today, more than half has already gone up in smoke. In fewer than fifty y...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Kanada preeria provintsid

Different names in different countries. Only about 400 mm per year. Hot summers and cold winters. Humans and the Prairies Almost 95 % of the Prairies are converted into farmland. The biggest towns are Calgary, Saskatoon and Winnipeg. The main argiculture industries are wheat , barely and canola. Rich in oil and natural gas. Fauna The most common carnivores are the Black Bear, Coyote and Badger. The most common herbivores are the Mule Deer, Pronghorne Antilope and Elk. Flora Mostly tall grass or bushes. Trees only in Manitoba. The most common trees are white and black spruce, balsam fir and tamarack Prob...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Põllumajanduse mõiste ja koht maailmamajanduses

Toit. Põllumajandus ..hõlmab kõiki põllu- majandussaadusi tootvaid majandus ­ üksuseid ja ettevõtteid, mis aitavad saadusi esmaselt töödelda (nt. talud) ..nim. maakeskkonnas arendatavaid tootmisharusid Põllumajandus I- sed paiksed põllud tekkisid 10 000 a. tagasi Ees-Aasias 6000 a. tagasi Hiinas 5200a. tagasi Kes...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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