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Biological contamination of food

12th January 2012
In the food safety issues, some of the foods containing toxic chemicals are naturally inherent, from the environment to get a variety of chemicals harmful to people as chemical pollution. From the environment to get a variety of organisms harmful substanc... Read >
Author: mhc007

Find Your Amazing Celtic Tattoo Design Today!

02nd November 2010
The Celtic tattoo is very popular amongst a vast majority of people. The Celts are the ancient native people whose origin is in Europe. The Celtic tattoo is classed as one of the most attractive designs and it is good for males as well as females. Differe... Read >
Author: Estelle Petersen

Different kinds of travel: City, beach, or adventure

21st October 2010
People want to relax and enjoy some moments of their life that is some of them go other places. Some also go to beaches to splash their body with the oceanís water. Other also goes for adventure to experience thrill and excitement. But many people love to... Read >
Author: Ivan Ivanov

Types and Classifications of Crude Oil

23rd March 2010
Formed by the fossil fuels of plants and animals, millions and millions of years ago, crude oil is a flammable substance. It is a mixture of hydrocarbons and other chemical compounds such as nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur. crude oil gets trapped in the pores... Read >
Author: Sunil Punjabi

Attractive Places Around Pune

22nd December 2009
Pune, the educational and cultural capital of Maharashtra is blessed with great natural beauty and pleasant climate. It is located amidst small undulating hills coupled with meandering rivers and picturesque backwaters. Thus, there are numerous places of ... Read >
Author: Jyotikajoe

Importance Of Carbon Dioxide

06th October 2009
Importance Of Carbon DioxideAs we all know carbon dioxide consists of two atoms of oxygen and one atom of carbon. At room temperature, carbon dioxide is a colorless, odorless gas which is non-flammable and is faintly acidic. It is also found in the solid ... Read >
Author: Rutuja

Avoid Black Algae In Your Fish Tank!

05th May 2009
One of the major explanations why numerous individuals on a global basis have become infatuated by fish tanks is that they can give you an easily attained basis of relief and leisure for a small amount of your time, outlay and exertion. Considering everyt... Read >
Author: Joe Slavin

What can you see under optical microscopes?

03rd March 2009
Microscope is a great discovery done by famous inventors to help us enter the micro world. It is an important scientific instrument that helps to detect various diseases by analyzing the specimens and blood samples under the microscopes. The Optical Micro... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Brief history of Pest control

20th July 2008
The problem with pests became more apparent around the same time as agriculture took off. Roughly 8000BC saw the effects of what pests could deliver to crops. Pests of which mainly insects destroyed crops where no preventative measures were taken. Crop ro... Read >
Author: barry.walker

Overview of the Components of the Sahara Desert

08th September 2006
The Sahara Desert is one of the most imposing and well-known deserts on the planet. To truly understand it, on has to understand the components comprising the Sahara Desert. Overview of the Elements of the Sahara Desert Of the many types of land fo... Read >
Author: Richard Monk
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