Essays on Rice

Is Rice Importation A Solution To The Rice Shortage In The Philippines
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Rice is important to our economy here in the Philippines. It is part of our culture because most of the Filipinos said that no meal would be complete without rice. Many poor farmers only depends on planting crops such as rice as their way of living which they will use to support their family, that is why they expect a lot like assistance/funds from the Government. This February 2019, our President Rodrigo Duterte had signed a law which is the…...
Structural and Physical adaptations of cereals
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"Cereals form an important part of the human diet. Different species of cereal show structural and physiological adaptations which enable them to grow in different parts of the world." Cereals crops Cereals crops are members of the grass family that are cultivated and harvested for their grain. These crops provide more energy than any other crop, forming the basis of traditional diets around the world. Cereal crops are high in carbohydrates and in some third-world countries, their grains make up…...
The Positive Effects of the Green Revolution
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Introduction The Green Revolution was to reduce the hunger problem in the world, but did it? On the whole, I feel that the Green Revolution helped to solve the problem of poverty to a certain extent. While it greatly reduced poverty in some countries, other countries were not as fortunate and did not enjoy the benefits the Green Revolution brought about. Hence, the Green Revolution only helped to solve the issue of poverty in some parts of the world but…...
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Mulching And Manuring On Water Use Efficiency Environmental Sciences Essay
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In many semiarid and waterless parts, usage of brackish land H2O has become expected for irrigation to equilibrate quickly increasing H2O demands. Addition of organic stuff such as FYM and harvest residues would be utile in bettering dirts that are otherwise deteriorated when brackish H2O incorporating surplus of salts is used for irrigation. Keeping in position function of mulching and farm manure in bettering sick effects of brackish H2O, two old ages ( 2009-2010 ) field surveies will be conducted…...
The Ansoff Matrix
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INTRODUCTION: The Ansoff Matrix is a strategic planning tool that provides a framework to help executives, senior managers, and marketers devise strategies for future growth. It is named after Russian American Igor Ansoff, who created the concept. Sometimes called the Product/Market Expansion Grid, the Matrix shows four strategies you can use to grow. It also helps you analyze the risks associated with each one. The idea is that each time you move into a new quadrant (horizontally or vertically), risk…...
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Agriculture: Successful Farming
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Agriculture is the most essential sector in a country like India to ensure food security and over all sustainable rural development. Agriculture is the primary activity that is directly related with land resource, employment and standard of living of the rural people. It depends primarily on the integrated use of natural resources. During 2011 almost 70% of the land of the district was under cultivation. The actual net sown area was 214 thousand hectares. This is almost 4.57 % of…...
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Screening Sorghum (Sorghum Bicolor) Mini- Core Germplasm
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Introduction This review summarizes the key research findings pertaining to sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) and fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) and identifies some of the research gaps that require immediate to long term interventions. This review focuses on but is not limited to, sorghum the crop, its origin and production, socio-economic importance of sorghum, pests of sorghum, fall armyworm and its life cycle, the economic impact of fall armyworm in sorghum, control and management strategies of fall armyworm, and insect resistance mechanisms…...
Analysis of Greenhouse Experiments
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Greenhouse experiments Validation of the decomposed rice straw by using the above mentioned isolates was done in a greenhouse experiment. Seeds were placed in sterile autoclaved soils filled in 12 inch x 12 inch pots (each pot having 2.5 kg of autoclaved soil and 500g of decomposed rice straw by using respective Trichoderma strains) and incubated under ambient conditions (25°C). For control treatment, seeds were sown in the pots having equal amount of soil as in treated pots and 500g…...
Problems of Rice Production
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Rice is considered as a staple food, more than half of the world's population depends on rice because it is a source of livelihood, with rice receiving a higher ranking. It can reach 148 million in countries such as Asia, Africa and Europe. The first rice-producing country is China in the Great Wall of China. Farmers are farming so far because rice cultivation is a traditional craft, often in poor countries such as India and the Philippines who are still…...
The Farmers Plea: Century-Old Problem That Still Persists
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The Spanish regime was accounted to be the longest yet one of the darkest periods of Philippine history under the hands of a tyrant colonizer. But this unfortunate chapter of our country set forth a hero who rose to fame and stood the challenges of time as a literary genius utterly disgusted by the abusive friars and corrupt government. One of his foreign biographers, Frank C. Lubach wrote, "He became not only the best-educated Malay but one the most astonishingly…...
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Science Report: Golden Rice
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Genetically modified Golden Rice (GR) is a form of rice grain known as Oryza sativa, which has actually been genetically crafted to consist of a pursued amount of vitamin A. Uncooked GR has an appealing yellow to orange colour, which fades after cooking due to the loss of clarity of the starch in the grain. GR includes high amounts of beta-carotene (β-carotene) in the endosperm, although it is thought that the level of β-carotene should not impact the taste at…...
Chinese Eating Habits
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China is a country which has a long history and tradition dealing with food, especially eating habit. There are lots of rules or customs about how to eat in a polite way. First of all, the way you eat can sort of show your social. The funniest habit is that Chinese people share food; this means that all the dishes are placed on the table and everybody can eat whatever they want. Moreover, Chinese dining customs are built on tradition;…...
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The Differences Between Chinese Food and Japanese Food
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There are lots and lots of differences. Keep in mind that China has at least 8 different cuisines so while the foods in northern coastal China have similarities such as the use of wasabi and lots of seafood, in the western part they use mostly lamb and eat noodles. Its hard to do a true comparison but I’ll try. - Raw vs cooked – Traditionally Chinese distinguished themselves from other cultures by saying they had mastered fire, and thus had…...
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Rice and Beans
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  Rice-and-beans, the staple of Belize Cuisine. Although originally considered primarily a Creole dish, today it’s eaten daily by all and is simply called Belizean rice and beans. Ingredients 1 cup red kidney beans 1 cup thick coconut milk 1 garlic clove (optional) salt & pepper 2 cups rice 1 onion, sliced 1 piece of salt meat (cut into small pieces) Preparations 1. Soften beans (soak first) with garlic. 2. Boil until tender and whole, adding salt meat (previously boiled…...
Food Availability
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This essay will consider the influence of historical and contemporary factors on such staple food as ‘’rice’’. The historical factors that have influence the ability of rice include migration of cultural groups, cash crop farming and farming technology. The contemporary changes of rice will include social, technology, political and economic. Before the Europeans arrived, Australian Aborigines people used hunting and gathering methods to collect food. Native foods were being known such as plants, animals and insects. Firstly, one of the…...
Project Report on Cost Analysis of Rice Mill in India
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 Introduction Rice is the staple food for 65% of the population in India. It is the largest consumed calorie source among the food grains. With a per capita availability of 73.8 kg it meets 31% of the total calorie requirement of the population. India is the second largest producer of rice in the world next to China. The all India area, production, and yield of rice in the year 2001-02 was 44.62 million hectares, 93.08 million tons and 2086 kg/…...
Rice Terraces in Danger
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With bare hands and primitive tools, standard farmers in the highlands of the Phippines have been forming the Banaue or Ifugao rice terraces into a splendour accomplishment that attracts the attention of around the world visitors. The rice balconies with the cluster websites are dated more than 2,000 years of ages. These incredible developments, nevertheless, are now in risk of falling apart down into oblivion. The Location in Threat These terraces are positioned in the mountain area of the northern…...
Rice by Manuel E. Arguilla
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Writers Background He was born in Barrio Naguilian in Bauang, La Union on June 17, 1911. He was the fourth child of Crisanto Arguilla and Margarita Estabillo, hard-working farmer folk who owned a small piece of land. Aside from being a farmer, his father was also a carpenter; his mother, on the other hand, was an occasional potter. When he was seven years old, he enrolled in a school in the neighbouring Barrio Calumbaya, where he was taught the cartilla…...
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Sushi Rice
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History. When most people hear the word, “Sushi”, they immediately think of raw fish. In truth, dishes made with raw fish are called “Sashimi”. What defines Sushi is any dish made with vinegar rice, which may or may not include raw fish. Although in today’s society you will find Sushi served most often in a Japanese restaurant, it actually dates back to 7th Century China. It was the way of preserving fish! As the Chinese people didn’t have modern day…...
What Should You Know About Merger?
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Chapter -I Introduction Merger, corporate combination of two or more independent business corporations into a single enterprise, usually the absorption of one or more firms by a dominant one. A merger may be accomplished by one firm purchasing the other’s assets with cash or its securities or by purchasing the other’s shares or stock or by issuing its stock to the other firm’s stockholders in exchange for their shares in the acquired firm (thus acquiring the other company’s assets and…...
Thai Pongal
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Thai Pongal is a thanksgiving festival at the end harvest season celebrated by the tamilians in the state of Tamil nadu. Pongal is traditionally dedicated to the Sun God Surya,[4] and marks the beginning of the northward journey of the Sun from its southernmost-limit, It coincides with the festival Makara Sankranthi celebrated throughout India as the winter harvest,[4] and is usually held from January 13–15 The saying "Thai Pirandhal Vazhi Pirakkum" meaning "the commencement of Thai paves the way for…...
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The Soul of the Great Bell
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Rather than the overworked adobo (so identified as the Philippine stew in foreign cookbooks), sinigang seems to me the dish most representative of Filipino taste. We like the lightly boiled, the slightly soured, the dish that includes fish (or shrimp or meat) vegetables and broth. It is adaptable to all tastes ( if you don’t like shrimp, then bangus, or pork), to all classes and budgets, (even ayungin, in humble little piles, find their way into the pot), to seasons…...
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How the Food We Eat Reflects our Culture and Identity?
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Ntozake Shange in her essay, What Is It We Really Harvestin’ Here? had taught her readers a very important lesson that is very vital in understanding one’s culture and one’s family. It is the simple truth that food is more than food. It was clearly communicated in Ntozake Shange’s essay that food is not just an arbitrary or random thing that arises from one’s culture or family. Rather, the local food of one’s culture and family is a reflection of…...
Reaction paper about rice problems
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The discussion about rice, nutrition and food security, and AEC 2015 held on the 9th of October in the NCAS Auditorium was discussed by V. Bruce J. Tolentino, Ph.D. – the deputy director-general of International Rice Research Institute (IRRI). He started the discussion by comparing Philippines to Vietnam and Thailand by their birth rate. Apparently, the Philippines is better in producing babies than rice and that actually means that we have more mouths to feed. This may partially explain the…...
Different Types of Vietnamese Foods
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It is amazing how diverse the various types of culture can be. From country to country, even down to the different states and regions within the same nation. Culture is said to have five basic characteristics; it is learned, it is has symbolic structure, it is shared, and it has the ability to adapt. It is a system consisting of variables that constitute a rational way of life (Vien, 2003). A change in social environments results in a change in…...
Health Benefits of Rice Wine
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Louis Pasteur said that wine is the most healthful and the most hygienic of all beverages. It can give the human body 500 calories that are normally taken from fats and carbohydrates. All these energy is completely consumed by the body and will not add an ounce of the body weight (Lichine, et al. 1968). There are several health benefits that can be derived from wine. Aside from being a healthy beverage, it was said that wine can deter food…...
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The Chicken Rice Shop Fast Food Restaurants
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The Chicken Rice Shop (TCRS) is a chicken rice fast-food restaurant and a chain of HALAL family restaurants operated by TCRS Restaurants Sdn Bhd, a company incorporated in Malaysia, which was established in June 2000. With grandmother's traditional secret Hainanese chicken rice recipe brought down from generations and maternal grandmother's treasured recipe from Penang, the best of both grandmothers' recipes were perfected and introduced into the menu. With the successful growth of TCRS in their domestic markets, they plan to…...
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The Rice Myth
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Long time ago all the land bordering the sea, was ruled by the mighty Aglao, the King of the “Spirit Hunters”. These spirits were powerful and numerous. Their chief recreation was to spend their time hunting deer, unless Aglao needed them to drive away to their common enemy, the terrible spirit of the sea, Bacobaco, who is also very fond of deer’s meat. He would transform as a giant turtle and then sally forth into the hunting grounds of the…...
Ebro Delta Questionaire
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1. When did the sea level stabilized in the Mediterranean? How old is the Ebro Delta? • The Mediterranean stabalized 4000 years ago • The Mediterranean is rising at 1.5 millimetres per year • The Ebro delta dates back to the end of the last ice age it has constantly changed, with the 15th to 16th centuries being the periods of greatest growth for the Delta 2. Which man-induced phenomenon accelerated sediment built up in the Ebro Delta? • Building…...
Delta Rice Mill
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Looking at the operational system at Delta Rice Mill Operations, there are obviously some problems existing there. Firstly, they are having problem in their equipment of production. As it is mentioned in the case study, the Delta Factory was acquired in 1976, it is a long period of time and slowing down in capacity is an unavoidable thing. The old and unreliable equipment would lead to the breakdown in production frequently. Moreover, the old system would cost the company high…...
Advanced Placement US History American Colonies
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Hello and welcome to the exciting world that is Advanced Placement United States History. You are now a member of an elite group: students who dare to take on an exceptionally challenging course. The risks are great, but then so are the potential gains. We will take on this challenge together and when you are done, you will be justifiably proud of yourself. This course is a one-year class designed to allow the student a head start on college level…...
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Philippine Rice Farmers Socioeconomic Status
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Rice farmers’ socioeconomic status better when they venture into other businesses. The economic and social status of Filipino rice farmers and their families has steadily improved during the last decade, not because they depended on rice, but because they ventured into other activities that supplemented their income from rice. This was shown by a study conducted by the Socioeconomics Division of the Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice). The study group, led by Divina Gracia Vergara, focused on trends transpiring in…...
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Feasibility Study About Rice Facial Mask
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MARKETING ASPECT The marketing aspect of the feasibility study is the area where the target audience is identified. The market study aims to determine the extent to which a product or service to be generated by a project is needed or demanded, and to design appropriate marketing plans and strategies for the project output. It is one of the most important factors in this study which includes the product planning, pricing distribution, advertising promotion and consumer service, which are all…...
How does Sushi reflect Japanese culture?
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Japanese people show great pride in their heritage and they use their food as a form of expression in order to show their cultural heritage. The Japanese focus on the small things in their cuisine that helps make such a large impact in the quality of the food. The country takes pride in their food and uses it for various symbolic reasons. Sushi and pride both have a large correlation in Japanese culture. Their attention to detail is also used…...
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Sample Project Proposal
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The Municipality of Boston is identified as one of the conflict affected area in the province of Davao Oriental. This municipality was badly devastated by the Super Typhoon Bopha. Barangay Sibahay is situated along the National Highway connecting the Municipality of Cateel and Boston and fronting the Pacific Ocean. Last December 4, 2012 typhoon Pablo left the barangay a picture total devastation, almost all houses and the crops – coconut trees, fruit trees, banana, abaca and other commercial trees and…...
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What Should You Know About Merger?
...Appelbaum et al. concluded that such human resources (HR) difficulties may add costs to the integration process and undermine the ability of a firm to achieve synergy, and thereby offset the hoped-for benefits of merging. Hunt and Downing (2006) conc...
How the Food We Eat Reflects our Culture and Identity?
...Shange had successfully proved to us the important relationship of food and our cultural and familial identity. As we said in the beginning of this essay, food is not a random and arbitrary thing that just popped in our households. Rather, food is pr...
How does Sushi reflect Japanese culture?
...1998 Partaking with the Divine and Symbolizing the Societal: The Semiotics of Japanese Food and Drink. Semiotica 56(1-2):115-132. Google Scholar, Magnuson, John J.; Carl Safina and Michael P. Sissenwine 2001 Whose Fish Are T...

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