Stammering is a neurological condition that makes it physically hard to speak. Someone who stammers will repeat, prolong or get stuck on sounds or words. There might also be signs of visible tension as the person struggles to get the word out. Cause Genetics. Most experts agree that stuttering has a genetic component. Sixty […]
Learning abilities can be enhanced when a child is properly trained into the inner conditions necessary to receive knowledge. The education system is not concerned enough with the harmonious and balanced development of the child’s personality. A child is often found struggling with the demands of mind, physical limitations and emotional conflicts. To overcome anxiety […]
Effect of Surya Namaskar on Respiratory System In Surya Namaskar a deep rhythmic breathing process is synchronized with each movement, which completely empties the lungs of all, traces of stale gas and refills them with fresh, clean and oxygenated air. All the pockets of the lungs are expanded stimulated and then cleaned. The Oxygen content […]
Methods of Pasteurization Pasteurization is a process which consists of heating milk to a certain temperature for a definite time to ensure destruction of harmful bacteria. There are three methods of Pasteurization • Holding method or Batch process : In this method milk is held at 62.8 degrees centigrade for 30 minutes and then rapidly […]
Pasteurization of Milk and its Advantages Milk is a favourable medium for bacterial growth. Pasteurization destroys all pathogenic bacteria, including those causing typhoid, tuberculosis, diphtheria as well as yeasts and moulds. Advantages of Pasteurisation During pasteurization the nutritive value of milk is not altered to a great extent because the temperature employed is not high […]
Fruits : Pomes Pomes are fruits of apple and pear trees. The receptacle, surrounds the ovaries in the flower., enlarges ti become edible and juicy and encloses the cell containing the seeds. Fruits particularly citrus varieties and guava are a good source of Vitamin C. Yellow fruits like mango and papaya contain beta carotene. Banana […]
Fruits : Melons are commonly eaten raw. Melons belong to the same family as cucumbers. Melons are commonly eaten raw. Their flesh consists of about 94% water and only 5% sugar. The seeds striped of their hard coats may be eaten and also yield an edible oil.
Fruits : Drupes Drupes are edible fruits with a thin skin and juicy flesh enclosing a single seed ( stone ). Apricots, Cherries, Peaches and plums belong to this group.
Citrus Fruits These fruits belong to the genus Citrus which contains about 16 species of evergreen aromatic shrubs and trees mostly with thorny branches distributed throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the world. The common citrus fruits are orange, Lemon and lime. The bright colour, pleasing flavours and sweetness makes them a favourite fruit. […]
Fruits :: Berries Berries are fruits with layers of pericarp ( fruit coat ) which are often homogeneous, except for the skin on the outside. The pericarp layers are pulpous and juicy. It contains seeds embedded in the pulp mass. The fruits have fragile cell structure that is damaged by rough handling or freezing.