mixed farming in india
Given-ness and gift: property and the quest for environmental ethics.
...Historically, we have had quite mixed emotions about this quality of uncontrolled "given-ness". There ...tell us that fire is a dangerous tool. Indian fires, too, often raged out of control.(55) . An even more ... with domesticated animals and with the right ways of farming.(81) But like the group of writers known as ecofeminists, Berry ...
Biology: understanding culture, technology, and politics in 'Biological Century.'
Imagination at the end of 18th-century was fired up by the technological and ethical implications of two emerging sciences: chemistry and physics. Here at the end of the 19th, biology is now where the two sciences were. Genetics engineering has gained ground, beginning the Biological Century with possibilities from the noble to the horrific and the choices are ours.
... own systems, for only when the alpha and beta chains are mixed do we get insulin itself. . Insulin grown down on the pharm would .... All these developments use "natural biotech." Farming began by using wild wheat--a grass. Antibiotic therapy first ...Consider: Brahmins in India use amniocentesis to determine the sex of a fetus early on in ...
Women and the state in post-1949 rural China.
... WID theorists, broader developmental efforts have yielded mixed results for the overall position of women. As discussed next, ..., The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1983) pp. 12-28; Elisabeth Croll, Chinese Women ...A9. See Wu, pp. 22-3. The W.F. has also launched a farming technology training campaign. See Wang Rong, "Plan to Improve ...
Prints, salami, and cheese: savoring the Roman festival of the Chinea.
... turpentine or Venetian varnish he traced, in black chalk or India ink, the ink-and-wash drawings from Posi's studio. The ... increasingly turned their rural properties over to dairy farming, which was less labor-intensive than the cultivation of ...To be sure, the transmission of mixed signals would not have occurred had Benedict XIV been able to ...
What was it like to try a rat?
... chapter dealing with the revenues of the Crown, we find, mixed in with the discussion of rents, profits, ecclesiastical ... Acceptance by Silence for Poland, Acceptance by Silence for India, and so on.(164) And under each of these subheadings one then ... kept for producing manure, and implements useful in farming, such as plows, mattocks, hoes, pruning hooks, forks and similar ...