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  1. 17:28, 26 March 2008 ‎Creative Commons (hist) ‎[2,789 bytes] ‎Carlmunson (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==What is Creative Commons?== Creative Commons (CC) [http://creativecommons.org official home page] gives the creators of intellectual property - such as authors, musicians, podcasters, s...)
  2. 07:00, 26 March 2008 ‎SKAL (hist) ‎[2,186 bytes] ‎Yasmin (Talk | contribs) (New page: SKAL Skal is the certification and inspection body for organic production based in the Netherlands. The Skal certification deals with products within the scope of agricultural production,...)
  3. 18:14, 25 March 2008 ‎Graywater (hist) ‎[329 bytes] ‎Madhavisb (Talk | contribs) (New page: == What is Graywater ? == == Guidelines for Using Graywater == == Crops and plants that tolerate Graywater == == Online Resources == == References == [http://www.csbe.org/gra...)
  4. 10:02, 25 March 2008 ‎Sunflower (hist) ‎[156 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Sunflowers are bright yellow flowers which track the sun all day. It’s stem grow up to a height of 3 meters. == Category == Category: Live articles)
  5. 09:55, 25 March 2008 ‎Cumin (hist) ‎[383 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Cumin, a member of the Apiacea family, is a flowering plant grown natively in the eastern Mediterranean region and east of India. The plant’s flowers are small and can be either white ...)
  6. 07:07, 25 March 2008 ‎Garnish (hist) ‎[206 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Garnishes are done to provide color, contrast, or add a festive finishing touch to a dish. Adding garnish to food just before serving adds a crisp look to food. == Category == [[Categor...)
  7. 06:58, 25 March 2008 ‎Curries (hist) ‎[369 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Curry is a spicy recipe made with spices and herbs. Curries are popular dishes in various Asian countries including India, Sri Lanka (Ceylon), Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Malaysia and Indo...)
  8. 06:02, 25 March 2008 ‎Deforestation (hist) ‎[238 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Deforestation is destruction of forest land which is a major problem the world over. Logging, agricultural expansion, wars and mining are the major causes of deforestation. == References...)
  9. 04:24, 25 March 2008 ‎Fuel Free Cars (hist) ‎[77 bytes] ‎Madhavisb (Talk | contribs) (New page: == Major Fuel Free Car Manufacturers == == References == == Category ==)
  10. 16:35, 24 March 2008 ‎Responsible Travel (hist) ‎[7,194 bytes] ‎Joy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Responsible travel is a way of travelling where we respect and benefit local people and the environment. It is for those who've had enough of mass tourism. Responsible travel and tourism h...)
  11. 15:44, 24 March 2008 ‎Pesticides (hist) ‎[581 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: The term pesticide is broadly used for pest control. They include <br /><br /> * insect killers (insecticides) * mould and fungi killers (fungicides) * weedkillers (herbicides) * slug pel...)
  12. 15:40, 24 March 2008 ‎Heartburn (hist) ‎[424 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Common symptoms of heartburn are food rushing back to the mouth, burning feeling in the chest and pressure or pain behind the breastbone after eating a hot spicy meal. Such discomforts can...)
  13. 15:25, 24 March 2008 ‎Amino acids (hist) ‎[355 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Amino Acids are the chemical units that help build-up of proteins in the body.. Our body needs protein to build the muscles, tendons, organs, glands, nails, and hair. Growth, repair and ma...)
  14. 14:56, 24 March 2008 ‎Nutrients (hist) ‎[265 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Nutrients are chemicals, like nitrogen, phosphorus, which plants and animals need for growth. The nutrients known to be essential for human beings are proteins, carbohydrates, fats and oil...)
  15. 14:53, 24 March 2008 ‎Caraway (hist) ‎[352 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Used as both vegetable and plant, caraway is a tall plant, with feathery green leaflets. It grows to a height of 1½ to 4 feet (.46 to 1.22 meters). The flowers are white, and the fruit, w...)
  16. 14:50, 24 March 2008 ‎Liver (hist) ‎[331 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Liver is the largest gland of the body weighing between one and two kg, or about one fortieth the weight of the body. It secretes bile, detoxifies drugs and many exogeneous substances and ...)
  17. 14:32, 24 March 2008 ‎Ulcers (hist) ‎[265 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Any type of sore or lesion that won't heal is commonly referred to as ulcers. For centuries stress is attributed as the main reason for ulcers. Particular kinds of food are also considered...)
  18. 14:27, 24 March 2008 ‎Osteoporosis (hist) ‎[226 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: In a disease called Osteoporosis the bones become fragile and have a tendency to break. The hip, spine, and wrist are typical areas where bones break in the case of Osteoporosis. == Ca...)
  19. 14:22, 24 March 2008 ‎Fatigue (hist) ‎[243 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Fatigue is tiredness commonly caused by strain and lack of sleep. It can also be caused by a wide range of illness and disease such as anemia, infections, low metabolism, depression, diabe...)
  20. 14:18, 24 March 2008 ‎Cotton (hist) ‎[210 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Cotton is natural fibers harvested from cotton plants, and is one of the most used natural fibers today. Thousands of acres of cotton are harvested the world over. == Category == [[Cat...)
  21. 14:14, 24 March 2008 ‎Bronchitis (hist) ‎[305 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: In bronchitis the bronchial tubes that bring air into the lungs get inflamated, producing redness, swelling, and pain. <br /><br /> Bronchitis can be caused by: <br /><br /> * Viruses * B...)
  22. 14:07, 24 March 2008 ‎Flavonoids (hist) ‎[262 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Flavonoids are polyphenol antioxidants found naturally in plants. They are plant nutrients that when consumed in the form of fruits and vegetables are non-toxic as well as potentially ben...)
  23. 14:02, 24 March 2008 ‎Anemia (hist) ‎[447 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Anemia lowers a person’s normal number of red blood cells number is lower than normal. In anemic people the blood does not carry enough oxygen to the rest of the body. This makes people...)
  24. 10:54, 24 March 2008 ‎Bacteria (hist) ‎[452 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Most bacteria can be categorized into three groups: Aerobic bacteria – it thrives in the presence of oxygen and requires it for their continued growth and existence. Anaerobic bacteria ...)
  25. 10:46, 24 March 2008 ‎Essential oils (hist) ‎[188 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Through a process of distillation essential oils are extracted from extracted from grasses, flowers, herbs, shrubs, trees, resins and spices. == Category: == Category: Live articles)
  26. 10:35, 24 March 2008 ‎Pepper (hist) ‎[353 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Though pepper is normally thought of as black pepper, there can be the following varieties: <br /><br /> * Black Pepper * Peppercorn * Sichuan Peppercorns * Red Pepper * Yellow Bell Peppe...)
  27. 10:24, 24 March 2008 ‎Diarrhea (hist) ‎[199 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Diarrhea is loose, watery stool. A person with diarrhea may pass such stool more than three times a day. As a result this causes dehydration in the body. == Category: == [[Category: Live...)
  28. 10:04, 24 March 2008 ‎Toxins (hist) ‎[361 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Toxins can come from external sources such as car fumes, tobacco smoke, drugs, dental fillings, factory pollution, lead etc. Toxins are agents capable of causing our bodies harm. Endogenou...)
  29. 09:41, 24 March 2008 ‎Citrus (hist) ‎[368 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Citrus fruits grow on evergreen trees in subtropical regions around the world and include those such as grapefruit, oranges, lemons, limes, mandarins, tangerines, tangelos, pummelos, kumqu...)
  30. 09:15, 24 March 2008 ‎Constipation (hist) ‎[327 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: A condition in which a person has three or less bowel movements a week is known as constipation. Normally bowel movement depends on the nature of the food one takes, exercise, among other...)
  31. 09:00, 24 March 2008 ‎Ecosystem (hist) ‎[319 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: The whole earth’s surface is a series of interconnected ecosystems and all living beings are part of that ecosystem. Within this ecosystem all living and non-living things survive and i...)
  32. 08:55, 24 March 2008 ‎Arid Landscaping (hist) ‎[4,823 bytes] ‎Madhavisb (Talk | contribs) (New page: == What is Arid Landscping? == == References == == Category ==)
  33. 06:45, 23 March 2008 ‎Eco Brothel (hist) ‎[283 bytes] ‎Madhavisb (Talk | contribs) (New page: == What is an Eco Brothel? == == The famous Eco Brothels == == References == == Category ==)
  34. 14:27, 20 March 2008 ‎Book Keeping (hist) ‎[262 bytes] ‎Jonathan (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==The History of Book Keeping== Book keeping began a long time ago alongside commerce. ==Basic Book Keeping Principles== ==Book Keeping Around the Globe== ==Transparency in Book Kee...)
  35. 10:48, 20 March 2008 ‎Organic Milk (hist) ‎[4,807 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Organic milk has been found to be a valuable dietary source of vitamins and antioxidants, almost next in effectiveness to fruits and vegetables. == Higher Vitamins and Nutrients in Organi...)
  36. 10:41, 20 March 2008 ‎Nausea (hist) ‎[468 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Nausea is not a disease but a symptom of certain conditions like infection, food poisoning, motion sickness, overeating, blocked intestine, illness, concussion or brain injury, appendicit...)
  37. 10:28, 20 March 2008 ‎Stews (hist) ‎[212 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Preparation of stew involves simmering a combination of solid food ingredients in water. Stew can be made with a combination of vegetables, fruits and meat products. == Category == [[C...)
  38. 10:33, 19 March 2008 ‎Sauces (hist) ‎[295 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Sauces are used in food to add flavor and visual appeal and are not consumed in themselves. Sauce is a French word taken from the Latin salsus, meaning salted.. Sauces such as soy sauces a...)
  39. 09:50, 19 March 2008 ‎Greenhouse gases (hist) ‎[768 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: The primary greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere are: <br /><br /> * water vapour (H2O), <br /> * carbon dioxide (CO2), <br /> * nitrous oxide (N2O), <br /> • methane (CH4) <br...)
  40. 09:42, 19 March 2008 ‎Fibre (hist) ‎[503 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Fibre mainly keeps the digestive system healthy and helps speed up excretion of waste and toxins from the body. Insoluble fibre promotes the growth of friendly bacteria and ferments and so...)
  41. 09:35, 19 March 2008 ‎Pork (hist) ‎[367 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Meat of a pig that is under one year old is customarily referred to as pork. There are five primary sections to pork meat. They are divided into several market-ready cuts such as roasts, c...)
  42. 09:25, 19 March 2008 ‎Fat (hist) ‎[450 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Fat is required as a concentrated energy source for our muscles and are essential for sound nutrition. However, excess fat is not good as it leads to obesity and ill health. Obesity is cau...)
  43. 11:18, 18 March 2008 ‎Energy (hist) ‎[598 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Energy is in everything and comes in different forms. The forms they come in are heat (thermal), light (radiant), mechanical, electrical, chemical, and nuclear energy. There are two groups...)
  44. 11:02, 18 March 2008 ‎Oil (hist) ‎[571 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Fats which are liquid at room temperature are oils. Oils are derived from many different plants and also from fish. Some of the common oils are: <br /><br /> * canola oil <br /> * corn oi...)
  45. 10:48, 18 March 2008 ‎Enzymes (hist) ‎[395 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Enzymes are biological catalysts consisting of various types of proteins which help to drive the chemical reaction required for a specific action or nutrient. The enzyme transformed chem...)
  46. 10:31, 18 March 2008 ‎Potatoes (hist) ‎[426 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Potatoes, whose plants are from the Nightshade family, are edible tubers, or a thick rounded part of an underground stem. The external buds, or “eyes” of the potatoes are planted inste...)
  47. 10:12, 18 March 2008 ‎Naturopathy (hist) ‎[598 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Naturopathy is a holistic system of treatment based on the healing power of nature. On the one hand naturopathy focuses on supporting the body's own healing abilities, and on the other it ...)
  48. 10:05, 18 March 2008 ‎Minerals (hist) ‎[549 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Minerals, with the exception of mercury, are solid masses that form shapes called crystals. There are at present almost 3000 known types of minerals. Minerals vary in color, hardness, dens...)
  49. 09:17, 18 March 2008 ‎Salads (hist) ‎[318 bytes] ‎Abhibnrj (Talk | contribs) (New page: Salads can be mini meals or part of a larger meal, consisting of fruits, vegetables, sauces and sometimes nuts. They are nutritious, low fat choice for those looking for a healthy lunch or...)
  50. 13:19, 17 March 2008 ‎Environmental Art (hist) ‎[389 bytes] ‎Madhavisb (Talk | contribs) (New page: == What is Environmental Art ? == == Is it different to Eco Art ? == == Famous Environmental Artists == == References == == Category == Category:Art And Entertainment)

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