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In agriculture what are pulses?
Pulses, or pulse crops, are leguminous crops which produce a seed inside a pod, but are not generally consumed as a green vegetable. Dry beans, dry peas, lentils, chickpeas, and vetch are some examples. They are important due to their high protein and essential amino acid content, and for their nitrogen-fixing capability.
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By definition, Agriculture is "the science or practice of farming, including cultivation of the soil for the growing of crops and the rearing of animals to provide food, w…ool, and other products." However, when people are asked what comes to mind when they hear the word, "agriculture," that's all they think of: Farming. Ranching. The dirty guy wearing bib overalls chewing on a piece of straw; dirty, hard, laborious physical work that involves digging in the dirt and chasing cows. The reality is that there is much more to it than that. Agriculture is deep into technology, research, genetics, engineering, financial services, computing sciences, chemistry, mathematics, agronomy, ethology, economics, politics, marketing, sales, and many others. Agribusiness is agriculture, and agricultural marketing is also agriculture. Farmers and ranchers treat their farm or ranch, respectively, as a business, and must market their product in order to get their pay--it's a job, you know! People who don't farm are involved in creating and supplying products that go directly to farmers and ranchers, or take the products that come from farms and ranches and send them to other suppliers which turn them into things like clothing, horse tack, tennis shoes or footballs. Beef is marketed and imported to other countries. Mechanics work to build tractors. Engineers work on creating the latest fuel-efficient, computerized engine for a new model of combine harvester. Researchers find better ways to produce more feed efficient cows or develop a more drought-resistant hybrid of corn, or work in sterile laboratories doing genetic research on wheat or hogs. The message is, agriculture isn't all dirty, stinky, physical work. There's a lot of sterile, mental and managerial jobs associated with it and heavily involved in it. Farmers can't operate alone in this world without all those other people that create products for farmers so that farmers can produce food. Agriculture is most commonly known as farming. The growing of crops and raising stock for consumption.
As the heart pumps, blood is forced through the arteries (blood vessels leading away from the heart.) the walls of the arteries stretch to accommodate all the blood. When an a…rtery runs just over a bone and is very close to the skin, we can feel the artery expanding every time the heart beats. This as called a pulse and the best places to feel it are the neck and wrist but you can sometime feel it in your foot if your blood vessels stick out a bit. The beating of your heart. hearbeat
From cereals - we get carbohydrates From pulses - we get protein
YOUR PULSE Your pulse indicates how many times per minute your heart beats. It's your heart rate, and is one of your vital signs. You can feel your pulse on your wrist …below your thumb and also on the side of your neck. Answer Pulse is the rhythmical throbbing of arteries and veins produced by the regular contractions of the heart, especially as palpated at the wrist or in the neck. Here is a general standard of pulse rate (PR). Resting Pulse Rate PR < 40 BMP - Below healthy resting heart rates. PR 40-60 BPM - Resting heart rate for sleeping. PR 60-100 BPM - Healthy adult resting heartrate. PR 100 BPM - 220 BPM - Acceptable if measured during exercise. Not acceptable if resting heartrate. PR > 220 BPM - Abnormally high heart rate.
You can do a lot with agriculture. Over half of the jobs in the world deal with agriculture in one way or another. With agriculture you can produce food to eat or sell or you …can manage farms by either working on a farm or by checking a farmers finances. With agriculture there are endless possibilities.
Agriculture is traditionally, colloquially known as growing crops and raising livestock for food, otherwise known as farming and ranching. However, there is far more to ag…riculture than that. Agriculture is very diverse, with farming and ranching only the root of it all. It is highly research-intensive with genetic, engineering financial and economical, mechanical, computer-scientific, international commodity and many other related fields that surround and make up agriculture. Computing science and other computer-related technologies such as GPS and high-performance, fuel-efficient engines and robotics are also involved in agriculture. Agribusiness involving finances, economics, consulting, and networking are also heavily associated with agriculture. Agribusiness doesn't simply mean "big business," it's also political and socio-economical, from sales to supply, from farm to farm-related businesses. Because so much is involved in agriculture, it is very difficult to highlight the steps involved. One could easily apply the steps involved for growing a year's yield of corn or wheat, but that is only seeing part of the forest. As such, the last part of this question cannot be accurately answered. However, part of the original answer is kept for an example of the steps involved with raising crops. To get a good crop, farmers have to follow a number steps like ploughing, sowing, watering, harvesting and storing the crop. Ploughing is the digging up of soil to prepare it for growing crops. It is done with the help of a plough which is pulled either by animals or by tractors. Then the weeds are removed with the help of a rake. The soil is broken down into lumps and smoothened with the help of a harrow. Once the soil is ready, different crops are grown. Healthy and ripe seeds of the best variety are selected and sown. Crops grow well if they get the right amount of water at the right time. Watering can be done by several ways. The soil is made more fertile by adding manure or fertilizer into it. Manure is obtained from animal and plant wastes. Protecting the growing crops from diseases and harmful insects is done by spraying insecticides and pesticides. It is very important to store the harvested crops properly.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nPulses are important food crops due to their high protein and essential amino acid content.\n. \nBEANS (pulses) \n. \nPigeonpea, redgram, \nG…reen gram,\nFieldbean, \nSplit peas yellow, \nChick peas (or garbanzo beans), \nBlack gram beans, \nMung beans whole, Whole green gram, \nMung beans, split Split green gram, \nLentil (split or whole), \nBlack eyed Peas or Cowpeas, \nRed lentils,split Red gram (split),and \nKidney bean
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Pulse is short for pulsations which is the word used to describe the feeling of a heartbeat the definition for pulsation: the rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arter…ies with each beat of the heart.
If you like to eat, I would suggest supporting it. Those in the business of food, fiber, and fuel production need the support of all consumers of their products. For example, …if you support organic food production, then buy as much as you can and ask farmers in your area if they will produce it for you. I'm not suggesting the support of something to which you object. If you don't believe in animal agriculture, for example, then don't buy meat, milk, eggs, leather products, beauty products, or medicines. Agriculture is like any other industry in that it will produce what the consumer wants and is willing to pay for.
Yes.. Agriculture is basically farming. Growing crops, cultivating land, raising livestock, etc etc. You could grow a vegetable garden. That's 'doing' agriculture.
Pulse is our pressure wave in the arteries from contraction of the heart.
A pulse can be found where and artery passes over a bone, for example, in your wrist (also known as the radial pulse).
anywhere there is a strong arterial pulse is where you find the pulse. carotid artery in neck (inside the vertical neck muscle) brachial pulse in babies in the upper arm… between the muscles on the inside. wrist pulse (in the crook tween the middle tendons on the inside and the thumb side of the wrist)... femoral = inside mid thigh
We have a pulse because every time the heart beats, it makes a pulse. So when you can't feel your pulse it means your heart has stopped beating.
A pulse is the constant recoiling walls of the aorta pumping blood all around your body via arteries vicki x Pulse is also the name for legumes such as kidney beans …and brod beans