Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế về bệnh thú y đề tài: Protective and therapeutic effects of an extract mixture of alder tree, labiate herb, milk thistle green bean-rice bran fermentation, and turnip against ethanol-induced toxicity in the rat
Let us now examine plants with a view to learning the location of the various plants. The stem or trunk of the plant or tree consists almost entirely of woody fibre; this also forms a large portion of the other parts except the seeds, and, in some instances, the roots. The roots of the potato contain large quantities of starch. Other roots such as the carrot and turnip contain pectic acid,[J] a nutritious substance resembling starch.
I think that some of you have been with me at Willow Farm before to-day. When we were there we went into the farmer's fields in early spring, and saw the men and horses at work with ploughs and harrows. A little later on we saw some of the crops sown, such as barley and turnips. In summer we were in the hay-and corn-fields, and later still we saw the ricks being made. To-day we are at Willow Farm again, and I want to show you some of the flowers that grow there. I do not mean those which...
In a faded and patched blue coat, turned up with red, the bellman of Kinver appeared in the one long street of
that small place--if we call it a town we flatter it, if we speak of it as a village we insult it--and began to ring
outside the New Inn.
A crowd rapidly assembled and before the crier had unfolded the paper from which he proposed reading, an
ape of a boy threw himself before him, swinging a turnip by the stalk, assumed an air of pomposity and
ingenious caricature of the bellman, and shouted:
"O yes! O yes! O yes! Ladies and gents all,...
The seventeenth century was one of considerable progress in English agriculture. The decay of common-field farming was enabling individual enterprise to have its way. The population was rapidly growing; by 1688 the returns of the hearth tax prove that the northern counties were nearly as thickly populated as the southern, and prices during the first half were continually rising, though after that they remained almost stationary, since the effect of the influx of precious metals from the New World was exhausted.