Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Ryzza Mae, Kwentuhang Halloween!




Boooo!
Like any other kids her age, ang ating Stress Reliever ay mahilig sa mga kwentong nakakatakot. Aminin man o hindi ay gustung-gusto natin ang nakakatikim ng thrill lalo na kapag nasa climax na ng kwento? Ganyan din si Ryz. At naghubad pa iyan ng sapatos at tinaas ang paa sa silya to be as comfortable as possible habang nakikinig kay Ate Therese, isang member ng EB creative staff. Matapang ha?  






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6 comments:

  1. cute ni aling maliit...more power to ur show n be good always..God bless!!!

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  2. you're the sweetest child ever, ryzza! maganda ang puso mo! God bless you little one! we love you very much! from your fans here in the U.S.

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    PARA SA PILIPINAS KONG MAHAL

    EDUKASYON/KAALAMAN

    MAGKAISA/MAGTULUNGAN/MAGBAYANIHAN TAYONG LAHAT!

    AGRICULTURAL BIODIVERSITY

    Agricultural biodiversity is a sub-set of general biodiversity. It includes all forms of life directly relevant to agriculture; rare seed varieties and animal breeds ( farm biodiversity ), but also many other organisms such as soil fauna, weeds, pests, predators, and all of the native plants and animals ( wild biodiversity ) existing on and flowing through the farm. However, most attention in this field is given to crop varieties and to crop wild relatives. Cultivated varieties ". Modern varieties are the outcome of the formal breeding and are often characterized as 'high yielding'. For example the short straw wheat and rice varieties of the Green Revolution. In contrast, farmer's varieties ( also known as landraces ) are the product of ( breeding and ) selection carried out by farmers. Together, these varieties represent high levels of genetic diversity and are therefore the focus of the most crop genetic resources conservation efforts. Agricultural biodiversity will also be absolutely essential to cope with the predicted impacts of climate change, not simply as a source of traits but as the underpinnings of more resilient farm ecosystems. Agricultural biodiversity is the basis of our agricultural food chain, developed and safeguarded by farmers, livestock breeders, forest worker, fishermen and indigenous peoples throughout the world, The use of agricultural biodiversity ( as opposed to non diverse production methods ) can contribute to food security and livelihood security.

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      AGRICULTURAL BIODIVERSITY

      SCOPE

      Although the term agricultural biodiversity is relatively new - it has come into wide use in recent years as evidenced by bibliographic references - the concept itself is quite old. It is the result of the careful selection and inventive developments of farmers, herders and fishers over millennia. Agricultural biodiversity is a vital sub-set of biodiversity. It is a use of life,i.e. ancillary biotechnologies, by Mankind whose food and livelihood security depend on the sustained management of those diverse biological resources that are important for food and agriculture. As for everything, agricultural biodiversity can be used, not used, misused and even abused. Agricultural biodiversity includes:

      > Domesticated crop and 'wild' plants ( called: crop wild relatives ), including woody perennials ( see: forest genetic resources ) and aquatic plants ( used for food and other natural resources based products ), domestic and wild animals ( (used for food, fibre, milk, hides, furs, power, organic fertilizer), fish and other aquatic animals, within field, forest, rangeland and aquatic ecosystems

      > Domesticated livestock species and their wild relatives

      > Non-harvested species within production agroecosystems that support food provision, including soil micro-biota, pollinators and so on

      > Non-harvested species in the wider environment that support food production agroecosystems ( agricultural, pastoral, forest and aquatic ecosystems )

      However, agricultural biodiversity, sometimes called Agrobiodiversity, " encompasses the variety and variability for animals, plants and micro-organisms which are necessary to sustain key functions for the agroecosystem. its structure and processes for, and in support of, food production and food security ". It further " comprises genetic, population, species, community, ecosystem, and landscape components and human interactions with all these.

      Aguatic diversity is also an important component of agricultural biodiversity. The conservation and sustainable use of local aquatic ecosystems, ponds, rivers, costal commons by artisanal fisherfolk and smallholder farmers is important to the survival of both humans and the environment. Since aquatic organisms, including fish, provide much for our food supply as well as underpinning the income of coastal peoples, it is critical that fisherfolk and smallholder farmer have genetic reserves and sustainable ecosystems to draw upon as aquaculture and marine fisheries management continue to evolve.

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      AGRICULTURAL BIODIVERSITY

      HUMAN DEPENDENCY

      Agricultural biodiversity is not only the result of human activity but human life is dependent on it not just for the immediate provision of food and other natural resources based goods, but for the maintenance of areas of land and waters that will sustain production and maintain agroecosystems and the wider biological and environmental services ( biospler ).

      Agricultural Biodiversity provides:

      . Sustainable production of food and other agricultural products emphasising both strengthening sustainability in production systems at all levels of intensity and improving the conservation, sustainable use and enhancement of the diversity of all genetic resources for food and agriculture, especially plant and animal genetic resources, in all types of production systems

      > Biological or life support to production empasising conservation, sustainable use and enhancement of the biological resources that support sustainable production systems, particularly soil biota, pollinators and predators

      > Ecological and social services provided by agro-ecosystems such as landscape and wildlife protection, soil protection health ( gentility, structure and function ), water cycle and water quality, air quality, CO2 sequestration, etc.

      LIKAS NA YAMAN ATING MAHALIN, INGATAN, PROTEKTAHAN, ALAGAAN AT PAGYAMANIN.

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    DISCIPLINE

    As I sat dreaming about my chances of SUCCESS I stumbled upon a topic that could lead me to the crest A topic my teacher was bent on making me learn So that could, with ease let success be churned............ DISCIPLINE is what my teacher stressed on........... A word that could let me MAKE UP for the time that was gone Be it in ACADEMIC or sports or any other field ......... There are countless benefits a confident mind could yield........... A confident mind is THE PRODUCT of disciplined approach........ That, through months of hardwork, let the mind be coached...... Discipline in SCHOOL plays an important role In turning us into responsible citizens on the whole ......... Discipline at home makes our parents shower on us praise. Relieved they are to see that there is no need to mend our ways INDEED discipline and obedience often go together...... They help us to reach out to success in TIMES OF bad weather. I now realize why my teacher scolds us for being naughty If we are disciplined now, we shall be successful before forty. Todat I AM trying to be disciplined in each and every step, Come tomorrow, I SHALL THANK MY TEACHERS FOR TURNING ME INTO THE BEST.

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