Brave New World by H.L. Kundu

By H.L. Kundu

A myth of the longer term that sheds a blazing severe mild at the present--considered to be Aldous Huxley's so much enduring masterpiece.

''Mr. Huxley is eloquent in his announcement of an artist's religion in guy, and it truly is his eloquence, sour in assault, noble in safety, that, whilst one has closed the e-book, one remembers.'' --Saturday overview of Literature

''A exceptional racy narrative, jam-packed with a lot very good satire and literary horseplay.'' --Forum

''It is as glowing, provocative, as tremendous, within the applicable feel, as awesome advertisements the day it used to be released. this is often partly simply because its prophetic voice has remained strangely modern, either in its specific forecasts and in its normal tone of semiserious alarm. however it is way extra as the booklet succeeds as a piece of art...This is definitely Huxley's most sensible book.'' --Martin eco-friendly

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3. Now let us summarise all the types of productivities explained above as follows: (1) Gross Primary Productivity (GPP)—the total amount of biomaterials synthesised by autotrophs. (2) Net Primary Productivity ( NPP)—that portion of GPP that remains to be available to the heterotrophs. (3) Gross Secondary Productivity (GSP)—the total amount of biomaterial synthesised by herbivores. (4) Net Secondary Productivity (NSP)—that fraction of the GSP that remains to be available to the carnivores. Similarly (5) GTP and (6) NTP denote Gross and Net Tertiary productivities respectively and so are the meanings of (7) GQP and (8) NQP.

4. 4. Some plants and animals respond to the presence of very small quantities of certain materials present in Nature. For example, pines and junipers if growing on uranium containing deposits, tend to contain uranium on the above-ground parts of these plants. If the foilage of such *Flagellates are a type of one—celled animals (known as PROTOZOA) who are characterised by the presence of a tail-like structure called flagellum along with their bodies. Example-malarial parasite—Plasmodium sp. pm5/Fourth Proof/19-9-05 Productivity 45 plants are examined (fluorimetrically) and found to conotain more than 2 ppm uranium, the soil is considered to contain commercially exploitable deposits of uranium.

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