Ppt on useful plants and animals as home remedy

NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are the sources which are useful to man or can be transformed into a useful product. Natural resources are classified.

and noises and help in preventing air and noise pollution. 6. Wildlife habitat: Forests are the homes of millions of wild animals and plants. Aesthetic Value Forests also have aesthetic value and serve as gene reserve of important species. Examples. 1.Tribals utilize bamboo and wild grass for erecting the huts to reside and for making other products like mats, baskets, cots, etc., used/ and also pollutes ground and surface waters Remedy Measures The best solution is, the red mud should be considered as a/


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plant manager is touring the factory with the foreman and comes upon a handicapped and/ I, pen, with, I, which, can, home, a, need, letter, a 4. that, his/use as well as to show some other correlated things. The word desert means to leave someone or something and no longer help or support them. He deserted his wife and daughter as well as his farm and/I took a remedial English class — maybe it wasn’t remedial, exactly, but/of primitive, invertebrate water animals, such as the trilobites Memorable quotes Section/


Scientists of the Scientific Revolution Clockwise from top: Kepler, Copernicus, Newton, Galileo, Descartes, and Ptolemy.

to life imprisonment and ended up locked in his own home where he went blind and had to give /could be solved by chemical remedies Although chemical remedies had been used, Paracelsus and his followers differed by giving /plants and animals as then known, about 7,700 species of plants and 4,400 species of animals. These works helped to establish and standardize the consistent binomial nomenclature for species which he introduced on a world scale for plants in 1753, and for animals in 1758, and which is used/


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Romeo and Juliet. Scene One ACT I Scene One PROLOGUE CHORUS Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient.

plants and animals come forth, and the Earth provides her children with many excellent forms of nourishment. Everything nature creates has some special property, and each one is different. FRIAR LAWRENCE In herbs, plants, stones, and their true qualities. For naught so vile that on the earth doth live But to the earth some special good doth give. Nor aught so good but, strained from that fair use/


Practical Horticulture 7 th edition By Laura Williams Rice and Robert P. Rice, Jr. © 2011, 2006, 2003, 2000, 1997 Pearson Education, Inc. Pearson Prentice.

Home Remedies Toothpicks or cotton swabs dipped in rubbing alcohol and touched to the insects can be used. Figure 18-14 Touching mealybugs or aphids with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol is a reliable control method for small infestations. When larger numbers of insects are present, many indoor plants can be sprayed with a 70% solution of rubbing alcohol. This spray may damage some plants/


Dd.  Bio means ‘life’ and diversity means ‘variety’, hence, biodiversity refers wide variety of life on the earth.  Our planet-earth (biosphere) contains.

animals are also consumed as food. (a) Ceropegia bulbosa: in central India and Western Ghats. (b) Codonopisis: in Himalayan region. (c) Cicer microphyllum: in Kashmir (d) Insects: molluscs, spiders, and wild herbivores are consumed by many tribal and non-tribal communities in India. Examp les 2. Drugs  Around 70% of modern medicines are derived from plant and plant extracts. 20,000 plant species are believed to be used/ money. Remedy measures 1.Illegal hunting and trade of animals and animal products should/


Exam Revision. Egyptian Medicine Communication Their widespread trade brought them new medical plants and introduced them to new medical ideas from different.

was going wrong, He had discovered that harmful microorganisms made the alcohol go bad.  What uses he put his ideas to: He put his ideas to showing that these germs cause disease in plants and animals,  How he spread his ideas: Publishes his results in 1861 anyone can check and do the experiments themselves, His ideas were spread in this way.  How he proved his/


Draft Land Use Bylaw Overview of the major proposed changes to the Land Use Bylaw.

: Added Veterinary Clinic: Added Warehouse Sales: Added Waste disposal site: Removed Waste Transfer Site: Added Water Treatment Plant: Added Work Camp: Added Yard, Exterior Side: Added Planning Authority (Part 3) 1.There are no proposed/and provides for multi-generational living and aging in place. Home-Based Business, Type 2 is a permitted use (low-intensity) and Type 3 is discretionary. Garden Suite is a discretionary use to allow for laneway housing as noted earlier in the presentation. Land Use/


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HERBS USED IN DXN PRODUCTS

. Glutamic Acid (8.94%). Along with glucose it fuels the brain cells. Can reduce the craving for alcohol and also stabilize mental health. Glycine (3.5%). Promoter of energy. Histidine (1.08%). Improves nerve relays, especially in the hearing organs. Has even been used as a remedy for deafness. Proline (2.97%). A Precursor of Glutamic acid. Serine (4.0%). Helps with the formation/


Science and the Bible.

7). When plants and animals die they decompose rapidly. Yet billions of life forms around the globe have been preserved as fossils. /remedies. Modern medicine has rediscovered what the Bible has said all along – there are healing compounds found in plants. Luke 10:34 And went to him, and bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and wine, and set him on his own beast, and brought him to an inn, and/was given to Joel approximately 2,800 years ago. The prophet uses the only thing he has seen in battle in his day/


– Agro forestry Farming and Community Development in Limpopo

biocidal activity against V. cholerae and E. coli, as well an anti-inflammatory, antinociceptive (reduction in sensitivity to painful stimuli) and antipyretic (reduction in fever) properties. While the oil and residue of the plant are used in many traditional remedies.[7] Juices from the plant, as well as the oil, are antiseptic and resistant to pests. The fruits and sprouts of P. pinnata were used in folk remedies for abdominal tumours in India, the/


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and regrow after harvesting on the same site. Therefore, forest is a renewable natural resource which provides timber and other products for home and industry; food and cover for wild and domestic animals, protection of soil and water values and /used as remedy for chest colds, fruits for curing diarrhea, dysentery and vomiting. GRASSES – are used for grazing. Domesticated animals may be grazed in forests provided that the numbers are kept to a level which does not inhibit regeneration and that areas planted/


Genesis Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6

half a year.       In these early days, the plants, the animals, and the people all lived together as friends. As the people multiplied, however, the animals had less room to roam, and they were either slaughtered for food or trampled under the humans feet. Finally the animals held a council to discuss what to do. The bears experimented with using bows and arrows to fight back, but they concluded that/


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Nutrient Best Management Practices for Water Quality Protection (Focused on Small Landholders & Limited Resource Farmers) Training and Discussion Session.

and to “back-up” each other Pollution Prevention Process Management Facility Management On-site Treatment Off-site Remediation Nutrient Balancing Nutrient Use/ applies a little at planting and 1 or 2 small /and promote a “Systems Approach” as proposed in earlier slides. 33 34 Conservation Tillage & Erosion Control Take Home Message Keep the soil covered as much as possible Leave crop residues on soil surface Use/ share seed and establishment cost Mobile technologies: Crop and animal production support & information with/


1.  Cause many infections of humans, animals, plants, and bacteria  Cannot carry out any metabolic pathway  Neither grow nor respond to the environment.

25  In Whole Organisms ◦ Bacteria ◦ Plants and Animals  Embryonated Chicken Eggs  In Cell (Tissue/and adults with varicella usually have more severe symptoms than children and are at a higher risk for complications, still most home remedies should work.  Risk complications are greater with pregnant women and newborns up to 4 weeks of age, as well as/ respiratory distress verified by immunoassay  Treatment is supportive  Ribavirin is used to treat extreme cases 205  Picornaviridae ◦ Polio, Hepatitis A, /


1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 2 Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit.

half a year. In these early days, the plants, the animals, and the people all lived together as friends. As the people multiplied, however, the animals had less room to roam, and they were either slaughtered for food or trampled under the humans feet. Finally the animals held a council to discuss what to do. The bears experimented with using bows and arrows to fight back, but they concluded that/


JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION 2 Introduction: Central and local govt provide services for and regulate the public across a huge range of activities.

other reason, uses discretion so as to run counter to the policy/plant. The Board had a policy of denying grants for any item of plant costing less than L25 and, in pursuance of that policy, rejected British Oxygens application as/ also the case of Doody v Home Secretary [1993] 3 WLR 154-where/and certiorari shall be known as a mandatory order, a prohibiting order and quashing order. The Ct may grant one or more of the following remedies: (a) Public law remedies *Quashing orders (formerly known as/


The lecture Hygienic description of physical, chemical and biological factor of production environment.

and homes, rugs, curtains, and acoustical ceiling materials are used to absorb sound. Because heating and/ animal species such as rats, rabbits, and monkeys. Using /and. certain chemical plants. It occurs in mines, lime and brick kilns, in deep wells and cells etc. Distressing symptoms arise, if the percentage of carbon dioxide increases more than 7-8%. Its symptoms are headache, chilliness, and symptoms of dyspnoea, leading to unconsciousness and death. Oxygen inhalation should be resorted to as a remedial/


The Rainforest Grade 4 Amy Richards and Emily Haggerty.

much of it is gone. Africa contains areas of high cloud forest, mangrove swamps and flooded forests. The island of Madagascar is home to many unique plants and animals that cannot be found anywhere else. The Layers A rainforest is really four layers of plants stacked one atop another. These are known as strata (zones). Starting at the top, the strata are: ●EMERGENTS: Giant trees that are/


Change and Sustainability 1. Importance of Soil Soil: the layer of material that covers the land Soil: the layer of material that covers the land –Where.

peat (a valuable source of nutrients) –Can be used for soil improvement –Burned as a fuel source Peat is sold for lots of money ($100 million a year) Peat is sold for lots of money ($100 million a year) 43 Protecting Wetlands Loss of an area leads to loss of the entire ecosystem (plant and animal biodiversity) Loss of an area leads to loss of/


1 ITRC Internet-based training and Technical and Regulatory Guidance Incorporating Bioavailability Considerations into the Evaluation of Contaminated Sediment.

63 Case Study Using Bioavailability Indiana Steel and Wire Site - Mocks Pond 64 Site Description and Background  Galvanizing plant, Muncie, Indiana  2.8 acre former limestone quarry Received plant production wastewater from 1962-1973 Lime was added to neutralize wastewater before discharge to pond Pond contained 51,000 cubic yards of stabilized spent pickling sludge Sediment samples contained high concentrations  Heavy metals (Sb, As, Cd, Cr/


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which that duty extends include in particular— (a)the provision and maintenance of plant and systems of work that are, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risks to health; (b)arrangements for ensuring, so far as is reasonably practicable, safety and absence of risks to health in connection with the use, handling, storage and transport of articles and substances; (c)the provision of such information, instruction, training/


 When the aim of remediation is shifted from cleaning up the contamination to restoring the quality of the soil, we will have achieved the goal of managing.

Components  Capitalism  Longer Life Expectancy  Entrepreneurship  Transportation, Supply and Demand  The Change of our societies and culture  When the aim of remediation is shifted from cleaning up the contamination to restoring the quality of the soil, we will have achieved the goal of managing soil as a natural resource for sustained use. -The Soil Environment H. Cheng and D. Mulla University of Minnesota St. Paul, MN/


APES Review! 4/24/08. Introduction Environment, biotic, abiotic Environment, biotic, abiotic Thomas Malthus and Paul Ehrlich: predicted massive population.

Phosphates are used in plants and animals 2.Decaying organic matter puts phosphates in soil –This is often used as fertilizers 3.Animals and plants pick up phosphates to use The biogeochemical cycles The sulfur cycle The sulfur cycle 1.Sulfur is used to /, asbestos Radon gas: radioactive gas that is produced within the Earth and enters homes Radon gas: radioactive gas that is produced within the Earth and enters homes Carbon monoxide: decreases oxygen levels in tissues; created by incomplete combustion of/


THE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF DAFF, DOH AND THE DTI ( NCC, NRCS) ON FOOD SAFETY REGULATION.

involved in enforcement Perishable Products Export Control Board (PPECB) appointed as assignee to conduct inspections of perishable products of plant origin exported from South Africa) FOOD SAFETY: INTERACTION WITHIN BRANCH: AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, HEALTH AND FOOD SAFETY FOOD SAFETY Agriculture Inputs Contro l Plant Health Inspection Services Plant Production Foods Import and Exp ort Genetic Resources Animal Health Animal Production Veterinary Public Health National Consumer Commission (NCC) is established/


How Good were Roman Public Health System? The bathhouses changed once a week Clean water came in, and they weren’t mixed with toilet water Clean water.

lecturer read a text by an authority such as Galen. People did not debate Galens ideas because they had no other evidence to follow up on. Generally, the Church banned the dissection of human bodies so their little accurate knowledge and many errors were made. Roman medical treatment: Home remedies Gods and their priests Trained doctors Romans used home remedies in the early stages of a person being/


SCIENCE 2015-16 Project Overviews for each Year Group and Longitudinal Studies.

.co.uk › Schools Home › Primary - Ages 4/as a tally/ bar graph/ Venn etc Record findings using simple scientific language Record findings using drawing and labelled diagrams Record findings using keys – to classify animals and plants Record findings using bar charts Record findings using tables Report on findings from enquiry using oral and written explanation…look at the animals spotted in locality and create a locality report Report findings using displays, presentations of results and conclusions. Using/


+ Supporting Science Textbook Content while enriching the Learning Process in Junior High/Middle School Plants for Food and Fibre.

the amounts of different nutrients present in the soil and use fertilizer to remedy the deficiencies in the soil in different areas. Topic 5: Sustaining the Soil Soil: A Lively Community soil-dwellers decomposers Healthy soil contains soil-dwellers and decomposers. The decomposers break down plant and animal tissue, forming humus, which helps roots grow by trapping water and air. The four main types of decomposers are: - Bacteria/


Drugs 101 BPS 1101. Assigned Readings Each mid term and the exam will include questions dealing with assigned readings –Mid Term 1 Reading 1 –Mid Term.

used for many medicinal and magical purposes –Primary use was a cure for demonic possession Rhino horn is a phallic symbol Powdered rhino horn used in Chinese medicine as an aphrodisiac Mercury is a heavy liquid People drink mercury as a purgative Doctrine of signatures Most remedies/drugs today Biologic 14% Vaccine 4% Natural Product 5% Semi-Synthetic 23% Synthetic 54% Extract from plants and animals Rare to find things from nature today. Drugs are found from random screening Drugs designed by computer High/


THE USE OF NOSODES IN PRACTICE MOLLIE HUNTON FFHom.

possibilities add in a nosode. ► The remedy and nosode seem to work on different parts of the immune system. NOSODE Medicine derived from pathological material. May be of plant, animal or human origin. Includes micro-organisms, diseased tissue, or the product of disease processes, such as discharges and effusions. Ref: International Dictionary of Homeopathy. J. Swayne 2000 Isodes The use of medicines derived from the causative agent/


Implementation of the Landfill Directive RTP 25771, Łódź (Poland), 14.12.2007 Christof Delatter Association of Flemish Cities and Municipalities (Vereniging.

in schools, institutions, retirement homes: strong social and educational impact –Strict rules to follow ! (animal by-products, animal welfare…) Diverting biological waste from landfills (6) Prevention of organic waste: “waste-free garden” –Mostly communication and demonstration of good practices –Concept of a garden in which all the organic waste from the garden can be processed in the garden itself use of indigenous plants who produce less waste/


TRAINING FOR THE HEALTH SECTOR [Date …Place …Event…Sponsor…Organizer]

that used different /plants and animals; only the most widespread. Ciguatera is found mainly in tropical reef fish. Since it accumulates in the food chain, large predatory fish are the most toxic. Poisoning causes gastrointestinal, cardiovascular and neurological symptoms, such as/and Prevention 34 PREVENTION, REMEDIATION & EDUCATION Mycotoxins PREVENTION, REMEDIATION & EDUCATION Protect child and pregnant woman from ingesting or inhaling mycotoxins Foods (especially grains) Water-damaged, moldy homes/


UC DANR Pesticide Use and Experimentation Lisa Blecker, Statewide Pesticide Coordinator Office of Pesticide Information and Coordination (OPIC) 530-752-3912.

Exceptions Exceptions Home remedies used by the homeowner Home remedies used by the homeowner for non-agricultural sites for non-agricultural sites Substances such as steam for weed control Substances such as steam for weed control Some Materials that are Pesticides Disinfectants Disinfectants Clorox Clorox Chemicals to sterilize benches or countertops Chemicals to sterilize benches or countertops Algaecides Algaecides Animal repellents Animal repellents Pheromones Pheromones All must be registered and the/


Herbs and Foods as Galactogogues

use of herbs in general, and almost no research on herbal galactogogues at all Our basic knowledge comes from Commission E (Germany), oral & written tradition, and anecdotes Many resources flawed; not all animal studies can or should be extrapolated to humans, as plant actions can vary on different animals/and chooses one remedy only Remedies are diluted until no measurable amount of source remains; can be found in 6x, 12x, 6c, 12c, 30c, 200c, L and M dilution/ potencies; typically used/Baby born at home, 8#2/


Nomenclature in Latin Castanea sativa, sweet chestnut. Sativum, Sativus, and Sativa - adjectives meaning cultivated, Sativa derived from the Latin satum,

Native Americans. BUT Vitis vinifera cv imported. French Paradox French tend to eat higher levels of animal fat, but the incidence of heart disease remains low? Potential benefits include: reduces platelet aggregation/uses documented in the Ebers Papyrus and in the Edwin Smith Papyrus. Dried papyrus used for expanding & drying fistulae - as an aid to open an abscess for the application of medicine. Burnt papyrus ash was a caustic remedy. Ash used for diseases of eye & if added to wine it induced sleep. Plant/


Eutrophication 4 Assessing, Monitoring and Remediation Alice Newton.

Remediation  Sewage treatment (with biological nutrient removal). Smart septic tanks  Restoring wetlands and riperian vegetation  Reduction of nonpoint sources of N & P  Efficient and intelligent use of fertilizer inc. timed application & sub soil delivery  Treatment of animal wastes and utilization of manure as fertilizer  Decrease animal protein diet demand  Controls on vehicles and industrial atmospheric outputs  Nutrient trading…although CO 2 trading has NOT been a success home.cc.umanitoba/


When the settlers arrived to the New World, they learned how to use common plants in their folk medicines from the Native Americans. The Indians also.

from the roots and acts as a sedative for asthma. Skunk Cabbage Bronchitis A tea was made from the leaves which was used for bronchial and other respiratory problems. Creosote Bush Burns The blossoms were boiled and the resulting liquid was applied to burns and skin sores. Yellow-Spine Thistle Colds & Fevers Boneset tea was one of the most frequently used home remedies The tea was used to cure fevers/


Small Dose of Lead and Mercury A Small Dose of Toxicology A Small Dose of Pb or Hg An Introduction To The Health Effects of Lead & Mercury.

Home Lead Exposure MMWR - April 06, 2001 / 50(13);246-8 A Small Dose of Toxicology Small Dose of Lead and Mercury Herculaneum, Missouri Doe Run – Lead smelter 160,000 tons of lead per year One of the largest lead smelters in US Past over 800 tons of lead released into the environment as/In Use For 48 Years Little Knowledge Of Benefits Or Hazards Of These Drugs The Treatment Is Removing The Source Of Lead Lead Chelating A Small Dose of Toxicology Small Dose of Lead and Mercury Lead In Ethnic Remedies /


Mansel A Nelson Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals An Introduction to Mold and Moisture 1.

Moisture Warm temperatures, and Oxygen 6 7 Food Sources  Organic sources  Soils, food, plant matter  Human and animal hair and dander  Clothing and fabric fibers  Fibers/ to occupants in home/building 4. Develop plan for clean-up/remediation 5. Ensure that maintenance staff and occupant are informed /remediation manager as needed Consider use of PPE. Consider use of containment. Plans can vary greatly in size and complexity. Communicate with occupants. Do they need to be relocated? 40 41 Mold Remediation/


Crop Biotech, Aquaculture, and Animal Agriculture: Identifying Trends, Concerns, and Best Practices Ike Sharpless Winslow Management Company Tuesday, Sept.

a poor investment Algae pellets Traditional Chinese aquaculture 4,000 years old, and from which the Chinese have actually moved towards Western methods Rears herbivorous and carnivorous species in the same pond using plants to serve as food (eliminates fishmeal and is ecosystem-based approach: “integrated multi- trophic aquaculture”). This model can also use ducks/chickens in an integrated system where their poop makes algae for the/


BR-main 1. An English Song -- Dear Diary 2. Questionnaire 3. Warm-up Questions Before Reading Listen to the Song Questions and Answers 4. Background Information.

such as Britain’s National Work-Life Forum have sprung up, urging employers to end the long-hours culture among managers and to adopt family-friendly working policies. The cat is a domestic animal in many countries. domestic: adj. 2)of or inside a particular country 1)of the home, household or family GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product. Police and hospital records indicate that/


Pollution 25-30% of your APES Exam. Air Pollution Primary pollutants are emitted directly into the air from natural sources such as volcanoes, mobile.

a variety of plants and animals The strength depends on many factors – How acidic the water is – Chemistry and buffering capacity of soils – Types of organisms that rely on water and soil Acid Deposition- Dry Dry deposition refers to acidic gases and particles About half of the acidity in the atmosphere comes from dry deposition Wind blows these acidic particles and gases on buildings, cars, homes and trees, They/


Chapter 24 Solid and Hazardous Waste. Chapter Overview Questions  What is solid waste and how much do we produce?  How can we produce less solid waste?

Phase out use of mercury in all products unless they are recycled Require labels on all products containing mercury Switch from coal to natural gas and renewable energy resources such as wind, solar cells, and hydrogen Convert coal to liquid or gaseous fuel Collect and recycle mercury- containing electric switches, relays, and dry-cell batteries Tax each unit of mercury emitted by coal-burning plants and incinerators Sharply/


Biodiversity and Endangered Species. ORIGINS OF LIFE 1 billion years of chemical change to form the first cells, followed by about 3.7 billion years of.

uses. CASE STUDY: TROPICAL DEFORESTATION Large areas of ecologically and economically important tropical forests are being cleared and degraded at a fast rate. Figure 3-1 CASE STUDY: TROPICAL DEFORESTATION At least half of the world’s terrestrial plant and animal/a degraded ecosystem with another type of ecosystem. Creating artificial ecosystems: such as artificial wetlands for flood reduction and sewage treatment. Remediation: Repairing an ecosystem that has been destroyed. Habitat Protection – A prevention/


Vision 2050 From ‘Business as Usual’ to a Sustainable Future Nine billion people all living well, and within the limits of the planet.

and businesses’ incomes and increase consumers’ expenses. Food loss and waste also represents a missed opportunity to mitigate environmental impacts and resource use from food chains, as it represents an increase in GHG emissions and a waste of precious resources like water and land. The Solution: Reducing food loss and/ increasing operational efficiency. What is food loss and waste? “Food loss and waste” refers to the edible parts of plants and animals that are produced or harvested for human consumption/


Potions & Poisons: Alchemy to Pharmacology. What is Pharmacology? Definition: The Greek word for drug, pharmakon means a drug, remedy, and a poison. Drugs.

as galenicals, or simples. Roman-era pharmacopoeia embraced the therapies of much of the Classical age, and relied on an assortment of medical botany—more than 600 plants, animals and their derivatives. Remedies were classified by their physical qualities: oils, animals, cereals, herbs, roots, and/In medieval Europe Churchmen, such as the Venerable Bede (672-735) in England, and fellow monks had extensive knowledge of plant remedies. Unschooled healers often used chants and charms to cure certain diseases /


Introduction In the past most drugs have been discovered either by identifying the active ingredient from traditional remedies or by serendipitous discovery.

natural sources, plants, microbes and animals. Natural products can be an entire organism a part of a plant/an organism/and their derivatives represent over 60% of all drugs clinically used worldwide where natural products from medicinal plants alone contribute to 25% of total drugs Natural products and related drugs are reportedly used for example as antibacterial, anticancer, anticoagulant, antiparasitic and/ toxic Difference between classical and non- classical isosteres: Home task…….. DRUG DISCOVERY &/


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