Assignment on Role of Stress to Produce Disease

IntroductionPhysiological stress and physical injury are the primary contributing factors of fish disease and mortality in aquaculture. Stress is defined as physical or chemical factors that cause bodily reactions that may contribute to disease and death. Many potential fish disease pathogens are continually present in the water, soil, air, or fish. In nature fish are often resistant to these pathogens, ...

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A Case Study on Problem and Prospects of Silk Industry in Rajshahi City

CHAPTER-ONE1. Background of the issue/Prelude Sopura Silk Mills Ltd. is one of the high productive factories in Bangladesh. The production activities are vertically integrated. Though the most important products are sharee, it also produces shirts, Punjabi, ties, sallower, kames & hand bags. Some products are considered as the further upgraded huddle work, mirror & patchwork.To produce products, the factory, use ...

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Hamlet’s Nature, his Irresolution and Delay

Hamlet has intellectual depth but his sensitive, melancholic, introspective and scrupulous nature make him irresolute and dilatory in his action. Now, without analyzing Hamlet’s situation and his inward nature, it is difficult to comment on the reasons of his irresolution and delay which have been the most celebrated questions of the critics. Excessive reflection and speculation are also responsible for ...

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