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One major technique of plant breeding is selection, the process of selectively propagating plants with desirable characteristics and eliminating or "culling" those with less desirable characteristics. 
Another technique is the deliberate interbreeding (crossing) of closely or distantly related individuals to produce new crop varieties or lines with desirable properties. Plants are crossbred to introduce traits/genes from one variety or line into a new genetic background. For example, a mildew-resistant pea may be crossed with a high-yielding but susceptible pea, the goal of the cross being to introduce mildew resistance without losing the high-yield characteristics. Progeny from the
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Fireweed, also known as rosebay willowherb and narrow-leaf fireweed, is a perennial wildflower that grows in many areas of the United States. The plant can reach a height of 5 feet and produces small pinkish-purple flowers. As long as you live in a climate with adequate moisture, you can grow this plant by planting the seeds directly in the ground. Fireweed can become dormant during hot summer weather. The plant will require some care to promote health and growth.
1.) Select an area with full to partial sunlight. Ideal locations include areas near drainage ditches or near bodies of water in full sunlight. These areas will be high in humidity, which is ideal for fireweed
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SEPTEMBER 28, 2012
WILLIAM BRUNS JULIE H. HERTENSTEIN KELVIN LIU
Danshui Plant No. 2
In August 2010, Wentao Chen, manager of Danshui Plant No. 2 in southern China, was anxious. The plant was in the third month of a 12-month contract to assemble the Apple iPhone 4. The contract called for Danshui to assemble 2.4 million iPhones in the period between June 1, 2010, and May 31, 2011, but now in the third month of the contract, production was only 180,000 units per month. Chen called Jianye Ma, the plant controller, to request a summary of monthly operations for August as soon after the end of the month as possible. Danshui was a contract manufacturer that assembled electronic
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Project Planning 1
Scott T. Walker
Keller Graduate School
PM586: Project Management
Professor Gary Gross
In January 2008 the board of directors of SEITZ Corporation authorized the expenditure of $2,750,000 to construct a new plant in Huntsville Alabama that was to be completed and delivering product by 2010. Janis Clark was selected to be the project manager.
Janice was given access to several key resources within the company including functional elements of the corporations Midwest plant and headquarters. She was also assigned key individuals Steve Pokorski, the Vice President of Operations, and Joe Downs, the Director
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Background of the Study
wawfawgfwfeaheaufnhacwacawrcwawaI dunno. Soda's main ingredient is water. So whichever soda with the most water would make the plant grow the most.... But I'm sure the plants would probably die because soda is also known to do the opposite of what water does (I couldn't think of the proper word). So, this may not be the best idea.I dunno. Soda's main ingredient is water. So whichever soda with the most water would make the plant grow the most.... But I'm sure the plants would probably die because soda is also known to do the opposite of what water does (I couldn't think of the proper word). So, this may not be the best idea.I dunno. Soda's main ingredient is
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Case 11-8 Billy’s Beats Inc. Billy’s Beats Inc. (Billy’s), an SEC registrant, is a new audit client with a fiscal year-end of December 31, 2010. Billy’s manufactures musical instruments. Billy’s acquired Little Drummer Boy Inc. (Little Drummer) in 2010 for $575 million in cash. Significant assets acquired included property, plant, and equipment totaling $865 million and other assets totaling $145 million. The useful lives assigned to the property, plant, and equipment acquired were 30 years for the plant and 15 years for the equipment. The useful lives for the plant and equipment already owned by Billy’s are 20 years and 10 years, respectively. Acquired customer lists, included in other
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Ecosystem is a living thing. It is a community of animals, and them interacting with each other in an environment. Everyone is in it. It a place where the plants grow and, also there are animal in it, people are part of the ecosystem too. If one thing is taken away can affect the other. There is a component called abiotic and biotic.
Plants and animal and also people are part of the ecosystem. An ecosystem means ecological system. Each organism has its niche. Plants are important or other animal. We are part of an ecosystem. Plants are important to animal that eats plant. It is because the animal gets energy from plant. Animal are not the only that is there
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Abstract: In this experiment we observed and later identified the effects of certain herbicide application on plant growth. We planted a total of fourteen seeds in each of our eight different pots; seven soybean seeds and seven corn seeds. We designated four different treatment groups that were labeled the following; control, unknown, known, and extra treatment group. Over the course of two weeks the plants were placed in a greenhouse and given the proper measures to germinate. Then, the greenhouse staff administered an herbicide to our known group and an herbicide to our unknown group. Additionally, our group administered the extra treatment, Diet Coke, to our extra treatment group. We
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DECISION ENTRIES — C Company
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND CITIZENSHIP
Use of "Green" Footwear-Making Materials
Use of Recycled Boxing / Packaging
Energy Efficiency Initiative
($000s per distribution center and per million pairs of plant capacity)
BRANDED SALES FORECAST (internet and wholesale)
Retail Price ($/pair)
Co. C's Estimated
Proposed Ind. Avg.
In Year 20 the Internet
Market will account for
15% of total branded
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Let Xij i=1,2,3,4,5,6; j =1,2,3 denote the quantity of waste transported from i-th plant to j-th waste disposal centre. Then the objective function Z representing the cost and different constraints of the problem can be written as
X11+X12+X13 = 35
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X21+X22+X23 = 26
X31+X32+X33 = 42
X41+X42+X43 = 53
X51+X52+X53 = 29
X61+X62+X63 = 38
Xij 0, i=1,2,3,4,5,6
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grains, increase fish intake (2 servings/week) What is the TLC diet and what does it entail?
A) TLC = Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes. From the NIH, designed to help decrease cholesterol through diet and lifestyle changes: the same changes we saw in table 11.6, also recommends 2 grams per day of plant sterols What do plant sterols have to do with high blood cholesterol? A) Plant sterols – the plant form of cholesterol.
Slightly chemically different, prevent us from absorbing cholesterol in the intestines, currently only recommended for those with high cholesterol
What is meant by the concept of ‘energy balance’?
A) Intake = output weight maintenance
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Project Scope Statement
Project Name | Seitz Container Corporation | Project Number | |
Project Manager | Janet Clark | Prioritization | |
Owner(s) | Johann Seitz, Walter Seitz, Teri Seitz |
Project Description | To meet increased competition by developing a long range strategic plan to meet increased competition that will enable the company to succeed like that of the past. Increasing presence in new markets and increasing sales while maintain leadership in the Midwest territory. |
Project Product | Seitz Containter Corporation manufactures small to medium size plastic bottles and containers. The idea of constructing a new plant in Huntsville, AL that will
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1. Transpiration is “the uptake of water by plant roots, transport through the plant and evaporation from the leaf through pores called stomata” (Roberts et al., 2006). Transpiration is important because it enables the plant to absorb nutrients while taking up water and the effect of evaporation prevents the temperature within the plant from reaching “supra-high levels” (Roberts et al., 2006).
2. Plants regulate transpiration through “partial or complete stomatal closure” (Roberts et al., 2006).
3. Transpiration is affect by many abiotic factors such as “water stress, flooding, light intensity, high temperatures, cold and freezing” (Nilsen and Orcutt, 1996
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Photosynthesis and Solar cells
In order for humans to live, as well as all living organisms, photosynthesis used by plants to create solar energy is essential. The way cells are created and regenerated is fascinating and we are still making new discoveries each and every day.
A solar cell converts light energy from the sun directly into electricity. Plant cells contains chloroplasts and absorbs light energy from the Sun. Plant growth and development are driven by continuous generation of new cells. (Inze, D. &DeVeylder, L. The plant cycle Annu.Rev Plant Biology, 54 235-236, 2006). There are several similarities in both cells. ATP in common in both plant cells and solar cells
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negatively charged fabric fibers.
The higher the concentration, the more it inhibits the growth of the mungbean plants.
The effects of different amounts of concentrations of Downy fabric softener will be tested on Mungbeans to determine whether or not this certain fabric softener is affecting the plant.
Mungbean plant (120 pcs) Tissue
Plant containers (12 pcs) Measuring tools
100 ml of Distilled water (3 pcs) Notes
Fabric Softener (Downy)
1. Collect and soaked mungbeans, for a couple of minutes. Those will descend will be planted, those ascends will not.
2. Prepare the container with water and tissue.
3. Place each
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Xerophytes are plants that are adapted in such a way that they are able to tolerate extended periods of dry conditions. Most water lost from plants is in the form of water vapour that diffuses out of the leaves through the stomata during the process of transpiration. Transpiration may also take place through the cuticle. The plant cannot stop all loss of water vapour as this would prevent diffusion of oxygen & carbon dioxide during respiration and photosynthesis.
The following characteristics are typical of xerophytic plants and help to prevent moisture loss and to store available water:
The roots have large capacity for storing water along with deep taproots. This allows them
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Plant cell and animal cell are different in shape, size and also has few different organelles which function in different way. One of the main difference between plant cells and animal cells is that plant cells have a cell wall, whereas animal cells don't. Instead of cell wall animal cells have cell membrane but the plant cells have both cell wall and cell membrane. The cell wall in plant cells work as a protection layer outside the cell membrane which also provides structure for the plant cell. It is seen as a shape giver to the plant. Likewise it also purify or determine the substances that goes in and out of the cells which protect the cells from being damage. Although
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oriented working environment.
By assuring that our employees are well informed and properly supported, we will provide a climate focused on the long term viability of our company.
We must be focused in achieving and maintaining reasonable profitability to assure that the financial and human capital is available for sustained growth.
Riordan Manufacturing is a global plastics manufacturer employing 550 people with projected annual earnings of $46 million. The company is wholly owned by Riordan Industries, a Fortune 1000 enterprise with revenues in excess of $1 billion.
Its products include plastic beverage containers produced at its plant in
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Unit Six Written Assignment
MT435 Operations Management
March 26, 2012
Albatross Anchor is a small family owned business that began in 1976 with few family members. The company has grown tremendously over the years causing issues with production and the administrative area is also affected. The plant is technology deprived, dirty, disorganized, and not meeting US safety and environmental standards. As the company grew more processes were added and with the limited space, production was not running smoothly. When Albatross Anchor first opened its doors their expertise was in the manufacturing of bell/mushroom anchors. In 1989, in
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In charge of Production Plant
Asst Manager Production Asst Manager Maintenance Asst Manager Quality Control Jr. Manger (Q.A)- A
Supervision of Production Activities
Jr. Manger (Q.A)- B
MSc (Pharmaceutical 1640-60-2600In charge of Quality Chemistry)/ MSc (Micro Biology) with 2 years 75-2900 Assurance experience in the relevant field.
Jr. Manger (Q.C)
B.Pharm with 2 years experience OR Msc. In charge of Quality (Chemistry)with 2
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Case Study: The Environmental Impact of the J and J Chemical Fire
The J&J chemical company is a manufacturing facility that provides and delivers portable sanitation products and services to more than 80 countries. Its headquarters and main manufacturing plant is located on Olympic Drive in Athens Georgia. This 30,000 square foot manufacturing plant produces portion control deodorizers, green products, non-formaldehyde, formaldehyde liquids, fragrance enhancers, cleaners, degreasers, hand sanitizers, and soap. The rear portion of this plant’s parcel borders the edge of Trail Creek, a major tributary for the Oconee River. The Oconee River is a two hundred and twenty
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products, J.K. Super for PPC products and J.K. White and Camel for white cement products. From the year 1998 to 2004, modifications in kilns and cement mills etc. were implemented, which increased the aggregate installed capacity of the company's Nimbahera facility to 2.8 MTPA. The operations of second grey cement plant at the existed Mangrol were commenced with a five stage pre-heater and an in-line calciner kiln plant in 2001, with an installed capacity of 0.75 MTPA. During the year 2005-06, the company had commissioned 10 MW turbine to meet the necessity under the grey cement segment. Also in the same year of 2005-06, J K Cement had sanctioned working capital facilities for Rs.50 crores
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J is the software firm. The gross margin is very high: “90.7%””. Office buildings and computers are the services needed. High R&D/Sales: “19.8%””. The Net Plant & Equipment is low: “8.6%””
2.Receivables are unimportant for an online retailer
Thus, A is the On-line retailer as it doesn’t need as much Net income by sales (- 43.9%”) as others and it does not accept receivables while costumers are paying as they buy on line (individuals pay cash or credit card). It also has a high goodwill and intangibles due to lack of physical stores.
It also has Low inventory and manages its inventory very aggressively.
3.”Warehouse Club for food and general merchandise has high Net Plant &
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new life, bringing back order.
Exercise #2- Discuss any two plant species and any two animal species that are affecting the Everglades. What are the challenges facing the native species and how are they adapting to the changing environment? List 3 references.
Australian pine- This plant was brought over to the Everglades and used for landscaping purposes from South pacific Islands and Australia. The tree’s roots disrupt the nesting of the native creatures such as the American crocs and turtles.
Brazilian pepper plant- This pepper tree was brought over from Brazil to market the peppers. As birds ate the seeds, they begin to spread them from their feces. As these trees begin to
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report this to someone who will take care of the problem.
I decide to speak to several people at the factory before I report the issues at the factory. I spoke to the Safety Coordinator and he basically told me to sit tight and wait until next month when he schedules a major clean up at the factory. I also speak to the Area manager which he tells me to not worry about anything since he has a plethora of experience in the field and recognizes a dangerous situation when he sees one. Speaking to Karen next provides me with a sense of urgency because she tells me she is nervous and how she saw a plant back in her hometown explode due to wood dust. Lastly, I speak to the owner of the factory and
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Gumamela (scientific name: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Linn) - called China rose or Hibiscus in the West, it is a common ornamental plant in the Philippines. As a medicinal herb, it is used as an expectorant for coughs, cold, sore throat, fever and bronchitis.
Lagundi (scientific name: Vitex negundo) - one of the better known of the medicinal plants in the Philippines, lagundi (five-leaved chaste tree) is a shrub with many medicinal uses. It is used for the relief and treatment of coughs, asthma, dyspepsia, worms, colic, rheumatism and boils. The root is known to be an expectorant, tonic and febrifuge.
Luya (scientific name: Zingiber officinale) or Ginger. It is botanically
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Case Study: Mother’s New Job and Her Child’s Illness
Michael J. Harris
Columbia Southern University
April 6, 2016
Mother’s New Job and Her Child’s Illness
When a mother delivers a health baby and then starts a new job in a manufacturing plant her
once healthy baby becomes ill after a few months after starting work at the manufacturing plant. After some discussions with coworkers she is alarmed to find out that another female coworker’s child has had a similar signs of illness. Is
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Dixon Corporation, a U.S.-based chemical company, is mulling on buying a plant from American Chemical Corp. American Chemical’s Collinsville plant makes sodium chlorate for the paper and pulp industry. Dixon will have to pay $12 million as purchase price for the plant. It may also pay $2.25 million to complete the laminate technology developed by the plant’s research and development staff, which is expected to improve the plant’s efficiency.
Dixon already has transacted business with some of American Chemical’s major customers. Dixon, however, believes that the acquisition will enable it to widen product lines and penetrate the paper and pulp industry
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1. Inventory costing method A
2. Information on related-party transactions B
3. Composition of property, plant, and equipment B
4. Depreciation method A
5. Subsequent event information B
6. Basis of
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Sample Scientific Research Paper
Just as animals around the world have evolved to better survive in their environments, botanical life everywhere has also been forced to grow and adapt to their habitats. Every plant—from the smallest strain of seaweed to the tallest redwood—is the result of billions of years of competition for optimal growth conditions. In many places with harsh conditions or where there is a very large population of plants competing for limited resources, some plants have developed amazing ways of surviving. Some are poisonous to prevent animals from killing and eating them, while others have become carnivorous, eating and digesting insects to make up for a lack
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becomes healthier because that might linked with managerial responsibility in relation with development, human resource empowerment, continuance, and organization should necessitate less track and easily control over. You would be accountable to inquire the “numbers people” to be certain them incorporated all of these comparatively inconsequential shop floor subjects in the decision.
Prepare a case by a conservative plant manager for maintaining the status quo until the returns are more obvious.
In this decision making process an individual with conservative frame of mind plant manager is required who could be questioned for ROI. This responsibility of plants
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1. In the notes to the financial statements,Palfingerreportstheplant,propertyand equipment of the following Land and equipment, undeveloped buildings and investments, plant and machinery, and other plant, fixtures, fittings, and equipment. In other words, the reported equipment according to the notes of the financial statements includes all the equipment that is necessary to make the inventory that they sell such as the cranes.
2. Prepayments and assets under construction represents the expenses that have already been paid for and assets that have yet to be finished. As a result of the assets not being used completely, they are also not depreciating. The reclassification during 2007
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smaller in size.
17) The elodea cells loose water in the when placed in the salt solution. Water diffuses out of the cell to the environment which has a higher solute concentration. The appearance changes because the cells undergo plamolysis and now look weak and flaccid. The salt is more concentrated than the solutes in the cell.
18) They live in fresh water. This is because the cells look better in fresh water, and in salt solution, they undergo plasmolysis.
19) This is because the plant had more than enough fertilizer, hence the food vacuole was over saturated and could not store anymore. Therefore the plant will wilt and die
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For this task, you will use the “Shuzworld” case study (see Web Links section below). As the operations consultant for Shuzworld, you have been asked to provide recommendations after you analyze the problems given in the task prompts, applying the appropriate decision analysis tool to help you with your recommendations.
Prepare a memo by doing the following:
A. Recommend how to improve the current workflow in the plant.
1. Justify your recommendation through a quantitative analysis, utilizing the appropriate decision analysis tool.
a. Submit a copy of the output from your decision analysis tool of choice.
i. Explain why you chose the decision analysis tool you
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Quarter 2 Market Research Summary
In our market research we were given a lot of data related to customer needs, market size, willingness to pay, and compensation. In this document I’ll provide the most important data we used to make our decision. It’s important to note the 2 markets Apex decided to initially target were the Traveler and Workhorse category.
Plant/office location analysis
We see our potential market is very strong in Tokyo, with around 3,500 potential consumers as of quarter 2. Using the data we found that it would be best to open our sales centers in America and Asia to gain maximum market share per dollar.
Combined with the shipping information above were our two
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Net Cash flows from Operating activities
Cash flows from Investing activities
Purchases of Marketable Securities
Proceeds from Sale of Marketable Securities
Loans made to borrowers
Collection on loans
Purchases of (Land/Plant/Motor Vehicles) assets
Proceeds from sales of plant assets
Net Cash flows from Investing activities
Cash flows from Financing activities
Proceeds from short-term loan
Payment to settle short-term loan
Proceeds from issuing bonds payable
Payment to retire bonds payable
Proceed from issuing Capital Stocks (Capital Stock + Additional Paid in
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Case Study Solution: “THE NEW PLANT MANAGER”
Question # 1
Discuss the model of leadership behavior Butterfield used and the kind of organizational climate he created.
Butterfield established an autocratic model. He was ambitious and somewhat power-oriented so that every employee in the factory had to respect and do whatever he ordered. He formulated some new strategies that all the employees had to follow or they could lose their jobs. He ensured close monitoring system to extract the best output from the existing manpower. This model is based on power and influence; employer’s power, influence & authority and employees’ obedience. Thinking on employee perspective, the
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Lower Gibberellic Acid Concentration, Longer the Stem Elongation
Hormone technology used widely in horticulture and agriculture. Plant hormones are the chemical messengers that could regulate or stimulate the growth and development of plants [Gossett]. The five major classes of plant hormones are auxin, cytokinins, gibberellins, ethylene and abscisic acid.
Auxin can cause the loosing of cell wall and increase the synthesis of cell-wall material and protein. Then initiate the growth and development of root at the stem base. Cytokinins has the function that can affect the cell division and formation of shoot. It also work for then intermodal length and delay the senescence
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the ones who have the biggest impact.
c. Round 3 = without flowers, bees would go without part of their food source
d. Round 4 = without lichens, plants and trees would suffer because there would not be the necessary nutrients present in the soil around them.
2. Provide one action we as humans engage in that leads to the extinction of each of these components.
Action affecting Lichens = Lichens depends on air and water for nutrients which is affected by things such as air travel and exhaust fumes.
Action affecting Trees = People cutting down trees is one main way that leads to extinction.
Action affecting Flowers = People are clearing off land in order to plant crops and trees
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University of San Carlos
School of Business and Economics
Department of Business Administration
In Partial Fulfillment with the Requirements for
BA111A: Strategic Management
BACUS, Xaviera Faye
DELA PAZ, Niña Christine
PLASENCIA, Riza Mae
Sir Angelo Oledan Burdeos
HISTORY/BACKGROUND OF THE COMPANY:
.K.Cement started its commercial production in May 1975 in its first plant Nimbahera in Rajasthan. The company was incorporated in the year 1994.
Today J. K. Cement is one of the largest cement manufacturers in north India. It is also second largest producer of white cement in
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Location Selection for Cold Storage:
Plant location decisions are strategic, long term and non-repetitive in nature. Without sound and careful location planning in the beginning itself, the new plant may pose continuous operating disadvantages. Location decisions are affected by many factors, both internal and external to the organization’s operations.
Internal factors include the technology used, the capacity, the financial position, and the work force required.
External factors include the economic, political and social conditions in the various localities.
Most of the fixed and some of the variable costs are determined by the location decision. The efficiency, effectiveness
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organizational structure and management philosophy at Nucor.
Nucor has a highly decentralized managerial structure. The organization is streamlined to promote employee initiative and allows decisions to be made quickly. Typically, there are three management layers at each plant: 1) general manager, 2) department manager, 3) supervisor, and 4) hourly employee. The plant managers report directly to one of the four executive vice presidents at the corporate office in Charlotte, North Carolina [ (Thompson/Strickland/Gamble, 2010) ]. As of 2010, the corporate staff at the executive offices consisted of only 90 people [ (SEC filings Nucor Corporation Form 10-K, 2011) ].
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Marijuana to some is a beneficial plant that helps with the medical needs of many. In 2009 with 16.7 million Americans aged twelve or older using marijuana at least once a month it must go beyond just being medically beneficial to its users. (Marijuana-Info facts NIDA., 11/2010).
The three points that will be discussed in this paper are the definition and usage of marijuana, the current laws in Iowa and in California concerning medical marijuana, and the current penalties for non-medical usage.
DEFINITION AND USAGE OF MARIJUANA:
Marijuana is all parts of the plant Cannabis Sativ L., whether grown or not; the seeds thereof; the resin extracted from any part of the plant; and every
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this environment. Each participating individual represented a plant species. The poker chips were given designations as follows: Red = nutrients, Green = mass (1 gram each), Blue = water, and White = sunlight. We began our experiment with four individuals designated as species A. The rules of the game stated that each individual must remain in the same spot with there feet planted in that location without moving them. Also, only one chip could be collected at a time and once a chip was touched it was deemed to be that individuals chip as long as they did not drop it. Each trial was run for a total of thirty seconds. A predetermined number of chips were scattered by the group leader (20 red
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Biomass Power Plant market in India
Vishal agarwal, EnErgEtica india
Vishal looks at the biomass power plant options in India and studies the financial details for each option.
ven today in 2013; over 400 million people in India have no access to electricity. Because of the remoteness of much of India’s un-electrified population, renewable energy can offer an economically viable means of undoing this undone. And what better than a biomass power plant. Today, about 32% of the total primary energy use in the country is still derived from biomass and more than 70% of the country’s population depends upon it for its energy needs in some way or the other. Biomass power
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would need more generating capacity to facilitate arbitrage.
2. What prevented Eastern from increasing its own electricity generation capacity?
The regulation prevents RECs from vertical integration by setting limits of generation capacity to each RECs. Eastern’s generation capacity is capped at 1,000 MW. With existing capacity of 850MW, Eastern is unlikely be able to aggressively increase its own electricity generation capacity.
3. What were the main reasons for Enron to enter into the agreement with Eastern to receive gas and supply the value of electricity rather than operate simply as an independent power plant (IPP)?
An IPP needs four contracts to transfer various risks in the
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How to value tangible non current assets
“Valuing tangible non-current assets is subjective and complex and can therefore result in different companies valuing similar assets very differently.”
Discuss this statement with specific regard to your knowledge of how tangible non-current assets discussion.
Valuing tangible non-current assets can be subjective and complicated. This essay explains it from two aspects, costs of PPE and depreciation respectively, under the international accounting standards.
Property, plant and equipment are the representative of tangible non-current assets which commonly are held by business entity. When to value assets the definition from the outset
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is tremendous wealth to be made by opening up his own plant. Gaining a potential 10.1% of the market by 2010, Dieter knows by building his own plant he can succeed.
Right now Dieter is currently purchasing his baked goods from Browne’s bakery, he sees more potential for his business if he sets out on his own and builds his own plant. This business is extremely attractive, as shown by his history as a baker from inception of his part time Dieters Delicacies, all the way up to Dieters Delicatbles Ltd. SWOT analysis for this company:
* potential 10.1% of market within next 5 years
* cuts out the middle man Brownes, maximize profits
* Expands into new communities
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On March 11, 2011 at approximately 5:35 pm, an earthquake struck the northeast coast of Japan measuring a magnitude of 9.0 on the Richter scale. Following that massive earthquake was second and even more destructive force, a tsunami causing massive and irremediable damage to the nuclear reactors of a nuclear power plant called Fukushima, which released harmful radiation elements and substances into the environment.
The tsunami devastated Aomori an area located about 30 miles east of City of Tokyo. The devastating and far reaching results of this earthquake and tsunami included:
* Approximately 20,000 people were killed
* Approximately 750,000 homes were destroyed and vanished