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  • PreK-12
  • Higher Education
  • Life-Long Learning
Simplilearn
AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY​

  • Introduction
  • Soil preparation
  • Tilling
  • Primary tillage equipment
  • Secondary tillage
  • Minimum tillage
  • Mulch tillage
  • Fertilizing and conditioning the soil
  • Essential plant nutrients
  • Determining nutrient needs
  • The economics of fertilizers
  • Farm manure
  • Green manuring
  • Compost, peat, and sludge
  • Liming
  • Methods of application
  • The future for fertilizers
  • Factors in cropping
  • Cropping systems
  • Crop rotation
  • Monoculture
  • Crop protection
  • Chemical control of insects
  • Chemical control of insects
  • Nonchemical control of insects
  • Control of plant diseases and nematodes
  • Weed control
  • Harvesting and crop processing
  • Harvesting machinery
  • Crop-processing machinery
  • Regional variations in technique
  • Dryland farming
  • Fallow system and tillage techniques
  • Fertilizer use
  • Crops and planting methods
  • Tropical farming
  • Plant-pest problems
  • Water management
  • Mechanical problems
  • Other specialized techniques
  • Hydroponics
  • Greenhouses
  • The factor of weather
  • Weather information
  • Other weather-research benefits
  • Observing climatic elements
  • The degree day
  • Weather effects
  • Solar radiation
  • Photosynthesis
  • Photoperiodism
  • Weather conditions and controls
  • Temperature
  • Frost
  • Irrigation
  • Rainmaking
  • Humidity
  • Wind
  • The effects of pollution
  • Air pollution
  • Air pollution damage to agriculture
  • Air pollution by agriculture
  • Soil and water pollution
  • Pollutants damaging to agriculture
  • Pollutants from agriculture
  • Monitoring pesticides
Climate change , From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For current warming of the Earth's climate system due to human activities, see Global warming. For the study of past climate change, see
​Paleoclimatology. For temperatures on the longest time scales, see Geologic temperature record. For a list of most climate-related pages, see Index of climate change articles.s a change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns when that change lasts for an extended period of time i.e., decades to millions of years). 
Climate change is caused by factors such 
as biotic processes, variations in solar radiation received by Earth, plate tectonics, and volcanic eruptions and certain human activities have been identified as primary causes of ongoing climate change, often referred to as global warming. There is no general agreement in scientific, media or policy documents as to the precise term to be used to 
refer to anthropogenic forced change; either "global warming" or "climate change" may be used.
  • AQUACULTURE

  • Contents
  • 1 History
  • 2 21st-century practice
  • 3 Species groups
  • 3.1 Aquatic plants
  • 3.2 Fish
  • 3.3 Crustaceans
  • 3.4 Molluscs
  • 3.5 Other groups
  • 4 Around the world
  • 4.1 National laws, regulations, and management
  • 5 Over-reporting
  • 6 Aquacultural methods
  • 6.1 Mariculture
  • 6.2 Integrated
  • 7 Netting materials
  • 8 Issues
  • 8.1 Fish oils
  • 8.2 Impacts on wild fish
  • 8.3 Coastal ecosystems
  • 8.4 Genetic modification
  • 9 Ecological benefits
  • 10 Animal welfare
  • 10.1 Common welfare concerns
  • 10.2 Improving welfare
  • 11 Prospects
  • 12 See also
  • 13 Notes
  • 14 References
  • 15 Further reading
  • 16 External links
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is probably the best known cannabinoid in the cannabis plant, along with THC. Although the two compounds share the same roots, they don’t carry the same traits and their effects on the human body are very different.
THC is the compound that makes one high and does this by binding to the CB1 receptor in the brain. It does provide some health benefits thanks to its analgesic, anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties, but the side effects usually outweigh the benefits. This is why THC is not regarded as a suitable treatment solution for many applications with CBD often a better option as CBD has fewer side effects.
CBD on the other hand has a greater affinity to the CB2 receptor, interacting differently with the nervous system without eliciting any psychoactive effect. Instead, CBD health benefits are numerous, including antioxidant, antiemetic, and anticonvulsant properties. Moreover, CBD counteracts the psychoactivity of THC and acts as a natural antidepressant and neuroprotective agent. We won’t detail these aspects here, but you can read our previous articles to learn more about the positive effects of cannabidiol and about the differences between THC and CBD. For now, let’s return to CBD side effects and it’s actions and interactions inside the human body.