Sunday, May 24, 2020

The Future Of Americas Health Care System - 1510 Words

The future of America’s health care system looks bright with new innovations coming about. Advancements in technology, patient care, and access to care are all important factors to create a health care system suitable for American citizens. New health care reforms help shape our health care system to provide better care to all citizens. To implement these new reforms, the plan must be financially viable and be understood by those it effects. To improve the current health care system, new reforms should include ways to insure more citizens in a cost effective manner, offer insurance at an affordable rate, improve efficiency of the health care system, and provide higher transparency to the public. To present a health care reform, one must first find out what can be improved within a health care organization. For financial reforms, there is normally a focus on rebuilding an existing budget or making cuts so that funs can be put toward a new project. 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Thursday, May 14, 2020

Italian Verb Conjugations Viaggiare

Viaggiare is an uncomplicated verb of Latin origin that means to travel or to journey and that has gifted the English language with the romantic term voyage. Interestingly, viaggiare comes from the noun viaticum, whose root resides in via, or road, and that is both a term used for the Holy Eucharist (to strengthen a dying person for the journey ahead), and the term for the allowance given to Roman officials for travel on official business. Regular and Intransitive Viaggiare is a regular  first-conjugation -are  verb and it is intransitive, though conjugated with the auxiliary avere, as sometimes happens. Remember your ground rules for the auxiliary match. Since it is intransitive, you dont use viaggiare with a direct object—though you do hear people say, Ha viaggiato mezzo mondo! (hes traveled half the world!)—but rather with adverbs and descriptors of various kinds, such as complements of means or time: Viaggio poco (I dont travel much); viaggio per lavoro (I travel for work); viaggio spesso in treno (I travel often by train). Note that in Italian you do not make transportation with a certain kind of vehicle into a verb. You do not say, I fly a lot; you say, I travel by plane: viaggio in aereo (or prendo laereo). And to take a trip is fare un viaggio. Lets look at the conjugation, with a variety of uses. Indicativo Presente: Present Indicative A regular presente. Io viaggio Io viaggio volentieri in treno, in prima classe. I travel gladly by train, in first class. Tu viaggi Tu viaggi molto per lavoro. You travel a lot for work. Lui, lei, Lei viaggia Il treno viaggia con ritardo. The train is traveling with delay/the train is late. Noi viaggiamo Noi viaggiamo poco. We travel little. Voi viaggiate Voi viaggiate spesso in aereo. You travel often by plane/you fly often. Loro, Loro viaggiano I ragazzi viaggiano con la fantasia. The boys travel with their imagination. Indicativo Imperfetto: Imperfect Indicative A regular imperfetto. Io viaggiavo Prima viaggiavo volentieri in treno; adesso meno. Before I used to travel by train gladly; now less. Tu viaggiavi Quando lavoravi per FIAT viaggiavi molto per lavoro. When you worked for FIAT you used to travel a lot for work. Lui, lei, Lei viaggiava Siamo arrivati tardi perchà © il treno viaggiava con ritardo. We got here late because the train was traveling with delay/was late. Noi viaggiavamo Prima viaggiavamo poco; adesso di pià ¹. Before we used to travel little; now more. Voi viaggiavate Da giovani viaggiavate spesso in aereo. When you were young you used to travel often by plane. Loro, Loro viaggiavano A scuola i ragazzi viaggiavano sempre con la fantasia. At school the boys always traveled with their imaginations. Indicativo Passato Prossimo: Indicative Present Perfect Your first compound tense, the passato prossimo is made of the auxiliary and the participio passato, viaggiato. Io ho viaggiato Ho sempre viaggiato volentieri in treno. I have always traveled gladly by train. Tu hai viaggiato Nella tua vita hai viaggiato molto per lavoro. During your life you have traveled a lot for work. Lui, lei, Lei ha viaggiato Questa settimana il treno ha viaggiato sempre con ritardo. This week the train traveled with delay/was late all the time. Noi abbiamo viaggiato Abbiamo viaggiato poco quest'anno. This year we traveled little. Voi avete viaggiato Avete viaggiato molto in aereo? Have you traveled by plane much? Loro, Loro hanno viaggiato Tutta la loro vita i ragazzi hanno viaggiato con la fantasia. All their lives the boys have traveled with their imaginations. Indicativo Passato Remoto: Indicative Remote Past A regular passato remoto. Io viaggiai Viaggiai volentieri in treno da giovane in Germania prima della guerra. When I was young, before the war, I traveled gladly by train in Germany. Tu viaggiasti Ricordo, nel 1965 viaggiasti molto per lavoro. I remember, in 1965 you traveled a lot for work. Lui, lei, Lei viaggià ² Quel giorno il treno viaggià ² con ritardo e quando arrivammo era notte. That day the train traveled with delay and when we arrived it was nighttime. Noi viaggiammo Nella nostra vita viaggiammo poco. During our lives we traveled little. Voi viaggiaste Da giovani viaggiaste spesso in aereo, quando l'aereo era ancora una novità  . When you were young you traveled often by plane, when planes were still a novelty. Loro, Loro viaggiarono Tutta l'estate i ragazzi viaggiarono con la fantasia e scrissero nel diario. All summer long the boys traveled with their imaginations and wrote in their diaries. Indicativo Trapassato Prossimo: Indicative Past Perfect A regular trapassato prossimo, made of the imperfetto of the auxiliary and the participio passato. Io avevo viaggiato Prima dell'invenzione dell'aereo avevo sempre viaggiato volentieri in treno. Before the invention of the airplane I had always traveled gladly by train. Tu avevi viaggiato Quell'anno avevi viaggiato molto per lavoro ed eri molto stanco. That year you had traveled much for work and you were very tired. Lui, lei, Lei aveva viaggiato Il treno aveva viaggiato con ritardo perchà © c'era lo sciopero. The train had traveled with delay/was late because there had been a strike. Noi avevamo viaggiato Mi arrabbiai perchà © avevamo viaggiato poco, e dunque mio marito mi portà ² a fare un lungo viaggio. I got angry because we had traveled little, and my husband took me for a long trip. Voi avevate viaggiato Prima di morire, Marco era dispiaciuto perchà © avevate viaggiato poco. Before dying, Marco was sorry that you had traveled little. Loro, Loro avevano viaggiato Siccome che i ragazzi avevano sempre viaggiato molto con la fantasia, fecero dei bellissimi disegni di posti misteriosi. Since the boys had always traveled a lot with their imaginations, they drew beautiful drawings of mysterious places. Indicativo Trapassato Remoto: Indicative Preterite Perfect The trapassato remoto, made of the passato remoto of the auxiliary and the participio passato. A tense for remote storytelling. Io ebbi viaggiato Dopo che ebbi viaggiato tutto il giorno in treno, mi fermai per la notte. After I had traveled all day on the train, I stopped for the night. Tu avesti viaggiato Dopo che avesti viaggiato tanto per lavoro, decidesti di stare a casa. After you had traveled so much for work, you decided to stay home. Lui, lei, Lei ebbe viaggiato Dopo che il treno ebbe viaggiato con cosà ¬ tanto ritardo, arrivammo a Parigi che fummo esauriti. After the train had traveled with such delay, we arrived in Paris exhausted. Noi avemmo viaggiato Dopo che avemmo viaggiato cosà ¬ poco, ci rifacemmo con un giro del mondo! After having traveled so little, we made up for it with a trip around the world! Voi aveste viaggiato Dopo che aveste viaggiato tanto in aereo, decideste di prendere il treno per il viaggio finale. After having traveled so much on the plane, you decided to take a last trip on the train. Loro, Loro ebbero viaggiato Dopo che ebbero viaggiato cosà ¬ tanto con la fantasia, i ragazzi decidero di trovare un lavoro che gli permettesse di viaggiare davvero. After having traveled so much with their imagination, the boys decided to get a job that would allow them to travel for real. Indicativo Futuro Semplice: Indicative Simple Future A regular futuro semplice. Io viaggerà ² Viaggerà ² volentieri in treno. Mi piace molto. I will travel gladly on the train. I like it a lot. Tu viaggerai Quest'anno viaggerai molto per lavoro. This year you will travel a lot for work. Lui, lei, Lei viaggerà   Il treno oggi viaggerà   con ritardo notevole. The train today will have a notable delay. Noi viaggeremo Quest'anno viaggeremo poco. This year we will travel litte. Voi viaggerete Viaggerete spesso in aereo con il vostro lavoro nuovo? Will you travel by plane a lot with your new job? Loro, Loro viaggeranno I ragazzi viaggeranno sempre con la fantasia. The boys will always travel with their imaginations. Indicativo Futuro Anteriore: Indicative Future Perfect The futuro anteriore, made of the simple future of the auxiliary and the participio passato. Io avrà ² viaggiato Dopo che avrà ² viaggiato in treno per tutta l'Europa, mi fermerà ². After I will have traveled by train all over Europe I will stop. Tu avrai viaggiato Quando avrai viaggiato dappertutto per lavoro, andremo a fare un viaggio di piacere. When you will have traveled everywhere for work, we will take a trip for pleasure. Lui, lei, Lei avrà   viaggiato Il treno avrà   viaggiato senz'altro con ritardo. Surely the train will have been late. Noi avremo viaggiato Avremo anche viaggiato poco, ma conosceremo bene la nostra città  . We will have traveled little, but we will know our city well. Voi avrete viaggiato Quando avrete viaggiato il mondo in aereo, farete finalmente una bella crociera. When you will have traveled the world by plane, you will finally take a cruise. Loro, Loro avranno viaggiato I ragazzi avranno viaggiato tanto con la fantasia, ma avranno una fantastica creatività  . The boys will have traveled a lot with their imaginations, but they will have a fantastic creativity. Congiuntivo Presente: Present Subjunctive A regular congiuntivo presente. Che io viaggi Nonostante io viaggi volentieri in treno, ogni tanto mi piace prendere l'aereo. Though I travel gladly by train, every now and then I like to take a plane. Che tu viaggi Mi dispiace che tu viaggi tanto per lavoro. I am sorry that you travel so much for work. Che lui, lei, Lei viaggi Temo che il treno viaggi con grande ritardo. I fear that the train has a great delay. Che noi viaggiamo Temo che viaggiamo poco. I fear that we travel little. Che voi viaggiate Suppongo che voi viaggiate spesso in aereo. I assume you travel often by plane. Che loro, Loro viaggino Non à © possibile che i ragazzi viaggino sempre con la fantasia. Devono mettere i piedi per terra. It's not possible that the boys are always traveling with their imaginations. They must put their feet on the ground. Congiuntivo Imperfetto: Imperfect Subjunctive A regular congiuntivo imperfetto. Che io viaggiassi Speravi che io viaggiassi volentieri in treno? E infatti! Amo il treno! You hoped that I traveled gladly on the train? Indeed, I love the train! Che tu viaggiassi Vorrei che tu non viaggiassi tanto per lavoro. I wish that you didn't travel so much for work. Che lui, lei, Lei viaggiasse Supponevo che il treno viaggiasse con grande ritardo. I assumed that the train was traveling with delay. Che noi viaggiassimo Temevo che quest'anno viaggiassimo poco. I feared that this year we would travel little. Che voi viaggiaste Immaginavo che voi viaggiaste spesso in aereo. I imagined that you traveled often by plane. Che loro, Loro viaggiassero Non credevo che i ragazzi viaggiassero cosà ¬ tanto con la fantasia. I didn't think that the boys traveled so much with their imaginations. Congiuntivo Passato: Present Perfect Subjunctive The congiuntivo passato is made of the congiuntivo presente of the auxiliary and the participio passato. Che io abbia viaggiato Nessuno crede che io abbia viaggiato cosà ¬ volentieri in treno. No one believes that I have traveled so gladly by train. Che tu abbia viaggiato Sono contenta che tu abbia viaggiato cosà ¬ tanto per lavoro. I am happy that you have traveled so much for work. Che lui, lei, Lei abbia viaggiato Immagino che il treno abbia viaggiato con ritardo. I imagine that the train was delayed. Che noi abbiamo viaggiato Nonostante abbiamo viaggiato poco, abbiamo avuto una vita interessante. Though we have traveled little, we have had an interesting life. Che voi abbiate viaggiato Nonostante abbiate viaggiato spesso in aereo, so che non vi piace. Though you have traveled often by plane, I know you don't like it. Che loro, Loro abbiano viaggiato A meno che non abbiano viaggiato con la fantasia, i ragazzi sono rimasti qui. Unless they traveled with their imaginations, the boys have been here. Congiuntivo Trapassato: Past Perfect Subjunctive A regular congiuntivo trapassato, made of the congiuntivo imperfetto of the auxiliary and the participio passato. Che io avessi viaggiato Nonostante io avessi viaggiato volentieri in treno, prima di questo viaggio non avevo capito quanto fosse veramente fantastico. Though I had always traveled gladly on the train, before this trip I had not understood how fantastic it really was/is. Che tu avessi viaggiato Non pensavo che tu avessi viaggiato cosà ¬ tanto per lavoro. I didn't think you had traveled so much for work. Che lui, lei, Lei avesse viaggiato Non avevo pensato che il treno avesse viaggiato con cosà ¬ tanto ritardo. I had not thought that the train had had so much delay. Che noi avessimo viaggiato Avrei voluto che avessimo viaggiato di pià ¹. I would have wanted for us to have traveled more. Che voi aveste viaggiato Non sapevo che voi aveste viaggiato spesso in aereo. I didn't know that you had traveled so often by plane. Che loro, Loro avessero viaggiato Benchà © i ragazzi avessero viaggiato sempre con la fantasia nei momenti di ozio, avevano i piedi ben piantati per terra. Though the boys had always traveled with their imaginations in their moments of idleness, they had their feet firmly planted on the ground. Condizionale Presente: Present Conditional A regular condizionale presente. Io viaggerei Io viaggerei volentieri in treno se avessi il tempo. I would travel more by train if I had the time. Tu viaggeresti Tu viaggeresti meno per lavoro se potessi. You would travel less for work if you could. Lui, lei, Lei viaggerebbe Il treno viaggerebbe con meno ritardo se non ci fosse lo sciopero. The train would travel with less delay/would be on time if there weren't a strike. Noi viaggeremmo Noi viaggeremmo di pià ¹ se potessimo. We would travel more if we could. Voi viaggereste Voi viaggereste in aereo pià ¹ spesso se vi piacesse. You would travel by plane more often if you liked it. Loro, Loro viaggerebbero I ragazzi viaggerebbero sempre con la fantasia se non li tenessimo coi piedi per terra. The boys would always travel with their imaginations if we didn't keep them grounded Condizionale Passato: Past Conditional The condizionale passato, made of the condizionale presente of the auxiliary and the participio passato. Io avrei viaggiato Io avrei viaggiato volentieri in treno se non fosse cosà ¬ affollato. I would have traveled gladly on the train had it not been so crowded. Tu avresti viaggiato Tu non avresti viaggiato per lavoro se non ti avessero pagato bene. You wouldn't have traveled for work had they not paid you well. Lui, lei, Lei avrebbe viaggiato Il treno non avrebbe viaggiato con ritardo se non ci fosse stato lo sciopero. The train would not have been late had there not been a strike. Noi avremmo viaggiato Noi avremmo viaggiato di pià ¹ se non avessimo avuto figli. We would have traveled more if we had not had children. Voi avreste viaggiato Voi avreste viaggiato spesso in aereo se non aveste cosà ¬ tanti figli. You would have traveled more by plane had you not had so many kids. Loro, Loro avrebbero viaggiato I ragazzi avrebbero viaggiato tutta la mattina con la fantasia se l'insegnante non gli avesse dato dei compiti da fare. The boys would have traveled with their imaginations all morning had the teacher not given them homework to do. Imperativo: Imperative Tu viaggia Viaggia, che vedi il mondo! Travel, that you'll see the world! Noi viaggiamo Dai, viaggiamo un po'. C'mon, let's travel a little! Voi viaggiate Viaggiate, che vi apre la mente! Travel, that it will open your minds! Infinito Presente Passato: Present Past Infinitive As you know, often the infinito functions as a noun, or infinito sostantivato. Viaggiare 1. Mi piace molto viaggiare. 2. Voglio viaggiare dappertutto. 1. I love to travel. 2. I want to travel everywhere. Avere viaggiato Sono felice di avere viaggiato molto. I am happy to have traveled a lot. Participio Presente Passato: Present Past Participle In the case of viaggiare, the participio presente, viaggiante, is actually often used, mostly as an adjective: il personale viaggiante (the traveling personnel, as opposed to the fixed or office personnel that does not travel) or la merce viaggiante (the traveling cargo). On the other hand, the participio passato of viaggiare does not have much use outside of its strict auxiliary purpose. Viaggiante I viaggianti si sono accomodati. The travelers have taken their seats. Viaggiato Vorrei aver viaggiato di pià ¹. I wish I had traveled more. Gerundio Presente Passato: Present Past Gerund Remember the great uses of the Italian gerundio. Viaggiando Viaggiando mi sento aprire la mente. While traveling I feel my mind open. Avendo viaggiato Avendo viaggiato molto, la nonna ha molte storie da raccontare. Having traveled a lot, Grandma has many stories to tell.

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Relational and Object-oriented Database Management...

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Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Canteen Management System Sample Essay Example For Students

Canteen Management System Sample Essay Many organisations provide Canteen as an extra subsidised installation to their employees as a public assistance step. The use of the canteen by the employees depends on many factors like centralized nutrient distribution centre with Swift and simpleness in operations. Exultsoft CMS design provides a user friendly system that facilitates speedy and efficient operations to cover larger subdivision of employees within a specified clip. CMS is paperless and has about cashless minutess. This system is besides compatible in an environment where multiple caterers operate in a closed environment or at multiple locations. FEATURES 1. Centimeter can be implemented in an organisation where the employees have cards ( any type of designation cards ) for alone designation. 2. Using smart card as an ID card will ease the system to be used as a Debit/Credit card. 3. Loading of hard currency into the smart card ( for debit application ) can be done at the hard currency counter. 4. Centimeter can be integrated with an Loading of smartcard bing Information ( or new ) . system. Personnel Time and Attendance System. and Access Control System etc. 5. Centimeter can be integrated with different POS terminuss depending on the client demands. 6. CMS takes attention of subsidies provided by the companies to their employees. 7. Manual entry of minutess is executable. 8. Centimeter can be linked with displacement direction system. 9. Daily bound on the sum for the use of canteen installation can be preset. 10. Daily bill of fare creative activity by the caterer is possible utilizing CMS. 11. SodexHo vouchers can be used for doing minutess. 12. Ease in choice from bill of fare by Caterers. Minutess utilizing smart card after lading the card 13. Advance information on the use of the canteen installations by the employees on any peculiar twenty-four hours or displacement can be notified to the caterers. BENEFITS CMS is independent of the engineering used for designation of employees. Provides cashless and paperless minutess. Provides a pick to the employee on the manner of operation ( debit/credit ) . Accounting is made easier between the company and the caterers. Reconciliation between caterers is made easy. Provides salary-debit installationfor employees in recognition strategy. for canteen installations used. Supply a fast and efficient service. Use of SodexHo vouchers alternatively of hard currency. Reduces wastage. About Us Exultsoft was established in 2004 and is lead by Team of Technocrats with two decennaries of experience in Software. Hardware and Engineering. The squad consists of experient applied scientists in design. development. testing and execution. The Technical and Marketing squad is based in San Jose. U. S. every bit good as in Bangalore. India. No. 1. Model House 3rd Street. Nagasandra Circle. Basavanagudi. Bangalore – 560 004 Electronic mail: /*Web: World Wide Web. exultsoft. com

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Amoeba Anatomy, Digestion, and Reproduction

Amoeba Anatomy, Digestion, and Reproduction Amoebas are unicellular eukaryotic organisms classified in the Kingdom Protista. Amoebas are amorphous and appear as jelly-like blobs as they move about. These microscopic protozoa move by changing their shape, exhibiting a unique type of crawling motion that has come to be known as amoeboid movement. Amoebas make their homes in salt water and freshwater aquatic environments, wet soils, and some parasitic amoebas inhabit animals and humans. Key Takeaways: Amoebas An amoeba is an aquatic, single-celled protist characterized by a gelatinous body, amorphous shape, and amoeboid movement.Amoebas can form temporary extensions of their cytoplasm known as pseudopodia or false feet which can be used for locomotion or capturing food.Food acquisition is amoebas occurs by a type of endocytosis called phagocytosis. The food source (bacterium, algae, etc.) is engulfed whole, digested, and the waste expelled.Amoebas commonly reproduce by binary fission, a process in which the cell divides into two identical cells.Some species can cause disease in humans such as amebiasis, amoebic meningoencephalitis, and cornea infections of the eye. Classification Amoebas belong to the Domain Eukarya, Kingdom Protista, Phyllum Protozoa, Class Rhizopoda, Order Amoebida, and the Family Amoebidae. Amoeba Anatomy Amoebas are simple in form consisting of cytoplasm surrounded by a cell membrane. The outer portion of the cytoplasm (ectoplasm) is clear and gel-like, while the inner portion of the cytoplasm (endoplasm) is granular and contains organelles, such as a nuclei, mitochondria, and vacuoles. Some vacuoles digest food, while others expel excess water and waste from the cell through the plasma membrane. The most unique aspect of amoeba anatomy is the formation of temporary extensions of the cytoplasm known as pseudopodia. These false feet are used for locomotion, as well as to capture food (bacteria, algae, and other microscopic organisms). Pseudopodia may be broad or thread-like in appearance with many forming at one time or one large extension may form when needed. Amoebas dont have lungs or any other type of respiratory organ. Respiration occurs as dissolved oxygen in the water diffuses across the cell membrane. In turn, carbon dioxide is eliminated from the amoeba by diffusion across the membrane into the surrounding water. Water is also able to cross the amoeba plasma membrane by osmosis. Any excess accumulation of water is expelled by contractile vacuoles within the amoeba. Nutrient Acquisition and Digestion Amoebas obtain food by capturing their prey with their pseudopodia. The food is internalized through a type of endocytosis known as phagocytosis. In this process, the pseudopodia surround and engulf a bacterium or other food source. A food vacuole forms around the food particle as it is internalized by the amoeba. Organelles known as lysosomes fuse with the vacuole releasing digestive enzymes inside the vacuole. Nutrients are obtained as the enzymes digest the food inside the vacuole. Once the meal is complete, the food vacuole dissolves. Reproduction Amoebas reproduce by the asexual process of binary fission. In binary fission, a single cell divides forming two identical cells. This type of reproduction happens as a result of mitosis. In mitosis, replicated DNA and organelles are divided between two daughter cells. These cells are genetically identical. Some amoeba also reproduce by multiple fission. In multiple fission, the amoeba secretes a three-layered wall of cells that harden around its body. This layer, known as a cyst, protects the amoeba when conditions become harsh. Protected in the cyst, the nucleus divides several times. This nuclear division is followed by the division of the cytoplasm for the same number of times. The result of multiple fission is the production of several daughter cells that are released once conditions become favorable again and the cyst ruptures. In some cases, amoebas also reproduce by producing spores. Parasitic Amoebas Some amoeba are parasitic and cause serious illness and even death in humans. Entamoeba histolytica cause amebiasis, a condition resulting in diarrhea and stomach pain. These microbes also cause amebic dysentery, a severe form of amebiasis. Entamoeba histolytica travel through the digestive system and inhabit the large intestines. In rare cases, they can enter the bloodstream and infect the liver or brain. Another type of amoeba, Naegleria fowleri, causes the brain disease amoebic meningoencephalitis. Also known as brain-eating amoeba, these organisms typically inhabit warm lakes, ponds, soil, and untreated pools. If N. fowleri enter the body though the nose, they can travel to the frontal lobe of the brain and cause a serious infection. The microbes feed on brain matter by releasing enzymes that dissolve brain tissue. N. fowleri infection in humans is rare but most often fatal. Acanthamoeba cause the disease Acanthamoeba keratitis. This disease results from an infection of the cornea of the eye. Acanthamoeba keratitis can cause eye pain, vision problems, and may result in blindness if left untreated. Individuals who wear contact lenses most often experience this type of infection. Contact lenses can become contaminated with Acanthamoeba if they are not properly disinfected and stored, or if worn while showering or swimming. To reduce the risk of developing Acanthamoeba keratitis, the CDC recommends that you properly wash and dry your hands before handling contact lenses, clean or replace lenses when needed, and store lenses in a sterile solution. Sources: Acanthamoeba Keratitis FAQs Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 6 June 2017, www.cdc.gov/parasites/acanthamoeba/gen_info/acanthamoeba_keratitis.html.Naegleria fowleri - Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis (PAM) - Amebic Encephalitis. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 28 Feb. 2017, www.cdc.gov/parasites/naegleria/.Patterson, David J. â€Å"Tree of Life Amoebae: Protists Which Move and Feed Using Pseudopodia.† Tree of Life Web Project, tolweb.org/accessory/Amoebae?acc_id51.

Friday, February 21, 2020

COMPETITIVE FORCES AND SWOT ANALYSIS Essay Example | Topics and Well Written Essays - 1250 words

COMPETITIVE FORCES AND SWOT ANALYSIS - Essay Example strengths of offering wonderful services to the clients as well as its opportunities where it can harness the use of the Internet to market its products. Specially designed websites are very important in marketing the organic foods since information disseminated using the internet can reach a wide area of geographical space instantly. 1. Whole Food Market is the world’s best retail store that specializes in retailing purely organic foods and has stores in America, Canada and the United Kingdom. Thus according to Whole Foods Market, Inc. (n.d), â€Å"the organisation owns and operates a chain of natural and organic foods supermarkets and its product categories include, but are not limited to, produce, seafood, grocery, meat and poultry, bakery, prepared foods and catering, specialty (beer, wine and cheese).† It can be noted that the trends in organic foods mainly depend on consumer spending. The demand of organic foods is a matter of personal choice and it wholly depends with the needs and interests of the individual. It can be noted that no one is compelled to buy organic foods since the other traditional foods are readily available in the conventional supermarkets. People with special health related issues comprise the bulk of consumers of organic foods and these are fewer compared to those without special health cases who can consume any kind of food of their choice regardless of it being organic. Most of the organic foods are regarded as specialty foods and in most cases, these are often regarded as luxury items that have comparatively higher prices than other conventional grocery items. The fact that organic foods have a premium price can deter the customers from purchasing the products where they can resort to the other traditional, less expensive items when they have limited disposable money to spend. It can be noted from this argument that the market for organic foods is not very stable which can negatively impact on Whole Foods Market. Another