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This application has been developed by a student of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of La Laguna (ULL), Eduardo Díaz Torres, under the scientific direction of teacher Irene E. Serna Ramos.
Her şeyin bir kalbi vardır. Kur’an’ın kalbi de Yasin’dir.Her kim Yasin suresi’ni okursa, Allâhü Teâlâ, onun bu okumasına, Kur’an’ı on kere okumuş gibi sevap yazar.”
Peygamber efendimiz(s.a.v.)buyurdular ki: “Yasin suresi’ni çok okuyunuz.Çünkü onda birçok hususiyet vardır.”
Nebe’ Sûresi (Amme)Tefsîri
Kur'ân-ı Kerîm'in otuzuncu cüzünün ilk sûresi olan Nebe' (Amme) Sûresi, eşi benzeri olmayan bir üslupla ahireti, haşri, cennet ve cehennem ahvalini anlatıyor. Eserde, hakkında ihtilafa düşülen "nebe-i azîm"in (büyük ve önemli haberin) ne olduğu; yerin ve dağların yaratılmasındaki hikmetler; yerin bir döşek dağlarınsa kazık olarak nitelendirilmesinin ne anlama geldiği; gece ve gündüzün devri daiminin bize ifade ettiği manalar; kıyamet gününün özellikleri, alâmetleri ve azap çeşitleri; inananlara verilecek olan mükâfatlar ve çeşit çeşit cennet nimetleri; kâfirlerin "Ah, keşke toprak olsaydım!" demesinin ne anlama geldiği… gibi hususlar herkesin anlayabileceği bir tarzda anlatılıyor.
Fetih suresini sesli olarak dinleyebilir,okuyabilirsiniz
Cultivars of citrus and its relatives are released in the United States through state agencies and to a lesser extent the USDA-ARS National Clonal Germplasm Repository for Citrus & Dates. Our target list of entities was synthesized from the cultivar lists provided by the California Citrus Clonal Protection Program, the Florida Citrus Arboretum, the Florida Chiefland Budwood Distribution Center, the Florida Bureau of Citrus Budwood Registration, and the Texas Budwood Certification Program. Arizona no longer certifies budwood, instead relying on the California program. The resulting target list includes over 500 entities of citrus and relatives cultivated in the United States.
Field identification to the level of cultivar remains impossible in most cases. This is partially due to the complicated reticulate breeding history of citrus, but also, selection has generally focused on characters such as taste, disease and stress resistance, and fruiting phenology rather than on characters of ornamental (and thus morphological) value. This key facilitates identification to at least the cultivar group level within citrus (e.g., sweet oranges, sour oranges, etc.), if not beyond for select cultivars.
Original illustrations and photography: Unless specifically indicated otherwise, the source for plant images included in Citrus ID Key should be cited as "Herbarium (NCSC)." NCSC is the official abbreviation for the North Carolina State University Herbarium. Any commercial use is prohibited without express written permission. Requests may be addressed to: Herbarium, Department of Plant Biology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-7612.
Original source for Lucid Mobile Key: Saville, A.C., A. Krings, T. Kahn, M.D. Trice, and A.J. Redford. 2011. Citrus ID, Edition 2. USDA APHIS ITP, Fort Collins and North Carolina State University. http://idtools.org/id/citrus/citrusid/
Key authors: Amanda Saville, Alexander Krings, Tracy Kahn, Matthew Trice, and Amanda Redford
NOTE TO THE USERS OF THIS DEMO APP: This demo application has been getting very low ratings in the past few months, in particular lots of 1 star ratings. This tells us that the application falls short of your expectations. Unfortunately you didn't communicate what exactly is wrong with the app and so we have no clues as to how to fix/improve the app.
We are committed to providing high quality software to satisfy our users' needs.
Therefore, given such high level of public discontent with the application,
rather than continuing to disappoint our users, we will unpublish the app, if the average rating drops below 4.0 -
if anyone still wants the app, signal it by giving your 5-star rating.
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The North Carolina State University Lawn Care App is designed to assist North Carolina home owners with their lawn care. Focusing on the key categories of lawn care and maintenance, the NCSU Lawn Care App uses time sensitive information to tell you the HOWs, WHATs, and WHENs of how to care for your lawn.
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