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Jun 10, 2016 4:53 AM Posted by Huynh Khoa

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Hoa cúc La Mã hay hoa cúc Đức ?

Nov 3, 2015 6:47 AM Posted by Tieng Anh

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Nhiều người hay nhầm lẫn giũa giống cúc La Mã (Roman Chamomile) và cúc Đức (Roman Chamomile) do cà 2 loài Cúc này khá giống nhau về ngoại hình và hoa.

Cả hoa cúc La Mã (tên khoa học Anthemis nobilis hay Chamaemelum nobile) và hoa cúc Đức (Matricaria chamomilla hay Matricara recutita,Chamomilla recutita ) là thảo mộc thơm cho nguyên liệu tinh dầu sử dụng trong trà, mỹ phẩm và y học.

Hoa cúc La Mã, còn được gọi là hoa cúc Anh, có nguồn gốc ở Trung Đông, Nam và Tây Âu và Đông Phi, hoa cúc La Mã được trồng ở Argentina, Anh, Pháp, Bỉ và Hoa Kỳ.

Phân phối nhiên của nó là châu Âu và Bắc Á. Cúc Đức được trồng ở Hungary, Ai Cập, Pháp và các nước Đông Âu nên cón được gọi cúc Hungary.

 

Cúc la mã

Hoa cúc La Mã phát triển đến 12 inch và có lông thân và mịn cắt, sợi, lá màu xanh lá cây có một mùi hương tương tự như quả táo và dứa.

Hoa cúc giống như phát triển rộng 1/2 đến 1 inch, với những cánh hoa trắng và nhụy vàng. Dầu chưng cất từ hoa cúc La Mã là rõ ràng với màu vàng nhạt.

Cúc Chamomile Đức

Cúc Đức là cao hơn, đạt 24 inch, và có không có lông cành lá sợi, thưa thớt hơn và ít có nhiều cây dương xỉ so với hoa cúc La Mã.

Hoa cúc Đức  tương tự Cúc la mã  nhưng lớn hơn - rộng ~1-2 inch.Ở giữa màu vàng hình nón và rỗng, cũng có mùi như táo hoặc dứa khi nghiền nát.

Dầu chưng cất từ hoa cúc Đức màu xanh đậm.


Tham khảo:

http://www.thaomocgarden.com/2015/11/hat-giong-hoa-cuc-uc-matricaria.html

https://docs.google.com/document/d/16ih8dCkaFT3sz1CmBO-iSnid6F6yO4JNWBKzlWOXiKU/pub



Roman chamomile Vs German Chamomile

6:29 AM Posted by Tieng Anh Labels:

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Both Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile, formerly Anthemis nobilis) and German chamomile (Chamomilla recutita, formerly Matricaria chamomilla) are aromatic herbs cultivated for their essential oils and for use in teas, cosmetics and medicine.

They have different growing habits and distributions. Roman chamomile, also known as English chamomile, is hardy in U.S. zones 6 through 9. German chamomile is an annual.

Its native distribution is Europe and northern Asia.

 

Roman Chamomile

Roman chamomile grows to 12 inches tall and has hairy stems and finely cut, threadlike, green leaves that have a scent similar to apple and pineapple. Daisy-like flowers grow 1/2 to 1 inch wide, with white petals and a yellow center. Distilled oil from Roman chamomile is clear to pale yellow. Native to the Middle East, southern and western Europe and eastern Africa, Roman chamomile is cultivated in Argentina, England, France, Belgium and the United States.

German Chamomile

German chamomile is taller, reaching 24 inches, and has hairless stems with threadlike, more sparse and less ferny leaves than Roman chamomile. The plant is less spreading. Flowers are similar but larger -- 1 to 2 inches wide. The yellow center is conical and hollow, smelling also like apple or pineapple when crushed.

The essential oil is dark blue. Also known as Hungarian chamomile, the plant is cultivated in Hungary, Egypt, France and eastern Europe.

 

http://www.plantaholic.net/2015/11/roman-chamomile-vs-german-chamomile.html

Facebook updates

Dec 19, 2014 7:50 AM Posted by Vina Talk Labels:

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1. Search for past posts

Facebook’s most recent update (as of only yesterday!) is making it easier to find posts you want to get back to. According to the social media network, a way to search past posts through Facebook Graph Search has been a much requested feature.

2. Saved posts

Ever come across something great you want to read on Facebook when you don’t quite have the time to devote to it right then? Facebook must have noticed lots of us with this challenge, so they created a great solution: Saved posts!

When you spot an intriguing post or event, you can click the drop-down menu to quickly save it for later like so:

When you’re ready to browse your saved posts, you can find them in the menu on the left side under your profile.

where to find saved posts on Facebook

This will take you to all your saved stories, where you can read and archive them at your leisure. Quick privacy note: Only you can see the things you save on Facebook to view later.

3. Rooms for every interest

One of Facebook’s most fascinating recent additions is Rooms—an anonymous chatroom type app that hearkens back to the early days on the web.

Here’s how Facebook describes Rooms in the debut announcement:

Rooms lets you create places for the things you’re into, and invite others who are into them too.  A room is a feed of photos, videos, and text – not too different from the one you have on Instagram or Facebook – with a topic determined by whoever created the room.

When you join, some Rooms will be recommended to you, but there is no way to search for Rooms. That’s on purpose, Facebook Product Manager Josh Miller told Mashable.

“Though counterintuitive, our logic was that retro web browsers didn’t offer ‘discovery’ for early Internet communities — you had to tell Netscape exactly where you wanted to go –- so why should we?” he said. “Our hypothesis was that places on the web being hard to find was a feature, not a bug.”

You get into a Room by snapping a photo of the Room’s QR code:

Facebook rooms entry QR code

Then you can browse photos and contribute on your topics of interest.

Facebook room Backpack Diaries

I have to admit that Facebook Rooms are still a bit mysterious to me. I’d love to hear about your experiences with them!

4. Facebook Groups app

Facebook Groups are a great way to stay in touch with specific groups of people with shared interests, and now you can have that experience on mobile as well as the Facebook desktop with the new Facebook Groups app.

You can post updates, links and photos to your groups, start new discussions and find new groups to join, or even start a new group right through the app.

When you open the app, you’ll see all your Facebook Groups in one place. Groups you use most frequently are at the top, and you can quickly move between each group.

Facebook groups app

5. “Buy” button

Have you spotted this one in the wild yet? I haven’t seen it myself, but Facebook has started testing a new feature that allows users on desktop or mobile to  click a “Buy” button on ads and Page posts and purchase a product without leaving Facebook.

This change, if rolled out widely, could be a major boon to help businesses drive sales through Facebook in News Feed and on Pages.
Facebook buy button

Minister Dinh La Thang : Need to find a way to legalize Uber taxi

Dec 5, 2014 8:01 AM Posted by Vina Talk Labels:

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At the Ministry of Transport 2/12 morning meeting , Minister Dinh La Thang said that taxi Uber is the type of business is priced lower than a regular taxi, people are beneficial  for the use of this service.

"If this kind of business software by Uber has not been defined in the legal documents, decrees, circulars, instructions, you have additional responsibilities to legalization.

It should do so upon the management but convenient for the people ", the Minister Dinh La Thang steering.

Thang also stressed that the state management by law, by institutional policies to promote economic development. The legal text of the Ministry of Transport must be directed to higher productivity, better quality, to bring more satisfaction to the people and businesses, reduce cost countries.

"Institutional policies must be simple, do not leave immediately thought management was then banned," he said Thang.

Currently the rules for the operation of taxi Uber no, are considered "illegal" to some Uber car in the city traffic inspector was sanctioned under Decree No. 171 for business behavior automobile transportation without registration transportation business. The fine individuals from 3 to 4 million are held from 6 to 8 million.

According to Nguyen Van Thanh, Chairman of Association of Vietnam Auto Transport, Ministry of Transport to study the regulation of taxi operations Uber by many countries around the world have implemented this service. Ministry of Transportation may make regulations require businesses and vehicle registration Uber activities, taxpayers and ensure benefits for customers.

Mr. Thanh also said that at present, the reverse of taxi Uber customers do not have the rights to taxi traffic accident because the car does not have insurance to customers.