-yes she showed and ability to take independent decisions as she had refused to marry Bishambernath. actually she was courageous & respected her parents due to which she agreed to marry him although she did not wanted to do so. but when she saw that bishambernath was disgracing her father then just for the respect of her father
she refused to merry him. the teacher made her courageous enough so that she can stand for herself even when everyone was against her & she took a great independent decision . at the end of the story bholi showed great confidence just because of her self confidence which was given to her by her teacher...
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an invasive species can be any kind of living organism—an (like the cane toad), plant, insect, fish, fungus, bacteria, or even an organism’s seeds or eggs—that is not native to an ecosystem and causes harm. can harm the environment, the economy, or even human health. species that grow and reproduce quickly, and spread aggressively, with potential to cause harm, are given the label “invasive.”
cogongrass is an asian plant that arrived in the united states as seeds in packing material. it is now spreading through the southeast, displacing native plants. it provides no food value for native wildlife, and increases the threat of wildfire as it burns hotter and faster than native grasses.
feral pigs will eat almost , including native birds. compete with native wildlife for food sources such as acorns. feral pigs spread diseases, such as brucellosis, to people and livestock. e. coli from their feces was implicated in the e. coli contamination of baby spinach in 2006.
european green crabs found their way into the san francisco bay area in 1989. outcompete native species for food and habitat and eat huge quantities of native shellfish, threatening commercial fisheries.
dutch elm disease (caused by the fungus ulmi) is transmitted to trees by elm bark beetles. since 1930, the disease has spread from through most of the country, killing over half of the elm trees in the northern united states.
water hyacinth is a beautiful aquatic plant, introduced to the u.s. from south america as an ornamental. in the wild, it forms dense mats, reducing sunlight for submerged plants and aquatic organisms, crowding out native aquatic plants, and clogging waterways and intake pipes.#officialjaat
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