This paper report the finding of all season production of mango cultivar 'Harumanis', planted in the GHPS at Universiti Malaysia Perlis ( UniMAP) experimental farm, in the North West Malaysia, and the integration of biosystems engineering for agriculture transformation.
The Hypothesis that support GHPS for 'Harumanis' mango are as follows:
GHPS is part of the Global Tobacco Surveillance System (GTSS), which collects data through three surveys: the Global Youth Tobacco Survey (GYTS), the Global School Personnel Survey (GSPS), and GHPS.
Depending on the number of schools and third-year students in participating countries and disciplines and the resources available, the 16 GHPS studies included a census of students and schools or a sample of schools and a sample of students.
Findings from the 2005 GHPS Pilot Study indicate that the current cigarette-smoking rate among third-year health-profession students is higher than 20% in seven of the 10 countries surveyed.
GHPS provides countries with a way to measure tobacco use among their third-year health-profession students, the desire for cessation among students who smoke, the extent to which students are being trained to provide tobacco-cessation counseling, and the willingness of students to use such training to reduce tobacco use among their patients.
First, because GHPS respondents are third-year health-profession students who have not had substantial interaction with patients, survey results should not be extrapolated to account for practicing health professionals in any of the countries.