Olive trees have long been cultivated species in the Mediterranean Basin. Tunisia boasts one of the highest genetic diversities with over 200 cultivars and genotypes of olive.
The tree’s small, oval fruit can be eaten raw and used to produce olive oil or vinegar; furthermore it serves numerous other uses.
Early Life and Education
Olive attended Albury Superior Public School, P.L.C and the University of Melbourne before going on to become a Methodist missionary and work in India, Fiji and Victoria – later founding Olive Women’s Hospital as well.
This study sought to assess the effect of kaolin on quantitative and qualitative parameters (Jaen index, oil content and bioactive components) of olives from Campania’s “Racioppella” autochthonous cultivar under actual environmental conditions. Kaolin treatment significantly increased Jaen index values as well as olive yield per plant when compared with control treatments.
Ogras  reported significant increases in p-coumaric acid content and lower vanillic acid levels due to using kaolin; however, its application decreased carotenoids concentration and total chlorophyll concentration for both treatments.
Olive pursued a degree in global studies with a concentration in international development to prepare herself for a career examining cultural, social and economic issues across countries. Her research has focused on a range of subjects – such as how transgender Ugandans manage visibility and risk in their community and effects of the 2008 Anti-Homosexuality Act on HIV prevention strategies.
She credits the University’s study abroad programs for broadening her horizons. Her first, Nepal, challenged her to adapt to a foreign culture and learn how to communicate effectively with locals.
She then embarked on the New York study tour for an insider view of a city characterized by cultural diversity. Additionally, she participated in Jordan trip that blends classroom learning with traditional travel to explore this part of the Middle East region.
Achievement and Honors
Olive minor is an award-winning law student lauded for her leadership and achievements across numerous organizations. She has served as a dedicated recruiter for WiPhi, Ethics Bowl team leader, mediator of cooperations between various PHIL UG groups during pandemic outbreak, Triota Honor Society member and holds English Department honors membership.
She currently serves as Program Director for the University’s Precision Agriculture minor program, created to meet industry demand for graduates who possess knowledge and skills related to smart farming. Offered in collaboration with Case IH, it allows students the chance to earn certifications and internships.
The olive tree is one of the world’s oldest cultivated trees, having first originated in Asia Minor before being brought over by Phoenicians as part of their Mediterranean farming endeavors and becoming one of the region’s primary crops since.
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Season 1 of Manifest revealed Olive and Cal to be at odds, after she blamed him for the death of her mother. But during a time skip Olive met Danny and quickly formed an intimate relationship. Later, Grace discovered that although Ben was her biological father she also considered Danny her own father.