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CulturAgriCulturE: 87- A fruit, what is it?

In most cases, it does so by producing seeds. The usual meaning of the word fruit includes most sweet vegetable products, which are often consumed as a dessert. Then the fruit itself, which we eat...

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Why Butterflies, Bees Drink Crocodile Tears - National Geographic Society (blogs)

Why Butterflies, Bees Drink Crocodile Tears - National Geographic Society (blogs)

Photograph by Carlos de la Rosa, Organization for Tropical Studies Carlos de la Rosa, an aquatic ecologist and director of the La Selva Biological Station in San Pedro, Costa Rica, led the group a...

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With thorns ...

With thorns ...

Thinking about this would also enter the debate as to whether the Cacti grown for hundreds of generations away from their natural habitats continue to maintain their cellular characteristics or what i...

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Nature and walks: January 2014

Nature and walks: January 2014

There are nearby 18 000 species worldwide and they can be found even around the Arctic, although only a few species can survive there, but usually they are migratory species in this icy area of ​​the ...

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Our America: The Latin Presence in American Art

Martinez-Fraga, 2013.18 oil on canvas Smithsonian American Art Museum, donation of Liza and Pedro J. Martínez-Fraga , 2013.18 Rodríguez's unsettled picture was inspired by Italian ...

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AREL-ART: GEORGIA O'KEEFFE: FIRST FLOWERS

AREL-ART: GEORGIA O'KEEFFE: FIRST FLOWERS

In 1913, the famous "Armory Show" took place in New York, when American artists became acquainted with the European avant-garde styles. The most outstanding artists of that period were Marsden Hartley...

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