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Bombados: is it worth it?

What are anabolic steroids? Bombs are hormones. Produced from animal extracts, they are synthetic hormones similar to testosterone, the main male hormone, which have anabolic and androgenic properties. What do they do in the body? When they fall into the bloodstream and penetrate the cell, anabolic steroids begin to function, attaching themselves to an androgen receptor, migrate to the nucleus and stimulate protein synthesis.
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Bird has fuzz that mimics poisonous caterpillar to protect itself

Study observed gray-weeping Amazonian chick, which lives in Peru. By resembling a poisonous caterpillar, the cub protects itself from predators. An Amazonian bird that lives in southeastern Peru has developed a curious defense strategy against predators. As a cub, the gray wail (Laniocera hypopyrra) has a fuzz that resembles the hair of a poisonous caterpillar that lives in the region.
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The leaf: photosynthesis site

Extremely variable in shape, a complete leaf is formed by a "head", the petiole, and a flat surface with two faces, the limb traversed by ribs. The main function of the leaf is to serve as the site where photosynthesis is performed. In some plants there are modified leaves that perform specialized functions, such as insect trapping leaves of insectivorous plants and cactus thorns.
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Rubble Recycling

Rubble is the collection of fragments or remains of brick, concrete, mortar, steel, wood, etc., from waste in the construction, renovation and / or demolition of structures such as buildings, residences and bridges. Construction debris is therefore made up of debris and material fragments, while demolition is made up only of debris, thus having a higher qualitative potential compared to construction debris.
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Everyone has a personal cloud of microbes

No use scrubbing with Super Candida: microorganisms in the human body are ten times larger than the cells themselves. But it doesn't have to go into an identity crisis: Because bacteria and fungi are much smaller than human cells, the total volume of guests is "only" about one liter. Now scientists at the University of Oregon (USA) have found that not only do we emit a cloud with millions of these microbes all the time, but this cloud is unique, allowing us to identify each individual.
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Nerve impulse transmission

In a neuron, the stimuli always propagate in the same direction: they are received by the dendrites, travel through the cell body, travel through the axon and, from its end, are passed to the next cell (dendrite - cell body - axon). The nerve impulse that travels through the neuron is of electrical origin and results from changes in the electrical charges on the outer and inner surfaces of the cell membrane.
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