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Food chain

Ecological balance depends directly on the interaction, exchanges and relationships that living beings establish with each other and with the environment. Beings breathe, live on the ground or in water, obtain food, bask in the warmth of the sun, shelter, reproduce, die, decompose, and so on. In these processes, air, soil, water, and sunlight interact intensely with plants, animals, and other living things.
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Fruits and Seeds

Fruits arise from ovarian development, usually after egg fertilization. In general, the transformation of the ovary into fruit is induced by hormones released by developing embryos. There are cases, however, where fruit formation occurs without pollination. Fruit Parts A fruit is made up of two main parts: the pericarp, resulting from the development of the ovary walls, and the seeds, resulting from the development of fertilized eggs.
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Study detects blood changes in Fukushima monkeys

It is hypothesized that radiation contributed to changes in the blood. Local monkeys have fewer white and red blood cells. Blood tests on monkeys living in the Fukushima region after the nuclear catastrophe showed a lower presence of white and red blood cells, which could cause greater vulnerability in these primates, a study published on Thursday. July 2014) in the journal "Scientific Reports" of the "Nature" group.
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Animalia Kingdom

Characteristics that distinguish animals The Animalia Kingdom is defined according to characteristics common to all animals: eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophic organisms that obtain their food by eating nutrients from the environment. Even within such broad criteria we may find exceptions in the function of various factors, such as the adaptation of organisms to special livelihoods.
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Lung Respiration

Several terrestrial animals, such as snails, some spiders, scorpions and vertebrates, breathe through the lungs. These are air pockets located inside the body. The oxygen gas in the air that enters the lungs diffuses into the blood or hemolymph, distributing itself into the circulation.
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