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Worms

People often react with some disgust when they hear the word "worms". The impression you get is something slimy, creepy and dangerous to health. The word worms, applied to the diseases caused by some of these animals, contributes to this notion. Indeed, some worms are disease-causing, especially in populations living in poor health.

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Ten Mistakes We Made When Talking About Dinosaurs

Our perceptions and knowledge about these animals have changed a lot since the discovery of the first fossils and continue to change in light of new findings. Our perception and understanding of dinosaurs has changed significantly since the first fossils were found - and they continue to change as new discoveries emerge.
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Smell

We can guess what is in the oven only by the smell we smell in the kitchen air. That is the sense of smell. Particles from food, liquids, flowers, etc. They reach our nose and dissolve in the tissue lining the inner roof of the nasal cavity, the olfactory mucosa.
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Should I floss before or after brushing my teeth?

Flossing or flossing is critical to the health of your teeth as they reach places not reached by the brush. But what is the correct sequence? Thread the wire before or after brushing? While there is no scientific evidence for what is best, we recommend flossing before brushing.
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Scrotum bag

Sperm, male sex gametes, are produced in the testicles. The testicles are in the scrotum, which looks flaccid and slightly wrinkled. It is important that they are located outside the abdomen because sperm are produced at a lower temperature than the rest of the body.
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Meet 15 animals with amazing talents

We already know the "common" talents of animals, such as the strength of lions or the speed of cheetahs. But did you know the ability of spiders to float and skydive? Check out the list below with 15 animals we know and their unknown talents. Penguins cannot fly, but can jump up to two meters in the air.
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The Amazing Way Breast Milk Works

You have probably heard that breast milk is amazing. Doctors, nutritionists, magazines, blogs and even strangers love to inform a pregnant woman of all the millions of benefits of breastfeeding, which, by the way, has been confirmed by many scientific researches. The funny thing is, despite all this, scholars are still trying to understand exactly how this magical liquid works.
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Biology Tricks (part 3)

Botany Plant Reproduction Macete: bryophyte is gametophyte… the rest is sporophyte Plant Reproductive Organs ) Note: in the female apparatus all organs start with VOGAIS!
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10 fascinating mysteries of life that science cannot explain

Science has certainly improved our understanding of the world enormously, but there are still many things that just don't seem to explain and continue to intrigue scholars for decades. How ... 10. Cows Always Face North or South While Eating When a team of scientists analyzed thousands of Google Earth satellite images of cows (don't ask me why), they discovered a detail that went unnoticed for millennia: animals always turn to the pole magnetic north and south while eating or resting.
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10 Rare Genetic Mutations That Give Superpowers

Genes do what we are, and sometimes they can make amazing combinations. Meet 10 rare genetic mutations that give superpowers. Compared to many other species, all humans have incredibly similar genomes. However, even slight variations in our genes or environments can cause us to develop traits that make us unique.
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The food web

In nature, some beings may play various roles in different food chains. When we eat an apple, for example, we play the role of primary consumers. Already eating a steak, we are secondary consumers, because the ox, which eats the grass, is primary consumer. Many other animals also have varied diets.
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The Major Brazilian Ecosystems (continued)

Pantanal Mato Grosso Located in the Midwest region of Brazil, it comprises part of the states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul. Area that represents the most important and known wetland in the world (largest floodplain in the planet), with amazing rates of animal biodiversity. It is influenced by several ecosystems, such as the cerrado, the Amazon rainforest, the Atlantic forest, as well as the cycles of drought and flood, and high temperatures.
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Major Brazilian Ecosystems

Brazil has a great diversity of ecosystems. Almost all of its territory is situated in the tropical zone. Therefore, our country receives a great deal of heat all year round, which favors this great diversity. See the map below for examples of the main ecosystems found in Brazil.
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Ecology

What does ecology study? The Amazon forest has a rich vegetation. And the variety of animals is also huge. It is estimated that in a single tree of the Amazon rainforest can be found more than a thousand different species of insects. In fact, if we gather all the rainforests of the planet, we will see that there are more than half of the living species in them.
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Ecological Relations

In an ecosystem, living beings relate to the physical environment as well as to one another, forming what we call ecological relationships. Ecological relationships occur within the same population (that is, between individuals of the same species), or between different populations (between individuals of different species).
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Celomato, acelomao and pseudocelomao animals

The animals that have cheloma are called cheloma. All chords are chelomated, as are mollusks (slugs, oysters), annelids (earthworms) and echinoderms (starfish, sea urchins). There are triblastic animals in which the mesoderm delimits one part of the cavity, the other part being delimited by the endoderm.
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Etiquette Tips (continued)

Tip 9 - What's wrong with drinking tap water? Know that she is well treated before arriving at your home. Then install a scrubber on the tap and forget about the annoying carboys. Consumption of bottled water involves transportation in diesel vehicles. Need I say more? Tip 10 - One of the major problems of water pollution comes from the habit of throwing frying oil into the plumbing.
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Etiquette Tips (continued)

Tip 3 - Do you have a cruder attitude than throwing can or other waste through the car window? The punishment for this gaffe is guaranteed: the waste dumped on the street is dragged by rain, clogs manholes, reaches rivers and dams, causes flooding and impairs the quality of the water we consume. Tip 4 - Standby and daytime appliances are another invention in the name of comfort.
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Comparative Anatomy

The wing of a bird, the anterior fin of a dolphin and the arm of a man, although very different, have very similar bone and muscle structure. The similarity can be explained by assuming that these beings had common ancestors from which they inherited a basic plane of body structure.
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Ideas and people who influenced Darwin

Darwin was influenced by the works of famous scientists, such as astronomer John Herschel (1792-1871) and naturalist and traveler Alexandr Humboldt (1767-1835). The latter was responsible, according to Darwin himself, for the impulse to travel to unknown lands on scientific expeditions. The work of geologist and friend Charles Lyell (1797 - 1875) also marked Darwin's study.
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