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  • 1b Carapace posterior to cervical groove smooth, or possibly with a few tubercles, but not extending to dorsal surface; males with ischial hooks on 2nd walking legs only (fig A); gonopod terminating in 2 elements (figs B and C - one type or the other)--> go to couplet 2. — “Key to PA Crayfishes”,
  • Tubercles. Learn about Tubercles on . Get information and videos on Tubercles including articles on erectile tissue, proximal right femur, interphalangeal joints of foot and more!. — “Tubercles | Answerbag”,
  • Tubercles definition, a small rounded projection or excrescence, as on a bone or on the surface of the body. See more. — “Tubercles | Define Tubercles at ”,
  • This species is characterised by the orange-tipped tubercles, a sparse network of orange lines on the dorsum between the tubercles, and thin submarginal orange lines around the mantle edge. In Halgerda batangas, which also has a network of orange lines, the ridges and tubercles are low and rounded. — “The Sea Slug Forum - Halgerda malesso”,
  • Common names for it are monkey-faced pansy, hot water plant (its tubercles refuse to sprout in the spring unless they are warm) and nut-orchid. The tubercles of most achimenes resemble small pine cones. Others are round or pear shaped and are colored rose, pink or white depending on the. — “How to Grow Achimenes Blubs | Plant-”, plant-
  • with leading edge tubercles versus the same wing without tubercles at a 10 ̊ angle of Tubercles enhance wing performance at modest angles of. attack while. — “THE INFLUENCE OF PASSIVE, LEADING EDGE TUBERCLES ON WING”,
  • Often mistaken for whitespot, breeding tubercles appear on the head, flanks and tail of mature male broodfish. In darker koi, white tubercles will be clearly visible but on paler. — “How To Tell *** Of Koi. Differences male female koi pheromones”, pond-
  • The saddlebaccaterpillar is about an inch long, has a purplish-brown body with a green saddle shape on its bac and has poisonous spines on four large projections (tubercles) and many smaller ones that sticout from the sides of its body. The. — “Search Photo Gallery - ”,
  • SEM of a young colony of the encrusting bryozoan Antropora leucocypha. Triangular spaces between typical feeding individuals (autozooids) are often filled with smaller kenozooids, calcareous deposits, solid tubercles, or tubercles that are transformed into avicularia. — “Antrop_leucoc”, sms.si.edu
  • Definition of Tubercles in the Medical Dictionary. Tubercles explanation. Information about Tubercles in Free online English dictionary. What is Tubercles? Meaning of Tubercles medical term. What does Tubercles mean?. — “Tubercles - definition of Tubercles in the Medical dictionary”, medical-
  • Holdfast tubercles (with photos) keep a pupating caterpillar from falling as it reaches out with its cremaster to grasp onto its silk pad. As it hangs suspended in mid air, these tubercles hold onto the nearly discarded sking of the caterpillar. — “Holdfast tubercle; Pupating Monarch”,
  • The tubercles are formed initially in the internal organs and appear Normal tissue is pushed aside by the growing tubercles and if these tubercles grow near or into a blood vessel the circulation. — “Fish TB”,
  • tubercle (plural tubercles) (anatomy) A round nodule, small eminence, or warty outgrowth found on bones especially for the attachment of a muscle or ligament. A small elevation on the surface of a tooth. (botany) A small rounded wartlike protuberance. — “tubercle - Wiktionary”,
  • The riblike tubercles are more than 3x longer than broad and the spine clusters are farther apart than silver cholla (C. echinocarpa) Although the spine clusters are more closely spaced, the riblike tubercles are variable in length. — “Wildflower Photos #4”, waynesword.palomar.edu
  • In the final instar, head large, broadly rounded-triangular, with a large rounded tubercle on apex of each lobe. rows of tubercles around each secondary ring, these tubercles larger and more closely set on the front margin of segment 2. There is a subdorsal stripe of large tubercles on segments 2. — “Sphingidae of the Eastern Palaearctic - Clanis deucalion”,
  • Palmar tubercle is ovoid and is about 1.5x the size of the thenar tubercle. Both inner and outer metatarsal tubercles are prominent. Tarsal tubercle is elongated. No nuptial pad is visible on the single adult male specimen (Guayasamin and Terán. — “AmphibiaWeb - Noblella coloma”,
  • Definition of Tubercles in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Tubercles. Pronunciation of Tubercles. Translations of Tubercles. Tubercles synonyms, Tubercles antonyms. Information about Tubercles in the free online English dictionary and. — “Tubercles - definition of Tubercles by the Free Online”,
  • The glands of Montgomery, or Montgomery's tubercles, are the tiny "bumps" that are scattered around the areola (the darker area which rings the nip. — “Urban Dictionary: tubercles”,
  • Stem diameter includes the tubercles, unless otherwise stated; lesser Tubercle diameter is the maximum measurement of the cross section at midpoint between the base and apex of a tubercle. — “Coryphantha in Flora of North America @ ”,
  • In anatomy, the term tubercle may describe a round nodule, small eminence, or warty outgrowth found on bones or skin, or, in cases of tuberculosis, in the lungs. Tubercles are usually found behind the last molar in the upper jaw, covered by the gum. — “Tubercle (anatomy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Tubercles A small projection or nodule that grows on a plant or animal. — “Tubercles: Information from ”,
  • Tubercles. Lifestyle, fitness & health information about Tubercles. Breast Symptoms During First Trimester of Pregnancy, 3 Months Pregnant Symptoms, Early Signs You're Pregnant, First Month Pregn. — “Tubercles | ”,

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  • Grafting tubercles on Opuntia stock Grafting tubercles on opuntia stock. By using tubercles we can accelerate the propagation of cacti. By Ruud Tropper.
  • Fluffy, My African Spurred Tortoise This is a video of my new pet, Fluffy. He is a 15 year old African Spurred Tortoise (Geochelone sulcata). A friend of mine found him on the highway in the middle of the desert where his previous owners dumped him off to die a horrible death by freezing from our extremely harsh winters or starve to death. Most likely they done this because they couldn't afford to feed him or properly house him. For a very detailed list of nutrients in vegetables & fruits including calcium to phosphorus ratios, oxalic acid, protein, fat, goitrogenic vegetables & required vitamin & mineral supplements, please visit my web page @ Please rate, comment and subscribe!
  • WhalePower CFD This is a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation of a NACA 63-021 airfoil section with sinusoidal leading-edge tubercles. This new airfoil design was inspired by the shape of a humpback whale's fin. This design is patented by the WhalePower company. This CFD was performed for a CFD introductory level course for the University of Houston.
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  • Black Moor and Fantail Goldfish Spawning! Complete accident! I had no clue they would spawn together, I also assumed they weren't large enough (each is 2+ a bit inches from nose to tip of tail). But the black moor got his breeding tubercles last week which I though was ich until the day before yesterday when I looked it up (I was out of meds thank goodness). He was chasing the ryukin around this morning and I saw her release about 20 eggs! She releases again near the end of the video too :)
  • Tourniquet- Gelatinous Tubercles of Purulent Ossification (ALBUM-Pathogenic Ocular Dissonance) Christian metal band Tourniquet
  • Stingray / Raia The common stingray (Dasyatis pastinaca) is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean and Black Seas. It typically inhabits sandy or muddy habitats in coastal waters shallower than 60 m (200 ft), often burying itself in sediment. Usually measuring 45 cm (18 in) across, the common stingray has a diamond-shaped pectoral fin disc slightly wider than long, and a whip-like tail with upper and lower fin folds. It can be identified by its plain coloration and mostly smooth skin, except for a row of tubercles along the midline of the back in the largest individuals. The predominant prey of the common stingray are bottom-dwelling crustaceans, though it also takes molluscs, polychaete worms, and small bony fishes. It is aplacental viviparous: the embryos are nourished by yolk and later histotroph ("uterine milk") produced by the mother. Females bear 4--9 young twice per year in shallow water, after a gestation period of four months. The common stingray can inflict a painful, though rarely life-threatening, wound with its venomous tail spine. During classical antiquity, its sting was ascribed many mythical properties.
  • Mr T our African Sulcata Tortoise The African Sulcata Tortoise (Geochelone sulcata), or African Spurred Tortoise, is surpassed in size only by the giant tortoises of the Galapagos Islands and Seychelles. Not only do these tortoises grow very large, they grow very rapidly -- up to two and a half feet long and 80-110 pounds or more. Distinct features of these huge creatures include sandy-ivory or golden yellow-brown skin and two or more very large and prominent tubercles (or spurs) on the rear legs.
  • Liberty Corrosion Solutions shows corrosion using Borescope in fire sprinkler pipe. Liberty Corrosion Solutions uses borescope video allowing for management to make educated decisions on the level of corrosion at work within fire sprinkler. The video also allows inspection of areas that are difficult to reach or over sensitive areas. Build up of tubercles which are rust colored nodules is one of the signs of bacterial corrosion. The tubercles can also be an indication of under deposit corrosion which often leads to "pin hole leaks". The fire sprinkler wall is literally thinned until the leak occurs. Treatment involves testing water to determine type of bacteria at work followed by a corrosion mitigation system. The process should include cleaning the system with an approved biocidal agent then mechanically injecting a corrosion inhibitor. Upon completion of the chemical treatment the system should continue to be monitored showing the effectiveness of the system.
  • WhalePower CFD This is a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation of a NACA 63-021 airfoil section with sinusoidal leading-edge tubercles. This new airfoil design was inspired by the shape of a humpback whale's fin. This design is patented by the WhalePower company. This CFD was performed for an introductory level CFD course at the University of Houston.
  • Goldfish Male and female Male with breeding white dots know as Tubercles on gil cover,Female without and full of eggs. Goldfish pair in breeding tank.
  • Whirlwind Utilities Ltd Whirlwind Utilities Ltd has developed a process to remove tubercles and other deposits from the internal pipe walls of potable water mains prior to relining. The Whirlwind Aggregate Cleaning Unit (WACU) is unique in that a constant velocity of air flow is established firstly before a controlled feed of aggregate is introduced into the air flow which provides a uniform cleaning patter along the pipeline being cleaned.
  • Liberty Corrosion Solutions, LLC-Introduction Liberty Corrosion Solutions talks about microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) in sprinkler pipe. The damage being caused by corrosion is severe and is appearing in a variety of areas. Build up of rust cover tubercles are a sign that under deposit corrosion may be at work. This condition leads to fire sprinkler system failure on many levels. The system may develop pin hole leaks leading to severe water damage. Our corrosion mitigation system involves a thorough cleaning of the system followed by a chemical biocide being introduced into the piping, the next step is pumping a corrosion inhibitor which coats the interior of the pipe preventing continued damage.
  • Tourniquet - Gelatinous Tubercles of Purulent Ossification Artist: Tourniquet Song: Gelatinous Tubercles of Purulent Ossification Album: Pathogenic Ocular Dissonance Genre: Christian Neo-classical Progressive Thrash Metal Year: 1992
  • It's A Atlantic Sand Fiddler Crab! Atlantic sand fiddler crabs grow to approximately 1 inch carapace length. Males are easily differentiated from females in that females have chelae (claws) of equal size, while males have unequal claws, one being greatly enlarged as shown in the photo above. Carapace is somewhat rectangular, and is white to gray or tan in color. The center of the carapace is marked with a bright patch of pink or purple, and the sides are mottled in shades of gray or brown. Legs are typically orange nearest the body, with outer segments being brown or gray in color. Chelae are generally white or light colored, with the upper segments of the limb shaded in orange. The frontal surfaces of the enlarged male claw are marked with many small tubercles, larger ones along the upper surface, and smaller ones toward the bottom. The inner palm of the enlarged claw lacks tubercles, a feature which can be used in distinguishing sand fiddlers from other species. Habitat: Atlantic sand fiddler crabs are the most common crabs in the sandy shorelines of protected beaches, impoundments, and salt marshes. They are found from the water's edge up to the sand or mudflats along the shoreline. In mosquito impoundments, they are often found on the roads above the perimeter ditches. Similar Species: Sand fiddlers are often found in association with mud fiddler crabs, Uca pugnax, but can be distinguished from them because sand fiddlers lack tubercles on the inner surface of the enlarged male claw, and by the ...
  • English Words: serines, spavin, spavins, tubercle, tubercles, spin, spins, thrash, bunco, buncos, Music By Aalborg Soundtracks, from Audioswap -- see from the album Aalborg Soundtracks Vol. 5, on iTunes definitions of the words: serines, spavin, spavins, tubercle, tubercles, spin, spins, thrash, bunco, buncos, bunko, bunkos, flimflam, flimflams, gyp, hustle,...
  • Reddish Burrowing Frog The Reddish Burrowing Frog, Fejervarya rufescens, is a medium sized frog having brown to dark brown dorsum with red makings. This is a burrowing frog, often found below the logs and stones. It has its inner and outer metatarsal tubercles on its hind limbs developed in shovel shape which functions as digging appendages. In the rainy season, males occupy the edges of water pools and display chorus calls for mate selection. The call of this frog has higher frequency when compared to that of the other Indian burrowing frogs. The species is found in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala and is endemic to Western Ghats, India. [Videographed by the scientists of WGRC/ZSI, Kozhikode (Calicut)].
  • Galvanized Pipe Inspection Liberty Corrosion Solutions MIC inspection of galvanized pipe.Liberty Corrosion Solutions talks about the effects of microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) in sprinkler pipe. The damage being caused by corrosion is severe and is appearing in a variety of areas. Build up of rust cover tubercles are a sign that under deposit corrosion may be at work. This condition leads to fire sprinkler system failure on many levels. The system may develop pin hole leaks leading to severe water damage. In addition to water damage the build ups often break loose as shown in this video creating material that easily blocks fire sprinkler heads and ranch lines. Our corrosion mitigation system involves a thorough cleaning of the system followed by a chemical biocide being introduced into the piping, the next step is pumping a corrosion inhibitor which coats the interior of the pipe preventing continued damage. Following the treatment the system should be monitored using a corrosion coupon and quarterly laboratory test
  • Stick Insect OR Leaf Insect - It Looks Like A Leaf With Stick Legs - And It Hardly Moves I found a stick insect (or is it a leaf insect?) hanging from the railing on my back deck. It looks just like a leaf with stick legs. With a little touching of it's tail, I was able to get it to move slightly!! DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHAT THIS INSECT IS CALLED?? Phasmatodea From Wikipedia, The Phasmatodea (sometimes called Phasmida) are an order of insects, whose members are variously known as stick insects (in Europe and Australasia), walking sticks or stick-bugs (in the United States and Canada), phasmids, ghost insects and leaf insects (generally the family Phylliidae). The ordinal name is derived from the Ancient Greek phasma, meaning an apparition or phantom, and refers to the resemblance of many species to sticks or leaves. Their natural camouflage can make them extremely difficult to spot. Anatomy and ecology VideoPhasmids can be relatively large, elongated insects. Some have cylindrical stick-like bodies, while others have a flattened, leaflike, shape. The body is often further modified to resemble vegetation, with ridges resembling leaf veins, bark-like tubercles, and other forms of camouflage. A few species, such as Carausius morosus, are even able to change their pigmentation to match their surroundings. Many species are wingless, or have reduced wings.[1] The mouthparts project out from the head, and include typical chewing mandibles. All phasmids possess compound eyes, but ocelli are only found in some winged males.[1] The thorax is long in the winged species ...
  • Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) in sprinkler pipe. Liberty Corrosion Solutions talks about the effects of microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) in sprinkler pipe. The damage being caused by corrosion is severe and is appearing in a variety of areas. Build up of rust cover tubercles are a sign that under deposit corrosion may be at work. This condition leads to fire sprinkler system failure on many levels. The system may develop pin hole leaks leading to severe water damage. In addition to water damage the build ups often break loose as shown in this video creating material that easily blocks fire sprinkler heads and ranch lines. Our corrosion mitigation system involves a thorough cleaning of the system followed by a chemical biocide being introduced into the piping, the next step is pumping a corrosion inhibitor which coats the interior of the pipe preventing continued damage. Following the treatment the system should be monitored using a corrosion coupon and quarterly laboratory test.
  • lone male humpback whale singing in Dominican Republic has "Where the Whales Sing", my one hour documentary on the humpbacks. Here is an unedited short clip from a longer clip of a lone male humpback whale singing in Jan 2008. He is clearly unperturbed by our presence. The sounds he makes are recorded by the on-camera mic. You can hear the different sounds he makes, the door creaking, the fog horn, the sequence of chirrups which range from three to five at a time. I have been on boats right above singing males and the songs are so loud that it sounded as if there were loud speakers on the boat connected to a hydrophone. In the Caribbean and the islands of Hawaii it is possible to dive under water and hear the ambient sound of hundreds of whales singing. The deeper you dive, the louder the sound becomes. I was fortunate to spend a day with Dr Jim Darling in Maui this Feb and saw clearly how a male whale attracted other male whales and then stopped singing. They seemed friendly and cooperative rather than antagonistic to each other, as if they were buddies. They then swam at about 4 knots just beneath the surface for about ten minutes before they suddenly speeded up. A few minutes later they had found a female with a calf and a large male, the primary escort. The three males lunged at the primary escort trying to get close to the female. Their backs, dorsal fins and tubercles on their heads were bloodied in the process. The female cleverly swam towards another female with a calf and primary escort and lost the ...
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  • Fancy goldfish Fancy goldfish in breeding tank.Male with breeding white dots that look like Ick there also know as Tubercles on male gil cover, Female with eggs.
  • Tubercles biopsy Final - Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy - Virk Hospital , Jalandhar, India IVF, IUI, ICSI, Infertility treatment , test tube baby, - Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy -
  • Walkin' Stick From Wikipedia: The Phasmatodea (sometimes called Phasmida) are an order of insects, whose members are variously known as stick insects (in Europe), walking sticks or stick-bugs (in the United States), phasmids, ghost insects and leaf insects (generally the family Phylliidae). The ordinal name is derived from the Greek "phasma" meaning an apparition or phantom, and refers to the resemblance of many species to sticks or leaves. Their natural camouflage can make them extremely difficult to spot. Phasmids are relatively large, elongated insects. Some have cylindrical stick-like bodies, while others have a flattened, leaflike, shape. The body is often further modified to resemble vegetation, with ridges resembling leaf veins, bark-like tubercles, and other forms of camouflage. A few species, such as Carausius morosus, are even able to change their pigmentation to match their surroundings. Many species are wingless, or have reduced wings. The mouthparts project out from the head, and include typical chewing mandibles. All phasmids possess compound eyes, but ocelli are only found in some winged males.[1] The thorax is long in the winged species, where it includes the flight muscles, but it typically much shorter in the wingless forms. Where present, the first pair of wings are narrow and cornified, while the hind wings are broad, with straight longitudinal veins and multiple cross-veins. The legs are typically long and slender, and some species are capable of limb autotomy.[1 ...
  • Cyprinella callistia male Video of an Alabama shiner male in Shoal Creek just downstream of Pine Glen campground. They are pretty colorful this time of the year and the breeding tubercles are very pronounced.
  • Blue Oranda - male in breeding condition update video of him to show friends and family because he keeps growing...and it's fall and he's got his breeding tubercles...someone explain that to me
  • EM_Tubercles.avi Growth of Ectomycorrhza tubercles are seen top left corner. Check out the Soil Mycorrhizal Lab @ ccb.ucr.edu ---------------- All movie clips are the sole property of the Center for Conservation Biology, UC Riverside. All use and/or publication rights are reserved worldwide. All movie clips are expressly not in the Public Domain. No movie clips or other content on this website may be copied, stored, manipulated, published, sold or reproduced in whole or in part in any form without the prior written authorization of an authorized representative of the Center for Conservation Biology, UC Riverside.
  • TOURNIQUET D06 gelatinous tubercles of purulent ossification Tourniquet - Gelatinous Tubercles Of Purulent Ossification, taken from the album "Pathogenic Ocular Dissonance"
  • Common Shiner, Spencer Creek, Dundas We were both way off, well he was more way off than me. I'm pretty sure its a Common Shiner, but correct me if I'm wrong. It looks a little wierd, it could be a hybrid.This fish has no significance.
  • Humpback Whales The humpback whale is a baleen whale and a rorqual whale that sings amazing songs. It performs complex and cooperative feeding techniques. The humpback has a bulky head with bumpy protuberances (tubercles), each with a bristle. Humpbacks are acrobats of the ocean, breaching and slapping the water. They live in pods and have 2 blowholes. The name humpback describes the motion it makes as it arches its back out of the water in preparation for a dive. Humpback whales grow to be about 52 feet (16 m) long, weighing 30-50 tons (27-45 tonnes). The females are slightly larger than males, as with all baleen whales. The four-chambered heart of the average humpback whale weighs about 430 pounds (195 kg) - about as much as three average adult human beings. Humpbacks come in 4 different color schemes, ranging from white to gray to black to mottled. There are distinctive patches of white on underside of the flukes (tail). These markings are unique to each individual whale, like a fingerprint. The humpback's skin is frequently scarred and may have patches covered with barnacles. - created at
  • Pin hole leaks in sprinkler pipe. Liberty Corrosion Solutions talks about pin hole leaks in sprinkler pipe. Liberty Corrosion Solutions talks about the effects of microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) in sprinkler pipe. The damage being caused by corrosion is severe and is appearing in a variety of areas. Build up of rust cover tubercles are a sign that under deposit corrosion may be at work. This condition leads to fire sprinkler system failure on many levels. The system may develop pin hole leaks leading to severe water damage. In addition to water damage the build ups often break loose as shown in this video creating material that easily blocks fire sprinkler heads and ranch lines. Our corrosion mitigation system involves a thorough cleaning of the system followed by a chemical biocide being introduced into the piping, the next step is pumping a corrosion inhibitor which coats the interior of the pipe preventing continued damage. Following the treatment the system should be monitored using a corrosion coupon and quarterly laboratory test
  • CheckOrphan NewsFlash December 14, 2009 CheckOrphan NewsFlash for Monday, December 14, 2009: breaking news about rare diseases, orphan diseases, orphan drugs, and neglected diseases. Today's broadcast highlights topics about: stem-cell transplant, sickle cell disease, National Institutes of Health, New England Journal of Medicine, bone marrow transplant, chemotherapy, red blood cell, Université de Montréal, Université de Sherbrooke, SOCS1, cytokines, cancer, tuberculosis, Epithelial cells, tubercles, Lalita Ramakrishnan, University of Washington, Seton Catholic Elementary School, Jamie Straka, aplastic anemia, bone marrow donor, Three Sons Bone Marrow Drive, Ataxia UK, ataxia, http
  • Alabama Shiner Spawning This video shows a group of Alabama shiners (Cyprinella callistia) exhibiting spawning behavior around a rock crevice. The males are the brightly colored animals with bluish-white patches on their heads and red tails. The white patches are formed by tubercles (tiny horns or bumps composed of Keratin), which may function in combat between rival males and in signaling reproductive status to females. A few females (with a gold lateral stripe but without tubercles or distinctive coloration) can be seen darting into the crevice. The male and female will swim along the crevice and deposit eggs and sperm (you cannot see this in the video, but it is probably going on). Other males may also make solo runs along the crevice in an attempt to fertilize some of the eggs. Crevice spawning, which is characteristic of minnows in the genus Cyprinella, is considered an adaption to reduce predation on eggs. Video shot by freshwater fish ecologist, Brett Albanese with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Nongame Conservation Section.
  • Grafting Schlumbergera Grafting Schlumbergera (opuntioides) on Opuntia stock by Ruud Tropper
  • Mark Murray on CNN Mark Murray discussing research on wind or water turbine blades with turbercles like those found on whale fins.
  • Fluffy Eating Dinner This is another video of Fluffy eating his dinner inside the house. He was basking in the sun shine and running all over the back yard with the chickens and pigeons and it got too late to feed him outside. The video also shows his enclosure where he sleeps every night which is in my bathroom. His sleeping area is about 4 feet wide and 10 feet long. On days that are too cold for him to go outside I just let him roam the house and get under the lights or heat lamp as he sees fit.
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  • Mangos*** The mangos*** tree is found predominantly in Southeast Asia in countries like China, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan and Philippines. There has been attempts to grow them in the US but it has not been successful. In Hawaii, the tree has not acclimatized and is rare in those islands. Neither has it been successful in California. The soil and climate in Florida is very unfavorable. Some plants have been grown for a time in containers in greenhouses. One tree, protected and grown in special soil lived to produce a single fruit before succumbing to winter cold. Climate The mangos*** is ultra-tropical and cannot tolerate temperatures below 40º F (4.44º C), nor above 100º F (37.78º C). Seedlings are killed at 45º F (7.22º C). It is limited in Malaysia to elevations below 1500 ft (450 m); In Madras it grows from 250 to 5000 ft (76-1500 m) above sea-level; and attempts to establish it north of 200 latitude have failed. Mangos*** ordinarily requires high atmospheric humidity and an annual rainfall of 50 inches (127 cm) and no long periods of drought. In Dominica, mangos***s growing in an area having 80 inches (200 cm) of rain yearly required special care, but another locality with 105 inches (255 cm) and better moisture- holding soil capacity, flourished. Soil Mangos*** is not adapted to limestone and requires deep, rich organic soil, especially sandy loam or laterite. In India, the most productive specimens are on clay containing coarse material ...
  • Where Did Vashog Come From and How Human Life Began Nobody knows how Vashog was created, or why, but we do know where It came from. Vashog imploded from another dimension! But which dimension? Dr. Nathaniel Abraham, a respected postdoctoral researcher in fish and whale development may have found the answer. By studying the tubercles on whale fins he was able to find evidence of dimensional drift. Which can only be possible if these whales were originally gurped into existence from a living being that had just crossed a dimensional boundary. Which the First Vicar Jason Doyle believes to be the 618th dimension. Us humans, being the smart creatures that we are, managed to survive the beginning of the universe. However, the first humans had none of the five senses at all. They only had the sixth sense: ESP (Extra-Sensory Perception). It's too bad, because otherwise, we would no what the beginning of time looked like. These 'pre-cursors' were not very different from us, other than the next few following traits: 1. The males died after impregnating the females. 2. The females gave birth to full-grown humans. 3. The females died after giving birth. 4. The gestation period was only 6 hours. It only took 3 weeks to complete the evolution cycle to where we are right now. Unfortunately, during the cycle, we lost the biological mechanism to evolve so fast, and we must now wait for thousands of generations before evolution can be seen. We also lost our ESP in exchange for our other senses of sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. We ...

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  • “Spawning tubercles. New Topic Topic Locked. Printer Friendly. Author. Topic. Sidewinder 2 around the 3lb mark and it's head was covered in tubercles, personally I thought the”
    — The Maggotdrowners Forum - Spawning tubercles,

  • “1. _ the fruit of the perennial ragweed has blunt tubercles instead of spines. common ragweed, the fruit of the perennial ragweed has blunt tubercles instead of spines”
    — Sentence: ...the fruit of the perennial ragweed has blunt, english-

  • “Your_Description Cactus Blog. daily news and photography about cacti and succulents. and some california natives too "Drolly entertaining and informative at the same time." CSM. Photography 01 Jun 2009 10:07 am. Named for the Tubercles. Mammillaria bocasana ssp”
    — Cactus Blog " Named for the Tubercles,

  • “Whales and their tubercles”
    — Whales and their tubercles,

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  • “ attention on the humpback's flippers, which have a distinct saw-tooth-like structure along their leading edges, called tubercles. a company (WhalePower) to develop and license designs using tubercles”
    — Whales Inspire New Turbine Blades | Symscape,

  • “A mostly scientific blog about short DNA sequences for species identification and Stoeckle. Archives. By month: By category: By keyword: Subscribe to this blog. Sign up for”
    — The Barcode of Life blog, phe.rockefeller.edu

  • “Who posted in: Breeding Stars or Tubercles. Member name. Posts. koko. 1. Skin and Language Aug 28 2010 02:23 AM. Back to top. Forum Home. Delete My Cookies. Mark”
    — Kokos Goldfish Forum -> Breeding Stars or Tubercles -> Who,

  • “Homeopathy and More Forum - THUJA OCCIDENTALIS Moist mucous tubercles. Bleeding fungus growths. Nævus. Excess of venosity. The main action of Thuja is on the skin and genito-urinary organs, producing conditions that correspond with Hahnemann's sycotic dyscrasia, whose chief manifestation”
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