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Earthworm Biology
... mix the swallowed material and pass it through the digestive tract as digestive fluids containing enzymes are secreted and mixed with the materials. The digestive fluids release amino acids, sugars, and other ... of sperm occurs between two worms during mating. Mature sperm and egg cells and nutritive fluid are deposited in cocoons produced by the clitellum, a conspicuous, girdle-like structure near ...
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David Wong
... species raid the pitchers for food. Mosquito larvae, which are immune to the digestive enzymes, live in the digestive liquid in the pitchers. These are captured live and eaten or taken back ... are able to walk up and down the interior walls and even swim in the digestive fluid of the traps with no harmfull effects. HOME to Index Page Copyrightę Canadian Tissue Culture ...
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Cephalotus, Carnivorous Plants Online - Botanical Society of America
... cultivated varieties. Once the leaves mature, the lids open and expose the pitcher full of digestive fluid. Ribs on the outside of the pitchers are adorned with nectar glands that attract insects ... may close if the plant begins to dry, thus protecting it from loss of its digestive fluid. The pitchers of Cephalotus nestle close to each other and are usually found in moss ...
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Mint, Mentha
... USES: The menthol in peppermint soothes the lining of the digestive tract an stimulates the production of bile, which is an essential digestive fluid. A hot cup of herbal tea is an excellent ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Angelica - Herb Profile and Information
... 'it cureth the bitings of mad dogs and all other venomous beasts.' ---Preparations---Fluid extract, herb: dose, 1 drachm. Fluid extract, root: dose, 1/4 to 1 drachm. RECIPES To Preserve Angelica ... a day before meals, forming a good appetiser. A delicious liqueur which is also a digestive, preserving all the virtues of the plant, is made in this way: 1 OZ. of ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Barberry, Common - Herb Profile and Information
... it proves an excellent remedy for dyspepsia and functional derangement of the liver, regulating the digestive powers, and if given in larger doses, acting as a mild purgative and removing constipation ... debility and biliousness, and for diarrhoea. ---Preparations---Powdered bark, 1/4 teaspoonful several times daily. Fluid extract, 1/2 to 1 drachm. Solid extract, 5 to 10 grains. It possesses ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - MCPA
... Mayclene, MCP, Mephanac, Midox, Phenoxylene, Rhomene, Rhonox, Sanaphen-M, Shamrox, Selectyl, Tiller, U 46 M-Fluid, Vacate, Weed-Rhap, and Zhelan. Regulatory Status: MCPA is a slightly toxic compound in ... , kidneys, spleen. and thymus. Farm worker exposure has resulted in reversible anemia, muscular weakness, digestive problems, and slight liver damage [1]. Fate in humans and animals: MCPA is rapidly ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - CARBOXIN
... toxicity: Rats fed doses up to 311 mg/kg/day for 28 days showed some fluid accumulation in the liver, even at low doses [18]. Another rat study showed kidney changes ... ]. In chronic, low exposure experiments over 5 1/2 months, changes were noted in the digestive tract, cardiovascular system, and blood of chickens [20]. Effects on aquatic organisms: Carboxin is highly ...
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MY CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
... prey is stuck, another type of gland comes into play, the digestive gland. Eventually the prey is digested allowing the plant to reabsorb ... and removing it there is little noticeable pull, and the fluid only forms a very short thread before breaking. Its technique of ... which appear to be purely protective, since there are no digestive glands on these parts. A few weeks after fertilisation the seed ...
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Plant Fibers
... paper." The sulfate process is an alkaline rather than an acid process and uses as digestive agents sodium sulfate, sodium sulfide, and caustic soda (sodium hydroxide). This process is now the ... a TV nature program. Studies are now being conducted to have genetically engineered plants produce fluid polymers that can be processed into silk. Spiders are not used commercially to produce silk ...
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