Characteristics Name: Robinia Latin name: Robinia Number of species: approx. 20 species of robin Distribution: Northern hemisphere Fruits: pods contain the seeds Flowering period: May-June Height: 15-20 meters Age: up to 200 years Properties of the bark: toxic Characteristics of the wood : contain antibodies against pests Locations of the tree: everywhere, no particular demands Leaf: three to ten -pair, elliptical leaves, lush green color Interesting about the Robinia The Robinia (Robinia) genus includes about 20 different species.
Characteristics Name: Speckkäfer Other names: / Latin name: Dermestes lardarius Class: Insects Size: 0,7 - 1 cm Weight:? Age:? Appearance: oval body in different color variations Sex dimorphism: No Nutrition type: scavenger (necrophagous) Food: carrion, organic matter Distribution: worldwide, human cultural origin Original source: unknown Sleep-wake cycle: nocturnal and nocturnal Habitat: non-specific Natural enemies: parasitic wasp Sexual maturity:?
Charles Lyell (born November 14, 1797, February 22, 1875) The geologist Charles Lyell is considered the most important co-founder and representative of the principle of actuality. Under the influence of his father, the eponymous botanist Charles Lyell, he initially took a law degree, but nevertheless dealt intensively with botany, geology and the general natural sciences.
The example of lactose (Lac-operon) The substrate induction is based on the operon model of Jacob and Monod. If lactose is present in the cell in the prokaryote E. coli, it binds to the repressor, which is thereby inactivated. This allows the RNA polymerase to run off and synthesizes the three enzymes lacZ, lacY, lacA to break down the lactose.
Characteristics Name: Common Swift Latin name: Apus apus Class: birds Size: approx. 15cm Weight: 35 - 45g Age: 10 - 20 years Appearance: brown to black plumage Sex Dimorphism: Yes Nutrition Type: Insectivore (insectivorous) Food: Beetles, spiders, flies Distribution: Europe, Asia, Africa (wintering) Primary origin: Central Europe Sleep-wake cycle: active in the daytime Habitat: originally rock flocks, meanwhile in human-inhabited areas natural enemies: hawk, sparrowhawk, eagle owl, tawny owl Sexual maturity: approx.
Definition and Illustration: Hypertension (Greek hyper = about, tonos = tension) describes the tonic relationship between two fluids, where the osmotic pressure in the external medium is lower than in the internal medium. The number of dissolved particles in both liquids are therefore different.