... own when he received a message that his intended companion
had died, dashing his plans to visit Madeira, but ... Darwin for the position of gentleman's companion
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... opposite directions.
Phloem tissue consists of sieve-tube members and companion
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While movement of water and minerals through the xylem is driven ...
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Origin of life
... complex organic molecules arising gradually on a pre-existing, non-organic replication platform - silicate crystals in solution. Complexity in companion
molecules developed as a function of selection pressures on types of clay crystal is then exapted to serve the replication of organic molecules ...
The study of parasites which cause economic losses in agriculture or aquaculture operations, or which infect companion
animals . Examples of species studied are Lucilia cericata , the blowfly , which lays eggs on the skins of farm animals, the maggots hatch and ...
... ( gymnosperm xylem consists only of tracheids). Vessel elements are similar in structure to the sieve-tube members of the phloem, but they lack companion
cells and do not have perforated sides as well as pores at the ends. Tracheids are much narrower cells, with tapered and perforated ends, ...