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Parental Match-making Blossoms in a Beijing Park

The resume of the Chinese soldier is immaculate -- backed by sturdy cardboard it shows in neat, printed script his age , qualifications and even his height. Next to it, propped up against one of the ancient trees in Beijing's Zhongshan Park, are two photographs, one showing the 28-year-old ...

Working Out in the Garden

... Take steps to get healthful benefits from your yardwork SUNDAY, July 5 (HealthDay News) -- Beautiful blossoms aren't the only reward you get from gardening. It's also a good workout. "Working in your garden is a great way to exercise. Whether pulling weeds ...

Photo: Wisconsin Artist Wins Purex Saves Green Tote Bag Design Contest

...d cleaning ingredients, available in four unique, fresh scents made with natural fragrance extracts: Linen & Lilies(TM), Apple & Melon, Cherry blossoms & Vanilla and Lilac & Lavender HE. It is tough on dirt and stains, hypoallergenic, free of phosphates and dyes, and comes in a recyclable bott...

WATCH's 2006 List Of Ten Potentially - Dangerous Toys

...uncher, capable of launching balloons up to 100 feet with 'direct hit accuracy' - could provoke facial and choking injuries. 3. Pram Decoration : blossoms that is sold to be placed on a stroller or on a crib - possibilities of children becoming entangled in the string - potential choking hazard for babi...
blossoms in Biological News

When the butterfly bush blossoms

This release is available in German . Halle/Saale. Invasive plant species can flourish better in their new homes than in their place of origin. The reasons for this can be genetic changes or the lack of herbivores such as insects that first have to adapt to the newcomers. These are the ...

Warmer springs mean less snow, fewer flowers in the Rockies

...es that three flowers found in the Rockies are far more susceptible to late frost damage when the snow melts more quickly. Inouye looked at three blossoms that are common to the famous mountain range. Larkspur (Delphinium barbeyi), holds its intense blue star-shaped, hooded blooms on thin-stemmed plants...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Nov. 14, 2007

...e bark extract fights bad breath and tooth decay Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry Sweet magnolia does more than describe the fragrant blossoms of a popular evergreen tree. It also applies to magnolia barks effects on human breath. Scientists in Illinois are reporting that breath mints made ...

MU researchers go nano, natural and green

...early November. Dr. Kattis novel methodology to develop gold nanoparticles with soy will have important implications as the field of nanotechnology blossoms and has greater needs for green synthesis of gold based nanoparticles. It is a very important first step, said Sam Gambhir, director of the Center for...

World's largest flower evolved from family of much tinier blooms

...ith a bud the size of a basketball -- evolved from a family of plants whose blossoms are nearly all tiny, botanists write this week in the journal Science. Thei...wer's closest relatives are in the Euphorbiaceae family, many of which have blossoms just a few millimeters in diameter. "The power of nucleic acid comparis...

Beekeepers work hard for the honey, despite changing tupelo forest

...omplex floral flavor when compared to other tupelo honeys." It takes a colony of 60,000 bees about 2 million nectar-gathering visits to the tupelo blossoms each spring to make a pound of honey. That task is even tougher than it sounds because some beekeepers say it is increasingly difficult to find places...
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