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Great! Thank You for info about this bacteria :)
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Very good article.
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As I prepare for an upcoming presentation on biomimicry for Montessori teachers, I find myself indulging in curious explorations of thistle seeds and others. The elaborate protective nature of the thistle beckons me to inquire about the value located at the center of all of those menacing thorns…the seeds of course! I have began to look into the amazing therapeutic value of Milk thistle seed and am inspired to try some in my supplementation! I welcome any feedback on the amazing, although be it, aggressive thistle!
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fascinated by what i have read so far.
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What is the status of application of this strategy?? Any research work going on???
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In this TEDxBigApple talk by Joanna Aizenberg, she talks about the multiple functions (mechanical, optics, fluidics) and potential applications of emulating the Venus flower basket. She also mentions the function of the "fiber optics" of the sponge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVOzkO-ccuc&feature=youtu.be#!
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In this TEDxBigApple talk by Joanna Aizenberg, she talks about the multiple functions (strength, optics, fluidics) and potential applications of emulating the brittlestar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVOzkO-ccuc&feature=youtu.be#!
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This TEDxBigApple talk by Joanna Aizenberg talks about SLIPS and it's many potential uses in the second half: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVOzkO-ccuc&feature=youtu.be#!
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View the text from the New Scientist article here: http://spectregroup.wordpress.com/2010/01/08/acacia-self-defense/. This article mentions how giraffes browse only on one acacia tree in ten, avoiding those trees which are downwind.
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This video on YouTube, Mind of Plants, talks about research that revealed this strategy. It resulted from deaths of kudus during a drought when they fed on the acacia and died. The information is seen in minutes 1-7 and 22:20-26: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeX6ST7rexs&feature=youtu.be&
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View the text from the New Scientist article here: http://spectregroup.wordpress.com/2010/01/08/acacia-self-defense/
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This video on YouTube, Mind of Plants, talks about research that revealed this strategy. It resulted from deaths of kudos during a drought when they fed on the acacia and died. The information is seen in minutes 1-7 and 22:20-26: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeX6ST7rexs&feature=youtu.be&goback=.gde_6562494_member_5816572370252500992#%21
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7 months ago
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