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Este tardigrado parece estar coçando as costas, como os grandes ursos arranhando nas árvores. O que você acha que o pequeno tardigrade está realmente fazendo? ... Pode ser que ele esteja temporariamente preso à bolha por causa de tensão superficial. A física do mundo microbiano é muito diferente da que experimentamos na vida cotidiana. Via | @socialmicrobes 
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Este tardigrado parece estar coçando as costas, como os grandes ursos arranhando nas árvores. O que você acha que o pequeno tardigrade está realmente fazendo? ... Pode ser que ele esteja temporariamente preso à bolha por causa de tensão superficial. A física do mundo microbiano é muito diferente da que experimentamos na vida cotidiana. Via | @socialmicrobes #labdibiologia #biology #nature #biologia #natureza #bio #medicina #wildlife #enem #science #naturelover #biologo #fauna #brwildanimals #wild #animals #bird #animal #loucopelavidaselvagem #biomedicina #biologando #biodiversidade #instagood #zoo #biologicas #love #vocenolabdibiologia #vocenalabdibiologia ...

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Capture last month by the incredible 📷 work of @davey_rogers!
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Bioluminescence is one of the most beautiful displays light from the natural world that you can witness. The iridescent blue light emitted from the algae when it is disturbed is mesmerising and almost otherworldly.
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He Said- Sometimes nature just blows my mind 🤯 A mesmerising display of bioluminescence or ‘Sea Sparkle’ along @sapphirecoastnsw last night. Here we have a buildup of the algae in a back lagoon which was illuminating as raindrops hit it. I watched this for hours
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💙🌟💙 BIOLUMINESCENCE💙🌟💙 ⠀⠀⠀ Capture last month by the incredible 📷 work of @davey_rogers ! ⠀⠀ Bioluminescence is one of the most beautiful displays light from the natural world that you can witness. The iridescent blue light emitted from the algae when it is disturbed is mesmerising and almost otherworldly. ⠀⠀⠀⠀ He Said- Sometimes nature just blows my mind 🤯 A mesmerising display of bioluminescence or ‘Sea Sparkle’ along @sapphirecoastnsw last night. Here we have a buildup of the algae in a back lagoon which was illuminating as raindrops hit it. I watched this for hours ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ #amazonriver #microbiologist #biostudent #biologystudent #biologystudents #genetic #microscope #Lab #science #scientist #biotech #biotechnology #researchers #biology #biologist #biotechnologist #microbiology #labfun #labsofinstagram #biology #science #scienceiscool #animals #animal #ocean #sealife #monsterfishkeeper #southamerican #animalista ...

Curious fact: Newborn sea otter pups are so buoyant they can’t immediately dive for food. But they still love to have a nap on their mums belly. Sea otter moms typically only give birth to 1 pup. The gestation is taking about 6 months (2 months delayed implantation + 4 months pregnancy). The Pups begin to dive and forage at about 2 months. Sea otter moms typically nurse and care for their pups for about 6 months before weaning them.
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Congratulations to @apraugg for this beautiful shot of a seaotter pup and her mum. Please check their page and follow them for more awesome shots like this!
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Curious fact: Newborn sea otter pups are so buoyant they can’t immediately dive for food. But they still love to have a nap on their mums belly. Sea otter moms typically only give birth to 1 pup. The gestation is taking about 6 months (2 months delayed implantation + 4 months pregnancy). The Pups begin to dive and forage at about 2 months. Sea otter moms typically nurse and care for their pups for about 6 months before weaning them. . Congratulations to @apraugg for this beautiful shot of a seaotter pup and her mum. Please check their page and follow them for more awesome shots like this! . #otter #mammal #seaotter #scuba #pup #diving #nature #paradise #ilovediving #wanderlust #instagood #thailand #nature #fish #fishporn #instafish #water #coral #reef #tropical #tropicalfish #photooftheday #cutepuppy #beautiful #ocean #biology #marinebiology #adorable #underwaterphotography #scubadiving ...

Este grilo não teve chance....☠☠☠☠☠
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Ele foi invadido por um Cordyceps, uma espécie de fungo endoparasitóide que prospera às custas do hospedeiro.  Quando um cordyceps ataca, o micélio invade e eventualmente substitui o tecido hospedeiro.  O que aconteceu aqui, é que os fungos começaram a viver dentro do grilo, permitindo que crescesse até que o parasitóide emergisse como um adulto.  Começou a controlar o comportamento dos grilos - fazendo com que ele escalasse uma planta e se fixasse ali.  Isso garantiu que o ambiente do parasitóide estaria na temperatura e umidade ótimas para a distribuição máxima dos esporos.  Finalmente, os cordyceps paralisaram o grilo e começaram a viver fora dele.  RIP 🦗

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This cricket didn't stand a chance.💀 It has been overrun by a Cordyceps #fungus, a species of endoparasitoid ⁠that thrives at the expense of the host. When a cordyceps attacks, the mycelium invades and eventually replaces the host tissue. What happened here, is the fungi began living inside the cricket, allowing it to grow until the parasitoid emerged as an adult. It began to control the crickets behavior — causing it to climb a plant and attach there. This ensured the parasitoid's environment would be at the optimal temperature and humidity for maximal distribution of the spores. Finally, the cordyceps paralyzed the cricket and began living outside of it. .
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Este grilo não teve chance....☠☠☠☠☠ . Ele foi invadido por um Cordyceps, uma espécie de fungo endoparasitóide que prospera às custas do hospedeiro. Quando um cordyceps ataca, o micélio invade e eventualmente substitui o tecido hospedeiro. O que aconteceu aqui, é que os fungos começaram a viver dentro do grilo, permitindo que crescesse até que o parasitóide emergisse como um adulto. Começou a controlar o comportamento dos grilos - fazendo com que ele escalasse uma planta e se fixasse ali. Isso garantiu que o ambiente do parasitóide estaria na temperatura e umidade ótimas para a distribuição máxima dos esporos. Finalmente, os cordyceps paralisaram o grilo e começaram a viver fora dele. RIP 🦗 #Repost @sciencechannel • • • • • • This cricket didn't stand a chance.💀 It has been overrun by a Cordyceps #fungus , a species of endoparasitoid ⁠that thrives at the expense of the host. When a cordyceps attacks, the mycelium invades and eventually replaces the host tissue. What happened here, is the fungi began living inside the cricket, allowing it to grow until the parasitoid emerged as an adult. It began to control the crickets behavior — causing it to climb a plant and attach there. This ensured the parasitoid's environment would be at the optimal temperature and humidity for maximal distribution of the spores. Finally, the cordyceps paralyzed the cricket and began living outside of it. . #biologosnarede #bio #biology #biologo #biologia ...

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¿Por qué estudiar plantas? Producen el 98% del oxígeno atmosférico vía fotosíntesis. Todo lo que comemos proviene directa o indirectamente de ella. 1/4 de los medicamentos provienen directamente de plantas o son derivados de. Las plantas fosilizadas proporcionan energía en forma de combustibles fósiles. Los bosques son fábricas de agua pura. Son protagónicas en la regulación térmica. Soportan el 99% de las redes tróficas. Todos buscamos estar en zonas verdes. No andamos desnudos gracias a sus fibras. ADEMÁS, SON UNA CHIMBA PARCE. Dada la importancia de las plantas en todos los aspectos de nuestras vidas, los humanos las estudiamos para comprender los procesos que son críticos para nuestra supervivencia y salud planetaria. Este grupo de estudiantes de Química Farmacéutica de la Universidad CES dedicó su tiempo libre del sábado para aprender de plantas. ¡Necesitamos mas apasionados de las plantas!
🇬🇧Why study plants? They produce 98% of atmospheric oxygen through photosynthesis. Everything we eat comes directly or indirectly from plants. 1/4 of prescription drugs come directly from plants or are plant derivatives. Fossilized plants provide energy in the form of fossil fuels. Forests are pure water factories. They play key roles in thermic regulation. They support 99% of all food webs. Every human constantly seeks green areas. We dress thanks to its fibers. BESIDES, THWY ARE FUCKING AWESOME. Given the importance of plants in every aspect of our lives, humans study plants to understand processes that are critical to our own survival and to planetary health. This group of students from Pharmaceutical Chemistry at CES University devoted a Saturday's free time tolearn about plants; we need more botanically passionate people!
#botany #plants #plant #garden #botanical #horticulture #biology #science #biodiversity #green.

¿Por qué estudiar plantas? Producen el 98% del oxígeno atmosférico vía fotosíntesis. Todo lo que comemos proviene directa o indirectamente de ella. 1/4 de los medicamentos provienen directamente de plantas o son derivados de. Las plantas fosilizadas proporcionan energía en forma de combustibles fósiles. Los bosques son fábricas de agua pura. Son protagónicas en la regulación térmica. Soportan el 99% de las redes tróficas. Todos buscamos estar en zonas verdes. No andamos desnudos gracias a sus fibras. ADEMÁS, SON UNA CHIMBA PARCE. Dada la importancia de las plantas en todos los aspectos de nuestras vidas, los humanos las estudiamos para comprender los procesos que son críticos para nuestra supervivencia y salud planetaria. Este grupo de estudiantes de Química Farmacéutica de la Universidad CES dedicó su tiempo libre del sábado para aprender de plantas. ¡Necesitamos mas apasionados de las plantas! 🇬🇧Why study plants? They produce 98% of atmospheric oxygen through photosynthesis. Everything we eat comes directly or indirectly from plants. 1/4 of prescription drugs come directly from plants or are plant derivatives. Fossilized plants provide energy in the form of fossil fuels. Forests are pure water factories. They play key roles in thermic regulation. They support 99% of all food webs. Every human constantly seeks green areas. We dress thanks to its fibers. BESIDES, THWY ARE FUCKING AWESOME. Given the importance of plants in every aspect of our lives, humans study plants to understand processes that are critical to our own survival and to planetary health. This group of students from Pharmaceutical Chemistry at CES University devoted a Saturday's free time tolearn about plants; we need more botanically passionate people! #botany #plants #plant #garden #botanical #horticulture #biology #science #biodiversity #green ...

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there is always beauty in nature ...

Triticum monococcum (Siyez Buğdayı) 
Triticum monococcum ya da Einkorn olarak da bilinen Siyez buğdayı ilk olarak 10.000 yıl önce Yakın Doğu’da tespit edilmiş olup, kültüre alınmış günümüz buğdayının da atasıdır. Hititler ve Frigler tarafından da tarımı yapılmış olan Siyez buğdayına verilen ilk isim Hititçe bir kelime olan

Triticum monococcum (Siyez Buğdayı) Triticum monococcum ya da Einkorn olarak da bilinen Siyez buğdayı ilk olarak 10.000 yıl önce Yakın Doğu’da tespit edilmiş olup, kültüre alınmış günümüz buğdayının da atasıdır. Hititler ve Frigler tarafından da tarımı yapılmış olan Siyez buğdayına verilen ilk isim Hititçe bir kelime olan "Zız" iken, daha sonraları "Siyez" ve bazen de "Kaplıca" olarak adlandırılmıştır. Günümüzde ülke sınırları içerisinde Kastamonu, Erzincan, Tekirdağ, İstanbul, Edirne ve  Kocaeli’nde ekiliyor. Dünyada ise Balkan ülkelerinde, Almanya, İsviçre, İspanya ve İtalya’da ekimi yapılmaktadır. Siyez buğdayın en büyük özelliği; 14 kromozomla genetik olarak dünyanın ilk buğdayı olmasıdır. Bunun dışında bir araziye baktığınız zaman, siyez başı hemen kendisini belli ediyor. Çok rahat ayırt edilebiliyor. Tek başakçıklı ve sık bir kavuz yapısı var. Bu sık kavuz yapısı hastalıklara ve zararlılara karşı bir dayanıklılık geliştirmiş. Evet gıdayı işleme noktasında bizim için zorlukları var. Ama bu buğday tanesinin dışını saran kavuzun bu kadar sert olması hem onu genetik açılım göstermemesi noktasında desteklemiş, hem zararlılar çok rahat zarar verememiş, hem soğuğa karşı dayanıklı olmuş. Bu hafta misafir olduğumuz  @malvapermakultur 'de organik olarak yetiştirilen siyez buğdayının toprakla buluşma zamanı, özellikleri, önemi ve hasat süreci hakkında keyifli bir söyleşi gerçekleştirip, gelişmeleri yakından izledik. (2. 3. ve 4. Fotoğraflar @malvapermakultur ' den. ) www.sciencedirect.com www.wikipedia.com www.bugday.org Malva Permakültür Çiftliği #malvasiyezunu #organiksiyez #siyezunu #siyezekme ği #biodiversity #environment #wild #wheat #agriculture #permacultura #permaculture #plant #biology #geography #agriculture ...