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Rosemary

Characteristics Name: Rosemary Latin name: Rosmarinus officinalis Other names: bridal herb, Rosemary Plant family: Labiatae Number of species: 2 Distribution: originally Mediterranean Location of the plant: calcareous soil, rich in light Leaves: about 2-4cm long, needle-like, narrow fruits:?
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Subpolar zone

Definition: The subpolar zone (lat. Sub = pre) is the climate zone that forms the transition between the cold tempered zone and the polar region. At temperatures between -20 and + 5 * C, cold steppes (tundra) are the dominant vegetation zones or ecosystems. With the exception of Cape Horn, subpolar areas can only be found in the northern hemisphere.
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Living fossils

Coelacanth, Echidna, Gingko ... A living fossil is understood to mean recent species that have already lived in similar form in another period of Earth history. The term "living fossil" in itself is misleading because the term assumes that living fossils have not undergone evolutionary development since their emergence.
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The heart

Definition: The heart (lat. Cardia) pumps blood through our body and thus keeps the blood circulation upright for life. The heart pumps around 5 liters of blood per minute through the body, which corresponds approximately to the total blood volume. It is quite likely that the heart or the heartbeat has been a symbol of life since the earliest beginnings of humanity.
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Limestone

Profile: Name: Limestone Other Names: Calcium Carbonate Mineral Class: Carbonates and Nitrates Chemical Formula: Ca [CO 3] Chemicals: Calcium, Carbon, Oxygen Related Minerals: Calcite, Aragonite Color: Pure Limestone with White Coloration Gloss: Matt Crystal Structure: / Bulk Density : approx.
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The taste buds

Structure and function of the taste bud The taste buds in the oral mucosa are an essential part of the gustatory perception. At the receptors, the food molecules come into contact with the taste spores embedded in the oral mucosa. The name taste bud comes from its bud-like form, which resembles an onion.
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