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  1. Reproduction (2286 bytes)
    6: ...are capable of [[vegetative reproduction]]. Other ways of asexual reproduction are [[binary fission]],...
  2. Biological life cycle (3738 bytes)
  3. Bee (11175 bytes)
    27: ...ily) are flying [[insect]]s, closely related to [[wasp]]s and [[ant]]s. They are adapted for feeding ...
    51: ...ward position, from which she will later chew her way out of the cell. At pupation the workers cap or ...
    53: ...ertile females. Worker bees secrete the [[Beeswax|wax]] used to build the hive, clean and maintain the...
    65: ...e cells of the honeycomb are sealed (capped) with wax to preserve the honey.
    75: ...ry bees typically produce neither honey nor [[beeswax]]. They are immune from acarine and varroa mites...
  4. Flowering plant (29088 bytes)
    16: ...otyledonous flowering plants, the term Angiosperm was used antithetically by botanical writers, but wi...
    18: ...yledons. This is the sense in which the term is nowadays received and in which it is used here.
    22: ...simple root growing vertically downwards into the water. The great forest-tree has a shoot, which in t...
    27: ...998. An update incorporating more recent research was published as APG (2003) and is available here [[...
    52: ... more than one bud arises, as for instance in the walnut, where two or three stand in vertical series ...
  5. Honey (11666 bytes)
    4: ... substance. This includes, but is not limited to, water or other sweeteners.
    14: ...m|kg]]/[[metre|m<sup>3</sup>]] (50% denser than [[water]]).
    20: *[[Water]]: 17%
    35: ...eydew|Honeydew]] Honey, [[Tawari]] Honey, [[Rewarewa]] Honey or [[Thyme]] Honey. Another is [[Rata]] H...
    64: Honey is not always healthful. Because it is gathered from flowers ...
  6. Plant (13010 bytes)
    38: ...s have [[eukaryote|eukaryotic]] cells with [[cell wall]]s composed of [[cellulose]], and most obtain t...
    42: ... desiccation, and vascular tissues that transport water throughout the organism. In many, the sporophy...
    52: ...s among the green algae, all such forms have cell walls containing [[cellulose]] and [[chloroplast]]s ...
  7. Vascular plant (3349 bytes)
    19: ...ar plant]]s). They are set apart in two important ways:
    21: # Vascular plants have water-carrying tissues, termed [[tracheid]]s, in the...
    26: ...k to allow [[xylem]] carry water and sap upward toward the leaves from the roots, while the [[phloem]]...
  8. Seaweed (2271 bytes)
    19: ...places. For example, laver is a red alga used in Wales to make [[laverbread]], and in Japan dried, fo...
  9. Allergy (18658 bytes)
    4: ...A new four-class (now five) classification scheme was designed by P. G. H. Gell and R. R. A. Coombs. A...
    9: ...ute'', is the habit of wiping of the nose in an upward direction due to itching.
    11: * Airways: [[bronchoconstriction]], wheezing and dyspnoea...
    32: Skins tests also are not always able to pinpoint a patient's specific allergies...
    44: ...ailable in the United Kingdom and [[Canada]], and was available in the [[United States]] until [[2001]...
  10. Protist (3773 bytes)
    43: ...]]s, which are spore-forming amoeboids, and the [[water mould]]s and [[labyrinthulid]]s. The latter t...
    45: ...onsiderable changes. Except for the ciliates and water moulds, the traditional groups are [[polyphyle...
  11. Fern (7930 bytes)
    73: ...dales) (the [[water-clover]]s, [[mosquito fern]], water-spangle)
  12. Mushroom (6650 bytes)
    13: ... a variety of shapes and be ornamented in various ways. The underside of the cap (in [[Agaricales|agar...
    23: ...rposes by tribes in the northeast [[Siberia]]. It was reportedly used by the [[Vikings]] to induce a [...
    29: ...nder fungus|tinder fungi]]). [[ִzi the Iceman]] was found carrying such mushrooms.
  13. Fungus (12992 bytes)
    18: ...ir [[root]]s in absorption of [[nutrients]] and [[water]].
    28: ...d ''[[coenocytic]]''. Fungi generally have [[cell wall]]s made from [[chitin]], hemicellulose, lipids,...
    41: ...erfecti'', since the means of sexual reproduction was the primary means of classifying fungi, but are ...
    50: ...]] or [[green alga]]. A lichen behaves in so many ways like a single organism that lichens are actuall...
    85: The [[water mould]]s, of which [[potato blight]] is the be...
  14. Ecology (24417 bytes)
    1: ...itat (ecology)|habitat]]. The term ''oekologie'' was coined in [[1866]] by the German biologist, [[Er...
    8: Consider the ways a biologist might approach studying the life of...
    45: ...l compartments: the [[hydrosphere]] (or sphere of water), the [[lithosphere]] (or sphere of soils and ...
    53: ...ak the glucose back down into its constituents, [[water]] and [[carbon dioxide]], thus regaining the s...
    55: ...cycles]]. The oceans are large tanks, which store water, ensure thermal and climatic stability, as wel...
  15. Spermatophyte (2424 bytes)
    13: ... the ancient southern [[supercontinent]] of [[Gondwana]] during the [[Permian]] period. By the [[Trias...
  16. Moss (8361 bytes)
    27: ...fertilization, the immature sporophyte pushes its way out of the archegonial venter. It takes about a ...
    40: ...hotosynthetic cells. The dead cells help to store water. Aside from this character, the unique branchi...
    50: ...inguished by their extremely large spores and the way the sporangium develops.
    54: ...g to prevent water loss), and the need for liquid water to complete fertilisation. Some mosses can sur...
    62: ...s of moss can be extremely difficult to maintain away from their natural site (with its unique combina...
  17. Lichen (7988 bytes)
    3: ...mb|230 px|right|Crustose and foliose lichens on a wall]]
    8: ...filamentous and gelatinous lichens this may not always be the case. The lichen fungus is typically a m...
    14: ...live on various surfaces: soil, trees, rocks, and walls. They are often the first to settle in places ...
    29: ...Lichens are relatively slow-growing, and do not always compete well against even similarly low-growing...
    43: ...uce a [[polysaccharide]] that absorbs and retains water.

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