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“agarweed” and is specifically Gelidium cartilagincum . Both are natives of California, also living in South Africa and a few other places. Both belong to the same group of plants which we used contemptuously to call “seaweeds,” but from which we are now deriving millions of dollars worth of precious

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In: Being Algae

-making process to conceive what these new commons could be. 6.1 State-of-the-Art Projects: Art that Facilitates Interspecies Living by Superflex Envisioning a new form of urban commons as a space for humans and more-than-human requires a paradigm shift that can think from the perspective of marine life

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). Indeed, the greatest controversy surrounding assisted migration is motivated simply by our lack of understanding of how to implement such a program effectively and safely, as well as our perspectives on the movement of species across the continuum of geographic scale. The history of humans includes the

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences

, and could therefore be called co-dominant. Table 1. Circumferences in 1969 and 1987, growth rate over the 1970-1987 period, total height and height of the first living branch for the 40 Norway spruces sampled. The trees with a 3-figure number were harvested in 1987, the others in 1993. Slow

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allother Canadian conifers. A documented sampie from a 1600 year old tree established the species as the oldest living tree in Canada. Its commercial desirability is attributed to its natural decay resistance and its structural uni- formity, making it ideal for boats, patterns, millwork and carvings

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subjective. Although specialists are consulted about the practicality of listing a taxon, the final choice is politically motivated, and in many cases causes problems for the people charged with policing the legislation. The initial burden falls on Customs officers at a port of entry, and for timbers this

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1 The Question This Study Explores This study considers the question: “Is morality solely a human creation or can we discover evidence of or the antecedents of morality in nature?” I suggest that the antecedents of morality can be found in life’s existential propensity towards optimization

In: Flowers and Honeybees
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. He spent much of his life on Ambon. © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2018 | doi 10.1163/9789004323841_017 471More Than One Way to Skin a Wombat lected plants and fungi on the island of Ambon (now in Indonesia); his com- prehensive work Herbarium Ambonensis, published posthumously in 1741, was an

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who helped reveal to the world the ani- mal and plant life of the continent. Both of these volumes, however, have the same underlying theme, depicting Australia as being robbed of its specimens, with “grasping European museums cornering Australian material” (Macinnis 2012: 152). While this is a

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the first vascular plants species that emerged a billion years or so ago on the earth. What changed with the angiosperms? Likely the world came to a point where traditional methods of pollination had reached a plateau. Stasis is an anathema to life that continues not only to evolve when the world

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