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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

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

living within Britain were subjected in order to raise the revenue to protect the British colonies in the Americas. 115 He qualified the tax on tea as merely ‘a commercial regulation’ and prevailed upon the patriotism of the British colonists. 116 The following year, the Englishman Thomas Paine

In: The Tale of Tea
Author: Kay Etheridge

just the pupal stage in the life cycle, while Verwand(e)lung referred to the complete process, as in her title, Der Raupen wunderbare Verwandelung. But that distinction did not hold in every case, and it became a matter of context-based choices for the translation. The verbs zeichnen, malen

In: The Flowering of Ecology

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

In: Flowers and Honeybees

province. After a life of learning and seeking, he moved into the Línjì temple in the year 851 and preached there until his death in 866. Figure 3.4 Kennin temple 建仁寺 was founded in 1202 as the first Zen temple in Japan by the tea preceptor Myōan Eisai 明菴栄西 (1141

In: The Tale of Tea

Taipei Knowledge about the life cycle and feeding strategies of pests is also a helpful weapon in the arsenal of knowledge that can be used in environmentally friendly and ingenious ways. The pests which mainly attack new flushes include the tea green leafhopper Empoasca

In: The Tale of Tea

unidentified species in early accounts highlight the fragility of life on earth, a tragic vulnerability which is only exacerbated in insular habitats. Habitat destruction under burgeoning human population growth continues to drive countless species of life into extinction today. Human migrations have

In: The Tale of Tea