Characteristics Name: Psilocybinhaltige mushrooms Further Names: Magic Mushrooms, Magic Mushrooms Latin name: Psilocybe mexicana / cubensis Mushroom family: common Trumpery related Number of Species: over 150 Species range: originally Africa; Now worldwide toxicity: toxic; leads to poisons containing psychotic symptoms: Psilocybin localities: unspecific Appearance: long stem with small mushroom hat size: approx.
Charles Lyell (born November 14, 1797, February 22, 1875) The geologist Charles Lyell is considered the most important co-founder and representative of the principle of actuality. Under the influence of his father, the eponymous botanist Charles Lyell, he initially took a law degree, but nevertheless dealt intensively with botany, geology and the general natural sciences.
Definition, characteristics and examples The term parasitism describes the exploitative relationship between two different species. A distinction is made between the host, that is, the organism that supplies the nutrients, and the parasite (also called the parasite), which extracts the nutrients from the host or
Structure and function of cell organelles in bacterial cells The bacterial cell belongs to the prokaryotes with the archaea. Structure of a bacterial cell Bacteria chromosome: The bacterial chromosome is a self-contained and up to 1.5mm long DNA molecule. Since bacteria have no nucleus, their DNA floats freely in the cytoplasm of the bacterial cell.
Characteristics Name: Gardencress Latin name: Lepidium sativum more names: Cress Plant family: Crustaceae Number of species: / Range: Originally Western Asia; now worldwide Plant location: unspecific Blades: mated; light to dark green fruits:?
Characteristics Name: Laurel Latin name: Laurus nobilis Number of Species: 3 Origin: originally West Asia Fruits: black berries Flowering Period: April - June Height: 1 - 15m Age:? Characteristics of the bark: gray Properties of the wood: light brown Locations of the tree: nutrient-rich soils Leaf: elliptic, tapering, up to 10cm long Interesting about the laurel tree The laurels describe its own, three-species genus of evergreen shrubs or small trees within the laurel family which can grow up to fifteen feet high.