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Arthropods (continued)

Kylopods Kylopod is a word of Greek origin meaning "one who has a thousand paws" (kilo means "a thousand", and podos "paws"). This group is represented by the centipede and the centipede. The body of the kilopods is formed by a head and many segments. In each of these segments there is a pair of legs.
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Flower Reproductive Organs

Androceu - Stamens and pollen Stamens are elongated leaves that during evolution have bent over themselves, differing in two regions: the thin, elongated portion that supports the anther, which in turn protects pollen-producing pockets , known as pollen bags. Pollen Grain Formation Pollen grains form in the anther pollen sacs.
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Washing your hands with dishwashing detergent is it bad?

The answer to this question seems to be quite logical. After all, if dishwashing detergent could normally be used to sanitize the human body, we wouldn't even need soap, because we would use detergent even for bathing every day. However, the fact is that the dishwashing detergent ends up cleaning the hands.
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Trace organs

Trace organs are those in some organisms that are small in size and usually without function, but in other organisms they are larger and have definitive function. The evolutionary importance of these vestigial organs is an indication of a common ancestry. A well-known example of a vestigial organ in man is the vermiform appendix, a small, functionless structure that starts from the caecum (structure located at the point where the small intestine attaches to the large).
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How the heart works

Working like a bomb, the heart contracts and expands. Putting your ear to a colleague's chest, for example, you should easily hear the heartbeat. The contraction of the heart musculature is called systole, relaxation is called diastole. First, atrial systole occurs: blood passes to the ventricles.
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Diaphragm

It is a flexible ring, covered by a thin rubber membrane, that the woman should place in the vagina to cover the cervix. As a barrier, it prevents sperm from entering and should be used together with a spermicide no later than 6 hours prior to sexual intercourse. Patient compliance depends on the correct use of the device.
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