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Calangos
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Calangos

Tropidurus itambere: example of a species of calango What they are - biological definition Calangos (popular and generic name given in Brazil) are small lizards, which are part of the family Lacertidae (family of scaly reptiles). Main features - They are small lizards. Most species measure between 20cm and 30cm.

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Bird flu

Chickens: One of the Birds That Can Transmit the Disease What it is - Definition The disease Avian Influenza, also known as Chicken Flu, Bird Flu, or Asian Flu is a typical bird disease. Due to its characteristics, this disease can be transmitted from birds to certain mammalian species such as the domestic cat and even the human being.
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Migraine

Migraine: A Strong, Persistent Headache What It Is Migraine is a different headache than common headaches. Your pain is resistant to common painkillers and is usually strong and persistent and may last for more than a day. Knowing Migraine Treatment Your treatment will depend on the intensity of its manifestation, and may vary from patient to patient.
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Filariasis

Affiliates: Filariasis-causing worms Cause of the disease Filariasis, also known as elephantiasis, is a disease caused by parasites known as nematode worms (the phyllarias). The causative parasite of this disease is Wuchereria bancrofti. Vector This type of microorganism has as its vector the Culex quiquefasciatus mosquito, popularly known as the mosquito or muriçoca.
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Urinary infection

Escherichia Coli: Bacteria is the main cause of urinary tract infections What is Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection that affects any part of the urinary tract. It mainly affects women, as women, unlike men, have a shorter urethra, allowing bacteria to have easier access to the bladder.
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Arthrosis

Hand of a person with arthrosis What is osteoarthritis, also known as arthrosis, is a degenerative disease that affects the epiphysial cartilage causing it to deteriorate. Knowing Arthrosis This degenerative joint disease, commonly known as degenerative arthritis or “wear and tear”, is a rheumatic disease that affects a large number of people after age fifty.
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Food chain

Leo: At the Top of the Animal Food Chain Introduction - What is Within The food chain occurs the transfer of energy and nutrients in the following order: producers (plants), consumers (herbivorous and carnivorous animals) and decomposers (fungi and bacteria) . Understanding the functioning and main characteristics of the food chain With regard to nutrients, this transport is terminated when they return to producers (process facilitated by decomposers) and can be reused as simpler compounds.
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Global Warming Summary

Defrosting the poles: one of the consequences of global warming What it is - Definition Main causes and consequences of global warming The causes pointed out by scientists to justify this phenomenon may be natural or man-made. However, research in this area increasingly points to man as the main responsible.
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Caatinga Biome

Caatinga biome: found in the northeastern backcountry Introduction Caatinga is a Brazilian biome, known as a dry and difficult to live backcountry, with irregular and poorly distributed rain, the caatinga is the only type of biome that only exists here in Brazil. Despite the difficult climate the caatinga is a dry forest with an immense biological diversity of flora and fauna.
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Ecological Niche

Ecological niche: tolerances and requirements of an organism What it is (concept) The ecological niche is an idea, a conception: it summarizes the tolerances and requirements of an organism. The concept of ecological niche is associated with that of habitat. However, it cannot and should not be confused with this. For example, the intestinal tube is the habitat of a parasite.
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Measles

Child's skin with measles patches What is Measles is an infectious disease caused by an RNA virus that, before manifesting the first symptoms of the disease, remains incubated for an average of 10 days, however, it may vary from 7 to 18 days. Periods and Symptoms It is a highly contagious disease that presents different symptoms and three well-defined periods: Catarrhal period, rash and convalescence or furfuraceous desquamation.
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Questions about the Classification of Living Beings - Kingdoms

Questions about living things (classification) Questions about the classification of living beings (answers at the bottom of the page) 1. Which of the following presents only organisms that are part of the Protist Kingdom? A - Green algae, red algae, euglena and paramecium. B - Bacteria, viruses, fungi, blue algae and plants.
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Water pollution

Chemical-Polluted River Introduction Fundamental to life on our planet, water has become a concern in all parts of the world. Irrational use and pollution of rivers, oceans, seas and lakes may soon lead to a lack of fresh water if there is no drastic change in the way humans use and treat this natural good.
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Ecology Books

Bibliographic indication for the study of Ecology Bibliography - Indication of Ecology books: Fundamentals of Ecology Author: Odum, Eugene P .; Barrett, Gary W. Publisher: Thomson Pioneer The Three Ecologies Author: Guattari, Felix Publisher: Papirus City Ecology - Challenges Collection Author: Branco, Samuel Murgel Publisher: Moderna Ecologia, Globalization, Spirituality Author: Boff, Leonardo Publisher: Record Ecologia Author : Odum, Eugene P Publisher: Guanabara Koogan The Earth in Balance - Ecology and the Human Spirit Author: Gore, Al Publisher: Global Ecology - From Individuals to Ecosystems Author: Harper, John L.
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Bacteria images

Botulism Bacteria: Microscope Image Introduction Bacteria are unicellular microorganisms (made up of only one cell). Many of them cause disease in humans and animals. They are microscopic beings and therefore need powerful microscopes to be visualized. They are usually transmitted through secretions from the human body, contaminated water, contaminated food, condomless sexual contact, air, etc.
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Synecology - Community Ecology

Predator and prey: relationship is studied by Synecology Definition - What it is Synecology, also known as Community Ecology, is a sub-discipline (branch) of Ecology focused on the study of communities of living beings. This science studies the relationships between biological communities and between Earth's ecosystems.
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Eubacteria

Eubacteria: Many Cause Diseases What They Are - Biological Definition Eubacteria are part of one of the Monera Kingdom groups (the other group is Archaea). These bacteria are prokaryote organisms and represent the largest number of species within the Monera Kingdom. The Eubacteria Group includes all bacteria (excluding archaebacteria) and cyanobacteria.
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Cyanobacteria

Cyanobacteria (enlarged image under a microscope) What they are - biological definition Formerly known as blue algae, cyanobacteria are a subclass of bacteria and are part of the Monera Kingdom. About 150 genera of cyanobacteria and approximately 1500 species have been cataloged. Most species live in marine waters, lakes, rivers and wet soils.
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Environmental Protection area

Environmental Protection Area: Chapada dos Veadeiros What it is According to Brazilian environmental legislation, the Environmental Protection Area (APA) is the one intended for the preservation of environmental resources (fauna, flora, soil and water resources). An area of ​​environmental protection can only have sustainable use, ie its access, occupation and exploitation must be controlled in order not to damage the ecosystem of the area.
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Oxyurus

Enterobius vermicularis: also known as oxyurus What it is - biological definition and main characteristics Oxyurus (Enterobius vermicularis), or whiteworm, is a human gut parasite found in almost all people. Oxyurus are the most common cylindrical worms, which usually infect children far more often than adults.
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Types of Fungi

Mold on bread: One of the most common types of fungus Main types of fungus: Mold Very common in foods and plants. Usually weakens the host. It is microscopic in size and usually generates white spots on fruits and leaves. Champignon Very common in cooking as it is edible. Yeast They are microscopic and unicellular.
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