Between living beings and the environment in which they live there is a fit, a fundamental harmony for survival. The pink flamingo, for example, lowers its head to the swampy ground where it lives to fetch its food there; hummingbirds with their long beaks are adapted to collect nectar from the tubular flowers they visit.
Surprising research indicates that the father's influence on the child can go far beyond genetics. According to research from the University of Copenhagen, the sperm of obese men are different from those of thin people. And the odd thing is, when an obese person goes through bariatric surgery, losing his belly and appetite, his sperm also changes.
Malleability Property that allows matter to be shaped. There are malleable and non-malleable materials. Property that allows you to turn materials into wires. An example is copper, which is used in the form of wires in electrical installations and iron in wire manufacturing. Some substances have the property of being attracted by magnets, they are magnetic substances.
Reproduction of coelenterates can be asexual or sexual. In many species there is alternation of sexual and asexual phases. Asexual reproduction usually occurs by budding. In this case, shoots are formed in certain regions of the animal's body; each bud develops and gives rise to a new individual.
Scientists actually do crazy studies from time to time and end up relating things to factors you would never have imagined, such as the link between having good oral hygiene and taking less risk of heart attack. The point is that weirdness and science seem to go hand in hand. Mental Floss has put together a series of completely unusual research.
They were able to recognize higher calorie foods. Knowledge can help to understand obesity tendency. Flies have the ability to remember the calorie content of food and develop their diet according to this parameter, according to a study published April 7, 2015 by the journal Nature Communications.