Central Nervous System, comprising the brain and spinal cord.
A plant that lives on dead organic matter and decomposing.
Predisposition to inflammation of lymph nodes, which facilitates the emergence of infectious diseases, especially tuberculosis.
Disease caused by deficiency of ascorbic acid (vitamin C), characterized by anemia, weakness, poor condition of the gums and severe bleeding.
Result of fertilization by the pollen of an ovule located on the ovary of the flower. After seed maturation is formed, that finding optimal conditions of light, temperature and humidity will germinate giving rise to a new plant like the first.
Each of the segments of the series outside of the cup. Usually they are green like a leaf.
In general, this term refers to the fruiting body of fungi. It consists of an apex shaped hat or cap and a cylindrical body more or less long. Some are edible, while the other intake can be fatal.
Woody plant that branches from the base and has a real trunk.
Contraction violent, sudden and involuntary muscle.
Group of individuals who cross each other but not with those of another group, and is a taxonomic unit that includes races and geographic varieties, whose nomenclature has two names (binomial nomenclature).
Type of inflorescence where the flowers have no stem and inserted along a stem, some over others.
Are the pollen-producing organs. They consist of a part called the filament elongated, dilated at its end to form the anther, which is the part that contains the pollen.
Substance they plants, and by which sugar gets stored in its structure.
Principal axis of a plant that has leaves in a characteristic arrangement, is one of three main parts of the plant and it can be air, water or underground.
Viscous part located at the apex of the carpels, which allows the fixation of pollen for fertilization of the egg later.
More or less long party that supports the stigma.
Substance capable of sweetening. The most used is sucrose, best known for sugar, but there are many others such as saccharin, cyclamate, aspartame ...
Close association of two different organisms that are called symbionts. This association may be beneficial to both (mutualism), beneficial to one and neutral to the other (commensalism), beneficial to one and bad for the other (parasitism), harmful to one and neutral to the other (amensalism), or harmful to both ( sinecrosis).
Pharmaceutical form to administer oral medications. It consists of an aqueous liquid, where the drug is dissolved, with a saturation concentration of sugar.
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