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Trunks

trunks of brachial plexus

The superior, middle, and inferior trunks; they divide distally to form the cords (fasciculi) of the plexus.

Synonym: trunci plexus brachialis.


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What is responsible for plants' branches having bends?

I would say yes, auxin is responsible for that. Furthermore, I would think that most tree trunks are straight because the sun is always moving, and therefore it isn't advantageous for what will later be the trunk to grow in any direction since the sun's location isn't ...

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by plasmodesmata11
Wed May 09, 2012 9:40 pm
 
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: What is responsible for plants' branches having bends?
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Green mammals

... grass do not have a green pigment- they are not often associated with leaves, as they gather food from the support of brown branches and tree trunks- often not substantially smaller then themselves-, from the forest floor which is brown, or from areas that are generally not grassy -the area ...

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by cyanodave
Fri Mar 30, 2012 12:33 am
 
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Topic: Green mammals
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THE DARWINIST "ATHEISTS" TECHNIQUES OF CLAMOR AND DEMAGOGUER

... But in order to show this as a so-called evidence of evolution through natural selection, Darwinists resorted to sticking moths onto tree trunks. The moths that were glued onto the tree trunks were dishonestly depicted as "the peppered moths that had evolved by way of natural selection." ...

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by ahmd1432
Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:50 pm
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: THE DARWINIST "ATHEISTS" TECHNIQUES OF CLAMOR AND DEMAGOGUER
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... and it is apparent for example in certain species of moths. The "normal" camouflage of the moth is light so that it can rest again trunks of birches and among lichen and remain unnoticed by predators. If there happens to be a mutation that turns the moth's colour darker, it is quickly ...

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by biohazard
Thu Oct 13, 2011 12:56 pm
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: The Implausible Engines of Evolution
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The Implausible Engines of Evolution

... and it is apparent for example in certain species of moths. The "normal" camouflage of the moth is light so that it can rest again trunks of birches and among lichen and remain unnoticed by predators. If there happens to be a mutation that turns the moth's colour darker, it is quickly ...

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by Tomn
Thu Oct 13, 2011 10:41 am
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: The Implausible Engines of Evolution
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