The ocean covers about 70% of the surface of our planet. Thus, it is an aquatic membrane, stretched almost all over the surface of the Earth. The oceans are continuous, and wash areas of land on all sides, be it continents, or islands.
The ocean on the map
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Parts of the world ocean Continue reading
Crop plants are those plants that are grown by humans for eating, feeding animals, receiving medicines or raw materials, etc. All these plants are also called agro-crops.
1. Grain crops. They are also called grasses. They are very important for a person, since they make up his basic diet. In addition, cereals are used as feed for animals, and also used in production. In general, cereals are very important. Plants such as wheat, rice, barley, oats, corn, buckwheat, rye and many others enter this group. Continue reading
The Earth’s atmosphere has a number of layers that differ in their various properties: temperature, pressure, height, composition, etc.
The area of the atmosphere extending from the surface of the planet to a distance of ~ 9 kilometers at poles, or up to 18 kilometers on the equator. The closer to the equator, the higher this layer is above the surface. By the way, in winter, the troposphere is a little closer to Earth than in the summer. Continue reading
Belladonna has thickened long stalks (0.5 – 2 meters), dotted with many direct branches, on which are large leaves (10-20 cm), flowers and fruits. The plant itself is usually painted in dark green. But the color of the fruits as it grows from green to dark purple, and the flowers are even painted in yellow-brown. Continue reading
Mushrooms are a realm of wildlife that combines signs of both plants and animals. Although for a long time they were erroneously attributed precisely to plants. We attribute them to the plant world, but not to the plants, do not confuse, please. Although this is not entirely true. Continue reading