Properties of mushrooms
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…

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Overpopulation of the Earth
Overcrowding is a surplus of population in relation to livelihoods or the demand for labor. That is, if not all of the population of the planet is in demand, and…

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Properties of Raspberry
Raspberries are a small plant of small size (semi-small), growing in gardens, forests (often in the fields of felling) and on the banks of rivers. It is famous for its…

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Description of camomile

Cranberry is a medicinal plant

Cranberry is a group of evergreen stellate shrubs growing on the bogs of the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth. These plants are valued for their edible fruits – cranberry berries. They have a lot of useful substances, which is why they are considered medicinal.

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The use of chamomile

Chamomile – a genus of flowering plants, numbering 25 species. The most famous of them is the chamomile. It is a medicinal plant used in cosmetology and medicine.

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Description of camomile

The plant is not very large in size, and most memorable by its inflorescences. Yellow-white flowers are so famous that they have found their application even in official symbols. True, not all chamomile have such a coloring. There are also pink daisies, both purple and blue. But all of them are very similar to each other and easily differ from other plants. Continue reading

The lakes and their role in nature
The lake is a naturally occurring water filled with water in the boundaries of a lake bowl and has no direct connection with the sea or the ocean. Or, according…

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Flies and their role in nature
Flies are very common flying two-winged insects. They inhabit practically all warm areas of the planet, delivering many problems to living organisms, including people. After all, flies are the carriers…

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