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Fruit - Seed dissemination

  • Some fruits have coats covered with spikes or hooked burrs, either to prevent themselves from being eaten by animals or to stick to the hairs, feathers or legs of animals, using them as dispersal agents. Examples include cocklebur and unicorn plant.

Fruit - Seed dissemination

  • The sweet flesh of many fruits is deliberately appealing to animals, so that the seeds held within are eaten and unwittingly carried away and deposited at a distance from the parent. Likewise, the nutritious, oily kernels of Nut (fruit)|nuts are appealing to rodents (such as squirrels) who hoarding|hoard them in the soil in order to avoid starving during the winter, thus giving those seeds that remain uneaten the chance to Germination|germinate and grow into a new plant away from their parent.

Fruit - Seed dissemination

  • Other fruits are elongated and flattened out naturally and so become thin, like wings or helicopter blades, e.g. maple, tuliptree and elm. This is an evolutionary mechanism to increase dispersal distance away from the parent via wind. Other wind-dispersed fruit have tiny parachutes, e.g. dandelion and salsify.

Fruit - Seed dissemination

  • Coconut fruits can float thousands of miles in the ocean to spread seeds. Some other fruits that can disperse via water are nipa palm and screw pine.

Fruit - Seed dissemination

  • Some fruits fling seeds substantial distances (up to 100m in sandbox tree) via explosive dehiscence or other mechanisms, e.g. impatiens and squirting cucumber.

List of gliders - Flugwissenschaftliche Vereinigung Aachen|FVA

  • * Fulda-Aachen Eva – Klemperer, Wolfgang – Flugwissenschaftliche Vereinigung TH Aachen und Modell-und Segelflugverein, Fulda

Geisteswissenschaft

  • 'Geisteswissenschaften' (, spirit + science) is a set of human sciences such as philosophy, history, philology, social sciences, and sometimes even theology and jurisprudence, that are traditional in German universities. Most of its subject matter would come under the much larger humanities faculty in the typical English-speaking university, but it does not contain the arts.

Geisteswissenschaft

  • His arguments were very influential in the theories of the prominent German sociologist Max Weber, though Weber preferred the term Kulturwissenschaft, which has been promoted by his Neo-Kantianism|neokantian colleagues (Wilhelm Windelband and Heinrich Rickert).

Geisteswissenschaft

  • After the separation of the natural sciences and mathematics into a particular faculty (in some universities not until the 1950s), the Geisteswissenschaften were left alone in the philosophical faculty and even philosophy often was subsumed under the term Geisteswissenschaften

Geisteswissenschaft

  • Versuch einer Prinzipientheorie der Geisteswissenschaften auf transzendentalphilosophischer Grundlage

Geisteswissenschaft

  • Other authors, like Rudolf Steiner, used the term Geisteswissenschaft in a historically quite distinct sense to refer to a proposed Science of Spirit.

Geisteswissenschaft - Example usage

  • From Kulturgeschichte Frankreichs, Suchanek-Fröhlich, S. p 633:

Geisteswissenschaft - Example usage

  • Man hat Taine vorgeworfen, dass er, dessen Hauptziel die Einführung naturwissenschaftlicher Methoden in die Geisteswissenschaften war, selbst nicht induktiv, sondern deduktiv vorging.

Geisteswissenschaft - Example usage

  • Some reproach Hippolyte Taine|Taine in that he himself, whose goal was the introduction of the methods of natural science into the Geisteswissenschaften, proceeded from methods which were not inductive but rather deductive.

Geisteswissenschaft - Bibliography

  • * Gunter Scholz, Zwischen Wissenschaftsanspruch und Orientierungsbedürfnis. Zu Grundlage und Wandel der Geisteswissenschaften Frankfurt am Main, Suhrkamp 1991, ISBN 3-518-28566-1

Geisteswissenschaft - Bibliography

  • * Bernward Grünewald, Geist – Kultur – Gesellschaft. Versuch einer Prinzipientheorie der Geisteswissenschaften auf transzendentalphilosophischer Grundlage, Berlin, Duncker Humblot, 2009, ISBN 978-3-428-13160-0.

Geisteswissenschaft - Bibliography

  • * Albrecht Behmel, Erfolgreich im Studium der Geisteswissenschaften, Francke, Tübingen 2005, ISBN 3-7720-3371-7

Fall of Rome - 421–433; renewed dissension after the death of Constantius, partial loss of the Diocese of Africa

  • Constantius died in 421, after only seven months as Augustus

Fall of Rome - 421–433; renewed dissension after the death of Constantius, partial loss of the Diocese of Africa

  • Galla Placidia, as Augusta, mother of the Emperor, and regent until 437, could maintain a dominant position in court, but women in Ancient Rome did not exercise military power and she could not herself become a general

Fall of Rome - 421–433; renewed dissension after the death of Constantius, partial loss of the Diocese of Africa

  • In 428 the Vandals and Alans were united under the able, ferocious, and long-lived king Genseric; he moved his entire people to Tarifa near Gibraltar, divided them into 80 groups nominally of 1,000 people, (perhaps 20,000 warriors in total), and crossed from Hispania to Mauretania without opposition

Primary care physician - Dissemination of information to generalists compared to specialists

  • The dissemination of information to generalists compared to specialists is complicated

Convection - Weissenberg effect

  • The 'Weissenberg effect' is a phenomenon that occurs when a spinning rod is placed into a solution of liquid polymer. Entanglements cause the polymer chains to be drawn towards the rod instead of being thrown outward as would happen with an ordinary fluid (i.e., water).


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