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What can I do to protect myself and prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)? 1

What can I do to protect myself and prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Protection measures for all Be aware of the latest information about the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the WHO website and through the national and local public health agency. COVID-19 has been seen in many countries around the world and in several outbreaks. The authorities in China and some other countries have succeeded in slowing or …

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Thing's you didn't know about coronavirus 2

Thing’s you didn’t know about coronavirus

Researchers have found the shocking similarities between Wuhan Coronavirus and HIV and Ebola. These mutations indicate that the virus is manmade. The new Coronavirus is similar to HIV and Ebola, according to Chinese researchers. This research is based on earlier speculation that the Coronavirus may have escaped from a research laboratory in Wuhan. When does …

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Coronavirus symptoms

SymptomCommon human coronavirusesCommon human coronaviruses, including types 229E, NL63, OC43 and HKU1, generally cause mild to moderate diseases in the upper respiratory tract, such as the common cold. Most people become infected with these viruses at some time in their lives. These diseases usually only last a short time. Symptoms may include. runny noseheadachecoughsore throatfevera …

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Structure of the Fruit

·         Fruits consist of dermal, ground (fundamental), and vascular tissue systems ·         The fruit wall is made up three layers collectively forming the pericarp; §  Exocarp §  The outermost layer §  Mesocarp §  The middle layer §  Endocarp §  The inner layer ·         The fruits may also contain one or more seeds      

Morphology of the Fruit

Introduction to Fruits ·         Fruit is the ripened ovary or ovaries of a seed-bearing plant ·         Fruits may contain one or more seeds ·         A fruit develops from one or more carpels ·         After fertilization in the flowering stage, the ovary and sometimes accessory parts develop into the fruit ·         In some species, fruits may …

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Classification of Leaves

·         External leaf characteristics (such as shape, margin, hairs, etc.) are important for identifying plant species ·         Leaves are determinant in growth i.e. they grow and achieve a specific pattern and shape, then stop ·         Other plant parts like stems or roots are non-determinant ·         Leaves are classified on the basis of: §  Arrangement on …

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Pharmacognostic Importance of Epidermis

·         Leaves offer diagnostic characteristics which serve in quality control of leaf drugs §  Shape, size and wall structure of the epidermal cells §  Straight –walled epidermal cells are found in medicinal plants such as coca and Senna leaves §  Wavy-walled epidermal cells are in found in Datura stramonium, Hyoscyamus niger and Atropa belladonna. §  …

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Internal Structures of a Plant Leaf

·         The leaf is made up of three tissue systems (Dermal, Ground and Vascular) ·         The dermal tissue system consists of lower and upper epidermis ·         The ground tissue system is found between the epidermal layers of leaf ·         Epidermis §  In dicot leaves, the epidermis is dorsiventral §  Generally, the epidermis is made up …

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Morphology of the Leaf

         Introduction to Plant Leaves ·         A leaf is a plant organ that is found above the ground and is specialized for photosynthesis ·         The leaf is typically flat and thin ·         Functions of the leaf §  Provides for transpiration and guttation §  Storage of food and water ·         The leaf consists …

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