Elapids defined :
Elapids – force drive behind hollow fangs – potency of their fluids/DNA fully analyzed at its best.
Its eruption/venom affectation must have its anti/DNA – fully analyzed at its best or finest points.
Elapids lack heat sensors based on tests on changing its habitat from India to Manitoba with Polar Bears? What is this analysis based on?
Compare – water friendly to earth surface (rocks included) friendly. Why? Why Not to be included in all results. Define your details and reason them out.
KNOWN TO NEWLY.FOUND DATA…
THEREFORE COPY KNOWN DATA AND GIVE IT ROOM FOR NEW ENTRIES AS THEY COME IN.
To either expand of a belief that cells have behaviour(s) pattern(s) that can shape out outcomes in length, width, shrink to enlargements into its exfoliation(s) and reproduction(s) Epidermis Dermis Hypodermis. – 3 known results into 3 expanded comprehension to potential advanced approaches as long as the results are made known: Material used. Specimen used. Team of Physicists Chemists used. Material USED also includes Methods for Analysis. Leave it for someone with that need to discover what can be approached later on by using new methods after advanced methods has sort of levelled into a status quo found over 30 years ago up to the years Technology started to make their entries..
When reporting all analysis in Data Entry Spreadsheets – include final comments – Why? Why Not? Expand on the reasonings of your results. TimeSTAMP with all collaborators I.D. License #.
Results on Heat Sensors based on which parts of his nervous system / the brain and spinal cord since the spinal cord is longer than other species or longer to the tail?
The Cobra fees threatened therefore – the cobra rises to power using another force drive – disabling all inhale exhale breathing mechanism or other results based on a test analysis? Which one(s)
The Cobra instinctly knows the eyes are its enemy – what happens when the Cobra doesn’t succeed in blind its attacker what is his second enemy perceived from his attacker?
Which eye of the Cobra is mostly in concentration when facing an attacker and how close in range does the Cobra spray on the victim? Does the Cobra move its head sided or straight-on? The Cobra who moves with its head sided or tilted, is it from always the same angle or any angle depending where the attacker is?
Can this Cobra become a mammal? Why? Why not?
Also Geographical Analysis to discourage cave-formation (where Caves are formed by the dissolution of limestone and the rest of the story: Rainwater picks up carbon dioxide from the air and as it percolates through the soil, which turns into a weak acid. This slowly dissolves out the limestone along the joints, bedding planes and fractures, some of which become enlarged enough to form caves.
China, the US, Russia, Japan, India, Brazil,Germany, Mexico, and Italy are some of the world’s largest limestone prouducers today. Some of the biggest quarries in the world, however, are in the U.S.state of Michigan, specifically near the Great Lakes’ coastlines.
Explored caves are found widely in Europe, Asia, North America and Oceania, but are sparse in South America, Africa, and Antarctica.
SEA Level at the base of the triangle its lowest. Highest SEA Level at the tip up 45° of the Triangle.
Name the locations. Of the sealevels. Low to High.
Name the locations of CAVES + Limestone + Explored – around and close to each sea levels
Do not forget the ones that mouth into another cave and into other caves before fully seen as if it were the last mouth to the cave with rapids cascades of waters covering the platforms and its mouth(s)
When all is placed on General Map for Data Entry Colour CODES – some species will find a new habit for undetermined amount of time.
Full analysis of surroundings of material that will permit a deeper in depth and width of hollowness. These wall formation and patterns from ground and all around the walls and ceiling must also be analysed for structure frames and weaknesses. The more concentrated areas of these materials to promise more cave formation must be discouraged. How will we do that?
Can limestone be one of the culprits for our bone structure to deteriorate? Our minerals to dissolve and how much of this concentration in our AIR-Oxygen does it take for clarity to be recorded.
So, if your location has mineral-rich terrain (for example, Arizona’s terrain is primarily made from limestone), you likely have “hard water”. And according to the World Health Organization (WHO), hard water has “no known adverse health effects” so it’s completely safe to drink.
Limestone is just calcium carbonate; same stuff they put in antacids (like Gaviscon) for when you have problems with heartburn or acid reflux. Limescale is a build up of metal flakes and water i think. Not poisonous just nasty. Rule out – poison – may remove metals accumulations. And, Calcium carbonate is not very poisonous. Recovery is quite likely. But, long-term overuse is more serious than a single overdose, because it can cause kidney damage. Few people die from an antacid overdose.
How much aluminum is found in the spinal cord – all metal accumulation.
Results of spinal cord with interventions surgery filled with gold and the elephants horn Ivory.
- Vitamin D:
Mushroom is the only vegetable which contains vitamin D. It contains calcium, iron, potassium, copper, and selenium.
- Prevents Atherosclerosis
Today, heart disease has become the leading cause of death across the world. You do not have to be diagnosed with heart disease if you make button mushrooms a part of your diet. One of the main risks of heart disease is atherosclerosis, which is thickening of the arterial walls due to the accumulation of plaque.
Beta glucans are sugars that are found in the cell walls of bacteria, fungi, yeasts, algae, lichens, and plants, such as oats and barley. They are sometimes used as medicine. Beta glucans are used for high cholesterol, diabetes, cancer, and HIV/AIDS.
α-Glucans (alpha-glucans) are polysaccharides of D-glucose monomers linked with glycosidic bonds of the alpha form. α-Glucans use cofactors in a cofactor site in order to activate a glucan phosphorylase enzyme. This enzyme causes a reaction that transfers a glucosyl portion between orthophosphate and α-I,4-glucan. The position of the cofoactors to the active sites on the enzyme are critical to the overall reaction rate thus, any alteration to the cofactor site leads to the disruption of the glucan biding site.
Peptide are chains of amino acids that are the building blocks of proteins in the skin. … When they are in a short chain of amino acids, they are able to penetrate the top layer of our skin and send signals to our cells to let them know how to function. One important protein in our skin is collagen.
Amylopectin and α -amylose are broken down by the enzyme amylase. In animals, salivary α -amylase begins the digestion process in the mouth. … Glycogen is broken down at these nonreducing ends by the enzyme glycogen phosphorylase to release glucose for energy. (saliva / ducts)
January 8, 2019 is a good week to start filling charts of advanced studies. All Spreadsheets to land in a Master Spreadsheet for these purposes mentioned above.
Happy New 2019.