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replied the topic How to Download and Install Windows 10 Technical Preview for Phones? created by Rana

Hey @Rana

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1063 days ago
replied the topic Should I Take Fish Oil Supplements? created by rfe4585

Recent study suggests that fish oil can help protect your heart against air pollution.

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Fish oil seems to have become a staple in living a healthy lifestyle. But what exactly does the popular supplement do to your body? We asked Spencer Nadolsky, D.O., the director of—an independent research company that analyzes evidence behind supplements and nutrition—to give us the latest update on what science has to say about fish oil. “Despite what some people would say, it won’t hurt you to supplement with fish oil,” says Nadolsky. “Take it if you’re worried about heart health."

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Men's Fitness: What is in fish oil, and is it beneficial?
Spencer Nadolsky: EPA and DHA are omega fatty acids found in fish oil and evidence shows that those with low levels of EPA and DHA have higher cardiovascular risk. So, from a heart health standpoint, it is definitely beneficial to take fish oil. There's also emerging research about fish oil’s positive effect on bipolar disorder, depression, ADHD, and brain development.

How do EPA and DHA affect the body?
When scientists divide them up and start testing one versus the other, there's a lot of crossover. DHA seems to have brain effects while EPA tends to have strong effects on triglycerides. There is some overlap too.

How much of these omega-3 fatty acids should I take daily?
I recommend 1-2 grams of combined EPA and DHA. If you have high triglycerides, then you need about four grams of EPA and DHA combined. A lot of these epidemiological studies show that people who eat actual fish, such as salmon, tend to have lower [heart disease] risk, too.

If I don't take fish oil supplements, will I consume enough EPA and DHA from diet alone?
Some people can do alright with just 2-3 meals of fish per week. It won’t necessarily mean that you get the recommended 1-2 grams of EPA and DHA combined (the amoutn shown in studies to have effects), but if you ended up checking your blood levels you might not be at risk for a deficiency. Most people don’t eat enough fish, though, and that's why I give the general recommendation of 1-2 grams of fish oil (EPA and DHA combined) daily.

Are there any negative effects of supplementing with fish oil?
No. There is no risk that we know of from taking fish oil. One of the concerns has been that fish oil is easily oxidized, so when it gets into your system it can theoretically cause some inflammatory responses. But that hasn't really been shown under experimental data. I'd say that at lower doses there seems to be no risk, just like with eating fish.

Should I refrigerate fish oil?
Fish oil capsules stay relatively fresh at room temperature. Some people freeze them because it reduces "fish burps." If you have fish oil in liquid form, refrigeration is recommended because it's more exposed to the air than the capsules.

What should I look for in a fish oil supplement?
"Generally, fish oil has a DHA/EPA ratio around 1:5:1, 180 EPA : 120 DHA per one fish oil cap. But, DHA/EPA levels can be higher than that. Although they have separate effects, on the body you tend to take them together."

Remember, fish oil is not a panacea for poor health. Take your whole diet into consideration.

1131 days ago
replied the topic Reptiles are cold-blooded, so how do they get warm? created by Sanakmaster

Snakes will bask on rocks to warm themselves up in the early morning sun. During the day, when it gets too hot, they

will look for shelter in rock crevices or burrows underground.
With a few exceptions all reptiles such as the lizard are cold blooded creatures. The temperature of an animal’s blood (whether an animal is warm blooded or cold blooded) is related to its body temperature.

Cold blooded creatures such as the lizard take on the temperature of their surroundings. In other words, they are hot when their environment is hot and cold when their environment is cold. In hot environments, cold blooded animals can have blood that is much warmer than warm blooded animals. Cold blooded animals are also much more active in warm environments and are very sluggish in cold environments. This is because their muscle activity depends on chemical reactions which run quickly when it is and slowly when it is cold. Cold blooded creatures such as the lizard can covert much more of its food into body mass compared to warm blooded animals.

Whereas many warm blooded animals sweat or pant to lose heat by water evaporation and can cool off by moving into a shaded area or getting wet, cold blooded animals such as the lizard often like to bask in the sun to warm up and increase their metabolism. While basking, these reptiles will be found lying perpendicular to the direction of the sun to maximize the amount of sunlight that falls onto their skin. In addition to this they will expand their rib cage to increase their surface area and will darken their skin to absorb even more heat.

When a lizard is too hot it will like parallel to the sun’s rays, go into a shady area, open its mouth up wide and lighten its skin color or burrow into the cool sand. Most reptiles such as the lizard have been known to hibernate occasionally during the cold winter months. Whereas warm blooded animals are able to remain active, seek food and defend themselves in a wide range of outdoor temperatures, cold blooded animals such as the lizard lack this ability and are only able to do so when they are warm enough. A cold blooded animal’s level of activity depends upon the temperature of its surroundings. A lizard will increase its body temperature before hunting and it is better able to escape from predators when it is warm. These creatures also need to be warm and active in order to find a mate and reproduce.

Do not be fooled however, being cold blooded does have its advantages as well. For instance, cold blooded animals require much less energy to survive than warm blooded animals do. Mammals and birds (warm blooded creatures) require much more food and energy than do cold blooded animals of the same weight. This is because in warm blooded animals, heat loss from their bodies is proportional to the surface area of their bodies, while the heat created by their bodies is proportional to the surface area of their bodies, the heat created by their bodies is proportional to their mass.

Furthermore, the ratio of a body’s surface area to its mass is less the larger the anima is. What this means is that larger, warm blooded animals are able to generate more heat than they lose and more easily able to keep their body temperatures stable. This in turn also makes it easier form them to stay warmer by being larger. This also means that if a warm blooded animal is toop small it will lose its heat faster than it can produce it. Since cold blooded animals don’t need to burn as much food to maintain a constant body temperature, they are more energy efficient and can survive longer periods of time without food than warm blooded creatures can. Many cold blooded creatures will try to keep their body temperatures as low as possible when food is scarce.

Cold blooded creatures also have the advantage of being less prone to infections than warm blooded animals. This lies in the fact that being a warm blooded body provides a warm environment for viruses, bacteria and parasites to reside. As a general rule, mammals and birds since they are warm blooded, are usually prone to more problems with infections and such than reptiles, whose constantly changing body temperature make life more difficult for bacteria, etc. to survive in.

Mammals do however; still have a stronger immune system than cold blooded animals. A reptile’s immune system is more efficient when the animal is warmer, however since bacteria are known to most likely grow slower in lower temperatures, reptiles will sometimes lower their body temperatures when they have an infection.

1141 days ago
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1149 days ago
replied the topic Who once said : 'Old age isn't so bad when you consider the alternative'? created by xperia

Maurice Chevalier.

1149 days ago
replied the topic Which British Battleship was sunk, in 1941, by The Bismark? created by asif21

HMS Hood..

1151 days ago
replied the topic In which country would you find Tabasco? created by expert102

Mexico .....

1152 days ago
replied the topic Which Florentine woman was mother to 3 kings of France, and wife to another? created by Umar12

Catherine De Medici.

1152 days ago
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Filigree called.

1152 days ago
replied the topic Where did John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvery Oswald and Jack Ruby all die? created by sam18

Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas, USA.

Jack Leon Ruby (born Jacob Leon Rubenstein; March 25, 1911 – January 3, 1967) was a nightclub operator in Dallas, Texas. On November 24, 1963, Ruby fatally shot Lee Harvey Oswald, who was in police custody after being charged with the murder of President John F. Kennedy two days earlier. A Dallas jury found Ruby guilty of murdering Oswald, and Ruby was sentenced to death. Later, Ruby appealed his conviction, had it overturned and was granted a new trial. As the date for his new trial was being set,Ruby became ill and died of a pulmonary embolism due to lung cancer, being constitutionally presumed innocent at the time.

Many researchers contend Ruby was involved with major figures in organized crime, and conspiracy theorists widely assert that Ruby killed Oswald as part of an overall plot surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy. Others have argued against this, saying that Ruby's connection with gangsters was minimal at most, or circumstantial, and also that Ruby was not the sort to be entrusted with such an act within a high-level conspiracy.

1152 days ago
replied the topic What is the birthstone for September? created by jerry21

Sapphire is the birthstone for September.

1152 days ago
replied the topic chromosomal abberation created by totan1

A chromosome anomaly, abnormality, aberration, or mutation is a missing, extra, or irregular portion of chromosomal DNA.[1] It can be from an atypical number of chromosomes or a structural abnormality in one or more chromosomes. Chromosome mutation was formerly used in a strict sense to mean a change in a chromosomal segment, involving more than one gene.[2] A karyotype refers to a full set of chromosomes from an individual that can be compared to a "normal" karyotype for the species via genetic testing. A chromosome anomaly may be detected or confirmed in this manner. Chromosome anomalies usually occur when there is an error in cell division following meiosis or mitosis. There are many types of chromosome anomalies. They can be organized into two basic groups, numerical and structural anomalies.

1173 days ago
replied the topic Autopolyploid and Allopolyploid created by noor1391

Polyploid cells and organisms are those containing more than two paired (homologous) sets of chromosomes. Most species whose cells have nuclei (Eukaryotes) are diploid, meaning they have two sets of chromosomes—one set inherited from each parent. However, polyploidy is found in some organisms and is especially common in plants. In addition, polyploidy occurs in some tissues of animals that are otherwise diploid, such as human muscle tissues.[1] This is known as endopolyploidy. Species whose cells do not have nuclei, that is, Prokaryotes, may be polyploid organisms, as seen in the large bacterium Epulopicium fishelsoni [1]. Hence ploidy is defined with respect to a cell. Most eukaryotes have diploid somatic cells, but produce haploid gametes (eggs and sperm) by meiosis. A monoploid has only one set of chromosomes, and the term is usually only applied to cells or organisms that are normally diploid. Male bees and other Hymenoptera, for example, are monoploid. Unlike animals, plants and multicellular algae have life cycles with two alternating multicellular generations. The gametophyte generation is haploid, and produces gametes by mitosis, the sporophyte generation is diploid and produces spores by meiosis.

Polyploidy refers to a numerical change in a whole set of chromosomes. Organisms in which a particular chromosome, or chromosome segment, is under- or overrepresented are said to be aneuploid (from the Greek words meaning "not", "good", and "fold"). Therefore the distinction between aneuploidy and polyploidy is that aneuploidy refers to a numerical change in part of the chromosome set, whereas polyploidy refers to a numerical change in the whole set of chromosomes.[2]

Polyploidy may occur due to abnormal cell division, either during mitosis, or commonly during metaphase I in meiosis.

Polyploidy occurs in some animals, such as goldfish,[3] salmon, and salamanders, but is especially common among ferns and flowering plants (see Hibiscus rosa-sinensis), including both wild and cultivated species. Wheat, for example, after millennia of hybridization and modification by humans, has strains that are diploid (two sets of chromosomes), tetraploid (four sets of chromosomes) with the common name of durum or macaroni wheat, and hexaploid (six sets of chromosomes) with the common name of bread wheat. Many agriculturally important plants of the genus Brassica are also tetraploids.

Polyploidy can be induced in plants and cell cultures by some chemicals: the best known is colchicine, which can result in chromosome doubling, though its use may have other less obvious consequences as well. Oryzalin will also double the existing chromosome content.

1173 days ago
replied the topic parthenogenesis and parthenocarpy created by totan1

parthenocarpy of some fruits on a plant may be of value. Up to 20% of the fruits of wild parsnip are parthenocarpic. The seedless wild parsnip fruit are preferred by certain herbivores, and thus serve as a "decoy defense" against seed predation.[1] Utah juniper has a similar defense against bird feeding.[2] The ability to produce seedless fruit when pollination is unsuccessful may be an advantage to a plant because it provides food for the plant's seed dispersers. Without a fruit crop, the seed dispersing animals may starve or migrate.

1180 days ago
replied the topic Epigynous ,perigynous and hypogynous created by noor1391

Myrtales flowers
Myrtales: Characteristic morphological features
...calyx lobes (free sepals), petals, and either one or two whorls of stamens or numerous stamens. Flowers in which the flower parts appear to arise at the top of the ovary rather than at its base (epigynous) are considered the most advanced, and perigyny (the flower parts appear to arise at the same level as the ovary) is undoubtedly the ancestral condition in Myrtales. The flowers commonly...

Perigynous flowers

Flowers can be characterized based on the position of the ovary in relation to the other parts of the flower. When the floral parts arise from a position below the ovary, the flower is said to be hypogynous (hypo=below; gynous=female) and the ovary superior since it is above the point where the other floral parts are inserted. When the floral parts arise from a position above the ovary, the flower is said to be epigynous (epi=above) and the ovary inferior since it is below where the other floral parts are inserted.

1180 days ago
replied the topic sub phyla of phylum chordata created by noor1391

Hemichordata, which includes the acorn worms, has been presented as a fourth chordate subphylum, but it now is usually treated as a separate phylum. It, along with the phylum Echinodermata, which includes starfish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers and their kin, are the chordates' closest relatives. Primitive chordates are known from at least as early as the Cambrian explosion.

Of the more than 65,000 living species of chordates, about half are bony fish of the class Osteichthyes. The world's largest and fastest animals, the blue whale and peregrine falcon respectively, are chordates, as are humans

Attempts to work out the evolutionary relationships of the chordates have produced several hypotheses. The current consensus is that chordates are monophyletic, meaning that the Chordata include all and only the descendants of a single common ancestor, which is itself a chordate, and that craniates' nearest relatives are cephalochordates. All of the earliest chordate fossils have been found in the Early Cambrian Chengjiang fauna, and include two species that are regarded as fish, which implies they are vertebrates. Because the fossil record of early chordates is poor, only molecular phylogenetics offers a reasonable prospect of dating their emergence. However, the use of molecular phylogenetics for dating evolutionary transitions is controversial.

It has also proved difficult to produce a detailed classification within the living chordates. Attempts to produce evolutionary "family trees" give results that differ from traditional classes because several of those classes are not monophyletic. As a result, vertebrate classification is in a state of flux

Although the name Chordata is attributed to William Bateson (1885), it was already in prevalent use by 1880. Ernst Haeckel described a taxon comprising tunicates, cephalochordates, and vertebrates in 1866. Though he used the German vernacular form, it is allowed under the ICZN code because of its subsequent latinization

Chordates form a phylum of creatures that are based on a bilateral body plan,[5] and is defined by having at some stage in their lives all of the following:[6]

A notochord, a fairly stiff rod of cartilage that extends along the inside of the body. Among the vertebrate sub-group of chordates the notochord develops into the spine, and in wholly aquatic species this helps the animal to swim by flexing its tail.
A dorsal neural tube. In fish and other vertebrates, this develops into the spinal cord, the main communications trunk of the nervous system.
Pharyngeal slits. The pharynx is the part of the throat immediately behind the mouth. In fish, the slits are modified to form gills, but in some other chordates they are part of a filter-feeding system that extracts particles of food from the water in which the animals live.
Post-anal tail. A muscular tail that extends backwards behind the anus.
An endostyle. This is a groove in the ventral wall of the pharynx. In filter-feeding species it produces mucus to gather food particles, which helps in transporting food to the esophagus.[7] It also stores iodine, and may be a precursor of the vertebrate thyroid gland

Craniates, one of the three subdivisions of chordates, have distinct skulls - including hagfish, which have no vertebrae. Michael J. Benton comments, "craniates are characterized by their heads, just as chordates, or possibly all deuterostomes, are by their tails". [8]

Most are vertebrates, in which the notochord is replaced by the spinal column,[9] which consists of a series of bony or cartilaginous cylindrical vertebrae, generally with neural arches that protect the spinal cord and with projections that link the vertebrae. Hagfish have incomplete braincases and no vertebrae, and are therefore not regarded as vertebrates,[10] but as members of the craniates, the group from which vertebrates are thought to have evolved.[11] The position of lampreys is ambiguous. They have complete braincases and rudimentary vertebrae, and therefore may be regarded as vertebrates and true fish.[12] However, molecular phylogenetics, which uses biochemical features to classify organisms, has produced both results that group them with vertebrates and others that group them with hagfish

1180 days ago
replied the topic vegetables and fruits???? created by totan1

Botanically speaking, a fruit is a seed-bearing structure that develops from the ovary of a flowering plant, whereas vegetables are all other plant parts, such as roots, leaves and stems. By those standards, seedy outgrowths such as apples, squash and, yes, tomatoes are all fruits, while roots such as beets, potatoes and turnips, leaves such as spinach, kale and lettuce, and stems such as celery and broccoli are all vegetables.

The outlook is quite different in culinary terms, however. A lot of foods that are (botanically speaking) fruits, but which are savory rather than sweet, are typically considered vegetables by chefs. This includes such botanical fruits as eggplants, bell peppers and tomatoes.

1180 days ago
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go to setting,
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unchek the unknown sources,

1180 days ago
replied the topic how to verify payoneer ?? created by tiger161

Payoneer card is free and you get a bonus too

If you apply for the pioneer card through an affiliate, you will get a $25 bonus and the other cardholder will get the same bonus. However, you will only get this amount after you get the first payment of $100 through the card. Either way that you look at this card, it is a win-win situation for you. It makes online freelancing so easy.

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