Characteristics Name: Common yarrow Latin name: Achillea millefolium Other names: soldier's herb, chamomile, pericardium Plant family: Korbblьtler Number of Species: / Range: Asia, America, Europe Plant Location: nitrogenous soils Blades: pinnate, Fruits: yellow Flower Color: white, pink Flowering period: April - June Height: 50 - 100cm Age: plant of several years Use: medicinal plant, medicinal plant Characteristics: appetizing, aromatic Plant information: common yarrow The common yarrow or Achillea millefolium is a species in the genus Achilleae and belongs to the family the perennial plant numbering a cane, which depending on variety and location reaches growth heights from 50 centimeters to one meter.
Atomic mass, symbol and atomic number Radium is a naturally occurring element with the elementary symbol Ra and the atomic number 88. In the periodic table it stands with an atomic mass of 226.02 u in the 2nd main group. The chemical element discovered by the couple Curie 1898 is radioactive and is in a solid state of aggregation at room temperature.
Characteristics Name: Zitteraal Other names: / Latin name: Electrophorus electricus Class: fish Size: 200 - 300 cm Weight: 15 - 20 kg Age: 10 - 20 years Appearance: brown, gray Sex dimorphism: no Diet type: predominantly fish eater (piscivor) food : Fishes, amphibians, crustaceans and insects Distribution: South America Original Origin: South America Sleep / wake cycle: twilight and nocturnal Habitat: preferably still or slow-flowing freshwater natural enemies: none Sexuality: unknown Mating season: September - December Oviposition: 1000 - 3000 Eggs Social Behavior: Lonely Endangered: No You can find further profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Characteristics Name: Starfish Latin name: Asteroidea Class: Starfish Size: 10 - 80cm Weight: up to 6kg Age: 5 - 30 years Appearance: red, blue, yellow, brown Gender: No Diet Type: Omnivorous (Omnivorous) Food: Algae, mussels , Snails, sponges Distribution: worldwide Original source: unknown Sleep / wake cycle: diurnal or nocturnal Habitat: oceans Natural enemies: fish, crabs, seagulls Sexual maturity: around 2 - 4 years Mating season: throughout the year Critically endangered: Yes Further profiles of You can find animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Definition and simple explanation: The meteorological winter in the northern hemisphere extends over the months of December, January and February. Astronomically, the coldest season begins with the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year. This day usually falls on the 21st or 22nd of December. At temperatures around freezing some animals keep hibernation, hibernation or even fall into a cold star.