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Before April 2012, Starbucks' strawberry Frappucino contained a dye made from the ground-up bodies of thousands of tiny insects, called cochineal bugs (or Dactylopius coccus). Farmers in South and Central America make a living harvesting — and ...
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Similarly, pigeon droppings are the most important source of yet another fungus Crypto-coccus neoformans found in accumulations of droppings around roosting sites. "From the primary pulmonary foci, the pathogens spread hematogenously to other organs, ...
Η παράξενη ''βιβλιοθήκη των χρωμάτων'' του Harvard (pics)
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What Are Bacteria?
Round bacteria are referred to as cocci (singular: coccus); cylindrical, capsule-shaped bacteria as bacilli (singular: bacillus); and spiral bacteria are aptly called spirilla (singular: spirillum).
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