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- Shu is one of the Heliopolitan Ennead. He is the god of sunlight and air, first recorded in the Old Kingdom, where he was responsible for bringing Ra and the king to life every day. Over a millenium later, Akenaten was to continue this tradition, by...
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- History of Egyptian Medicine and Philosophy
- When medical knowledge past is considered, lack of aseptic technique, pain-killing drugs and antibiotics are an accepted part of our modern legend of these ancient healing practices. You will find that none of this is true when it comes to Ancient Egypt....
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Slug Mucus is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Slug Mucus books and related discussion.
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- Use of Slug Mucus by Fungus-Feeding Beetles (Coleoptera
- observed eating the mucus of the slug Meghimatium fruhstorferi (Collinge 1901).
- Molecular Mechanism of Mucin Secretion: I. The Role of
- slug mucus (Devrup-Olsen et al., 1983). We report here that these granules contain from 2.
- Components of mucus of terrestrial slugs (Gastropoda)
- Components of mucus of terrestrial slugs (Gastropoda). I. DEYRUP-OLSEN,.
Suggested News Resources
- Slugs, it's war
- Slug mucus production is a bit complicated and includes the ability to shoot a “slime cord” out of its rear end and gracefully land on your mulch after devouring one of your taller plants.
Suggested Web Resources
- Slug - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Mucus. An active slug in Fremont, California.
- The Slimy, yet Special Slug
- The slimy sensation of holding the slug's oozing skin of mucus was not pleasant. My brother and I would usually drop the 'icky' creatures in disgust.
- Of Slug Slime, Spider Silk, and Mollusk Shells
- Slugs use it for protection and as a sort of slithery railway for transportation.
- Have You Been Slimed?
- How to get slug slime off your hands. By Marion Owen, Fearless Weeder for PlanTea, Inc. and.
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