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- Borrowed from the ancient Greek botanist Theophrastus, this is a contraction of oikeios topos(“favorable place”) and is used to name the relationship between a plant and its environment.
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- The first known message in a bottle was jettisoned in 310 B.C. by the philosopher Theophrastus, who wanted to test whether the Atlantic Ocean flowed into the Mediterranean Sea.
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- On Mediterranean shorelines, Neptune balls are the norm. Sea grass from the genus Posidonia are the raw materials and, also, explains the name. These balls have a long history, having been mentioned by Aristotle and Theophrastus, and have been used ...
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