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plantas c4
  1

Son plantas que al fijar el CO2 en la fotosíntesis para crear glucosa utilizan 4 carbonos, reducen la fotorespiración de las hojas y el consumo de agua, con lo que son más resistentes a la sequía y por tanto más rentables. La mayor parte de las plantas son C3. Muchas investigaciones actuales van encaminadas a transformar la vía C3 de la fotosíntesis en C4. El proceso de la fotosíntesis en la vida vegetal utiliza la luz, el CO2 y el agua. La cosa parece simple pero no lo es. Para mí es uno de los misterios de la vida.

  
a rolete
  2

Argentine idiom equivalent to in large quantity, much, with profusion, to mansalva, at shovel tip, to hullporro, to porrillo, to blanket, to tutiplén, in abundance.

  
biomarcador
  2

Substance of our organism normally present in the blood, which is indicative of our biological state, as our ability to face infections. They can be genetic or acquired, molecular, such as enzymes or proteins, or cellular. Current researchers have identified 5 biomarkers whose high level have been associated with the severity of coronavirus. These are : IL-6 ( interleucine ), D, CRP, LDH and ferritin dimer. This knowledge can help prevent gravity.

  
airlock
  4

Anglilicism. Air bubble, air trap, air bag, air chamber. Device used in fermentation processes that allows the release of CO2 without oxygen entering. It is usually used by manufacturers of beers and artisan wines after three or four days of starting fermentation which is initially aerobic

  
injerto de corona o de coronilla
  3

The crown or crown graft is the one that is made by inserting between the albura and the bark of the cut base one or more spikes. It is usually made in spring when the base or pattern is very large and woody. When the sap is raised, welding is easily produced. However it is necessary to compress the bark of the base with biodegradable tape and cover the cut with healing paste.

  
boyacense
  5

Gentile and typical of the Colombian Andean region of Boyacá of great cultural and geographical diversity, land of good cyclists, such as Nairo Quintana, with capital in Tunja.

  
sedia stercoraria
  2

In the Vatican museum there is a wooden chair with a large central hole. Also english monarchs used to have a chair like that for someone after. . I'll wipe their ass. But according to legend, this Vatican sedia was to check the masculinity of the pope chosen after the history of the papisa Joan in the middle of the ninth century. Much has been written about this, but nothing official. The Papisa Juana would come to coincide with the period of Benedict III who would die in 858.

  
duos habet et bene pendentes
  4

It's got two and well they hang up. Thus spoke the youngest cardinal of the conclave who chose the new pope by putting his right hand under the stercorary sedia; to which others replied : Deo thank you (less badly). This is what happened, according to legend, after the Papisa Juana in the middle of the ninth century.

  
betacismo
  2

Linguistic phenomenon of some romance languages such as Spanish, Galician, Occitan, Sardinian. . . that does not distinguish the pronunciation from b and v; that's why many speakers of our language when writing commit so many misspellings that they also appear in some ancient Latin inscriptions : Maximianus botum solbit , instead of votum solvit. Maximian fulfilled his vote. By the influence of other languages some speakers give the v a fricative hue that resembles the f.

  
cirriense
  2

Also Cirrio, Gentile of La Cistérniga, formerly Cestérniga and Cestiérniga, town of Vallisoletana, considered until the middle of the nineteenth century a neighborhood of the aspiring city to capital of Castile and León. Documents of the sixteenth and seventeenth century already speak of this town in which he married Don Rodrigo Calderón, Marquis of Sieteiglesias, chamber secretary of Felipe III, with Doña Inés de Vargas, who twice denied at the altar wanting to do so, although the third accepted.

  
interferón
  8

As our Dictionary says is a protein generated by leukocytes to attack infections or tumor cells. Scientists distinguish various types, alpha, beta, gamma, delta. . . Today's French doctors have discovered that their deficiency is one of the causes of the severity of coronavirus. One of its important functions is to regulate the immune system's response to infections. It is also used against multiple sclerosis, septic shock or hepatitis C.

  
aquecedor
  4

Quentator. For our tongue brothers is the heater. Any device that radiates heat.

  
gruit
  5

Old German. Also grut , gruyt or gruitrecht. Herbal blend used in middle age, before the introduction of hops, to aromatize and conserve beer, especially in the north and Central Europe. When the brewing came out of the abbeys the brewers had to buy the mixture from the nobles and municipalities as a tax. The mixture contained artemis, myrtle, millenrama, marrubio, heather, juniper berries, cumin, rosemary, sage, liquorice, and even wormwood and beleño, according to the zones.

  
quintaesencia
  7

The most characteristic and typical of a thing in a situation of concentration. Among medieval astrologers, fifth element of nature, the ether, which was added to the 4 of Empédocles, earth, water, air and fire. For medieval alchemists and botanists and early modernity was the therapeutic extract of medicinal plants that today we consider the active ingredients and essential oils, what Paracelsus, father of toxicology, called poison. Single facit venenum dosage : only the dose makes something poisonous, responded when someone accused him of giving poison to the sick.

  
alma máter
  3

Latinism in which soul is adjective : mother nurture, mother who vivifies. In classical Rome it was said of the goddess Ceres, Cibeles or even Venus. In the Middle Ages and later it has been said of the Italian university of Bologna (alma mater studiorum), the oldest in the West, and by extension of every university. The most common current use of the locution substantializes the soul by pointing to the person who drives or has the full force of a project or activity.

  
matritenses
  4

Plural of matritense . From Madrid or related to Madrid, whether we refer to the city, the province or the autonomous community, as the companions point out. It is a cultism derived from the Latin Matritus and this, according to some, of materitus, a place rich in woods, wood, thus rejecting the Arab origin of Mayrit or Magerit, although on this issue there are many discussions among linguists. The truth is that this cultism is used rather for things and not for people. The vulgar madrid can use it for people or things.

  
butirato
  5

From Greek boutyron, butter, bous, cow and tyros, cheese. Salt or ester of butyric acid that produces the intestinal flora to protect the intestinal mucosa especially in the colon. It's starting to be taken into account by nutritionists. They also call it fruity-smelling butanoate. Butyric acid was discovered in butter in 1814 by French chemist Michel Eugene Chevreul.

  
omnis
  5

Two-terminating Latin adjective, omnis omne, everything. In our language it is usually used as a prefix with that meaning. For example ubiquitous, it is everywhere.

  
mundo today
  7

Satirical newspaper created in Spain in 2009 with news of horn that more than one have been left to checkers not knowing what to think. His news of satirical and humorous content is close to parody and waiting in the line of Argentine Angau. Today I read in the media that Iran has issued an arrest warrant against Donald Trump for the assassination of General Soleimani. World Today! Well, no, it's true and he's asked Interpol for help.

  
farmacognosia
  2

From Greek phármakon, drug, drug, poison and gnosis, knowledge. A term introduced by the German physician Aenotheus Seydler in 1815 that defines it as the branch of pharmacology that studies drugs and medicinal substances of natural origin with beneficial or non-beneficial properties, come from animals, plants, fungi or bacteria.

  






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