Category Archives: Biology

Propagation Vegetative Plants IV (Ground Layering Technique)

Ground Layering is the propagation of plants obtained by immersing branches or branches into the soil. Branches that will be made in the seedlings are usually long, adjacent to the soil surface, and located some distance from the parent tree. Ground Layering is often called graft or transplant grass because it is done by subduing…

Propagating Vegetative Plants III (Air Layerage Technique)

Air Layerage is a way of plant breeding by planting stems or branches that are rooted first before being cut and planted elsewhere. Based on the experience of the practice we did in Vocational High School Bustanul Yatama, North Aceh, the advantages of the Air Layerage is easy to do, and the success rate is…

Fitness and massage (cannot breathe – heart disease – respiratory disease)

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series sport / Rehabilitation / Recuperation / technology / massage

Fitness and massage (cannot breathe – heart disease – respiratory disease) I used to have a sudden heartache or suddenly unable to breathe, after sport + massage + rehabilitation exercise, this one year did not again happen that sick… Sport: my sport is Run…every night running 45~60 minute . Run time, it is best to…

Propagating Vegetative Plants II (Side Grafting Technique)

Approach Grafting Named approach grafting because when grafting, rootstock as being picked up and jabbed by the top of each plant is still associated with rooting. The success rate of approach grafting is very high, but the process is quite difficult because the rootstock must be connected to the branch of the upper stem tree…

Propagating Vegetative Plants (Side Grafting Technique)

Breed is one way that living things do multiply themselves. Not least the plant as living things, the plants can breed with generative and vegetative. Generative breeding is a mating breeding (involving male and female cells), whereas vegetative propagation is breeding by involving just one stem cell. In this article the author will describe about…

The Stinging Rose Moth Caterpillar

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series strange animals

Remember the stunning jewel caterpillar I posted a few days ago? Guess what, today I have an equally stunning caterpillar for you. Meet the Stinging Rose Moth Caterpillar: Scientifically described as Parasa indetermina, it might leave you wondering… Why is it called stinging? And what’s the deal with all the bright and vivid colors? Well, let’s…

Deep Sea Creature or… Alien Spaceship?

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series strange animals

Recently I came across a really mind blowing video from  the Monterey Bay Aquarium (MBARI) that is definitely worth a share: The stunning alien spacesh…errmmm…. creature you just witnessed is scientifically described as Lampocteis cruentiventer. Commonly known as the “bloodybelly comb jelly”, it is the only representative in the genus Lampocteis,  from the family Lampoctenidae. The name Lampoctenidae…