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Fly-catching (Science: zoology) Having the habit of catching insects on the... Read More

Successful Walleye Fishing: The Complete How-To Guide for Finding & Catching Walleyes Year-Round (Hunting & Fishing Library. Freshwater Angler.)

 Successful Walleye Fishing: The Complete How-To Guide for Finding & Catching Walleyes Year-Round (Hunting &... Read More

Catching The Wave: Researchers Measure Very Short Laser Pulses

Scientists have perfected a technique for very accurately measuring and controlling the electromagnetic waves within some... Read More

Catching The Common Cold Virus Genome

A new study by Brigham Young University researchers on the virus behind nearly half of all cold infections explains how and... Read More


(of disease) capable of being transmitted by... Read More


ney 1. A fabric of twine, thread, or the like, wrought or woven into meshes, and used for catching fish, birds, butterflies,... Read More

Gavialis gangeticus

Definition noun A crocodilian species belonging to the family Gavialidae endemic to the northern part of the Indian... Read More


Mantis Definition A mantis (plural: mantises or mantes) refers to any of the insects that belong to the order Mantodea... Read More


pant 1. To breathe quickly or in a labored manner, as after exertion or from eagerness or excitement; to respire with... Read More

Bag net

Bag net a bag-shaped net for catching... Read More

You Can Heal Your Life by L. Hay

You Can Heal Your Life      ... Read More


riffle (Science: chemical) A trough or sluice having cleats, grooves, or steps across the bottom for holding quicksilver and... Read More

Acute nephritis

Acute nephritis --> acute glomerulonephritis (Science: nephrology) a disease of the kidneys that results in inflammation of... Read More


warbler 1. One who, or that which, warbles; a singer; a songster; applied chiefly to birds. In lulling strains the feathered... Read More


trawl To take fish, or other marine animals, with a trawl. Origin: OF. Trauler, troller, F. Troter, to drag about, to stroll... Read More


Hatch (Science: ornithology) to produce young; said of eggs; to come forth from the egg; said of the young of birds, fishes,... Read More


sarracenia (Science: botany) A genus of American perrenial herbs growing in bogs; the American pitcher plant. They have... Read More


Frith 1. (Science: geography) a narrow arm of the sea; an estuary; the opening of a river into the sea; as, the frith of... Read More


Definition noun A form of taxis characterized by the directional movement of an organism in response to a current of water... Read More


Kipe An osier basket used for catching fish. Origin: cf. Oe. Kipen to catch, Icel. Kippa to pull, snatch. Cf.... Read More


racket 1. A thin strip of wood, having the ends brought together, forming a somewhat elliptical hoop, across which a network... Read More


steppe One of the vast plains in Southeastern Europe and in asia, generally elevated, and free from wood, analogous to many... Read More


Inoculation Definition In Immunology, inoculation is defined as the process of introducing an antigenic substance or... Read More

Vacuum Behaviour

Behaviour by animals independent of any particular stimulus, there seemingly the behaviour is not induced. For example some... Read More


Anemophily is the cross Pollination between plants as a result of male gametes fertilising a plant via the wind. ... Read More


Flytrap 1 . A trap for catching flies. 2. (Science: botany) a plant (Dionaea muscipula), called also Venus's flytrap, the... Read More


Definition noun (taxonomy) A taxonomic order that includes the crocodilian species Supplement The order Crocodilia is... Read More


Definition noun, plural: crocodilians A vernacular name to pertain to any of the species of the order... Read More

Domestic cat

Definition noun, plural: domestic cats A small domesticated Felis species, e.g. F. domestica or F. catus Supplement The... Read More

Pathobiology Of Broken Heart Syndrome

When someone says "I could die of a broken heart…", chances are, that person may be truly risking life from a broken heart... Read More

Pandemic coronavirus disease COVID-19 feared inevitable

When we thought we are spared by the dreadful coronaviruses, like SARS-CoV, here we are again in a pandemonium over a... Read More

New Zealand’s Unique Fauna

By: Maria Victoria Gonzaga In the previous lesson, we learned about the high biodiversity of New Zealand and how... Read More


solitaire 1. A person who lives in solitude; a recluse; a hermit. 2. A single diamond in a setting; also, sometimes, a... Read More


Bait 1. Any substance, especially. Food, used in catching fish, or other animals, by alluring them to a hook, snare,... Read More


Button 1. A knob; a small ball; a small, roundish mass. 2. A catch, of various forms and materials, used to fasten together... Read More


Hunting The pursuit of game or of wild animals. Happy hunting grounds, the region to which, according to the belief of... Read More

Long-Necked Sea Reptiles Had Unexpected Diet, Fossils Show

By James Owen An artist's conception shows a plesiosaur trawling the ocean floor... Read More

Newfound Ancient Beast Dubbed Godzilla

The fossil of the "Godzilla" croc acquires flesh as a digitized model. The fossil skull... Read More

Researchers simulate complete structure of virus — on a computer

    An overall computer-simulated view of the satellite tobacco mosaic virus credit:... Read More

A Baker’s Dozen Cold Remedies That Still Work A Century Later

LOS ANGELES (Nov. 22, 1999) Even as medical science continues to search into the next century for a cure for the common... Read More