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By Sandro Pignatti

Plant life d'Italia è l. a. ristampa di un'opera prestigiosa in tre volumi consistent with un totale di oltre 2300 pagine. Raccoglie un'impressionante quantità di informazioni e dati utili a delineare un landscape completo della flowers italiana. Il testo, coordinato dal Prof. Sandro Pignatti, uno dei massimi esperti in materia, si presenta ricchissimo di dettagli e riferimenti desunti dalla esperienza di illustri studiosi che hanno costituito il comitato di redazione dell'opera. Da segnalare l'inserimento di migliaia di disegni a corredo della descrizione essenziale ma completa delle singole specie e los angeles rilegatura dei volumi in tela e oro con cofanetto.

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This is global warming. What is Climate Change? Our climate is changing because of global warming. The climate is the average weather in a particular place over a long period of time. For example, the climate of a desert is hot and dry. The climate of the North Pole is very cold. Global warming is heating up the Earth. This is changing the climates of planet Earth. 41 Why is Climate Change a Problem? How Do Plants Affect Climate Change? As Earth becomes warmer, ice at the North and South Poles will melt.

If we all manage to save a little, this could make a huge difference to our planet. 42 43 atmosphere (AT muhss fihr) — the layer of gases that surrounds Earth carpel (KAR puhl) — the female part of a flower cell (sel) — the tiny structure from which all living things are made chlorophyll (KLOR uh fil) — the green matter in plants deficiency (di FISH uhn see) — lacking in something dispersal (diss PURSS uhl) — when something spreads over an area energy (EN uhr jee) — the ability to do work. Plants use energy from the Sun to live and grow.

If coconuts fall on a beach, the sea may carry them away. They can survive in the water for many weeks. Eventually, they might wash up on another beach. There they can grow into a new coconut tree. SLEEPY SEEDS This seed is hooked onto a mammal’s fur. Eventually it will drop off and it may grow into a new plant. 30 Seeds must have the right conditions to grow into a new plant. Until they do, they can lie inactive, or dormant, for many years. Being dormant is like being in a long sleep. 31 Seeds can survive a long time.

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