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The Ocelot - Wanted Poster

Character Name: Ocelot Latin Name: Leopardus pardalis Class: Mammals Size: 120 - 150cm Weight: up to 20kg Age: 7 - 16 years Appearance: mackerel coat Sex Dimorphism: yes Type of Diet: carnivore Food: small mammals and fish Distribution: Central America , South America native origin: South America sleep-wake-rhythm: nocturnal habitat: tropical rainforest natural enemies: jaguar, venomous and constrictive sexual maturity: from about the age of three mating season: all year round gestation period: 80 - 85 days litter size: 1 - 3 juveniles social behavior: Least Endangered: Yes You can find further profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
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Gene regulation by substrate induction

The example of lactose (Lac-operon) The substrate induction is based on the operon model of Jacob and Monod. If lactose is present in the cell in the prokaryote E. coli, it binds to the repressor, which is thereby inactivated. This allows the RNA polymerase to run off and synthesizes the three enzymes lacZ, lacY, lacA to break down the lactose.
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Fission rule (2nd Mendelian rule)

Definition and example - easily explained The fission rule states that in the case of a heterozygous parental generation (both flowers with wR), the branch generation1 splits into different types of phD. In dominant-recessive genomes, 3/4 of the flowers show the phenotype of the dominant gene (R).
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Vegan

What is a vegan? Definition: Veganism is a form of nutrition that completely dispenses with all products of animal origin. These include primarily fish, any kind of meat (beef, chicken, poultry, pork ...) and also seafood.
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Neon (Ne) - Properties

Atomic mass, symbol and atomic number Neon is a naturally occurring element with the elementary symbol Ne and atomic number 10. In the periodic table it stands with an atomic mass of 20,179 u in the 8th main group. The chemical element discovered by William Ramsay in 1898 is not radioactive and is in a gaseous state at room temperature.
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Histamine

Biosynthesis, Function and Effects Histamine is a biogenic amine widely distributed in the animal and plant kingdoms. In the human body, it acts both as a hormone and as a neurotransmitter. In its function as a hormone histamine is very versatile: it is the main messenger in natural defense reactions of the body, eg.
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