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Time spent amongst trees is never wasted time 🌹🌺🌻
Have a nice day ☺ 🌺 🌹

#naturephotos #beautyofnature 
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Get yourself, and the kids back to the garden

"They complain about garden chores, as kids are supposed to do, but once they start they get caught up in the softness of the dirt and the smell of the day and it is hours later when they come back into the house. Seeds for this basket of beans were poked into the ground by their fingers back in May. Seeing them plant and harvest makes me feel like a good mother, teaching them how to provide for themselves."
Botanist and nature writer Robin Wall Kimmerer http://bit.ly/2nr75Lr

http://bit.ly/2nr75Lr

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Stripping away the cells of the spinach leaf leaves behind the cellulose capillary structure of the leaf. Building human tissue on this structure then creates a viable organ.

In theory.

If it actually pans out, it could revolutionize medicine and demolish the black market for human organs. 

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Spring Construction Paper Crafts for Kids
Grab some construction paper and some glue and create these fun rainbow flowers!

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"By peeling away the cells from a spinach leaf and seeding the cellulose matrix left behind with heart cells, researchers were able to create a beating sheet of human heart tissue—complete with a functional vascular system. The proof-of-concept experiment, appearing in the May issue of Biomaterials, provides an intriguing plant-based approach to generating realistic tissues for grafts and transplants.
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Basically, the researchers first pumped a detergent solution through the leaves’ veins, which stripped away the plant cells over several days. Then, the researchers pumped in cells that blanket human blood vessels so they could re-line the leaves' pipes. Lastly, the researchers seeded the outside of the leaves with human heart cells, which took to their plant-based skeleton.
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Over the course of a 21-day experiment, the heart cells started spontaneously beating, like normal heart tissue. The researchers also found that mock-blood could flow through the system. The researchers did similar experiments with parts of parsley and peanut plants.

This study is simply a first step. The whole process needs optimization and further development to create viable, resilient tissue for transplants. And it’s currently unclear how leaf-shaped tissue sheets could work as graft tissue or combine to create an artificial organ. Still, the researchers are optimistic and are forging ahead with the idea."

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Rose Marie in the rain

#flowers #rose
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Looking over the lake 👀 (📷: @matteorighiphotography)


#love like beauty flower give our Soul the happiness
#if we put love water and flower three elements
#make our live saw pure water is a soul for Live
#love to complete live flower the beauty of live

#tulip #flower #colour #coloyrful #keukenhof #voilet #orange #red #yellow #nature #par
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