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Creating depth is not the easiest task however keeping the golden ration in mind it can be done. The first thing to remember is to avoid positioning the rocks from left to right across the middle in a straight line which just looks two-dimentional and very unnatural looking. So I recommend planting and positioning in layers starting from the front to the back leaving a small gap in between and from low to high. With time and experience you will become more bold and challenging with your aquascaping and start creating some amazing looking scapes.

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True mangroves include about 54 species in 20 genera belonging to 16 families (Das ., 2002). These are mostly tree or woody shrubs flourished in the estuarine zone along the coastline of the tropical world. The primary characteristic feature of this community is their tolerance to NaCl up to and above the salt concentration of seawater (500 mM) (Parida ., 2004). On the basis of their salt management strategy, they are either secretors or non-secretors (Sugihara ., 2000). The secretors have salt glands or glandular hairs on the leaf surface for excretion of excess salt, while the rest ones do not. , the gray mangrove belonging to the family Avicenniaceae is considered as a secretor due to the presence of non-glandular hairs on both its abaxial and adaxial leaf surfaces and salt glands on the abaxial leaf surface (Das, 1999).


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Eubacteria consists of more typical bacteriafound in everyday life. The kingdom Eubacteria belongs to thisdomain.

In the mycelium, each fungal cell is separated from each otherby a septum. Each fungal cell may have one or more nuclei andremains connected to the mycelium because the septa are porous,allowing cytoplasm to flow through the hyphae and fungal cellwalls, made of a hard material called chitin. Somefungi do not have septa, and they appear to be large, branching,multinucleate cells.


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Bit like Heminathus. Once you’ve removed this aquarium plant out of its pot, all you need to do is trim the rockwool off so you have about 10mm left. Then you can cut the plant into 6/8 pieces (depending on pot size) and plant straight into the substrate. The rock wool will help to anchor the plant and keep it where you want it to.

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Because it’s so easy to grow and Micranthemum monte carlo care is so easy! You see Heminathus callitrichoides is the most similar plant to this and as mentioned above, it is far harder to grow, and that’s not what hobbyists want. People want aquarium plants that look pretty and grow easily. Now no aquatic plant (to my knowledge) is genetically modified and as a result, we have to work with what we have. But Micranthemum monte carlo care, comes as close to a GM product as any, because it ticks all the right boxes. You can grow it in high light, low light, CO2 tank, non CO2 tank. Literally take your pick. Sure you’ll get much better results if you place it in a high tech CO2 tank (what plant wouldn’t), but my point is how adaptable it genuinely is.

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Viruses are the smallest biological particle(The tiniest are only 20 nm in diameter). However, they are notbiological organisms so they are not classified in any kingdom ofliving things. They do not have any organelles and cannot respireor executive metabolic functions. Viruses are merely strands of DNAor RNA surrounded by a protective protein coat called acapsid. Viruses only come to life when they haveinvaded a cell. Outside of a host cell, viruses are completelyinert.