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Dehiscence is the splitting of a mature plant structure along a built-in line of weakness to release its contents. This is common among fruits, anthers and sporangia. Sometimes this involves the complete detachment of a part; structures that open in this way are said to be dehiscent. Structures that do not open in this way are called indehiscent, and rely on other mechanisms such as decay or predation to release the contents.

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Explosive dehiscence is a ballistic form of dispersal that flings seeds or spores far from the parent plant. This rapid plant movement can achieve limited dispersal without the assistance of animals. A notable example is the sandbox tree (Hura crepitans), which can fling seeds 100 meters (300 ft) and has been called the "dynamite tree" due to the loud sound it generates. Another example is Impatiens, whose explosive dehiscence is triggered by being touched, leading it to be called the "touch-me-not". Ecballium elaterium, the "squirting cucumber", uses explosive dehiscence to disperse its seeds, ejecting them from matured fruit in a stream of mucilaginous liquid. Explosive dehiscence of sporangia is a characteristic of Sphagnum.[1]

While Disney is mainly known for its magical and child-friendly image, there are moments when it also gives some socially aware messages through its movies and TV shows that are not only for kids but adults as well. Many of which have left viewers with hard-headed lessons or made them cry, in a good way. Moreover, for every problem, there is always a solution shown through encouragement, bravery, friendship, and love. Just to show that while there is evil, there is also good in the world.

Coco is a brilliant combination of friendship, passion, betrayal, and love. One of the reasons why this movie stands out from the rest is because it explores the taboo of life and death. This is something that is not discussed a lot in animated movies.

The specific activity of the endoperoxides in the male assay only, with no clear female activity, is a surprising finding. The mode of action of endoperoxides is thought to require heme-mediated activation of the endoperoxide bridge, generating cytotoxic metabolites that cause oxidative damage to the cell (34, 35). An alternative hypothesis that has been suggested is that endoperoxides interfere with calcium homeostasis within the parasite by a direct interaction with PfATP6 (36). When mature, gametocytes of both sexes have metabolized the erythrocyte hemoglobin, which is the likely causative agent underpinning the high sensitivity of asexual and early gametocytes to endoperoxides. Endoperoxide activity against mature male gametocytes could therefore represent a residual male-specific source of heme, an alternative mode of action, a differential in the uptake of endoperoxides favoring uptake into mature male gametocytes over mature female gametocytes, or simply a by-product of the relative fragility of the male gametocyte. Given the widespread use of artemisinin combination therapies (ACTs) around the world for treating malaria, further study should be given to these findings to determine if they are clinically relevant. To date, field data suggest that ACTs have only a moderate impact on transmission, which is caused by reductions in the time of gametocyte carriage and in the proportion of infected mosquitoes after feeding on an infected individual (37). While reductions in gametocyte carriage by endoperoxides are likely caused by the downstream effects of the elimination of asexual parasitemia and early-stage gametocytes from the afflicted individual, our data suggest that it may be plausible that the immediate reduction in the proportion of infected mosquitoes is caused by direct endoperoxide-mediated inhibition of exflagellation.

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Set in a medieval fantasy world where walking corpses, limbstorn apart and splatters of blood are all drawn in a superb mangastyle, TWIN BLADES has all it takes to please hardcore gamersseeking strong visual experiences. Its eclectic inspirationsranging from Japanese anime subculture to Italian adult movies arethe hallmark of men of good taste.

In just five days, the civil rights story has already matched the seven-weekgross of a more high profile summer film that also targeted older adults- Larry Crowne starring Tom Hanks andJulia Roberts. As expected, mature women made up the bulk of the audiencefor Help. Studio research showed that60% of the crowd was over 35 and 74% was female. Disney did, however, reportthat the male share has increased everyday since opening. TheHelp looks on track to race past the $100M mark, especiallyif the final film releases of the summer fail to excite adult women. Thatwould allow it to outgross such mega-budgeted summer films as Cowboys& Aliens and Green Lantern.Help cost only $25M to produce.

The four-week late-summer parade of horror movies kicked off with the3D sequel Final Destination 5 whichdebuted to $18M in third place. Averaging a respectable $5,715 from 3,155sites, the latest R-rated installment in the eleven-year-old fright franchisedelivered the third best (or third worst) opening for the series as the2000 and 2003 chapters premiered lower while the most recent two pics openedbetter. In fact, each film delivered a better bow than its predecessoruntil now with 2009's 3D entry The Final Destinationreaching series highs with a $27.4M debut and $66.5M total.

Enjoying the lowest decline among all wide releases, TheSmurfs followed in fourth with $13.7M for a low 34% drop. Smurfetteand company broke the century mark on Sunday after 17 days and finishedthe weekend with an impressive $101.8M. Positive buzz from families andan utter lack of competition for kids has allowed the Sony hit to excel.Overseas audiences are loving The Smurfstoo as the kidpic banked an explosive $60M bumping HarryPotter from the top of the international marketplace after afour-week reign. With $141M overseas and $243M worldwide to date, the globaltally looks well on its way to $450M or more.

Their love is chaste yet electric, quiet yet explosive. Snow keeps falling to dampen any melodrama. Throughout, director Tomas Alfredson frames his ominous shots in Scandinavian linear bliss; if Ikea built a horror-movie set, this is what it would look like.

THE movie world is oddly resistant to forces of change - and oddly vulnerable to them, at the same time. Resistance comes largely from the sheer cost of movies. Filmmaking is as much an industry as an art, and there's nothing an industry likes more than safe, proven formulas.

Theaters and distributors weren't equipped, however, to give every promising picture the energetic promotion most movies need. Video stores - increasingly dominated by powerful chains - showed a strong preference for presold hits.

Markets for offbeat movies shrank, even as independent companies' production schedules swelled - resulting in a rash of ``indie'' closings and bankruptcies. Financial and artistic clout in the movie world still have their center of gravity in a handful of major studios, which are themselves owned largely by huge conglomerates. And many studios have started to buy up theaters - regaining a monopolistic control that was taken away from them by court order in the late 1940s.

The '80s also found room for plenty of pictures aimed at mature, intelligent spectators. Veteran screenwriter Horton Foote made a stunning comeback with ``Tender Mercies'' and ``The Trip to Bountiful,'' ``1918,'' and ``On Valentine's Day.'' French director Louis Malle celebrated the importance of great conversation in ``My Dinner With Andre,'' and literary sources inspired such superb works as ``The Dead,'' directed by the late John Huston, and ``Babette's Feast,'' by Danish filmmaker Gabriel Axel.

Most important, the trend toward thoughtful - and sometimes controversial - filmmaking appeared to be on the upswing as the '80s drew to a close. Spike Lee's explosive ``Do the Right Thing'' dealt unflinchingly with racial problems in the American inner city, while Michael Moore's bittersweet ``Roger & Me'' looked at the effects of corporate decisionmaking on the lives of ordinary people. Both were made by mavericks working outside the Hollywood system. Yet both were distributed by major studios - Universal and Warner Bros. If these movies are harbingers of things to come, the '90s could be a most exciting decade.

The DCEU has found its niche to the MCU in that their stand-alone movies tend to be significantly more successful than the big crossover movies, plus they allow their filmmakers more freedom than Marvel and actually make R-rated films so they should continue doing all that to contrast and stand ground against the MCU. 041b061a72


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