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National Geographic Sex Drugs And Plants 720p HDTV x264-ViLD
12 April 2011

National Geographic Sex Drugs And Plants 720p HDTV x264-ViLD

National Geographic Sex Drugs And Plants 720p HDTV x264-ViLD
HDTV x264-ViLD | MKV | English | 46min | 1.09 GB | 1280x720 | x264 2819kbps 29.970fps | AC3  
Genre: Documentary 


ex, Drugs and Plants' gives an insight into the fascinating world of plants. By feeling, "hearing," smelling and tasting, these plants continue their journey through the undergrowth, in a bid for survival. Scientists and experts reveal the skills and tricks that plants use to survive, with predatory plants using every trick in the book to entice a meal, including sniffing out their prey. Exploring the defences plants employ to save themselves from harm, featuring the amazing acacia, which commands an ant army to fend off unwanted visitors. Experts also investigate how human intervention affects the plants, including a fascinating look at how technological advances could change the future of farming.

From commanding ant armies to defend them or ‘sniffing’ out their prey, plants use all the skills and tricks at their disposal to survive.

Invasive Terrestrial Plants (Invasive Species)
16 May 2011

Invasive Terrestrial Plants (Invasive Species)

Invasive Terrestrial Plants (Invasive Species)

2006 | 111 | ISBN: 0791091287 | PDF | 4 Mb

Terrestrial or land plants use sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to make food. Plants have mineral requirements, just like animals, to maintain their tissues and cells. For terrestrial plants, these nutrients come from the soil. Terrestrial plants can be either woody or herbaceous. An example of a woody plant is a tree. Grasses and other plants with nonwoody stems are herbaceous plants. Terrestrial plants get their nutrients primarily from root absorption in the soil. Aquatic or wetland plants get their nutrients from root absorption in wetlands, oceans, rivers, or streams....
UKTV - Plants Behaving Badly (2013) COMPLETE PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
29 December 2013

UKTV - Plants Behaving Badly (2013) COMPLETE PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
UKTV - Plants Behaving Badly (2013) PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
English | 2x~44min | H264 | 960x540 | 25.00fps 2171 Kbps | AAC 159 Kbps 48.0khz | 2x694MiB
Genre: Documentary

Plants Behaving Badly reveals a world of deceit and treachery worthy of any fictional thriller. Two groups of plants exhibit such intriguing behaviour that a century and a half ago they attracted the attention of Charles Darwin, and these same plants still fascinate scientists today. In these two films, Plants Behaving Badly reveals a world of deceit and treachery worthy of any fictional thriller. Darwin’s book on 'On The Origin Of Species’ shook the scientific world. Yet it was his next book, devoted entirely to orchids that filled in the gaps and clarified his revolutionary ideas. Orchids have an ethereal beauty, whether growing hundreds of feet up in a misty rainforest or along the verges of busy suburban roads. But their exotic flowers are shaped for just one purpose – to seduce pollinators. In part one of Plants Behaving Badly, we’ll get up close and personal with these extraordinary plants. Scientists have recently shown that many more plants are carnivorous than we had ever thought. In part two, we welcome the world of killer tomatoes and murderous potatoes. Carnivorous plants have featured in many sci-fi films over the years, but the reality turns out to be far stranger than the fiction.
The Gnomon Workshop - Creating Trees in Maya Paint Effects-PLATO
30 November 2012

The Gnomon Workshop - Creating Trees in Maya Paint Effects-PLATO

The Gnomon Workshop - Creating Trees in Maya Paint Effects-PLATO
English | DVD ISO | 1280x720 | mpeg4, h264, yuv420p, 15.00 fps(r) | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 5.23 GB
Genre: eLearning

Creating Trees in Maya: Paint Effects The Gnomon Workshop: Date: 2012-11-27 Disks: xx/54: In this DVD, Alex demonstrates how to use the Paint Effects engine in Maya to create realistic trees. We begin by looking at the default PFX library, which has been converted to polygons for a Mental Ray workflow in an interactive instancer driven scene. Alex then thoroughly demonstrates how to customize a tree, using a library preset as a start point. All relevant paint effects attributes as discussed so that it becomes clear how to create trees that match the desired look for branching leaves and behavior. Creating custom textures in Photoshop and setting up miaMaterials is then explored using Physical Sun/Sky and photographic camera exposure.
National Geographic - Sex, Drugs And Plants (2011) HDTV XviD-ViLD
11 April 2011

National Geographic - Sex, Drugs And Plants (2011) HDTV XviD-ViLD
National Geographic - Sex, Drugs And Plants (2011) HDTV XviD-ViLD
Language: English
00:46:44 | 624x352 | XviD - 1047Kbps | 25.000fps | MP3 - 112Kbps | 350MB
Genre: Documentary

Sex, Drugs and Plants' gives an insight into the fascinating world of plants. By feeling, "hearing," smelling and tasting, these plants continue their journey through the undergrowth, in a bid for survival. Scientists and experts reveal the skills and tricks that plants use to survive, with predatory plants using every trick in the book to entice a meal, including sniffing out their prey. Exploring the defences plants employ to save themselves from harm, featuring the amazing acacia, which commands an ant army to fend off unwanted visitors. Experts also investigate how human intervention affects the plants, including a fascinating look at how technological advances could change the future of farming.
National Geographic - Sex, Drugs And Plants (2011) HDTV 720p x264-ViLD
11 April 2011

National Geographic - Sex, Drugs And Plants (2011) HDTV 720p x264-ViLD
National Geographic - Sex, Drugs And Plants (2011) HDTV 720p x264-ViLD
Language: English
00:46:44 | 1280x720 | x264 - 2959Kbps | 25.000fps | AC3 - 384Kbps | 1.09GB
Genre: Documentary

Sex, Drugs and Plants' gives an insight into the fascinating world of plants. By feeling, "hearing," smelling and tasting, these plants continue their journey through the undergrowth, in a bid for survival. Scientists and experts reveal the skills and tricks that plants use to survive, with predatory plants using every trick in the book to entice a meal, including sniffing out their prey. Exploring the defences plants employ to save themselves from harm, featuring the amazing acacia, which commands an ant army to fend off unwanted visitors. Experts also investigate how human intervention affects the plants, including a fascinating look at how technological advances could change the future of farming.
BSkyB - Kingdom of Plants 2of4 Solving the Secrets (2012) 720p BDRip HD x264 AAC-MVGroup
28 July 2012

BSkyB - Kingdom of Plants 2of4 Solving the Secrets (2012) 720p BDRip HD x264 AAC-MVGroup
BSkyB - Kingdom of Plants 2of4 Solving the Secrets (2012) 720p BDRip HD x264 AAC-MVGroup
Language: English
52 Min | 1280 x 720 | x264 | 23.976fps | ACC - 48.0KHz | 1.45 GiB
Genre:

Part 2: Solving the Secrets
Bladderwort utricularia is a pond-dweller that is among the fastest known, its traps snapping shut in less than a millisecond. As the seasons change, David demonstrates how plants operate on a different time scale to us; how they modify their lives according to the time of year. We discover insects’ hidden links with plants, both as pests and pollinators. UV-sensitive 3D cameras reveal the invisible alter-ego of plants and their flowers’ mesmerizing patterns; a parallel-dimension of strange colours and stunning patterns through which plants communicate with them. With the aid of visual effects, David steps among the swirling vortices of plant scent; communication signals with which plants are inextricably plugged in to the natural world. And using a tuning fork, he demonstrates how plants and insects can even communicate with music. As autumn envelopes the Gardens, fungi reveal themselves not as the enemies of plants but their vital allies. In Kew’s atmospheric Fungarium, David discovers a specimen that has the power of mind control and another that lives underground where it has grown to be so big it can be counted as the largest single organism on the planet. It is 6 times bigger than Kew Gardens itself.
BSkyB - Kingdom of Plants 2of4 Solving the Secrets (2012) DvDrip XviD AC3-MVGroup
28 July 2012

BSkyB - Kingdom of Plants 2of4 Solving the Secrets (2012) DvDrip XviD AC3-MVGroup
BSkyB - Kingdom of Plants 2of4 Solving the Secrets (2012) DvDrip XviD AC3-MVGroup
Language: English
50 Min | 832 x 464 | XviD - 1879Kbps | 25.000fps | AC3 - 192Kbps | 746 MB
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Part 2: Solving the Secrets
Bladderwort utricularia is a pond-dweller that is among the fastest known, its traps snapping shut in less than a millisecond. As the seasons change, David demonstrates how plants operate on a different time scale to us; how they modify their lives according to the time of year. We discover insects’ hidden links with plants, both as pests and pollinators. UV-sensitive 3D cameras reveal the invisible alter-ego of plants and their flowers’ mesmerizing patterns; a parallel-dimension of strange colours and stunning patterns through which plants communicate with them. With the aid of visual effects, David steps among the swirling vortices of plant scent; communication signals with which plants are inextricably plugged in to the natural world. And using a tuning fork, he demonstrates how plants and insects can even communicate with music. As autumn envelopes the Gardens, fungi reveal themselves not as the enemies of plants but their vital allies. In Kew’s atmospheric Fungarium, David discovers a specimen that has the power of mind control and another that lives underground where it has grown to be so big it can be counted as the largest single organism on the planet. It is 6 times bigger than Kew Gardens itself.
Bioactive Medicinal Plants
15 March 2013

Bioactive Medicinal Plants
Bioactive Medicinal Plants By Dharamvir Hota
February 16, 2007 | ISBN-10: 8189729195 | 276 pages | PDF | 12.1 Mb


Medicinal plants are plants whose extracts can be used directly or indirectly for the treatment of different ailments. In the world more than 30 per cent of the pharmaceutical preparations are based on plants. Scientists throughout the world are trying to explore the precious assets of medicinal plants to help the suffering humanity. An increasing reliance on the use of medicinal plants in the industrialised societies has been traced to the extraction and development of several drugs and chemotherapeutics from these plants. The medicinal values of these plants are due to the presence of small doses of active compounds which produces physiological actions in the human and animal body.
The Kingdom of Plants: The Diversity of Plants in Kew Gardens
16 July 2013

The Kingdom of Plants: The Diversity of Plants in Kew Gardens

The Kingdom of Plants: The Diversity of Plants in Kew Gardens By Will Benson
2012 | 256 Pages | ISBN: 0007463332 | EPUB | 135 MB

This book accompanies the landmark television series Kingdom of Plants 3D: With David Attenborough. In the last 500 million years, plants have undertaken an epic journey that has not only spanned the ages but has altered the very make-up of the planet. It was a journey that began in a dark and barren world, and has culminated in a planet that is draped in rich colours, and overflowing with a diversity of mystifying orchids, exploding seed pods and snapping carnivorous plants.