Physics:Chemistry in Creation

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Physics:Chemistry in Creation

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If you can't make sounds and you have limited vision, then chemistry becomes a vital form of communication. A trail from just one milligram of the scent of leave-cut ant is enough to lead a column of ants three times around the world. But no where is the chemical form of communication more important than in sexual reproduction.

  • Added:2006
  • Country:Britain
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  • Language:English
  • Duration:30
  • Time of update:2011/8/15 16:18:37

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