A resident of Buryatia tornado captured on video in the mountains of the Oka area respubiki Buryatia, according to local TV and Radio Company "Arik Us". By roller binds tornado occurrence with global climate change on the planet. Vladimir Daganeev was on a business trip in the village Khuzhir in the Oka region of Buryatia, where he and his colleagues observed the unique natural phenomenon at an altitude of about 3000 meters above sea level. Tornado that almost took out the sky, lifted into the air large amounts of snow, moving over a mountain ridge tundra Oka. The most surprising Read more [...]
Annual height and 90 cm stem is straight, branched. Leaves alternate (except the bottom), petiolate, entire or toothed, of unequal-shaped or hastate hanging down, and usually oriented edge-on to the middle part of the stem, to lanceolate, obliquely upwards towards the top of the branches and plants. All the leaves are green on both sides of one color. Flowers in dense spike inflorescence. Pistillate flowers are wrapped in rhombic or ovate-rhombic bracteoles, mostly lanceolate, acute, usually with a few teeth. Blooms from July to September, fruiting in August.
Common in Europe, except in the Read more [...]
Shrub up to 5 m tall, with thick gray branches rather brittle, densely velvety tomentose or pubescent. Flower buds up to 11 mm long, lanceolate or ovate, to turn away from the top half of the shoot, with the tip bent back; scales brownish or reddish-brown, glabrous or pubescent. Leaves oblanceolate or obovate, widest above the middle, top dirty green, depressed on veins, below the gray-green, with prominent veins, usually pubescent on both sides, finely serrate or coarsely vygryzenno-serrate. Blooms before deployment leaves or simultaneously with it. Catkins sessile, with small leaves at the Read more [...]
The subtle body ermine reaches a length of 30 cm, tail up to 12 cm hair coat in winter is white, except for the black tip of the tail, in the summer - brown, except for the neck and casings, whose color off-white or pale yellow. Pubescence low but thick and soft.
Stoats live in almost all regions of the USSR, except for islands of the Arctic Ocean, the Crimea, the Caucasus and desert areas of Central Asia and southern Kazakhstan. Abroad stoats are found in China, Mongolia, Korea, in the northern part of Japan, North America, Western Europe, Algeria, Turkey, near the Egyptian United Arab Republic, Read more [...]
For many diseases, there are natural natural remedies, if you know where to look. For millennia, medicine and drugs were made from various herbs, plants and natural substances, and many of them are currently in use, are made from plant materials. Not all traditional medicines are approved by modern doctors, some were based more on the association with the plant, than on their medicinal properties - although unusual color and appearance are often characteristic. Such plants as pimpernel field and burdock, used to cleanse the blood, are mostly red, and those that are used to treat jaundice, including Read more [...]
Single biennial with procumbent and ascending, weak shoots up to 35 cm, branched, glabrous or appressed bristly-haired. The leaves are soft, shadow, drying easily turning black, oblong-lanceolate, 2-4 cm long and 1-2 cm wide, the lower - spathulate, narrowed into petiole, opposite, upper - alternate. Flowers solitary, located in the axils of leaves and stalk branches on long thin stalks at flowering even more elongated and arcuate bend. Calyx slightly pubescent with appressed hairs, split into five lanceolate or pro
dolgovato teeth, increasing in fruit and becoming stellate-stretched, up to Read more [...]
Annual plant up to 60 cm with branched stems and dlinnochereshkovye triangular-ovate leaves with teeth at base, directed downward, and narrow upper leaves with teeth facing up (the middle leaves teeth directed laterally). Flowers are usually three-term, assembled spherical glomeruli in the axils of leafy inflorescences. Perianth in fruit fleshy, blushing, berry-like. Flowers in July = August, fruiting in August-September.
Spread almost all over Europe, except in the far north, in the Caucasus, in small, medium, and Central Asia. In Russia, found in many areas of the European part, except for Read more [...]
Biennial (rarely annual) sparsely pubescent, grayish plant height from 5 to 80 cm, with erect stems, spreading branched at the top. The leaves are alternate, oblong-lanceolate, 3-8 cm long, flat or folded lengthwise, green, erect hairs or gray hairs from nearly adjacent, densely arranged on the stem, the lower as it narrowed into petiole, upper sessile. The flowers are small, clustered in long curls that form a racemose or corymbose total inflorescence. Calyx at flowering to 9 mm in length, almost to the base into linear lobes, with fruits fraction longer and stellate folded down. Corolla blue Read more [...]