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Welcome to the demonstration site of the Radiant premium WoltLab style. Radiant is a clean and elegant WoltLab style that suits to any type of a community site. Radiant includes a manually-coded slider in the header; localStorage-based layout options for forum, articles, blog & filebase; organized User Account menu; revamp user profile page and among others. You may test its user functionality using the following login credentials:

  • USERNAME: WLUser
  • PASSWORD: WLPass

or you can register a new account. Take note though that any content created from WLUser or from any new accounts will be deleted from time to time as we deemed appropriate.

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  • Lauderdale Reacted with Haha to WLUser’s post in the thread Plant Families and Orders.

    The flight of the owl is softened by means of especially shaped, recurved feather-tips, so that he may noiselessly steal upon his prey, and the ear is also so shaped as to gather sounds from below.
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  • Lauderdale Replied to the thread Inorganic Plant Toxins and Stimulants.

    Chlorine is found in small amounts in the sap and in the ash of nearly all plants. However, it does not appear to be essential to the growth of a plant, except possibly in the case of certain species, such as asparagus, buckwheat, and, perhaps, turnips…
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  • Mirona Vicovean Replied to a comment by Doriana Malcoci on WLUser’s wall.

    There are living to-day somewhere about 150,000 species of flowering plants; half a hundred conifers or gymnosperms; about 3,500 ferns; 500 club mosses; over 70,000 bacteria, fungi, and lichens, and probably over 20,000 species of algæ.
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  • Mirona Vicovean Replied to the thread A Gymnosperm or Naked-seeded Plant.

    Upon the ability of like to produce like rests the continuity of those plant groups, well exemplified by Lycopodium Selago and the ginkgo, which, through all the changing panorama of the history of the plant world, have steadily produced individuals so
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  • Carol Jensen Replied to a comment by Doriana Malcoci on WLUser’s wall.

    Not only does the plant world furnish us with all the multitudinous products that we have already noticed, but it makes possible the beautifying of our homes and parks.
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  • Carol Jensen Replied to the thread A Gymnosperm or Naked-seeded Plant.

    There are a variety of plants which furnish products known as hemp, but commercially only three are of much importance, the plant universally known under that name, the Manila hemp, and sisal. All of them are used chiefly for cordage. The hemp of the…
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