Thursday, April 21, 2005

 

Cell Division


Certain species of oranges are composed entirely of orange cells.

In species composed of orange cells, growth is accomplished via orange cell division.

Pictured is an illustration of orange cell division. This is a commonly-known illustration, found in many popular orange biology textbooks. Posted by Hello

Comments:
Rebecca, this was inspired by your suggestions, and if I'm in the right mood, there will be more. :)

To everyone else who has sent me ideas or left messages - many thanks and I will get to as many as I can. Inspiration comes in funny spurts, so sometimes it takes me awhile.
 
Zoinks! This one's right up my alley!
 
Do oranges keep pets?
 
It's true then. It's all true. I didn't want to believe it, but how can I go on with my head in the sand?

Thank you for opening my eyes to this.
 
It's very true indeed. Experienced artsy scientists and sciency artists like our friend Tracy here can verify it for you.

Yes, oranges keep cute, fruity pets. I will see if I can get an orange friend of mine to pose for some photographs.
 
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