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 Where Does Hydrogen Come From for the Plant?

Answer Organic compounds like amino acids, sugars and nucleic acids all contain hydrogen atoms. The plant derives the carbons, hydrogens and oxygens necessary to make these molecules from reactions that t... Read More »
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Where does the aglaonema house plant come from?

Aglaonema is also called Chinese evergreen, but most varieties do not come from China. Aglaonema originates in Burma, Thailand, Borneo, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia and southern China. These t... Read More »
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Where does the Chinese Lantern Plant come from?

The Chinese lantern plant is native to southeastern Europe, and to Japan.
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Where did the name hydrogen come from?

The name of the element hydrogen derives from the Greek words "hudôr" and "gennan." Hudôr means water and gennan translates as generate. An appropriate name considering the fact that hydrogen joi... Read More »
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Apple seeds come from apples. orange seeds come from oranges, where does grass seed come from?

If you lived in the valley I live in you wouldn't need to ask. Grass seed comes from grass.Before grass goes to see, it pollinates, and your allergic neighbor (or you, if you're unlucky) can't go o... Read More »
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