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15It is no secret that the price of electricity is steadily increasing each year. Still, thanks to this new <a href="http://memobuidr.co/J0CJZACeQWw9iJvOZVtHkpX2zClr4hvby1UgfHNb2FPeCYbPRg" http:="" microsoft.com="" style="font-weight:bold;" target="blank">Nikola-Tesla-inspired technology,</a> consumers can save hundreds to thousands of dollars every year on their electric bills.<br />
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17Just this year, a new study suggested that most Americans are overpaying for electricity by a whopping 35.4 billion dollars per year.<br />
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19<b style="background-color:#FFFF00;">EcoWatt Pro</b> reduces this noise, therefore decreases the amount of electricity wasted. It does not change what the meter reads or <a href="http://memobuidr.co/J0CJZACeQWw9iJvOZVtHkpX2zClr4hvby1UgfHNb2FPeCYbPRg" http:="" microsoft.com="" style="font-weight:bold;" target="blank">steal extra power from anywhere,</a> and it just uses the energy more efficiently, therefor needing less of it.<br />
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37<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:5px;">While convergent evolution is often illustrated with animal examples, it has often occurred in plant evolution. For instance, C4 photosynthesis, one of the three major carbon-fixing biochemical processes, has arisen independently up to 40 times. About 7,600 plant species of angiosperms use C4 carbon fixation, with many monocots including 46% of grasses such as maize and sugar cane, and dicots including several species in the Chenopodiaceae and the Amaranthaceae. Fruits A good example of convergence in plants is the evolution of edible fruits such as apples. These pomes incorporate (five) carpels and their accessory tissues forming the apple&#39;s core, surrounded by structures from outside the botanical fruit, the receptacle or hypanthium. Other edible fruits include other plant tissues; for example, the fleshy part of a tomato is the walls of the pericarp. This implies convergent evolution under selective pressure, in this case the competit
38 ion for seed dispersal by animals through consumption of fleshy fruits. Seed dispersal by ants (myrmecochory) has evolved independently more than 100 times, and is present in more than 11,000 plant species. It is one of the most dramatic examples of convergent evolution in biology. Carnivory Molecular convergence in carnivorous plants Carnivory has evolved multiple times independently in plants in widely separated groups. In three species studied, Cephalotus follicularis, Nepenthes alata and Sarracenia purpurea, there has been convergence at the molecular level. Carnivorous plants secrete enzymes into the digestive fluid they produce. By studying phosphatase, glycoside hydrolase, glucanase, RNAse and chitinase enzymes as well as a pathogenesis-related protein and a thaumatin-related protein, the authors found many convergent amino acid substitutions. These changes were not at the enzymes&#39; catalytic sites, but rather on the exposed surfaces of the proteins, where they might inter
39 act with other components of the cell or the digestive fluid. The authors also found that homologous genes in the non-carnivorous plant Arabidopsis thaliana tend to have their expression increased when the plant is stressed, leading the authors to suggest that stress-responsive proteins have often been co-opted in the repeated evolution of ca</span><br />
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