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14 Янв 2021, 06:05
Нападающий «Ростова» Прошляков перешел в «Велес»

Нападающий «Ростова» Данила Прошляков перешел в московский «Велес». Об этом сообщает официальный сайт Олимп — Футбольной национальной лиги (Олимп — ФНЛ).

Сообщается, что аренда Прошлякова рассчитана до конца нынешнего сезона.

После 26 туров Олимп — ФНЛ «Велес» набрал 49 очков и расположился на шестом месте в турнирной таблице.

«Ростов» с 32 очками идет на пятом месте в турнирной таблице Российской премьер-лиги (РПЛ) после 19 туров.

Ранее сообщалось, что ЦСКА сыграет со сборной свободных агентов Испании.

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19 Янв 2021, 03:13

Even though it smells like rotting flesh, the so-called 'Corpse Flower' is a huge draw at botanical gardens all over the world.

In addition to its shockingly putrid scent, it can grow over ten feet tall and only blooms every few years—and even then just for a few days.

But the flower, which originates in Sumatra, is difficult to cultivate and botanists are worried the small number of viable specimens will lead to inbreeding.

To prevent that, they've started a breeding registry for the phallic blossom, whose Latin name, Amorphophallus titanum, means 'large misshapen penis.'

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The 500 or so corpse flowers growing outside Indonesia are all closely related, making them more vulnerable to disease and other issues.

'When you don't have a lot of genetic diversity, you can get what's called inbreeding depression because you're basically breeding closely related plants with each other,' Susan Pell, deputy director of the United States Botanic Garden told The New York Times in December.

That can result in fewer viable seeds, weaker seedlings and an overall decline in robustness and diversity.

Their numbers are declining at home, too: The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) listed Amorphophallus titanum as endangered in 2018 and, due to logging and agricultural deforestation, it's believed there are less than 1,000 in the wild.

The Chicago Botanic Garden is leading the fight to preserve the infamous flower by collecting genetic information and historical data from specimens in public gardens and private collections around the world.

'Sprout,' a six-foot corpse flower that came to the Chicago garden in 2018, last bloomed in July 2020 for only two days.

Once the DNA is extracted from the specimens, CBG conservation scientist Jeremie Fant told the Times, 'we'll create the family tree for each specimen.'

Called the Tools and Resources for Endangered and Exceptional Plant Species (TREES) program, the database will identify good breeding matches and highlight underrepresented genetic traits, similar to how horse enthusiasts use a studbook to match stallions and mares.

The CBG will house also a store of corpse flower pollen that can be quickly shipped when an unrelated specimen blooms.

Researchers at partner gardens are doing the same thing for other rare plants, including a Haitian palm, two kinds of Asian magnolia and a flowering mint found only on Hawaii's Kauai island.

The seven species were selected, in part, because they've been cultivated in botanical gardens for generations and require human assistance to reproduce.

In addition, the usual means of preserving plant specimens—freezing or drying the seeds—kills species like these.

For all their size, corpse flowers are surprisingly delicate, requiring just the right amount of light, water and humidity to thrive in captivity.

The flower bloomed for the first time outside Sumatra's equatorial rainforests in 1889 at the Royal Botanic Gardens in London.

Since then, it's garnered headlines all over the world.

A blooming corpse flower was the main attraction this past weekend at Dunedin Botanical Gardens in New Zealand.

The plant was given to the garden in 2008 and bloomed for the first time in 2018.

Thousands descended on the garden's Glasshouse to get a look—and a whiff.

'It's almost otherworldly, like a space plant,' visitor Karolle Gjaltema told The New Zealand Herald.

18 Янв 2021, 01:46

С понедельника в России стартовала массовая вакцинация всех россиян от коронавируса. Перейти от масштабной к массовой вакцинации с 18 января поручил президент Владимир Путин.

Сейчас в России зарегистрированы две отечественные вакцины от коронавирусной инфекции — векторный препарат «Спутник V» от Центра им. Гамалеи и пептидная вакцина «ЭпиВакКорона» от «Вектора». Также ожидается, что вскоре в программу вакцинации населения будет включен препарат Центра Чумакова, который «уже на подходе», сообщила 15 января вице-премьер Татьяна Голикова.

По словам Путина, премьер-министр Михаил Мишустин ранее доложил ему, что промышленность «не только выполнила все обещанные нормативы и объемы, но и превысила плановые объемы выпуска вакцины».

В рамках программы массовой вакцинации Минздрав поручил регионам увеличить число пунктов, где граждане могут получить прививку. По словам министра здравоохранения России Михаила Мурашко, сейчас наблюдается высокий спрос на вакцину у людей старше 60 лет, которым разрешили делать прививку в конце декабря.

Вакцинация от коронавируса в России должна быть организована так, чтобы к осени был сформирован коллективный иммунитет, заявила глава Роспотребнадзора Анна Попова. По ее словам, в первый год вакцинацией можно охватить 60% населения страны.

На сегодняшний день вакцинация от коронавиурса стартовала уже почти в 50 странах. Мировым лидером по примененным дозам вакцины сегодня являются США, где первую дозу вакцины получили более 12,2 млн человек.

19 Янв 2021, 21:16

Myleene Klass has hit back at a troll after they criticised Dolly Parton for her $1million donation towards funding a coronavirus vaccine.

The musician, 42, took to Instagram on Tuesday to celebrate the country singer's 75th birthday where she shared a video of her singing 'Myleene' to the tune of Jolene.

Yet Myleene was forced to hit back at a troll in the comments section who slammed Dolly for her $1million donation towards funding a coronavirus vaccine last year.

In April, the country singer announced she had donated the sum to Vanderbilt University Medical Centre in Nashville, Tennessee, for Covid-19 research.

In November, US company Moderna announced its coronavirus vaccine is 94.5% effective against the virus with Dolly namechecked in the preliminary report. Earlier this month, Britain approved the jab but won't receive the doses till March.

Commenting under Myleene's post, one troll wrote: 'She went down in my estimations after donating a million pound to the vaccine to get her back in to the know.'

To which Myleene hit back and also slammed a slew of reality stars and influencers who have jetted out to Dubai or the Maldives for 'work' amid the pandemic.

She replied with: 'Right?! Can't believe she's out there saving lives and not in Dubai or the Maldives!'

Myleene also shared the exchange to her Instagram Story where she added: 'Boooo!'

The singer also responded to a fan who praised Dolly, they wrote: 'Such a legend. Fun fact: Her charity has given away over 100 million books to kids. #BeMoreDolly,' with singer replying: 'Yay!!!'

Myleene had been celebrating Dolly on Tuesday to mark the singer's 75th birthday and revealed she had met the star at her Smooth radio duties.

The musician shared two different throwback snaps with the superstar to Instagram, which she captioned: 'Happy Birthday Dolly [heart eyes emoji]. What a day this was - just as iconic as we hoped!'

She added: 'SOUND UP BIATCHES! Rolling this out for @dollyparton’s 75th bday. Here’s the legend herself bestowing the gift of music onto Apollo and making my absolute LIFE!!! SOUND UPPPP!!!!!!!! @ariannemerry @smoothradio.'

Myleene also joked that she had channelled Dolly on the opening night of Dancing On Ice on Sunday where she is partnered with Lukasz Rozycki, she joked: 'If in doubt, channel your inner Dolly Parton.'

She added: 'What would Dolly Parton do? A mantra guaranteed to bring out your best side.'

Dolly revealed in April that she had donated $1million to Vanderbilt University Medical Centre in Nashville, Tennessee, for Covid-19 research.

In November, US company Moderna announced its coronavirus vaccine is 94.5% effective against the virus.

Published in the New England Journal of Medicine, the report states that the work was supported by the 'Dolly Parton COVID-19 Research Fund (Vanderbilt University Medical Center)' amongst other groups.

Earlier this month, Britain approved Moderna's coronavirus vaccine - but won't be able to get any of the 17million doses it has bought until March at the earliest.

Moderna's Covid jab is the third to be given the green light by regulators in the UK, joining the vaccines made by Pfizer/BioNTech and Oxford University/AstraZeneca.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock admitted that No10 won't get any doses until the spring but said: 'This is further great news and another weapon in our arsenal to tame this awful disease.'

Business Secretary Alok Sharma described it as 'another huge step towards ending lockdown'.

The EU - which approved the same vaccine days earlier - will get supplies of the jab from late January after health chiefs struck a deal with the US-firm to buy 180million doses last summer.

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