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What is another name for the Paleolithic Age?

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Consider the line from (0,0) to (4,6). Use the simple DDA algorithm to rasterize this line.

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Beans are available in two forms in U.S. supermarkets, as canned beans or dry beans, which are typically sold in one-pound bags.

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Beans are a great way to stretch the family food budget. Beans tend to cost much less than eggs or meat as a source of animal protein. 

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Beans are a gluten free food.

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Beans have been identified as an excellent meat replacement for those choosing to follow a vegetarian or vegan diet.

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Beans are a good source of nutrients often lacking in the diets of people with celiac disease.

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Bean consumption is associated with lower body weight and smaller waist circumference. Beans are good sources of vegetable protein and fiber, which increase satiety, reduce hunger, and help control appetite.

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People who eat beans tend to eat less meat (a food linked to colon cancer) - Beans are an excellent source of fiber, which may dilute potential carcinogens as well as speed transit time through the gut, limiting the amount of time that the intestinal wall is exposed to carcinogens. 

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Frequent bean consumption has been associated with reduced risk of developing colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in the U.S. Research suggests that one-quarter to one-third of colorectal cancers could be prevented by changing diet and lifestyle. 

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Beans are low glycemic index foods that can aid in managing diabetes. The complex carbohydrates contained in beans help to control blood sugar levels. Numerous studies have shown that people who regularly eat beans have an easier time managing their blood sugar levels.

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Studies show a diet rich in beans helps reduce the risk of heart disease. People who eat beans four or more times per week have a 22% lower risk of coronary heart disease.

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Serving size of beans: 1 cup cooked beans =1 cup cooked vegetables ¼ cup cooked beans = 1 ounce equivalent

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Beans provide the nutrition of a vegetable and the protein needed for a healthy diet. My Plate classifies beans in the Vegetable Group and Protein Food Group. 

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All beans are excellent sources of protein, fiber, and good sources of manganese, magnesium, iron, zinc, and potassium. They are also a source of folate, a B vitamin that reduces the risk of neural tube defects in infants. They are fat free and cholesterol free.

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A ½ cup serving of cooked beans contains, on average, 115 calories, 8 grams of protein, less than half a gram of fat, 21 grams of carbohydrate, and 8 grams of fiber. If cooked without any added salt, a ½ cup serving of cooked beans contains, on average, less than 2 milligrams of sodium. 

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Moths have a low temperature threshold. Pinions and sallows can be flying when the air temperature was in the low 40's with snow on the ground!

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A Cecropia moth has the ability to smell his mate up to 7 miles away with his feathery antennae. 

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Butterflies and moths both have an organ called the Johnston's organ which is at the base of a butterfly or moths antennae. This organ are responsible for maintaining the butterflys sense of balance and orientation, especially during flight.

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Thousands of tiny scales and hairs cover moths wings, not powder.

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To a moth the jingling sound of car keys sounds like a bat! In defence they will drop to the ground and hope to stay concealed.

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Butterflies and moths hear sounds through their wings.

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Some moths never eat anything as adults because they don't have mouths. They must live on the energy they stored as caterpillars. 

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The Morgan's Sphinx Moth from Madagascar has a proboscis (tube mouth) that is 12 to 14 inches long to get the nectar from the bottom of a 12 inch deep orchid discovered by Charles Darwin.

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The females of some moth species lack wings, all they can do to move is crawl. 

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The caterpillars of some Snout Moths (Pyralididae) live in or on water-plants.

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Some Case Moth caterpillars (Psychidae) build a case around themselves that they always carry with them. It is made of silk and pieces of plants or soil. 

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Pheromones released by females can be detected by the males from as much as 8 kilometers away. 

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Feeding caterpillars can be in such large and concentrated numbers that you can actually hear them eat. 

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Moths can produce as many as 10 broods per year.

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Cecropia larvae grow to about 4" in length.

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The Clearwing family of moths resembles other flying insects like hornets, wasps and even Hummingbirds.

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Wing veins are useful for species identification - kinda like finger prints.

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Giant Silkworm Moths have a 1 year life cycle.

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Moths are active at different times of the night depending on species.

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Moths are capable of migration but they do so over much smaller distances.

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The Webworm caterpillars go into communal diapause.

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The Wooly Bear caterpillar we are all familiar with turns into......the Isabella Tiger Moth.

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Pheromones can be dispersed through the tibia segment of the leg, scales on the wings or from the abdomin.

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Male moths have larger antennae than females. Beneficial for detecting the pheromones released by females.

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Pellet like caterpillar excrement is called "Frass".

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Hummingbird moths wings beat 70 times per second.

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The Luna moth is born without a mouth.....it never eats or drinks.

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Moths heat up their flight muscles by vibrating their wings, since they don't have the radiant energy of the sun at their disposal to serve that purpose.

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Some moths pupate under ground. Such as many of the Sphinx moths.

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Cloth Moths eat such things as wool, fur and other animal products. It is their ability to digest Keratin ....... a protien found in these foods.

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Moths navigate by two methods. They use the moon and stars when available and geomagnetic clues when light sources are obscured.

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A small group of moths are called "Bird Dropping" moths because -you guessed it- that's what they resemble when they are at rest.

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Moths make up 80 percent of the order lepidoptera.

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Some moth caterpillars, such as the "Io" are covered with stinging hairs.

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