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94021.led Spot für Seilsystem Light&Easy Spice ...
29,90 € *
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94021.led Wire System Light&Easy Spice Spot Wasabi LED 1x12W Chrom matt Lieferumfang: Light&Easy Spice Spot Wasabi fuer 12V Seilsystem mit 160mm Seilabstand LED Leuchtmittel 12W G53 Montagezubehoer Technische Daten LED-Leuchtmittel: Leistung: 12W Lumen: 900

Anbieter: Rakuten
Stand: 01.06.2020
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Paulmann Rail System CombiEasy Spot Wasabi
12,95 € *
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Anbieter: idealo
Stand: 01.06.2020
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Cultivate Organic WASABI
80,47 € *
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Kaso(過疎) is a word in Japanese which means dramatic depopulation. And my place, Hikimi town is the first one which was called "kaso" town. That is why there is rich nature here. In Hikimi, water-grown wasabi is commonly grown on farms in the Keiryū style (渓流式). The water comes from the Takatsu River system, which is one of the cleanest rivers in Japan. That is why wasabi field in Hikiim is known as Heritage of NHK(national broadcasting).< Entry qualifications and notes >- If you fear of heights or water, Please refrain from participation.- There are no toilet except meeting point and dispersion place- Take care of dangerous creatures (bee, horse fly, poison snake, bear, nettle, lacquer tree, etc)- Take care of falling rocks, falls, injuries when using agricultural tools.- It is recommended to subscribe for disability insurance.

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Stand: 01.06.2020
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Paulmann LED Schienensystem Wasabi inkl. Mili L...
189,90 € *
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Wasabi, das 6-flammige Halogen 12 Volt Schienensystem mit einer Gesamtverbrauch von 72W ueberzeugt durch seine energiesparende LED Technik. Das brillante LED Licht, schafft fuer jede Wohnsituation eine angenehme Atmosphaere. Das System ist fuer die Wand- und

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972.13 Paulmann Rail System Light&Easy Spice Sp...
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Ø Produkt 111 mm Bestueckung 1x 50 W Betriebsspannung 12 V Farbe Chrom matt Hoehe Produkt (H) 160 mm Material Metall Sockel G53 Stangenabstand 30 mm Tiefe Produkt (T) 80 mm

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OBI Laminatboden Comfort Wasabi Eiche Altholzst...
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Der OBI Laminatboden Comfort Wasabi Eiche Altholzstruktur 7 mm bringt dank gelungener Holznachbildung, mit typischen Maserungen und charakteristischen Strukturen der Eiche, jeden Raum optimal zur Geltung. Die authentische Eichholz-Optik verleiht dem Wohnraum einen edlen Touch. Der Laminatboden ist in verschiedenen Holznachbildungen erhältlich. Praktisches Klick-System Der Laminatboden von OBI ist ein Klicklaminatboden. Das Klick-System ist sowohl am Kopfprofil als auch am Längsprofil versehen. So können die Laminat-Paneele einfach und ohne die Verwendung von Leim verlegt werden. Auch Laien und Anfänger kommen so, dank des einfachen Klicksystems, besonders gut mit dem Verlegen der Laminatleisten zurecht. Hochwertige Qualität und elegantes Design Der Bodenbelag von OBI lässt sich ohne sichtbare Fugen verlegen und wirkt somit wie ein schöner einheitlicher Boden. Eine Trittschalldämmung ermöglicht Ihnen ein bestmögliches Ergebnis und bereitet besonders lange Freude mit dem Boden (nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten). Die Trittschalldämmung vermindert die Auftrittsgeräusche, verbessert die Druckstabilität und gleicht kleinere Bodenunebenheiten aus. Der Laminatboden kann ohne Probleme mit dem Staubsauger oder auch mit einem leicht feuchten Wischmopp gereinigt werden. Robuster und langanhaltender Laminatboden Der Laminatboden ist mit der Nutzungsklasse 23/31 bewertet worden und besitzt eine Dielenstärke von 7 mm. Das bedeutet, dass der Boden sowohl für den privaten Wohnbereich als auch den gewerblichen Bereich, bei geringer Nutzung, geeignet ist. Ein einzelnes Laminat-Paneel ist 19,3 cm breit und 138 cm tief. Jedes Paket beinhaltet 2,66 m² Laminatboden.

Anbieter: OBI AT
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Genetics and Genomics of the Brassicaceae
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The Genetics and Genomics of the Brassicaceae provides a review of this important family (commonly termed the mustard family, or Cruciferae). The family contains several cultivated species, including radish, rocket, watercress, wasabi and horseradish, in addition to the vegetable and oil crops of the Brassica genus. There are numerous further species with great potential for exploitation in 21st century agriculture, particularly as sources of bioactive chemicals. These opportunities are reviewed, in the context of the Brassicaceae in agriculture. More detailed descriptions are provided of the genetics of the cultivated Brassica crops, including both the species producing most of the brassica vegetable crops (B. rapa and B. oleracea) and the principal species producing oilseed crops (B. napus and B. juncea). The Brassicaceae also include important “model” plant species. Most prominent is Arabidopsis thaliana, the first plant species to have its genome sequenced. Natural genetic variation is reviewed for A. thaliana, as are the genetics of the closely related A. lyrata and of the genus Capsella. Self incompatibility is widespread in the Brassicaceae, and this subject is reviewed. Interest arising from both the commercial value of crop species of the Brassicaceae and the importance of Arabidopsis thaliana as a model species, has led to the development of numerous resources to support research. These are reviewed, including germplasm and genomic library resources, and resources for reverse genetics, metabolomics, bioinformatics and transformation. Molecular studies of the genomes of species of the Brassicaceae revealed extensive genome duplication, indicative of multiple polyploidy events during evolution. In some species, such as Brassica napus, there is evidence of multiple rounds of polyploidy during its relatively recent evolution, thus the Brassicaceae represent an excellent model system for the study of the impacts of polyploidy and the subsequent process of diploidisation, whereby the genome stabilises. Sequence-level characterization of the genomes of Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica rapa are presented, along with summaries of comparative studies conducted at both linkage map and sequence level, and analysis of the structural and functional evolution of resynthesised polyploids, along with a description of the phylogeny and karyotype evolution of the Brassicaceae. Finally, some perspectives of the editors are presented. These focus upon the Brassicaceae species as models for studying genome evolution following polyploidy, the impact of advances in genome sequencing technology, prospects for future transcriptome analysis and upcoming model systems.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Be Good to Your Gut
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Named one of Vogue's 'Best New Healthy Cookbooks'! Named 'Best Book for Improving Gut Health' in Healthista.com's 13 best healthy cookbooks of the year! 'Each page oozes wisdom and insight, mirrored with realistic tips and advice on nurturing your digestive health' Get the Gloss 'The most relevant and provocative nutritionist I've ever met' Nick Barnard, founder of Rude Health 'In a world of food fads, Eve's approach is grounded, sensible and do-able' Suzy Greaves, Editor, Psychologies 'Eve is smart and practical; her advice is spot on and her recipes are distinctive and easy to make' Ian Marber, nutritional therapist and author 'Each chapter leaves you feeling enlightened and fired up to make real change' Healthista.com In Be Good to Your Gut, nutritional therapist Eve Kalinik shows you the path to better digestion and reveals the far-reaching effects of good gut health - from a stronger immune system and balanced hormones to a greater resilience to stress and reduced inflammation. The real work on getting your gut to be as healthy and happy as it can be starts with what you feed it. Eve's advice is complemented with over eighty enticing, nourishing recipes you'll want to eat over and over again, including Miso Cod with Wasabi Broccoli, Chocolate Chia Fudgy Pancakes, Matcha Banana Bread, Turmeric Chicken with Laksa Zoodles, Amandino Ice Cream and Happy Cow Burgers. If you simply want to improve your gut health and overall wellbeing but don't know where to start, or you are looking for further insight into digestive conditions such as IBS, the advice in Be Good to Your Gut will help you feel fantastic, and proves that being good to your gut is great for your taste buds, too.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 01.06.2020
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Be Good to Your Gut
19,99 € *
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Named one of Vogue's 'Best New Healthy Cookbooks'! Named 'Best Book for Improving Gut Health' in Healthista.com's 13 best healthy cookbooks of the year! 'Each page oozes wisdom and insight, mirrored with realistic tips and advice on nurturing your digestive health' Get the Gloss 'The most relevant and provocative nutritionist I've ever met' Nick Barnard, founder of Rude Health 'In a world of food fads, Eve's approach is grounded, sensible and do-able' Suzy Greaves, Editor, Psychologies 'Eve is smart and practical; her advice is spot on and her recipes are distinctive and easy to make' Ian Marber, nutritional therapist and author 'Each chapter leaves you feeling enlightened and fired up to make real change' Healthista.com In Be Good to Your Gut, nutritional therapist Eve Kalinik shows you the path to better digestion and reveals the far-reaching effects of good gut health - from a stronger immune system and balanced hormones to a greater resilience to stress and reduced inflammation. The real work on getting your gut to be as healthy and happy as it can be starts with what you feed it. Eve's advice is complemented with over eighty enticing, nourishing recipes you'll want to eat over and over again, including Miso Cod with Wasabi Broccoli, Chocolate Chia Fudgy Pancakes, Matcha Banana Bread, Turmeric Chicken with Laksa Zoodles, Amandino Ice Cream and Happy Cow Burgers. If you simply want to improve your gut health and overall wellbeing but don't know where to start, or you are looking for further insight into digestive conditions such as IBS, the advice in Be Good to Your Gut will help you feel fantastic, and proves that being good to your gut is great for your taste buds, too.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 01.06.2020
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