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[科技前沿] 【整理】2009-12-31&01-02 加利福尼亚最古老的植物

本帖最后由 ryansterne 于 2010-1-6 10:33 编辑

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Scientists Find California's Oldest Plant


This Palmer's oak shrub is believed to have been around during the Ice Age.

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At first glance, this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area, but researchers say this shrub known as Palmer's Oak is considerably more special, because they believe it to be 13,000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country. And it's literally right across the street from Jurupa Hills residence Samuel Cano.

 

13,000 years old,I mean that's a long time. A lot of history.Wow! And this literally could predate man in North America if my guesses are right. Scientist Andrew Sanders says what he found odd about this particular plant is that it's typically found high in the mountains, not down here.So it got him and others thinking what if this oak bush sprouted during a much colder era. So they dated the plant and sure enough it probably was around during the ice age.

 

The main thing that strikes me is that we've got where literally looking at a bit of what the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean we don't have to look at a fossil in this case. We can see the living individuals. So as far as researchers can tell this exact plant was growing here at the same time mastodons and sabre tooth tigers were roaming the area. The big question: how did it survive all these years.

 

I think the main thing is that it's manage to get into this narrow rocky crevasse on a north facing slope. So it's start to shade it. Scientists believe the shrub to be at least 1,000 years older than this creosote bushes in Palm Springs. So while that they may not look like much, this 75-foot-long old bush is in fact the oldest known living plant in the state,right here in Jurupa Hills.

 

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mastodon:【古生】乳齿象

sabre tooth tigers:剑齿虎

The creosote bush: (Latin name: Larrea tridentata) is common in the Desert Southwest. The creosote bush can be identified from its waxy green leaves and yellow flowers.

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At first glance,this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area,but researcher say this scrub known as Palmer's Oak is considerably more special because they believe it to be 13,000 years old.One of the oldest plants in the country and it's literally right across the street from Jurupa Hills residence /.13,000 years old,I mean that's a long time.lot of history.Wow,And this literally could create date / in North American from my guess,if it's right.Scientist Andrew Sanders says what he found odd about this particular plant is that it's typically found high in the mountains,not down here.So it got him and others think what if this oak bush / during a much colder era.So they dated the plant and / up it probably was around during the icy age.The main thing strikes to me is that we got / literally looking at a bit of once the world was like in the Ice Age.I mean we don't have to look at the fossils,cause we can see the living individuals.So as far as researchers can tell this exact plant was growing here at the same time mass / / tigers were ruling the area.The big question how did it survive all this years.I think the main things is that it's manage to get into this narrow rocky crevasse on a north facing slow.So it's start to shed it.Scientists believe the shrub to be at least 1,000 years older than this creosote bush in Palm Springs .So why they are may not look like much.This 75 foot long old bush is in fact the oldest known living plant in the state,right here in Jurupa hills.
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At first glance, this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area, but researchers say this shrub known as Palmer's Oak is considerably more special, because they believe it to be 13,000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country. And it's literally right across the street from Jurupa Hills residence Samuel Cano.

13,000 years old,I mean that's a long time. A lot of history.Wow
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And this literally could predate man in North American from my guess,if it's right
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Scientist Andrew Sanders says what he found odd about this particular plant is that it's typically found high in the mountains, not down here.So it got him and others thinking what if this oak bush sprouted during a much colder era. So they dated the plant and sure enough it probably was around during the ice age
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The main thing strikes to me is that we got what literally looking at a bit of once the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean we don't have to look at the fossils in this case. We can see the living individuals
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So as far as researchers can tell this exact plant was growing here at the same time mastodons and sabre tooth tigers were roaming the area. The big question how did it survive all this years
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I think the main thing is that it's manage to get into this narrow rocky crevasse on a north facing slope. So it's start to shed it
.

Scientists believe the shrub to be at least 1,000 years older than this creosote bushes in Palm Springs. So why they are may not look like much.This 75-foot-long old bush is in fact the oldest known living plant in the state,right here in Jurupa hills
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本帖最后由 fire0204 于 2009-12-31 10:57 编辑

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At first glance, this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area. But researchers say this shrub known as Palmer's oak is considerably more special because they believe it to be 13,000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country and it’s a little ride-crossed the stray from Herubal health residents, Samuel Kinno.

13,000 years old, I mean that’s a long time. A lot history. Wow.

And this literally could create day man in North America if my guesses are right…

Scientist Andrew Sanda said what he found all about this particular plant is that is typically found high in the mountains, not down here. So it got Helmens and others thinking what if this old bush brought during a much colder era. So they did the plant and sure it out if probably was around during the Ice Age.

The main thing as strikes me is that we’ve got we are literally looking at the bit of what the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean we don’t have to look at the fossil as the case we can see the living individuals.

So as far as researchers can tell this exact plant was growing here at the same time mas?? and Sabered two tigers around the area. The big question how did they survive all these years.

I think the main thing is that it’s managed to get into this narrow rocky craves on the north facing slopes, so it’s started to shelt it.

Scientists believe the shrub to be at least a thousand years older than this gre?? bush in palm’s screens, so while it may not look like much, this 75-foot-long oak bush is infect the oldest known living plant in the state, right here in Herubal hills.

This is Robert Noen for ABC News.
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本帖最后由 Nicholas111 于 2009-12-31 11:40 编辑

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At first squints, this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area, but researchers say this shrub known as Palmer's Oak is considerably more special, because they believe it to be 13,000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country. And it's literally right across the street from Jurupa Hills residence Samuel Cano.

13,000 years old,I mean that's a long time. A lot of history.Wow.

And this literally could predate man in North American from my guess,if it's right.

Scientist Andrew Sanders says what he found odd about this particular plant is that it's typically found high in the mountains, not down here.So it got him and others thinking what if this oak bush sprouted during a much colder era. So they dated the plant and sure enough it probably was around during the ice age.

The main thing that strikes to me is that we've got we were literally looking at a bit of what the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean we don't have to look at the fossils in this case. We gotta see the living individuals.

So as far as researchers can tell, this exact plant was growing here at the same time mastodons and sabre tooth tigers were roaming the area. The big question: how did it survive all these years?

I think the main thing is that it's managed to get into this narrow rocky crevice on a north-facing slope. So it started to shade it.

Scientists believe the shrub to be at least 1,000 years older than this creosote bushes in Palm Springs. So while they / may not look like much, this 75-foot-long old bush is in fact the oldest known living plant in the state,right here in Jurupa hills.

This is Rob for ABC News
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At first glance , this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area , but researchers say this shrub known as Pomosok is considerably more special , because they believe it to be 13,000 years old ,one of the oldest plants in the country. And it's literaly right across the street from her rubal heels residents Samuel Kanol .
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A lot history.
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M* literaly , could free day man in North America if my guess is right.
Scientist Sandos Sand as what he found odd about this particular plant is that it's typically found high in the mountains ,not down here .
So it got him and others thinking what if this old bush f* during a much colder era. So they dated the plans and show it up it problebly was around during the Ice Age .
The main thing strike me is that we've got what literaly looking at bit of what the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean ,we don't have to look at fa* , cause we can see the living individuals .
So , as far as researchers can tell this exact plant was growing here at the same time master Dones and saber tooth tiger was ruling the area. To be question , how did it survive all these years.
I think the main thing is that it's matters to get into this narrow rocky craves on the north facing slop , so it's solid shaded .
Scientists believe the shrub to be at least a thousand years older than this crea* sold bush and pumsprings , so while they may not look like much ,this 75 foot long old bush is infact the oldest known living plant in the state.Right here in Herub Hills.
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At first glance, this old bush looks like many other plants in this area, but researchers say this shrub known as xx is considerably more special, because they are believed to be 13,000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country. And it literally ride across the xx from H hill residence S.

13,000 years old, I mean, that is a long time. A lot history.

And this literally could xx man in north America if my guesses are right. Scientist Andrew said what he found all about this particular plant is that it is typically found high in the mountains, not down here. So what got xx thinking? What if this old bush flooded during a much colder era. So they dated the plant and it showed off that it is probably was around during the Ice Age.

The main thing that strikes me is that we are literally looking at what the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean, we don’t have to look at the xx because we can see the living individuals.

As far as researchers can tell, this exact plant was growing here at the same time M and xx tigers were in the area. The big question, how did it survive all these years. I think the main thing is that it manages to get in this narrow rock xx on a north facing slope xx. Scientists believe the shrub to be at least a thousand years older than this xx bush in xx spring. So while it may not look like much, this 75 foot long old bush is in fact the oldest known living plant in the state right here in H.
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[Homework]2009-12-31&01-02 加利福尼亚最古老的植物

At first glance, this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area, but researchers say this shrub known as the Pamler's oak is considerably more special because they believe it to be 13000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country. And it’s literally right across the street for her Jurupa Hills residents Samuel Cano.

13000 years old, I mean that’s a long time, a lot of history. Wow.

And this literally could predate man in North America my guess, if it’s right.

Scientist Andrew Sanders says what he found all about these particular plants is that typically found high in the mountains, not down here. So it got him and other thinking, what if this oak bush sprout during a much colder area, so they data the plant and sure it up, it’s probably was around during the Ice Age.

The amazing strikes me is we get, we are literally looking at a bit of what the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean, we don’t have to look at fossils in this case. We can see the living individuals.

So as far as researchers can tell, this is exact plant was growing here at the same time, mastodons and saber tooth tiger were roaming the area. The big question how did they survive all this years.

I think the main thing is that it’s managing get into this narrow rocky crevasse on the North facing slope. So it’s start to shed it.

Scientists believed the shrub is to be at least a thousand years older than this creosote bushes in Palm spring, so why it may not look like much this 75 foot long old bush is in fact the oldest known living plant in the state. Right here in Jurupa Hills.

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[Homework]2009-12-31&01-02 加利福尼亚最古老的植物

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At first glance, this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area. But researchers say this shrub known as palmer’s oak is considerably more special, because they believe it to be 13000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country. And it’s literally right cross the street from Herubber Hills residents, Samuel Cano.
13000 years old, I mean that’s a long time.  
Lot history.  
Wow.
And this literally could predate man in North America of my guesses, if it’s right.
Scientist * says what he found all the about this particular plant, is that typically found high in the mountains, not down here. So it got him and others thinking, what if this old bush sprouted during a much cold era. So they dated the plants and ensure enough it probably was around during the ice age.  
The main thing strikes me is that we’ve got what literally looking as a bit of what a world was like in the ice age, I mean, we don’t have a look at the fossils at the case. What we can see that the living individuals.
So as far as researchers can tell, this exact plan was growing here at the same time *****tiger was roaming in the area. The big question how did it survive all these years.
I think the main thing is that it’s managed to get in the narrow rocky crevasse on the north basin slop so it started shed it .
Scientist believes the shrub to be at least a thousand years older than this creosoled bush in Palmer’s springs. So while it may not look like much. This 75-foot-long-oak bush is infect the oldest known living plant in the state right here in Herubber Hills.
This is Robert Noen for ABC news.  
  

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[Homework]2009-12-31&01-02 加利福尼亚最古老的植物

At first glance, this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area. But researchers say this shrub known as Palmer's oak is considerably more special because they believe it to be 13,000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country and it’s a little ride-crossed the stray from Herubal health residents, Samuel Kinno.

13,000 years old, I mean that’s a long time. A lot history. Wow.

And this literally could create day man in North America if my guesses are right…

Scientist Andrew Sanda said what he found all about this particular plant is that is typically found high in the mountains, not down here. So it got Helmens and others thinking what if this old bush brought during a much colder era. So they did the plant and sure it out if probably was around during the Ice Age.

The main thing as strikes me is that we’ve got we are literally looking at the bit of what the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean we don’t have to look at the fossil as the case we can see the living individuals.

So as far as researchers can tell this exact plant was growing here at the same time massesdones and Sabered two tigers around the area. The big question how did they survive all these years.

I think the main thing is that it’s managed to get into this narrow rocky craves on the north facing slopes, so it’s started to shelt it.

Scientists believe the shrub to be at least a thousand years older than this cresold? bush in palm’s screens, so while it may not look like much, this 75-foot-long oak bush is in fact the oldest known living plant in the state, right here in Herubal hills.

This is Robert Noen for ABC News.
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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At first glance, this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area, but researchers say this shrub known as Palmer's Oak is considerably more special, because they believe it to be 13,000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country. And it's literally right across the street from Jurupa Hills residence Samuel Cano. 13,000 years old,I mean that's a long time. A lot of history.Wow! And this literally could predate man in North America if my guesses are right. Scientist Andrew Sanders says what he found odd about this particular plant is that it's typically found high in the mountains, not down here.So it got him and others thinking what if this oak bush sprouted during a much colder era. So they dated the plant and sure enough it probably was around during the ice age.
The main thing that strikes me is that we've got where literally looking at a bit of what the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean we don't have to look at a fossil in this case. We can see the living individuals. So as far as researchers can tell this exact plant was growing here at the same time mastodons乳齿象 and sabre tooth tigers剑齿虎 were roaming the area. The big question: how did it survive all these years.
I think the main thing is that it's manage to get into this narrow rocky crevasse on a north facing slope. So it's start to shade it. Scientists believe the shrub to be at least 1,000 years older than this creosote bushes in Palm Springs. So while that they may not look like much, this 75-foot-long old bush is in fact the oldest known living plant in the state,right here in Jurupa Hills.
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At first glance, this old bush looks much like many other plants in the area, but researchers say this shrub known as Palmer's Oak is considerably more special, because they believe it to be 13,000 years old, one of the oldest plants in the country. And it's literally right across the street from Jurupa Hills residence Samuel Cano.



13,000 years old,I mean that's a long time. A lot of history.Wow! And this literally could predate man in North America if my guesses are right. Scientist Andrew Sanders says what he found odd about this particular plant is that it's typically found high in the mountains, not down here.So it got him and others thinking what if this oak bush sprouted during a much colder era. So they dated the plant and sure enough it probably was around during the ice age.



The main thing that strikes me is that we've got where literally looking at a bit of what the world was like in the Ice Age. I mean we don't have to look at a fossil in this case. We can see the living individuals. So as far as researchers can tell this exact plant was growing here at the same time mastodons and sabre tooth tigers were roaming the area. The big question: how did it survive all these years.



I think the main thing is that it's managed to get into this narrow rocky crevasse on a north facing slope. So it's started to shade it. Scientists believe the shrub to be at least 1,000 years older than this creosote bushes in Palm Springs. So while that they may not look like much, this 75-foot-long old bush is in fact the oldest known living plant in the state,right here in Jurupa Hills.



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