Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 009453/001.

Names and composition

"SERPATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of RESERPINE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009453/001 SERPATE RESERPINE TABLET/ORAL 0.1MG
009453/002 SERPATE RESERPINE TABLET/ORAL 0.25MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009115/001 SERPASIL RESERPINE TABLET/ORAL 0.1MG
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Feature/adaptions of the land plants that serpate them from charophyte algae?
i know the thoery is that land plants evolved from charophyte algae. However what are the feature or adaptions that separate land plants from charophyte algae. PLease help thanks Asked by Jackelyn Sosbee 1 year ago.

1. Ability to withstand desiccation (e.e dryness). Land plants have a cuticle and guard cells. 2. Ability to withstand the effects of more intense radiation, particularly DNA-damaging radiation. Land plants have several compounds in their vacuoles that absorb UV. Since the vacuole of a plant occupies most of a mature cell, this helps protect the DNA in other organelles. 3. Ability to protect their spores from desiccation. Early land plants have spores that are encased in a sporopollenin wall. Sporopollenin is a very resistant polymer, resistant to UV and almost everything including desiccation, squashing, etc. To remove sporopollenin from spores, one boils them in a mixture of acetic and hydrochloric acid. 4. Ability to move solutions from the ground to portions of the plant that are not in contact with the ground, and from the photosynthetic portions of the plant to non-photosynthetic portions. Some land plants do this better than others. 5. Ability to support themselves. Aquatic plants float; terrestrial plants cannot do so. Most terrestrial plants have lignin in some of their conducting cells. There is some debate as to whether this was selected for by the advantages of growing tall or the need to protect against embolism in the conducting cells. Since both are important, it seems most realistic to accept that both contributed to the success of plants with the ability to manufacture lignin, the tracheophytes or vascular plants. 6. Ability to acquire the carbon dioxide required for photosynthesis from the atmosphere. This ability is associated with stomatal cells, specialized cells that surround openings (stomates) in the outer cell layer of land plants. Answered by Jamila Rodar 1 year ago.

"You know, you have to have faith that exceeds that of any Christian any where on this planet to believe in evolution, because how do we test whether it was 300 million years and not 10 million." We have multiple dating techniques that independently come to the same conclusion. It does not take faith to believe something based on evidence. Your definition of faith, and your lack of understanding of what science is, is evidence. The pre-biotic environment is very different from the current earth environment. In order to produce life on the scale you are asking for would require billions of years and a completely different set of environmental conditions. Nature had between the formation of the earth, which occured about 4.5 billion years ago, and when life first showed up, about 3.5 billion years ago, to get it right, yet you want scientists to do it within a human life span? Sorry, doesn't work like that. We use deductive reasoning based on verifiable evidence to come to the conclusions about the formation of life and its diversification over time. "Without proving abiogenesis which is at the very heart of evolution, evolution falls like a park of cards" Wrong. Evolution is a theory that deals with the diversity of life, not how it formed. One does not require the other. You don't need to know how a car is built in order to drive it. Plants obviously did not walk, and as such, I find your question pointless. However, the question is easily explained by the simple processes involving spore releases. Multiple aquadic animals and plants use spores. A plant living close to the surface of a water source could easily release its spores into the air instead of the water. Air currents do the rest. It's not a difficult concept. Answered by Desirae Tibbert 1 year ago.


Feature/adaptions of the land plants that serpate them from charophyte algae?
i know the thoery is that land plants evolved from charophyte algae. However what are the feature or adaptions that separate land plants from charophyte algae. PLease help thanks Asked by Chieko Thielemann 1 year ago.

vascular tissue is a big one. Answered by Lawerence Kuciemba 1 year ago.


Feature/adaptions of the land plants that serpate them from charophyte algae?
i know the thoery is that land plants evolved from charophyte algae. However what are the feature or adaptions that separate land plants from charophyte algae. PLease help thanks Asked by Lottie Silla 1 year ago.

1. Ability to withstand desiccation (e.e dryness). Land plants have a cuticle and guard cells. 2. Ability to withstand the effects of more intense radiation, particularly DNA-damaging radiation. Land plants have several compounds in their vacuoles that absorb UV. Since the vacuole of a plant occupies most of a mature cell, this helps protect the DNA in other organelles. 3. Ability to protect their spores from desiccation. Early land plants have spores that are encased in a sporopollenin wall. Sporopollenin is a very resistant polymer, resistant to UV and almost everything including desiccation, squashing, etc. To remove sporopollenin from spores, one boils them in a mixture of acetic and hydrochloric acid. 4. Ability to move solutions from the ground to portions of the plant that are not in contact with the ground, and from the photosynthetic portions of the plant to non-photosynthetic portions. Some land plants do this better than others. 5. Ability to support themselves. Aquatic plants float; terrestrial plants cannot do so. Most terrestrial plants have lignin in some of their conducting cells. There is some debate as to whether this was selected for by the advantages of growing tall or the need to protect against embolism in the conducting cells. Since both are important, it seems most realistic to accept that both contributed to the success of plants with the ability to manufacture lignin, the tracheophytes or vascular plants. 6. Ability to acquire the carbon dioxide required for photosynthesis from the atmosphere. This ability is associated with stomatal cells, specialized cells that surround openings (stomates) in the outer cell layer of land plants. Answered by Consuelo Orio 1 year ago.

"You know, you have to have faith that exceeds that of any Christian any where on this planet to believe in evolution, because how do we test whether it was 300 million years and not 10 million." We have multiple dating techniques that independently come to the same conclusion. It does not take faith to believe something based on evidence. Your definition of faith, and your lack of understanding of what science is, is evidence. The pre-biotic environment is very different from the current earth environment. In order to produce life on the scale you are asking for would require billions of years and a completely different set of environmental conditions. Nature had between the formation of the earth, which occured about 4.5 billion years ago, and when life first showed up, about 3.5 billion years ago, to get it right, yet you want scientists to do it within a human life span? Sorry, doesn't work like that. We use deductive reasoning based on verifiable evidence to come to the conclusions about the formation of life and its diversification over time. "Without proving abiogenesis which is at the very heart of evolution, evolution falls like a park of cards" Wrong. Evolution is a theory that deals with the diversity of life, not how it formed. One does not require the other. You don't need to know how a car is built in order to drive it. Plants obviously did not walk, and as such, I find your question pointless. However, the question is easily explained by the simple processes involving spore releases. Multiple aquadic animals and plants use spores. A plant living close to the surface of a water source could easily release its spores into the air instead of the water. Air currents do the rest. It's not a difficult concept. Answered by Allison Gembler 1 year ago.


Feature/adaptions of the land plants that serpate them from charophyte algae?
i know the thoery is that land plants evolved from charophyte algae. However what are the feature or adaptions that separate land plants from charophyte algae. PLease help thanks Asked by Anderson Shibahara 1 year ago.

vascular tissue is a big one. Answered by Georgetta Franks 1 year ago.


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