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Only a few weevils have been described from Burmese amber, and although most have been misclassified, they show unusual and specialised characters unknown in extant weevils. In this paper, we present the results of a study of a much larger and more divers... see more

It is well–known that cranberry is an especially rich and heterogenic source of phytochemical substances. Modern technologies allow to produce food products of wild fruits and berries, but they use their diverse and useful chemical composition insufficien... see more

It is well–known that cranberry is an especially rich and heterogenic source of phytochemical substances. Modern technologies allow to produce food products of wild fruits and berries, but they use their diverse and useful chemical composition insufficien... see more

It is well–known that cranberry is an especially rich and heterogenic source of phytochemical substances. Modern technologies allow to produce food products of wild fruits and berries, but they use their diverse and useful chemical composition insufficien... see more

Myrhøj. Three houses with Bell Beaker potteryMyrhøj is situated in northern Jutland, l½ km N.E. of the Mesolithic kitchen mid­den of Ertebølle on the coast of the Limfjord.The article primarily deals with a settlement consisting of three houses with Late ... see more

Smedegaarde and LivøPitware Settlements on the Limfjord.Two years after C. J. Becker's publication in 1950 of the Pitted Ware Culture in Denmark 1), the settlement at Selbjerg on Øland on the northern shore of the Limfjord was found, with pottery, flint i... see more

lrish Axes from UlstrupThe Neolithic farmers of Denmark had developed a prosperous but self-sufficient peasant economy, making highly skillful use of their native resources of flint to provide themselves with tools and weapons. As early as Middle Neolithi... see more

Writing is an integral part of communication in the sciences, which allows an effective exchange of ideas, observations, and results within any scientific field’s community and to the general public. However, when writing in science courses is needed, stu... see more

Myrhøj. Three houses with Bell Beaker potteryMyrhøj is situated in northern Jutland, l½ km N.E. of the Mesolithic kitchen mid­den of Ertebølle on the coast of the Limfjord.The article primarily deals with a settlement consisting of three houses with Late ... see more

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