Through the Naturalista MX platform, rangers and 'citizen scientists' helped researchers describe a new species that inhabits the Sierra Madre Oriental of Coahuila and Nuevo León. When Ivonne Garzón dissected the moth she was holding in her hands, she thought she had done something wrong. He couldn't find the parts that he usually sees in the reproductive system of these insects. The specimen, collected in the sierra shared by Coahuila and Nuevo León, was very different from what she knew.
The characteristic color of plants and vegetation on planet earth has to do with the photosynthesis process that is vital for their existence. It is well said that "green is life" and for plants it could not be more literal. The color of the leaves and stems of most plants has to do with colorophyllum, a molecule that allows plants to carry out photosynthesis and obtain energy. This substance is found inside cell organelles called chloroplasts.
The rapper presents his song "Tak ta wotoch" (To your house) to give a message that the Mayan culture is in full swing, and to help other entrepreneurs and artists to present their services and creations and thus form a community.
On September 4, 2022, Jesús Salas Cortés passed away, a teacher and cultural promoter who dedicated his career to rescuing the state's traditional cuisine. At Amonite we present this unpublished text by the author: a children's story where we can meet or rediscover Saltillo's traditions and gastronomy.
The paths of life took her away from her love for basketball, but Lorena Sanchez always fights until the last second. Today he trains a team of disabled boys who are about to travel to Portugal. By: Quitze Fernandez
Being a woman and African-American in the mid-20th century could be a double limit for a person in the United States, but Mary W. Jackson was able to overcome adversity and become NASA's first female engineer
Toledo's work is local and, at the same time, universal. He feeds on what he has seen in books and travels, but, above all, on what he observes in his environment. In the end, he never stopped being that boy who played barefoot in the streets of Juchitán.
A few years ago we learned about the case of Carlos Santamaría, who at the age of 12 began studying Biomedical Physics at UNAM, which shows us that gifted children require special attention to develop their abilities.