The warm spadix is visible, because the spathe (V-shaped structure) has been cut away.Sterile male florets in the center of the spadix are warmest, but the fertile male florets also produce heat.At low ambient temperatures during the night, heat production by the flower rises to about 1 Watt.
The mountains and the oceans the sky and the sea, the sun the moon and the stars, the flowers, and the meadows, the chirping of the birds and the music of the waters–all these possess an unearthly beauty.
Anyone who is blind to such beauties of nature and deaf to her music must be dead in soul.
Close examination of the data reveals that there is a small decrease in flower temperature that occurs with falling ambient temperature (see Figure 3).
Therefore is it clear that respiration in these species is relationship between temperature and rates of biochemical reactions.
The moon is a pale maiden and the ocean is her lover. And in the dark nights, the stars shine like sleepless sentinels (watchmen) of the night.
Byron said, The snow-clad mountains with the neighbor, with the sky, are the greatest sight.The clear cool waters, the gentle breezes, the coiling rivers, the bubbling springs, the freshwater lakes and the snow-clad mountains of Kashmir are very charming indeed.While praising the beauty of Kashmir a poet has aptly said: Baron loved the stormy ocean and called it the Image of God and the Throne of the Almighty. When the full moon sketches her silvery beams and shines on the earth, there is a commotion in the sea and mountainous tides rise high as if to touch the moon.A few species with the most powerfully thermogenic flowers also exhibit temperature regulation, which is the maintenance of a relatively constant temperature in the flower, regardless of external air temperature.Rather precise thermoregulation has been discovered in , flower temperature varies only 6°C while ambient temperature varies 35°C (Figure 3).Oxygen delivery through individual cells apparently limits the mass-specific respiration rate, and higher rates of floral heat production are possible only by increasing the floral size (Seymour 2010).Heat production occurs by rapid respiration in the cells of the flowers.In springtime there, Meadows are gay with the lowest flowers and streams sleep and dance merrily as they flow down their valleys. Here are the beauteous sights of nature, more beautiful than any painting, which is, after all, imitation. The butterfly with its silken wings flits from flower to flower.Painters make pictures of the grassy fields, streams, and flowering trees. At night the glow worm lights its lamp among the flowers and grass.Torrential rains wash them, white snow falls on their forehead, the breezes and storm blow Cross them.Nature has been very generous to both Kashmir and Switzerland. And dawn has inspired the poets to write poetry that moves the words of millions.