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Photon belt
The Photon Belt is a pseudo-scientific belief, largely linked to some parts of the New Age Movement

Photophobia
Photophobia is a symptom of abnormal intolerance to visual perception of light. As a medical symptom photophobia is not a morbid fear or phobia, but an experience of discomfort or pain to the eyes due to light exposure or by presence of actual physical photosensitivity of the eyes, though the term is sometimes additionally applied to abnormal or irrational fear of light such as

Photoplay (album)
-Track listing:#"High Rollin’"#"Magazine Madonna"#"Midsummer Madness"#"What Do You Do"#"I Got Love"#"Still in Love With You"#"Love Is Fine"#"Let Me Flow"#"The Way I Am"#"It’s a Game"-Release history:

Photoreceptor
Photoreceptor can refer to:In anatomy/cell biology:*Photoreceptor cell: a photosensitive cell in the retina of vertebrate eyes*Simple eyes in arthropods , photoreceptor organ of invertebrates often composed of a few sensory cells and a single lens*Eyespot apparatus : the photoreceptor organelle of a unicellular organism that

Photosphere
The photosphere of an astronomical object is the region from which externally received light originates. The term itself is derived from Ancient Greek roots, φῶς, φωτός/phos, photos meaning "light" and σφαῖρα/sphaira meaning "sphere", in reference to the fact that it is a spheric surface perceived to emit light

Phototropism
Phototropism is directional growth in which the direction of growth is determined by the direction of the light source. In other words, it is the growth and response to a light stimulus. Phototropism is most often observed in plants, but can also occur in other organisms such as fungi

PHR
PHR might refer to:*Principality of Hutt River, an independent micronation on the Western Australian continent.*Professional in Human Resources, a certification for human resource professionals

Phragmosis
Phragmosis is any method by which an animal defends itself in its burrow by using its own body as a barrier. An example can be seen in the mygalomorph spider Idiosoma nigrum , which protects itself in its burrow by positioning itself so as to block the burrow with its abdomen, which is unusually hard

Phrasal verb
A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and a preposition, a verb and an adverb, or a verb with both an adverb and a preposition, any of which are part of the syntax of the sentence, and so are a complete semantic unit. Sentences may contain direct and indirect objects in addition to the phrasal verb. Phrasal verbs are particularly frequent in the English language

Phrase
In everyday speech, a phrase may refer to any group of words. In linguistics, a phrase is a group of words which form a constituent and so function as a single unit in the syntax of a sentence. A phrase is lower on the grammatical hierarchy than a clause.

Phrase book
A phrase book is a collection of ready-made phrases, usually for a foreign language along with a translation, indexed and often in the form of questions and answers.- Structure :

Phrenology
Phrenology is a pseudoscience primarily focused on measurements of the human skull, based on the concept that the brain is the organ of the mind, and that certain brain areas have localized, specific functions or modules

Phrygian
Phrygian can refer to:*A person from Phrygia*Phrygian cap once characteristic of the region* Phrygian language*Phrygian mode in music* Phrygian Valley, a historic location in northwestern Turkey

Phryne (disambiguation)
Phryne was a famous hetaera of Ancient Greece highly regarded for her extraordinary beauty.Phryne may also refer to:* 1291 Phryne, a main-belt asteroid* Phryne Fisher, a fictional detective

Phycobilin
Phycobilins are chromophores found in cyanobacteria and in the chloroplasts of red algae, glaucophytes and some cryptomonads

Phycoplast
thumb|Schematic representation of types of cytokinesis in the green algae: 1) Phycoplast formation with cleavage furrow ; 2) Cleavage furrow and persistent telophase spindle ; 3) Phycoplast and cell plate formation ; 4) Persistent telophase spindle/phragmoplast with cell plate formation thumb|Schematic representation of types of cytokinesis in the green algae: 1) Phycoplast formation with cleavage furrow (e.g. Chlamydomonas); 2) Cleavage furrow and persistent telophase spindle (e.g. [[Klebsormidium]]); 3) Phycoplast and cell plate formation (e.g. Fritschiella); 4) Persistent telophase spindle/phragmoplast with cell plate formation thumb|Schematic representation of types of cytokinesis in the green algae: 1) Phycoplast formation with cleavage furrow (e.g. Chlamydomonas); 2) Cleavage furrow and persistent telophase spindle (e.g. [[Klebsormidium]]); 3) Phycoplast and cell plate formation (e.g. Fritschiella); 4) Persistent telophase spindle/phragmoplast with cell plate formation (e.g

Phyla
Phyla, the plural of phylum, may refer to:* Phylum, a biological taxon between Kingdom and Class* Phylum , in linguistics, a large division of possibly related languagesPhyla, as a singular, may refer to:

Phylactery
Phylactery may refer to:* An amulet or charm.* English name for Tefillin, a pair of small black leather boxes containing scrolls of parchment inscribed with verses from the Torah, which are worn by observant Jews during weekday morning prayers.

Phyllo
Phyllo, filo, or fillo dough is paper-thin sheets of unleavened flour dough used for making pastries in Middle Eastern and Balkan cuisine.-History:An early, thick form of phyllo appears to be of Central Asian Turkic origin

Phylogenetics
In biology, phylogenetics is the study of evolutionary relatedness among groups of organisms , which is discovered through molecular sequencing data and morphological data matrices

Phylotype
A phylotype is biological type that classifies an organism by its phylogenetic, that is evolutionary, relationship to other organisms. The term phylotype is taxon-neutral, thus one can choose the phylogenetic level at which the phylotype is described, e.g. species, class, 97% genetic similarity or homology

Phylum
In biology, a phylum The term was coined by Georges Cuvier from Greek φῦλον phylon, "race, stock," related to φυλή phyle, "tribe, clan." is a taxonomic rank below kingdom and above class. "Phylum" is equivalent to the botanical term division.

Physical
Physical may refer to:*Body, the physical structure of an organism**Human body, the physical structure of a human*Physical abuse, abuse involving contact intended to cause feelings of intimidation, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm

Physical chemistry
Physical chemistry is the study of macroscopic, atomic, subatomic, and particulate phenomena in chemical systems in terms of physical laws and concepts

Physician
A physician is a health care provider who practices the profession of medicine, which is concerned with promoting, maintaining or restoring human health through the study, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, injury and other physical and mental impairments

Physicist
A physicist is a scientist who studies or practices physics. Physicists study a wide range of physical phenomena in many branches of physics spanning all length scales: from sub-atomic particles of which all ordinary matter is made to the behavior of the material Universe as a whole .-Etymology:The term "Physicist" was coined by English philosopher,

Physics
Physics is a natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion through spacetime, along with related concepts such as energy and force. More broadly, it is the general analysis of nature, conducted in order to understand how the universe behaves.Physics is one of the oldest academic disciplines, perhaps the oldest through its inclusion of astronomy

Physiology
Physiology is the science of the function of living systems. This includes how organisms, organ systems, organs, cells, and bio-molecules carry out the chemical or physical functions that exist in a living system. The highest honor awarded in physiology is the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, awarded since 1901 by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Many U.S

Physiotope
Physiotope is the total abiotic matrix of habitat present within any certain ecotope. The physiotope is the landform, the rocks and the soils, the climate and the hydrology, and the geologic processes which marshalled all these resources together in a certain way and in this time and place.-References:* Kratochwil, Anselm

Phytochelatin
Phytochelatins are oligomers of glutathione, produced by the enzyme phytochelatin synthase. They are found in plants, fungi, nematodes and all groups of algae including cyanobacteria. Phytochelatins act as chelators, and are important for heavy metal detoxification

PI3
PI3 may refer to:* Peptidase inhibitor 3* Phosphorus triiodide* Phosphoinositide 3-kinase

Pia
Pia or Piá may refer to:*Pia, Polynesian arrowroot*Pia , a Korean rock band*Pia Carry, a lifesaving technique*Pia , a given name*Pia, France, a French commune*Pia mater, a layer of the meninges in the brain

PIA
-In aviation::* Pacific Island Aviation* Pakistan International Airlines, the flag carrier of Pakistan.* Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Ontario * Peoria International Airport IATA code

Pian
Pian may refer to:* Pian , a tropical infection of the skin, bones and joints* Pian Camuno, a commune in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy, Italy* Pian di Scò, a commune in the province of Arezzo, in Tuscany, Italy

Piana
Piana is a commune in the Corse-du-Sud department of France on the island of Corsica.-Population:-See also:*Communes of the Corse-du-Sud department* Calanques de Piana, UNESCO World Heritage Site* Torra di Turghju-References:*

Pianist
A pianist is a musician who plays the piano. A professional pianist can perform solo pieces, play with an ensemble or orchestra, or accompany one or more singers, solo instrumentalists, or other performers.-Choice of genres:

Pianoman
Pianoman is an alias of dance music producer, James Sammon from Bradford, West Yorkshire who got to number 6 in the UK Singles Chart with the hit single "Blurred" in June 1996

Pianura
Pianura is a western suburb of Naples, southern Italy. It is bounded on one side by the area of Soccavo and on the other side by the outskirts of the town of Pozzuoli.-Personalities:*Justin Russolillo , presbyter

PIASEK
Andrzej Piaseczny more commonly known as Piasek, is a Polish singer.Piasek represented Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2001 with his up-tempo dance song "2 Long". He finished 20th from a field of 23 participating countries

Piazza
A piazza is a city square in Italy, Malta, along the Dalmatian coast and in surrounding regions. The term is roughly equivalent to the Spanish plaza

PIC
-Government and politics:* Partido Independiente de Color, a former Cuban political party* Peace Implementation Council, an international body charged with implementing the Dayton Peace Agreement for Bosnia and Herzegovina

Pica
Pica may refer to:*Pica , in typesetting and document layout*Pica , abnormal appetite for earth and other non-foods*Pica , a genus of magpie*Pica Press, a publishing imprint*Pica, Chile, city in the Tarapacá Region of Chile

Picador
A picador is one of the pair of horsemen in a Spanish bullfight that jab the bull with a lance. They perform in the tercio de varas which is the first of the three stages in a Spanish bullfight.The picador has three main functions:

Picardy
This article is about the historical French province. For other uses, see Picardy .Picardy is a historical province of France, in the north of France

Picardy (disambiguation)
Picardy may refer to:* Picardy - historical province of France* Picardy - modern region of France* Picardy - hymn tune* Picardy third - music: major key ending to a minor key piece

Picardy (hymn)
"Picardy" is a hymn tune used in Christian churches, based on a French carol; it is in a minor key and its meter is 8.7.8.7.8.7. Its name comes from the province of France from where it is thought to originate. The tune dates back at least to the 17th century, and was originally used for the folk song "Jesus Christ s'habille en pauvre"

Picaresque (disambiguation)
Picaresque may refer to:* Picaresque novel, popular subgenre of prose fiction* Picaresque , 2005 album by American rock band The Decemberists

Picayune
A picayune was a Spanish coin, worth half a real. Its name derives from the French picaillon, which is itself from the Provençal picaioun, meaning "small coin." By extension, picayune can mean "trivial" or "of little value."

Picayune (Amtrak station)
The Picayune Amtrak Station, located in Picayune, Mississippi, is served by the passenger train. The street address is 200 South Highway 11, in the heart of downtown Picayune

Picayune (disambiguation)
A picayune is an obsolete Spanish coin.As the coin was of little value, picayune also came to mean "trivial" or "of little value".Picayune may also refer to:

Piccalilli
Piccalilli is a British relish of chopped pickled vegetables and spices; regional recipes vary considerably. A more finely chopped variety "sandwich piccalilli" is also available from major British supermarkets.-Etymology:

Picenadol
Picenadol is a 4-phenylpiperidine derivative that is an opioid analgesic drug developed by Eli Lilly in the 1970s.Picenadol is an effective analgesic with similar efficacy to pethidine

Piciformes
Nine families of largely arboreal birds make up the order Piciformes, the best-known of them being the Picidae, which includes the woodpeckers and close relatives

Pick 'n' mix
Pick 'n' mix is a common method used to sell various small items. It is most often used to sell confectionery, whereby small sweets are displayed in tubs or bins

Pick 'n' Mix
Pick 'n' Mix is the second album by English singer Lolly.- Track listing :#Girls Just Wanna Have Fun 2:53#Per Sempre Amore 2:52#It Never Rains But It Pours 3:02#999 3:44#She Loves You 2:20#I Can't Help Myself 3:37#You Left The Light On 3:23

Pick of the Litter (manga)
is a Japanese shōjo manga series written by Yuriko Suda that was serialized in Monthly Asuka from 2004 through 2007. The individual chapters were published in six tankōbon volumes by Kadokawa Shoten.

Pick Up (album)
Pick Up is the second full-length album from Amsterdam-based artist Solex. It was released as follow-up to Solex Vs. the Hitmeister on 14 September 1999 on the Matador Records label

Pick Up the Phone (The Notwist song)
"Pick Up the Phone" is the second single from the 2002 album Neon Golden by German electronica band The Notwist.-Track listing:#"Pick Up the Phone" – 3:55#"Red Room" – 6:11#"This Room " – 8:05#"Pick Up the Phone "

Pickaninny
Pickaninny is a term in English which refers to children of black descent or a racial caricature thereof. It is a pidgin word form, which may be derived from the Portuguese pequenino . In the Creole English of Surinam the word for a child is pikin ningre

Pickaxe
A pickaxe or pick is a hand tool with a hard head attached perpendicular to the handle.Some people make the distinction that a pickaxe has a head with a pointed end and a flat end, and a pick has both ends pointed, or only one end; but most people use the words to mean the same thing.The head is usually made of metal, and the handle is most

Zong Massacre
The Zong Massacre was a mass-killing of African slaves that took place on November 29th, 1781, on the Zong, a British slave ship owned by James Gregson and colleagues in a Liverpool slave-trading firm.

Zonophone
Zonophone, early on also rendered as Zon-O-Phone was a record label founded in 1899 in Camden, New Jersey by Frank Seaman. The Zonophone name was not that of the company, but was applied to the records and machines sold by Seaman from 1899-1900 to 1903

Zoo Negara
The National Zoo is a zoo in Malaysia located on of land in Ulu Klang, near Taman Melawati, in north-east Kuala Lumpur. It was officially opened on 14 November 1963. The park is managed by a non-governmental organization known as the Malaysian Zoological Society

Zoo Tycoon 2
Zoo Tycoon 2 is a video game in which the player may create and operate a zoo by managing its finances, employees and animal exhibits. The goal is to become a "zoo tycoon". Originally released for Windows, Zoo Tycoon 2 is also available for Windows Mobile, PDA, Mac OS X and Nintendo DS

Zookeeper
A zookeeper is a worker in a zoo, responsible for the feeding and daily care of the animals. As part of their routine, they clean the exhibits and report health problems

Zoological Survey of India
The Zoological Survey of India is a premier Indian organisation in zoological research and studies. It was established on 1 July 1916 to promote the survey, exploration and research of the fauna in the region

Zoology
Zoology |zoölogy]]), is the branch of biology that relates to the animal kingdom, including the structure, embryology, evolution, classification, habits, and distribution of all animals, both living and extinct

ZOOM
ZOOM is an American educational television show, created almost entirely by children, which aired on PBS originally from January 3, 1972 to 1978

Zoom (audio company)
Zoom is a Japanese audio company that is distributed in the U.S. under the Samson family of companies, in the UK by Zoom UK Distribution Limited and in Germany by Sound Service GmBH. Zoom produce effects pedals for guitars and basses, recording equipment, drum machines

Zooplankton
Zooplankton are heterotrophic plankton. Plankton are organisms drifting in oceans, seas, and bodies of fresh water. The word "zooplankton" is derived from the Greek zoon , meaning "animal", and , meaning "wanderer" or "drifter"

Zoroastrianism
Zoroastrianism is a religion and philosophy based on the teachings of prophet Zoroaster and was formerly among the world's largest religions. It was probably founded some time before the 6th century BCE in Greater Iran.In Zoroastrianism, the Creator Ahura Mazda is all good, and no evil originates from Him

Zorro (1990 TV series)
Zorro, also known as The New Zorro, New World Zorro, and Zorro 1990, is an American action-adventure drama series featuring Duncan Regehr as the character of Zorro. Regehr portrayed the fearless Latino hero and fencer on The Family Channel from 1990 to 1993

Zorro (novel)
Zorro is a 2005 mock biography and the first origin story of the pulp hero Zorro, written by Chilean author Isabel Allende. It is a prequel to the events of the original Zorro story, Johnston McCulley's 1919 novella The Curse of Capistrano

Zorro (TV series)
Zorro is an American action/adventure drama series produced by Walt Disney Productions. Based on the well-known Zorro character, the series premiered on October 10, 1957 on ABC. The final network broadcast was June 2, 1959

ZSU-23-4
The ZSU-23-4 "Shilka" is a lightly armored, self-propelled, radar guided anti-aircraft weapon system . ZSU stands for Zenitnaya Samokhodnaya Ustanovka , meaning "anti-aircraft self-propelled mount". The "23" signifies the bore diameter in millimeters. The "4" signifies the number of gun barrels. It is named after the Russian Shilka River

Zucchini
The zucchini is a summer squash which often grows to nearly a meter in length, but which is usually harvested at half that size or less. It is a hybrid of the cucumber. Along with certain other squashes, it belongs to the species Cucurbita pepo. Zucchini can be dark or light green

Zugspitze
The Zugspitze, at 2,962 metres above sea level, is the highest peak of the Wetterstein Mountains as well as the highest mountain in Germany. It lies south of the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and the border between Germany and Austria runs over its western summit. South of the mountain is the Zugspitzplatt, a high karst plateau with numerous caves

Zuhair Murad
Zuhair Murad is a Beirut-based Lebanese fashion designer.In 1995, Zuhair Murad opened his first atelier in Beirut and not long after he came to establish a very high reputation on the international fashion scene. What began as a mere hobby soon turned into an empire of unique sophistication and celebrated fashion

Zuiderkerk (Amsterdam)
The Zuiderkerk is a 17th Century Protestant church in the Nieuwmarkt area of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The church played an important part in the life of Rembrandt and was the subject of a painting by Claude Monet.

Zulu language
Zulu is the language of the Zulu people with about 10 million speakers, the vast majority of whom live in South Africa. Zulu is the most widely spoken home language in South Africa as well as being understood by over 50% of the population

Zuma Rock
Zuma Rock is a large monolith located in Niger State, Nigeria. It is just north of Nigeria's capital Abuja, along the main road from Abuja to Kaduna, and is sometimes referred to as "Gateway to Abuja." It is depicted on the 100 naira bill. Zuma Rock is 725 meters above its surroundings.- External links :* *

Zumiez
Zumiez is a mall-based, specialty apparel store founded by Tom Campion and Gary Haakenson in 1978, and publicly traded since 2005. "Offering gear and clothing for the skater, snowboarder, and surfer," Zumiez sells action-sports related clothing and has created an image based around action sports like skateboarding, snowboarding, and motocross

Zune
Zune is a digital media brand owned by Microsoft which includes a line of portable media players, a digital media player software for Windows machines, a music subscription service known as a 'Zune Music Pass', music and video streaming for the Xbox 360 via the Zune Software, music, TV and movie sales, and the media software for Windows Phone

Zungeru
Zungeru is a town in Niger State, Nigeria. It was the capital of the British protectorate of Northern Nigeria from 1902 until 1916. It is the site of the Niger State Polytechnic and is located on the Kaduna River.-Colonial history:

Zuni
The Zuni or A:shiwi are a federally recognized Native American tribe, one of the Pueblo peoples. Most live in the Pueblo of Zuni on the Zuni River, a tributary of the Little Colorado River, in western New Mexico, United States

Zurab Avalishvili
Zurab Avalishvili was a Georgian historian, jurist and diplomat in the service of the Democratic Republic of Georgia . He was also known as Zurab Davidovich Avalov in a Russian manner.

Zwitterion
In chemistry, a zwitterion is a neutral molecule with a positive and a negative electrical charge at different locations within that molecule. Zwitterions are sometimes also called inner salts.-Examples:

Zygaena (genus)
Zygaena is a genus of moths in the Zygaenidae family. These brightly coloured, day-flying moths are native to the West Palearctic.-Species:* Zygaena afghana* Zygaena algira* Zygaena alluaudi* Zygaena angelicae Ochsenheimer, 1808

ZZ Top
ZZ Top is an American rock band, sometimes referred to as "That Little Ol' Band from Texas". Their style, which is rooted in blues-based boogie rock, has come to incorporate elements of arena, southern, and boogie rock. The band, from Houston Texas, formed in 1969