10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AESTIVATION»
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: Molecular and Physiological Aspects
This book seeks to explore the phenomenon of aestivation from different perspectives and levels of organization, ranging from microhabitat selection to genetic control of physiological adjustments.
Carlos Arturo Navas, José Eduardo Carvalho, 2010
The Metabolism of Aestivation
in the African Lungfish, ...
The metabolism of the African lungfish, Protopterus dolloi, induced to aestivate in the laboratory, was examined.
Natasha Therese Frick, University of Guelph. Department of Integrative Biology, University of Guelph. School of Graduate Studies, 2007
of Botrylloides Gascoi Della Valle...
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
Frank Watts Bancroft, 2012
The Botanical Text-book: An Introduction to Scientific ...
280), we find the prevailingly contorted or convolute aestivation affecting casual
transitions to the imbricative mode, corresponding to those already mentioned in
the foregoing paragraph. 499. The valvular or valvate aestivation is that in which
An Elementary Course of Botany: Structural, Physiological ...
The aestivation of flower-buds agrees essentially with the vernation of leaf-buds (
§§ 112, 113), especially as regards the folding of the individual organs ; the
sepals and petals may be reclinate, con- 'luplicate, plicate, convolute, involute (a
A Natural System of Botany ; Or a Systematic View of the ...
Sepals 5, or by abortion 3, irregular, deciduous, with an imbricated aestivation ;
the two exterior opposite, lateral, somewhat unsymmetrical, with a valvate
aestivation, but giving way for the projection of the spur of the odd sepal ; the odd
Illustrations of Indian Botany: Or Figures Illustrative of ...
Petals hypogynous free, or slightly combined at the base ; aestivation twisted.
Stamens indefinite, distinct, when numerous, attached to a broad somewhat
elevated torus, occasionally irregularly polyadelphous ; when few, adherent to
the base ...
Cardio-Respiratory Control in Vertebrates: Comparative and ...
3 Effects of aestivation on PaCO2, [HCO−3] and pH in Lepidosiren paradoxa.
Data are expressed as mean values ± SE. Results were considered significantly
different when P < 0.05. Asterisk means difference from the activity period.
Mogens L. Glass, Stephen C. Wood, 2009
Advances in Insect physiology APL
H. AESTIVATION AND GAMIC REPRODUCTION A few species of aphids which
remain on the woody host during the summer instead of migrating to herbaceous
plants, undergo a lengthy period of summer diapause. Photoperiod controls ...
J. W. L. Beament, J. E. Treherne, Sir Vincent Brian Wigglesworth, 1966
Aquatic Oligochaete Biology IX: Selected Papers from the 9th ...
Seasonal. vertical. migration. and. aestivation. of. Rhyacodrilus. hiemalis. (
Tubificidae,. Clitellata). in. the. sediment. of. Lake. Biwa,. Japan. Tetsuya Narita 8-
25-9, Sakamoto, Otsu, 520-0113, Shiga, Japan (Fax: +81-77-5790057; E-mail: ...
Piet F. M. Verdonschot, Hongzhe Wang, Adrian Pinders, 2007
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «AESTIVATION»
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This process of sleeping during heat and drought is called aestivation. In areas where there aren't extreme climates, hedgehogs are active and ... «Live Science, Jun 15»
Bee With No Stripes Discovered in Kenya
... that survive the long droughts in a state of suspended animation called aestivation, then emerging as adult bees when the rains finally come. «Voices, Feb 15»
Butterflies booming in south-east Queensland
"So we have got the warmth as well as the rain and that is what has caused the adults to break the aestivation, which is the insect hibernation, ... «ABC Online, Jan 15»
How Catfish Mysteriously Benefit Leopards
... is available as the whole body go into a dormancy state called Aestivation which makes the body to be inactive in order to conserve energy, ... «AllAfrica.com, Jan 15»
10 unusual nature words we should use more often
According to the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), the word comes from the Latin aestivation-, aestivatio, which means "summer pasturing," and ... «The Week Magazine, Dec 14»
Giant African Snail will make a comeback: experts
The molluscs that have gone into aestivation (period of hibernation to escape summer heat and dryness) could come out in a big way during ... «The Hindu, Dec 14»
December tales of slumber and speed in the wild
#Most small mammals go into short deep sleep known as aestivation, during which they may awaken to feed deep in their burrows or actually ... «Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, Dec 14»
Pea soup is your ticket to a no-sweat dinner party
... thought of firing up a few burners — heaven forbid the oven — inside the house can be enough to induce the social equivalent of aestivation. «MiamiHerald.com, Aug 14»
How to Host a Summer Dinner Party Without Overheating Your Guests
... the thought of firing up a few burners—God forbid the oven—inside the house can be enough to induce the social equivalent of aestivation. «Slate Magazine, Jul 14»
How do animals beat the heat?
Toads, frogs and snails are a few species that enter a state of dormancy, known as aestivation, to avoid heat and dry conditions. Aestivation is ... «Bonners Ferry Herald, Jul 14»