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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIMORPHIC»
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The dimorphic factor is sex-linked, but the characteristics of this factor only
become visible after the first molt. The best heredity rules to follow are: Dimorphic
(or nondimorphic/dimorphic) x dimorphic Dimorphic x apricot Dimorphic x frosted
Matthew M. Vriends, Tanya M. Heming-Vriends, 2001
Fungi: Their Importance As Models for ...
This e-book is recommended for scholars and researchers working or interested in human, animal and plant pathogenesis, fungal genetics, molecular biology, development, evolution, and differentiation.
Factors Promoting the Evolution of Sexually Dimorphic
Chapter two focuses on the fraterna species group and tests for hybridization and lineage sorting to explain rampant polyphyly of the species P. fraterna and P. hirticula.
Endocrine Modulators and the Development of Sexually ...
The African weakly electric fish Mormyrus rume proboscirostris is an excellent preparation to study organization and activation of sexually dimorphic characters.
Genetics of Sexual Differentiation and Sexually Dimorphic
This suggests that the signal for initiating this sexually dimorphic neuronal growth
cannot be exclusively dependent on hormonal action and supports the role for a
sex chromosome effect on the sexual dimorphism observed in DA neurons.
Serotonergic Systems in the Regulation of Sexually Dimorphic
Specifically, in the mesocorticolimbic system (which plays a major role in motor
and reward responses to cocaine) sexual dimorphic patterns in the serotonergic (
5-HT) system have been found (13,87,100,128,191). It is known that 5-HT1A ...
Karen Marie Weierstall, 2006
Patterns of gene expression during early sexually dimorphic
Using doublecortin (DCX) as a marker for migratory neurons, we found the expression intensity at P9 was substantially higher than that of adults, indicating that DCX expression was developmentally regulated.
Atlas of the Clinical Microbiology of Infectious Diseases: ...
BLASTOMYCES DERMATITIDIS B. dermatitidis , an ascomycete, is the least
understood of the North American endemic mycoses caused by thermally
dimorphic fungi. B. dermatitidis, the causative agent of blastomycosis, is endemic
in the ...
BIOS Instant Notes in Medical Microbiology
Key Notes Dimorphic fungi Dimorphic fungi comprise a diverse group of fungi
characterized by mycelial growth at 22°C, but development of yeast forms at 35–
37°C. Sporotrichosis is an infection of subcutaneous tissue with Sporothrix
William Irving, Tim Boswell, Dlawer Ala'Aldeen, 2004
New Sexually Dimorphic
Jawfish (Opistognathus; ...
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Dopamine Boosts Libido In Aging Male Flies
The authors intend to investigate sexually dimorphic neurons in future studies, particulaly those expressing the fruitless (fru) genes. The article ... «Asian Scientist Magazine, Jul 15»
Divergence at the edges: peripatric isolation in the montane spiny …
An associated climate shift was observed in most potentially peripatric splits. Morphological variation was highest in sexually dimorphic traits ... «7thSpace Interactive, Jun 15»
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The obvious sex dimorphic difference in hair distribution in men and women is primarily a result of differences in the levels of androgen ... «Pulse Nigeria, Jun 15»
Baby sugar glider takes flying lessons
They are sexually dimorphic, with females being smaller than the males, and lacking the scent gland on the forehead. Females give birth to one ... «The Guardian, Jun 15»
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Differences in Hematopoietic Stem Cells Contribute to Sexually Dimorphic Inflammatory Responses to High Fat Diet-induced Obesity. «Wall Street Journal, Jun 15»
Meet the 'dad bods' of the wild animal kingdom
Orangutans are a highly sexually dimorphic species in relation to their size and facial features. In addition to boasting a body mass that's often ... «Mother Nature Network, Jun 15»
Google's brilliant ad describes transgender man's transition
@caicopley Sorry, but I've not seen a single study showing humans are sexually dimorphic (like some frogs, fish, and other species). «CNET, Jun 15»
Of frog princes and princesses: Dimorphism in Kudremukh frogs
Ghate's shrub frog was found to be sexually dimorphic, in that only males had outgrowths with bony flaps on their upper arm bones (called ... «Bangalore Mirror, Jun 15»
First-of-its-kind bird fossil found in Brazil
Researchers agree that these structures were likely sexually dimorphic – that is, different in appearance between males and females of the ... «EarthSky, Jun 15»
What Makes a Woman? A Trans Woman Responds to a Mid-20th …
We are a sexually dimorphic species, and there are differences everywhere in our bodies. The question is whether they are significant. When it ... «Huffington Post, Jun 15»