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Neurobiology of Mice Selected for High Voluntary Wheel-running ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 2005 45(3):438-455; doi:10.1093/icb/45.3.438 ... Chronic wheel running (several weeks) also increased the production of ...
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Comparative feeding behavior of planktonic ctenophores -- Haddock ...
Sep 18, 2007 ... Integrative and Comparative Biology, doi:10.1093/icb/icm088 .... However, using larger containers, later studies showed that Pleurobrachia ...
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Spicule Formation by Isolated Micromeres of the Sea Urchin Embryo ...
Micromeres are isolated at the 16-cell stage from three species of Japanese sea urchins, Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus, Pseudocentrotus depressus, ...
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Caudal Neurosecretory System: A Physiologist's View -- BERLIND 13 ...
The physiology of the system is still not clear. The best evidence for an osmoregulatory role includes effects of extracts on renal diuresis and Na+ ...
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Water Relations of Chelonian Eggs and Embryos: Is Wetter Better ...
American Zoologist 1999 39(2):289-303; doi:10.1093/icb/39.2.289 ... Correspondence: 2 E-mail: packard{at}lamar.colostate.edu ...
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The Importance of Species: Perspectives on Expendability and ...
The question of expendability figures prominently in the recent body of controversial research that attempts to establish links between biodiversity and ...
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Tadpole Locomotion: Axial Movement and Tail Functions in a Largely ...
The bottom figure is a composite illustration made by marking the portion of the tail lost to injury in each individual tadpole and then layering the ...
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Origin and evolution of a myxozoan worm -- Jiménez-Guri et al ...
Jun 27, 2007 ... Analyses are consistent with the hypothesis that Buddenbrockia is indeed a malacosporean myxozoan, but do not provide support for ...
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1982 PAST-PRESIDENTIAL AUUKtSS ORPHOLOGY OF THE ACTINOPTERYG1AN ...
Authors: Sheryl Coombs, George V. Lauder, Karel F. Liem, Rudolf Nieuwenhuys, ... ranged by Karel F. Liem (Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, ...
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The Signature of Seeds in Resurrection Plants: A Molecular and ...
Nicola Illing1, Katherine J. Denby1, Helen Collett1, Arthur Shen1 and Jill M. Farrant2,1 1 Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Cape Town ...
 
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