A sexually dimorphic
learned birdsong in the Northern Cardinal.
The consistent key finding in both studies is that PCBs and PCDD/Fs at environmental levels do exhibit pronounced associations with sexually dimorphic
patterns of behavior in school-age children, based mostly on maternal reports of preferred toys, play activities, and sex-typical characteristics.
Wing (Figs 7, 9): Pattern: Complex, but with only little intraspecific and intrasexual variation; clearly dimorphic
, albeit differently in the two species (females of both species (Figs 8, 10), briefly compared here to males, but described in detail in the female section below, are similar and characterised by elongate dark area or band along posterior part of wing, dotted with numerous subhyaline spots, and broadened apically, filling entire apical third of wing).
responses of the brain norepinephrine system to stress and corticotropin-releasing factor.
Although multiple studies (8), (10) have noted the sexually dimorphic
nature of the canines within the Virginia opossum, none have analyzed them in a method independent of adult age class.
The analysis of specific gene segments derived from parasite isolates from Sri Lanka (11), Colombia (12), Thailand (13) and India (5,14) has indicated inter-allelic recombination between the sequences typified as Bel and Sal-1, thus supporting the notion that msp-1 polymorphism in P vivax is dimorphic
in nature, as is in P falciparum (15).
region of msp-2 gene showed family specific Hinf-1 restriction sites.
In such species, dimorphic
or induced cleistogamy will be
helluo are larger and more sexually dimorphic
in size and activity compared to Pardosa milvina (Walker et al.
fungus grows as a multicellular mold in the soil.
None of the other dimorphic
fungi have the propensity for central nervous system involvement that C neoformans does.
The species have Andean distributions mostly in mid to high elevations and are characterized by their shrubby or diminutively arborescent habits, dimorphic
shoots, and panroporare pollen.