As one of the most sexually dimorphic
species among wild sheep, male argali are two times larger than females (Fedosenko & Blank 2005).
It was observed that the PCV was the lowest in patients with macrocytic RBCs and the highest in dimorphic
2008) Sexually dimorphic
gastrin releasing peptide system in the spinal cord controls male reproductive functions.
On the other hand, it's well documented that lesser snow geese are dimorphic
Supplementary itraconazole may be beneficial if dimorphic
fungal infection, specifically emmonsia, is clinically suspected.
Blastomyces dermatitidis is a dimorphic
fungus that is found in the soil of the Ohio River valley and regions surrounding the Mississippi river within the US.
In 100% of the cases, the anal fin clearly indicated the sex of the fish, thus confirming the sexually dimorphic
nature of this characteristic.
Taken together, these experimental and epidemiological observations suggest that in utero exposure to PCBs, and perhaps to PCDD/Fs, may interfere with endocrine systems during development and particularly with the functioning of the HPG axis, thus modifying sexually dimorphic
brain development with subsequent permanent behavioral alterations in boys and girls.
Few species are dimorphic
in coloration although both sexes are similar in appearance (Miller 2000).
After collecting and analyzing mature fruits, we concluded that this specimen represents a new species of Bidens, based on characteristics such as dimorphic
achenes, the peripheral one being incurved and the inner ones being clavate and graded in size.
Histoplasmosis, also called as Darling's disease, is caused by a dimorphic
fungus Histoplasma capsulatum.
Their leaves are glabrous or scaly, monomorphic or dimorphic
(Tryon & Tryon 1982) with a coriaceous texture, which is an adaptation to the epiphytic environment (Hirsch & Kaplan 1974).