We compared the germination rates of egested
and noningested seeds from the consumption trials.
The impossibility of such a creation sequence was argued in my book on the premise that "planets can only come into existence given the presence of a Sun" and from that, it could be egested
into space and not vice-versa.
feces had distinct colorations that were related to the specific coloration of the diet to which they were exposed.
Toward the anterior of the cell, vacuoles containing particles were apparently being egested
at the uroid.
Although little is known about the natural history of Anthopleura larvae in the wild, laboratory studies have shown that aposymbiotic larvae readily form associations with nonmotile symbionts naturally egested
by adult anemones, lending some support to this hypothesis (Schwarz et al., 2002).
The earthworm's relatively simple digestive system, consisting of a mouth, pharynx, esophagus, crop, gizzard, and intestine, enables it to grind vegetable matter and other stray material that it ingests to produce the clay-like manure castings egested
from its anus and deposited on the ground's surface.
Thus, energy is lost to the food web when the shell is produced by the mussel, and also lost when it is handled and egested
Beginning in 1737, he exhibited three noted devices, a flute-playing faun, a tabor player and gurgling duck that apparently ingested and egested
Number of pellets egested
or number of prey items/pellet did not vary seasonally.
It removes potassium by exchanging sodium ions for potassium ions in the intestine before the resin is egested
. This action may lead to a significant rise in serum sodium and, therefore, trigger thirst as well as fluid retention in those patients without residual renal function.
Size selective feeding of Anodonta calipygos, a phytoplanktivorous freshwater bivalve, and viability of egested