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releaser

(rĭ-lē′sər)
n.
A stimulus that releases a specific behavior pattern in an animal.

releaser

any stimulus that gives rise to an instinctive act. For example, the red breast of a male robin causes another male to attack it.

releaser

device in the milking machine which discharges milk from the vacuum pressure system to atmospheric pressure.
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the signed digest is decrypted with the public key of the releaser
Is it the red or the brown coloration, or both, that acts as the behavioral releaser in this species?
Not only does Bryant have Downy Wrinkle Releaser on the set to keep costumes camera-ready, but it is a favorite fabric-care product for her personal wardrobe, too.
Although not everyone will spend the money on a remote bird releaser, I do use them a lot, and recommend one if you can afford it.
One person can easily set up the situation with a bird in a releaser positioned ahead of the silhouette.
From the other side using releaser serotonin medication because releasing prolactine that exists in itself.
Other releases can include a simple memorandum, including the hospital or records center concerned, the nature of the records sought (clarifying that they include mental health), the identity of the person to whom records can be released, and a signature from the releaser.
Prudential's latest Equity Releaser Index says the over 65s still have pounds 693bn locked up in bricks and mortar.
Zymosan is well known as a powerful releaser of arachidonic acid metabolites, which are very important for vasodilation and swelling as well as the release of chemotactic factors that recruit polymorphonuclear cells to the affected zone and that contribute actively to the early phase of inflammatory reaction (Remirez et al.
Compound 48/80, the best-known polybasic histamine releaser, was discovered in the search for hypotensive agents.
Eating dry or salty food, being deprived of water for several hours and strenuous exercise all act to build up energy (drive) we can call thirst, so when presented with water (Lorenz referred to the water as a releaser For the innate behavior of drinking), an animal will drink.