Belanger SE, Balon EK, Rawlings JM (2010) Saltatory
ontogeny of fishes and sensitive early life stages for ecotoxicology tests.
Funnel traps captured significantly more saltatory
frogs, treefrogs, and lizards than did other trap types (Fig.
There is good evidence that trauma disproportionately damages small fibers, probably because they lack protective myelin and saltatory
Kamler, 2002), the ontogeny of organisms should be realistically described based on the saltatory
life-history model of embryo, larva, juvenile, adult and senescent periods (e.
32) Indeed, Chambers' peculiar notion of "the operation of the law of development" through the saltatory
intervention of a "higher generative law" may well be reflected in Walden's "Higher Laws," all but a few paragraphs of which date from 1852 and after.
special reference to the theory of non-adaptive saltatory
The same is true for the meadow jumping mouse, whose elongated hind legs are adapted to saltatory
Early ontogeny of walleye, Stizostedion vitreum, with steps of saltatory
The point every altered state method, from the absolutely free association Breathwork evokes (Hendricks, 1995; Zimberoff & Hartman, 1999) to the saltatory
, emotion-driven age regressions used in Hypno-Behavioral Therapy (Zimberoff & Hartman, 1998), is to facilitate an exploration of history in a manner that reveals patterns so far unrecognized by the conscious intellect.
The enlargement process, permanently controlled and disposing of the clearly defined subjects and precise rules, in most cases lacks the symptoms of spontaneity; moreover, repeated strokes are not "a quick and saltatory
phenomenon" as is implied by the term "waves.
The larval search strategy for prey appeared to change from one that was saltatory
to one that was cruising, and the foraging behavior was not strongly affected by variation in prey availability.
The Pleistocene glaciation caused the arid area to shrink and led to the disappearance of many species that had adapted to the desert conditions--the extinct saltatory
marsupials of the family Argyrolagidae, for instance.