To investigate the effect that living alongside snake predators might have had on the evolution of sinistral
species, Hoso and his colleagues first looked at how effectively the snake Pareas iwasakii preys on Satsuma snails.
74, 75) up to 15 mm, sinistral
, planospiral, with 4.
Three of the four studies found that, for male offspring, LR couples produced significantly more sinistral
offspring than did RR couples, the Ashton study being the only exception.
The consequences of being different: Sinistral
coiling in Cerion.
Even in intermanual conflicts, as when the left hand seizes the wrist of the right arm to prevent drinking a glass of water, the patient will say it is that sinister sinistral
hand which is giving him trouble, not that there is someone other than himself initiating its rebellious behaviour.
Oito cachoeiras foram estudadas, e o valor didatico e cientifico foi alto para a maioria delas, uma vez que apresentam caracteristicas geologicas de facil visualizacao, como observacao de contatos litologicos, planos de falhas, feicoes e planos em zonas de cisalhamento transcorrente sinistral
, estruturas venuladas do tipo "stockwork", diques pegmatiticos, foliacoes e lineamentos.
This zone is a sinistral
strike-slip fault zone and is about 550 km long.
112(8) 114(17) 67 75 Bones Dextral Sinistral
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Contract awarded for Okjeonri Development Goals groundwater esque sinistral
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Interestingly, the expression of pitx2 in sinistral
tongue sole was much higher than in dextral flatfish stone flounder during metamorphosis, which might be one of the reasons of different deflecting direction of them.
7 % of body length), dorsal, not protuberant; nostril opening ovoid, not prominent, anterolaterally directed, located slightly closer to eye than to tip of snout; spiracle sinistral
, angled 45 degrees with respect to horizontal plane of body; opening of spiracle located at midline of body, slightly closer to end of body than to tip of snout; inner wall of spiracle free from body (Altig and McDiarmid, 1999; Fig.