species recognition

species recognition

the exchange of specific signals between individual members of a species, such as occurs during courtship.
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(2017) provide an overview of underlying principles and performance benchmarking of five readily available species recognition programs.
"We have shown that species recognition, one of the commonest explanations, is unlikely to be responsible for the diversity or origin of ornamentation in this group," Andrew Knapp, the lead author of the study, said in a (https://eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-03/qmuo-dfa031918.php) statement.
Species recognition and species isolation in wandering spiders (Cupiennius spp.; Ctenidae).
Mata-Montero and Carranza-Rojas [4] summed up the recent efforts in the plant species recognition using computer vision and machine learning techniques, and the main technical issues for efficiently identifying biodiversity.
Hong, "Mobile-based flower species recognition in the natural environment," IEEE Electronics Letters, vol.
crab pots and nets), robotic vision, species recognition and/or electronic monitoring.
Apart from the previously revealed molecular markers, b-tubulin gene has been also extensively employed in species recognition and phylogeny of filamentous ascomycetes (Glass and Donaldson, 1995) and truffles (see among others, Paolocci et al., 2004; Jeandroz et al., 2008; Gryndler et al., 2011).
Some visual image characteristics have been used in the wood species recognition and can be divided into two general categories: wood surface's texture analysis [2, 3] and its color analysis [4, 5].
Species recognition in the genus Scolothrips (Thysanoptera, Thripidae), predators of leaf- feeding mites.
The Family Aeglidae displays high morphological variability which precludes clear-cut species recognition. A number of studies on aeglid crab carapace morphology were carried thus far, including: the morphological differentiation of A.
If species recognition is the foundation of biodiversity, phylogeny is the cornerstone upon which intelligent questions about evolutionary process can be asked, allowing us to extend understanding well beyond the simple delineation of pattern.