species recognition

species recognition

the exchange of specific signals between individual members of a species, such as occurs during courtship.
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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.
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.
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.
Visitors can consider the many theories scientists have about how crests might have been used: for species recognition, sexual selection, heat regulation, steering through the air, or some combination of these functions.
Fish Assist turns the iPhone camera into a fish species recognition tool.
Species that live in the same habitat with other closely related species tend to have more complex facial patterns, suggesting that complex faces may also aid in species recognition, the life scientists found.
pullus from this study represents a chasm between phylogenetic species recognition (PSR) and morphological species recognition (MSR) and demonstrates the challenge represented the need MSR to be correlated with PSR (Taylor et al.
Species recognition is currently based on the males, and descriptions based on females alone are no longer helpful.
Pheromonal differences may provide the basis for species recognition and avoidance of interspecific mating (Cooper & Vitt 1984, Higgie et al.
vulgare have statistically indistinguishable 60 s-1 buzz syllable repetition rates, and pulse rate is often hypothesized to function in species recognition (e.