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2014-05-29 23:11:29

Informative webinar will focus on the issues surrounding imprinting defects for tablets, capsules and softgels.

How The Wallaby Controls Growth Of Its Young With Selective Imprinting
2012-08-28 07:55:58

Marsupial mothers regulate the composition of their milk so that it is optimal for the development stage of their young.

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2011-02-17 10:38:45

Imagine a woman riding a motor scooter down the street while flanked by a large bird flying almost cheek to beak with her.

2008-09-18 00:00:16

By LEN WELLS Courier & Press correspondent (618) 842-2159 or lenwells@wabash.net The route of the annual 1,250-mile migration of endangered whooping crane juveniles, led by an ultralight aircraft, has been shifted this fall to a more westerly route because of concerns about pilot and bird safety.

2007-09-05 03:03:43

By Rao, T Prasada Prasad, K; Kala, R; Gladis, J Mary Toxic pesticides and heavy metals constitute an important class of pollutants that degrade the environment due to their persistent nature and their unavoidable use in increasing the agricultural output and industrial importance respectively.

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2005-08-22 13:55:00

It has been known for some time that many species of birds use the Earth's magnetic field to select a direction of movement -- for example, during migration. However, although such birds clearly have a sense of direction, until now it has not been possible to train birds to move in a certain direction in the laboratory, even if they are motivated by a food reward. The reasons for this failure have been perplexing, but researchers now report that they have been able to successfully accomplish...


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  • A coin originally worth six pennies Scots, and later three; held equivalent to an English halfpenny.
  • (in plural) Money; cash.
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