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Parasitoidism of host flies by parasitoid wasps in Spain
Parasitoid wasps may act as hyperparasites and sometimes regulate the populations of their hosts by a top-down dynamic. Nasonia vitripennis is a generalist gregarious parasitoid that parasitizes...
About Parasitoidism of host flies by parasitoid wasps in Spain
LC-MS determination of catecholamines and related metabolites in red deer urine and hair
A novel analytical methodology for the determination and extraction of catecholamines (dopamine, epinephrine and norepinephrine) and their metabolites DL-3,4-dihydroxyphenyl glycol and...
About LC-MS determination of catecholamines and related metabolites in red deer urine and hair
Size increase without genetic divergence in the Eurasian water shrew Neomys fodiens
When a population shows a marked morphological change, it is important to know whether that population is genetically distinct; if it is not, the novel trait could correspond to an adaptation that...
About Size increase without genetic divergence in the Eurasian water shrew Neomys fodiens
Juvenile pheomelanin-based plumage colouration has evolved more frequently in carnivorous species
Distinctive pheomelanin-based plumage colouration in juvenile birds has been proposed as a signal of immaturity to avoid aggression by older conspecifics, but recent findings suggest a detoxifying...
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“Planned obsolescence” in the plumage of larks
Larks (Alaudidae) present a heavily worn plumage for the most part of the annual cycle. Authors observed that lark feathers have unmelanized fringes and are prone to breakage. Larks may have turned...
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