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- The slender-billed grackle (Quiscalus palustris) was a species of bird in the family Icteridae. The species was closely related to the western clade of...
- Spillover infection, also known as pathogen spillover and spillover event, occurs when a reservoir po****tion with a high pathogen prevalence comes into...
- The rusty crayfish (Faxonius rusticus) is a large, aggressive species of freshwater crayfish which is native to the United States. Its range is rapidly...
- Attachment behaviour is a behaviour which is observed when an animal forms a strong bond to either a human or another animal. The behaviour of the animal...
- Cheating is a term used in behavioral ecology and ethology to describe behavior whereby organisms receive a benefit at the cost of other organisms. Cheating...
- size and coat colour. In biological terms, poodle crossbreeds are an intraspecies hybrid, rather than a hybrid between two different species, since all...
- while others consider them to be part of H. habilis—simply representing intraspecies variation, or perhaps even ****ual dimorphism. The brains of these early...
- resulted in greater habitat loss, synanthropic living, and inter- and intraspecies conflicts over resources. Macaca comes from the Portuguese word macaco...
- Y****ine HM, Al-Natour MQ, Lee CW, Saif YM (2007). "Interspecies and intraspecies transmission of triple re****ortant H3N2 influenza A viruses". Virology...
- Roberto Kolter is Professor of Microbiology, Emeritus at Harvard Medical School, an author, and past president of the American Society for Microbiology...
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