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SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT
BASIDIOSPORES
DIKARYOTIC HYPHAE
WARM WATERS
MATING ABILITIES
MATING ABILITY
MATING TYPE SPECIFIC
HUMAN MATING
ASSORTATIVE MATING
MATING EXPERIMENTS
MATING PERIOD
SEXUAL SELECTION
CALVING GROUNDS
MATING PROCESS
ACTIVE MATING PARTNERS
MATING BEHAVIOUR
OPPOSITE MATING STRAINS
MATING TYPE LOCI
MATING RITUALS
MATING PATTERNS
RANDOM MATING
MATING PARTNER
MATING PARTNERS
OPPOSITE MATING TYPE
MATING TYPE GENES
MATING SYSTEM
MATING SYSTEMS
MYCELIA
DIFFERENT MATING TYPES
PREDATION
SEVERAL DAYS
POPULATIONS
BIRDS
SMELL
PUPPIES
SPRING
PAWN
OWNER
PURPOSE
PLACE
GERMINATION
MALE DOGS
AGGRESSION
MINKE WHALES
TEMPERATE
INSECTS
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Definitions

  1. Mating is a fascinating example of the complexity that can arise in considering irritation.
  2. While mating is assumed to occur sometime between late winter and early spring, there is little information available on the mating behavior of belugas. (Web site)
  3. During mating, the male clasps the female around the waist with his arms in inguinal amplexus.
  4. During mating, the male grabs the female around the waist with its front limbs, not under the arms, as the Neobatrachia do (also see amplexus). (Web site)
  5. After mating, the frogs abandon their eggs. (Web site)

Sexual Development

  1. No signs of mating or sexual development were observed for any combination of strains (G. S. May and J. Kwon-Chung, personal communication).
  2. Mating types and sexual development in filamentous ascomycetes. (Web site)

Basidiospores

  1. The basidiospores then undergo a mitotic nuclear division to produce the mature basidiospore which contains two haploid nuclei of the same mating type.
  2. Since the spermogonia are derived from basidiospores, they are of two mating types. (Web site)

Dikaryotic Hyphae

  1. Mating resulted in the production of dikaryotic hyphae with fused clamp connections, basidia with cruciate septa, and basidiospores. (Web site)

Warm Waters

  1. They sing the complex songs only in warm waters, perhaps used for mating purposes.

Mating Abilities

  1. Therefore, we proceeded to test the hypothesis that this cost should be reduced for strains with reduced mating abilities.

Mating Ability

  1. These isolates were analyzed for serotype, molecular type, mating type, ploidy, and mating ability.

Mating Type Specific

  1. This suggests that the expression of this gene could be mating type specific under some as-yet-undefined conditions (28; B. Tuch, personal communication).

Human Mating

  1. Biological bases for human mating and reproduction, and an examination of the range of cross-cultural variability in human systems of kinship and marriage.
  2. After reading this book, you will never think about human mating in quite the same way. (Web site)

Assortative Mating

  1. In such situations, assortative mating within species is favored, which reinforces and intensifies the strength of fitness epistasis.

Mating Experiments

  1. In addition to sequence analyses, mating experiments indicated that P. variotii is able to form ascomata and ascospores in culture in a heterothallic manner. (Web site)
  2. Mating experiments between fungal isolates may identify species on the basis of biological species concepts.

Mating Period

  1. Although male Arctic ground squirrels, S. parryii plesius, are territorial during the mating period, males in several other species of Spermophilus are not. (Web site)
  2. This resting period may extend to a year if the female fails to conceive during the mating period.

Sexual Selection

  1. If sexual selection was driving multiple mating by females, we should also expect female dunnocks in monogamous groups to engage in extra-pair copulations.
  2. Male Humpback Whales perform these vocalizations only during the mating season and so it is surmised they play a role in sexual selection.

Calving Grounds

  1. One exception is the male sperm whale, which migrates long distances between mating and calving grounds near the equator and feeding areas in polar waters. (Web site)

Mating Process

  1. In many spiders, mating is a risky game, as the (usually) much bigger female will kill and eat the male during the mating process.

Active Mating Partners

  1. However, there was no significant correlation between vegetative fitness in the absence of active mating partners and the relative mating ability.
  2. First, the mutations accumulated here have independent effects on mating ability and vegetative fitness in the presence of active mating partners.

Mating Behaviour

  1. Courtship is a part of mating behaviour of some gastropods. (Web site)
  2. Little is known about mating behaviour or breeding grounds. (Web site)

Opposite Mating Strains

  1. During Sexual reproduction, two hyphae from opposite mating strains fuse. (Web site)

Mating Type Loci

  1. The maize pathogen U. maydis is a tetrapolar basidiomycete with multiple mating types conferred by two mating type loci (graphic at upper right). (Web site)
  2. The mating type loci of the heterothallic species H. jecorina have recently been identified and conditions for successful mating have been established [8]. (Web site)

Mating Rituals

  1. Humpbacks (males) are famous for their songs, which are probably involved in mating rituals and to declare territories. (Web site)
  2. Cetaceans have no voice but many produce distinct sounds used in mating rituals, communication, and echolocation. (Web site)
  3. Such pheromones are useful in mating rituals and only affect ants of the opposite sex.

Mating Patterns

  1. Sociobiology investigates social behaviors, such as mating patterns, territorial fights, pack hunting, and the hive society of social insects. (Web site)

Random Mating

  1. Mating methods include random mating, disassortative mating, assortative mating, or a mating pool.

Mating Partner

  1. However, homothallic ascomycetes are self-fertile and able to complete the sexual cycle without a mating partner. (Web site)

Mating Partners

  1. Therefore, at least parts of the mating and sexual reproductive pathway in this fungus may be independent of mating partners.
  2. However, because these cells are exposed to their mating partners, their rates of asexual reproduction may change.
  3. Circles represent the relative cost of the asexually evolved clones responding to their mating partners of the opposite mating types. (Web site)

Opposite Mating Type

  1. Sexual reproduction in heterothallic fungi is possible only between cells of opposite mating type.
  2. Even if haploid cells go through a period of growth, they can still find cells of the opposite mating type most of the time.
  3. Isolates of opposite mating type but the same species had identical ITS sequences. (Web site)

Mating Type Genes

  1. PCR amplification of the mating type loci and the mating type genes was carried out as described [8]. (Web site)

Mating System

  1. Mating system and sexual selection in the scorpionfly Panorpa vulgaris (Mecoptera: Panorpidae).
  2. They have either a bipolar (unifactorial) or a tetrapolar (bifactorial) mating system. (Web site)
  3. As explained in Heterothallism and Selfing in Fungi, homothallism and heterothallism have little influence on the mating system. (Web site)

Mating Systems

  1. These include the evolution of sex, mating systems, and mate choice (P AMILO et al. (Web site)
  2. The mating systems for both belugas and narwhals are unknown, although it is suspected that beluga males mate with multiple females.
  3. Analysis of character correlations among wood decay mechanisms, mating systems, and substrate ranges in homobasidiomycetes.

Mycelia

  1. Hyphae of these mycelia are heterokaryotic, containing from each mating strain in each cell. (Web site)
  2. For sexual reproduction the two mycelia just need to be compatible for mating. d. (Web site)

Different Mating Types

  1. Sexual reproduction involves the fusion of motile gametes of different mating types.
  2. When mycelia of different mating types meet, they produce two multinucleate ball-shaped cells, which form a mating bridge.
  3. The fusion of mycelium from two different mating types leads to the production of a fruiting body ("basidiocarp) which is dikaryotic (n+n).

Predation

  1. Some great behavioral footage, including mating, hatching, and predation.

Several Days

  1. The Indian Long-eared Hedgehog is notable for a quite complex mating ritual that involves "dancing" around females for several days before mating. (Web site)

Populations

  1. Assessments of the mating system of this species have found that outcrossing rates vary between populations.
  2. These models enabled us to test several hypotheses concerning the patterns of pollen transfer and mating in populations of N. assoanus. (Web site)
  3. Mating types occurred in equal frequencies for most of these populations, suggesting frequency-dependent selection consistent with sexual reproduction.

Birds

  1. In birds the reproductive system must be re-engorged prior to the mating season of each species. (Web site)
  2. The whale songs may be simply longer versions of the mating songs also noted in birds and amphibians.

Smell

  1. In some species the smell is so important that the fecundation does not occur in the absence of a determinate odor produced by the male during mating. (Web site)
  2. Many fishes use the sense of smell to identify mating partners or to alert to the presence of food. (Web site)

Puppies

  1. Bitches should be boosted before mating or immediately before whelping in order to transfer protective antibodies to the puppies.
  2. You should vaccinate pregnant broody's with a killed parvovirus vaccine, either before mating, or 2 weeks before her puppies are born. (Web site)

Spring

  1. The mating season occurs in the early spring when they reach the warmer waters. (Web site)
  2. Dog whelks reproduce by aggregating for the mating season in the spring. (Web site)

Pawn

  1. This results in a four-move, forcing combination, removing the pawn from b7 and mating without giving Black any discretionary moves: 1.
  2. This is always an attempt to force a passed pawn, although it sometimes leads to a mating attack when it occurs on the kingside. (Web site)

Owner

  1. Under AKC rules, the breeder is the owner or the lessee of the dam on the date of mating that produced a litter. (Web site)

Purpose

  1. Since these birds are solitary, adults typically only come into contact for the purpose of mating.
  2. Different dialects may allow the whales to identify different lineages for the purpose of mating. (Web site)
  3. The purpose of the song is not yet clear, although it appears to have a role in mating. (Web site)

Place

  1. This may take place through parthenogenesis, where fertile eggs are produced without mating, or in some cases through fragmentation. (Web site)
  2. Mating takes place in the late fall and early winter.
  3. Pairing and mating also take place at about the same time in the warmer waters.

Germination

  1. Germination of the haploid spores takes place while they are still within the ascus and mating normally occurs there.
  2. Asexual spores germinate without uniting with other cells, whereas sexual spores of opposite mating types unite to form a zygote before germination occurs.

Male Dogs

  1. Surprisingly, male dogs appear to be more stress sensitive than females during mating. (Web site)

Aggression

  1. During this mating season, because of the aggression, Toothed Whales have been known to attack humans and boats although this is rare. (Web site)

Minke Whales

  1. For Minke whales, mating takes place during the winter months (August, September, and October in the Southern Ocean).
  2. I, too, look forward to Watson's contribution to the scientific community when it comes to the mating rituals of Minke whales. (Web site)

Temperate

  1. Mating occurs in temperate, low-latitude seas during the winter, and the gestation period is eleven months to one year.

Insects

  1. The Brown Recluse can live up to two years, feeds on insects such as cockroaches and crickets, and its mating season ranges from February to October.
  2. Insects and probably other vectors such as rain carry the spermatia from spermagonia to spermagonia, cross inoculating the mating types. (Web site)

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