Search Results

1 - 10 of 160 items :

  • "sexual dimorphism" x
Clear All

. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 109, 28, 11408-11412. Blake, R. W. (2004): Fish functional design and swimming performance. Journal of Fish Biology, 65, 5, 1193-1222. Blanckenhorn, W.U. (2005): Behavioral causes and consequences of sexual size dimorphism. Ethology, 111, 11, 977-1016. Bolnick, D.I,. Doebeli, M. (2003): Sexual dimorphism and adaptive speciation: two sides of the same ecological coin. Evolution, 57, 11, 2433-2449. Bolnick, D.I., Lau, O.L. (2008): Predictable patterns of disruptive selection in stickleback in postglacial lakes. The American

for the identification of the species of Quadraspidiotus M ac G illivray , 1921 (Hemiptera: Coccinea: Diaspididae) occurring on oaks in Poland. Wiadomości Entomologiczne 25 (1): 15–19. (in Polish) S chmutterer H. 1959. Die Tierwelt Deutschlands und der angrenzenden Meeresteile, Teil 45. Schildläuse oder Coccoidea. I. Deckelschildläuse oder Diaspididae. Fischer Verlag, Jena. S toetzel M.B., D avidson J.A. 1974a. Sexual dimorphism in all stages of the Aspidiotini (Homoptera: Diaspididae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 67 : 138–140. S toetzel M

:1–28. Burkart JM Fehr E, Efferson C, Schaik CP van 2007. Other-regarding preferences in a non-human primate: Common marmosets provision food altruistically. PNAS 104:19762–66. Carroll SB. 2006. Endless forms most beautiful: the new science of Evo Devo and the making of the animal kingdom. New York: W W Norton & Co. Cobb SN, O’Higgins P. 2007. The ontogeny of sexual dimorphism in the facial skeleton of the African apes. J Hum Evol 53:176–190. Coen E. 2000. The art of genes: how organisms make themselves. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Coolidge, H. 1933. ‘Pan Paniscus. Pigmy

. (2000): Bryophyte Biology. Cambridge University Press. Une K. (1984): Sexual dimorphism in some Japanese species of Macromitrium. - Journ. Hattori Bot. Lab., 56:123-132. Williams J. K. G., Rubelik A. R., Livak K. J., Rafalski A., Tingey S. V. (1990): DNA polymorphisms amplified by arbitrary primers are useful as genetic markers.- Nucleic Acids Res, 18: 6531-6535. Vitt D. H. (1968). Sex determination in mosses.- Mich Bot, 71: 195-203. Ziętkiewicz E., Rafalski A., Labuda D. (1994): Genome fingerprinting by simple-sequence repeat (SSR) anchored polymerase chain reaction

.L. Novak, 2005, Human Sexual Dimorphism in Size May Be Triggered by Environmental Cues , J. Biosoc. Sci., 37 , 657-65 Mays S., 1998, The Archaeology of Human Bones , Routledge, London and New York McGee R.J., R.L. Warms, 2000, Anthropological Theory: An Introductory History , Mayfield, Mountain View McWhirr A., L. Viner, C. Wells, 1982, Romano-British Cemeteries at Cirencester , Cirencester Excavation Committee, Cirencester Murail P., J. Bruzek, F. Houët, E. Cunha, 2005, DSP: A Tool for Probabilistic Sex Diagnosis Using Worldwide Variation in Hip-Bone Measurements

Abstract

Mechanisms of sex determination in plants are popular research topic. Research studies are initiated to describe sex determination mechanisms and develop molecular methods for sex differentiation in plant species where sexual dimorphism is weakly expressed or absent at the early stages of development. This study presents different mechanisms of sex determination in plants, identifies unexplored areas and discusses problems which limit our knowledge of the subject.

. J. Growth of the skull of the harbour porpoise, Phocoena phocoena (Linnaeus, 1758), in the North Sea, after age determination based on dentinal growth layer groups // Zoologische Mededelingen. — 1984. — 58 . — P. 213–228. Perrin, W. F. Variation in spotted and spinner dolphin (genus Stenella) in the eastern tropical Pacific and Hawaii // Bulletin of Scripps Institute of Oceanography. — 1975. — 21 . — P. 1–206. Ramos, R. M., Di Beneditto, A. P. M., Siciliano, S. et al. Morphology of the franciscana (Pontoporia blainvillei) off southeastern Brazil: sexual

backhand stroke. J. Hum. Kin., 30: 37-47. DOI: 10.2478/v10078-011-0071-4 23. Wells J.C.K. (2007) Sexual dimorphism of body composition. Best Pract. Res. Cl. En., 21: 415-430. DOI: 10.1016/j.beem.2007.04.007 24. Wiliński W. (2012) Gender identity in female football players. Hum. Mov., 13: 40-47. DOI: 10.2478/v10038-012-0003-8 25. Zatoń M., A. Stępień (2011) An assessment of the aerobic and anaerobic capacities of a tennis player. Hum. Mov., 12: 139-146. DOI: 10,2478/v10038-011-0011-0

Morphology of second instar nymphs of Kermes quercus (Linnaeus) (Hemiptera: Kermesidae)

The second instar male and female of Kermes quercus Linnaeus are redescribed and illustrated. Sexual dimorphism is demonstrated. The second instar male is distinguished by 7-segmented antennae, well-developed legs, thin and long body setae, quinquelocular pores on both surfaces, bilocular pores only on the venter near the sub- and marginal setae, and by the lack of simple pores. The second instar female has shortened antennae, annular segments reduced to 5-6, very much reduced legs, short and stout body setae, quinquelocular pores only on the venter, bilocular pores on both surfaces, but those on the dorsum distributed throughout the derm, while those on the venter are located as in the male, and by having a few simple pores in the posterior and marginal areas of the dorsum. The presence of tubular ducts is the most noticeable morphological feature of second instar nymphs distinguishing them from first instar nymphs.

://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2017.01827 . Minina EG (1960) Sex determination in forest woody plants (wood sexualization). Proceedings of Forest Institute of the USSR Science Academy. Vol. 47. – 76-163. – (In Russian). Muhle-Larsen C (1954) Du repport entre le sexe et le development chez les arbres dioiques // Rapp. et communs. Huitième Congr. Internat. Bot., Sec. 13. Paris. – p. 25-26. Nechaev AP (1962) Sexual dimorphism in the trees is the Amur cork tree ( Phellodendron amurense Rupr.) // Moscow: Bulletin of MOIP, Department of biology. No. 2. – (In Russian). Pogrebnyak PS (1955