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the production of young from an egg

shading consisting of multiple crossing lines

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In addition to the egg baskets, water baths were outfitted with 1-L mesh-bottomed containers to hold newly hatched larvae for observation beyond the hatching period.
When hatching was imminent (presence of large dark eye-spots), leaves containing egg masses were excised and placed inside 100-mm diameter Petri dishes on top of moist tissue paper.
Annette Choi said the hatching process was exceptionally interesting and ``not as boring as it is in textbooks.
During incubation [which takes 28 days] and hatching, the scent and activities surrounding the nest are very attractive to predators [like foxes]," says Dickson.
You have eggs hatching and larvae jumping out of the corner of the snake's mouth.
The ZILOS-tk(R) is the first non-contact laser device to be awarded marketing clearance for laser-assisted hatching of human embryos in clinical applications.
We had them in operation close to 10 months this year, hatching chickens, guineas, ducks and geese.
Up to 30 percent of those dosed immediately after hatching died, while groups exposed as 2-week-old tadpoles sometimes suffered 100 percent mortality.
During this trip in early June, there were dozens of fish up to 18 inches landed (20 inches is about as large as they get), especially on the last day in the river's lower reaches, where more stoneflies were hatching in the canyon's warmer clime.
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By hatching first, the cowbird gets a head start on feeding and becomes the biggest, grabbiest nestling.
We've found that it plays a key role in helping organ systems mature faster than they would have normally, so a young poult's state of maturity at hatching is more advanced.
A smaller number of eggs is buried in sediment before hatching and can remain dormant for years.