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Synonyms for Streptopelia

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2003), a melatonina, produzida pela glandula pineal sob ausencia de estimulo luminoso, exerce efeito inibitorio sob o metabolismo oxidativo de pombos da especie Streptopelia risoria.
Latin name: Streptopelia decaocto Family: Pigeons and doves (Columbidae) Overview: Distinctive with its buffy-pink plumage and black neck collar, it is usually seen singly or in pairs.
Melatonin and tryptophan as therapeutic agents against the impairment of the sleep-wake cycle and immunosenescence due to aging in Streptopelia risoria.
The European Turtle Dove Streptopelia is a declining species across Europe.
Streptopelia decaocto ydi'r enw gwyddonol arni hi a'r 'collared dove' yn Saesneg.
pigeon Suit sukur Spotted dove Streptopelia chinensis Suit tapiak Bulwer's pheasant Lophura bulweri EGGS Suit sukur Spotted dove Streptopelia chinensis Suit keruak White-breasted Amaurornis phoenicurus waterhen Suit pirit Sparrow Unknown species Seruang Cobra Ophiophagus sp.
livia Gmelin, rock dove I A Columbina passerina (Linnaeus), I R common ground-dove Streptopelia decaocto I R (Frivaldsky), Eurasian collared-dove Zenaida asiatica (Linnacus), I R white-winged dove Z.
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Effects of brood size on inter-clutch intervals, offspring development and male-female interactions in the ringed dove Streptopelia risoria.
Genus: Treron, Columba (pigeons); Macropygia, Streptopelia (doves).
Some, like the ringed turtledove, Streptopelia risoria (Nottebohm and Nottebohm 1971), and the eastern phoebe, Sayornis phoebe (Kroodsma and Konishi 1991) have a genetically determined, structurally simple and stereotyped song, whereas in all oscine passetines song is learned (Marler and Peters 1977).
Ringneck doves are also commonly called Barbary doves, turtle doves (all members of the genus Streptopelia are turtle doves), and some people even refer to them as pigeons.
These included 1) treating with 95% sulphuric acid then placing in a growth cabinet at 25 [degrees] C; 2) fracturing fruit coat then placing in a glasshouse; 3) abrading fruit coat then placing in a glasshouse; 4) fruit being ingested by Lichenostomus virescens (singing honeyeater), Columa livia (domestic pigeon), Streptopelia senegalensis (laughing dove), Cacatua galerita (sulphur-crested cockatoo), and Melopsittacus undulatus (budgerigar); 5) placing in four constant temperature regimes of 10 [degrees], 15 [degrees], 20 [degrees], and 30 [degrees] C; and 6) submerging fruit in either bubbling oxygenated or de-oxygenated water for 24 hours then placing in a growth cabinet at 10 [degrees], 15 [degrees], 20 [degrees], and 25 [degrees] C.
Effects of chronic lead ingestion on reproductive characteristics of ringed turtle doves Streptopelia risoria and on tissue lead concentrations of adults and their progeny.
Paloma turca, Streptopelia decaocto (Frivaloszky 1838).