copulation


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Figure 1 depicted that copulation had a negative impact on the survival of P.
The results showed that NP affected oocyte maturation and copulation ratio of female mice and that tramadol reversed the negative effects of NP in female mice.
Palps are not inserted simultaneously, thus each insertion was counted as a separate copulation. Mean palp insertion duration was 22.96 [+ or -] 14.86 s.
stridulation, antennation, copulation, and fights) during each behavioral unit (agonistic encounters, mating behaviors, and oviposition) that comprised E.
The potential costs to copulation have been established relatively well.
An alternative hypothesis is that females sometimes reject males, and copulation will be more likely when there are more males in the cage to choose from (Arnqvist and Nilsson, 2000).
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This time the male was further forward on the female and his rear end was not curved beneath her, so I did not think that copulation could have occurred.
"Many hybrid waterfowl," writes Rohwer (as part of a future blog post soliciting help from the waterfowling community in his study efforts), "are thought to result from forced copulations, occurring between species.
Jennifer Bussell established in the Current Biology study that sexual courtship is a duet, the male and female send signals back and forth until they reach the point that copulation proceeds and pausing to interact with a male, rather than avoiding him, was a crucial step in any female's behavior leading to copulation, so tying a group of neurons to this particular response to males would allow them to dissect in detail how female mating circuitry functions.
producing "love song" by wing vibration), licking, attempting copulation and copulation itself, if the female is receptive (Hall, 1994).
The importance of the right eye/left brain for flirting among these finches and other birds might at first seem to contradict another long-standing finding of mating bias, says Lesley Rogers of the University of New England in Armidale, Australia: It's the right hemisphere that controls copulation. "In order to view a mate it is necessary to suppress copulation, at least initially."
Male copulation organ (MCO) a coil of 2 rings, base with one sclerotized part; accessory piece 38 (34-40; n = 8) long, resembles crustacean chela.
They mate on air, languid aviators for scintillating seconds: A frantic (and morbid) copulation on wings of prayers.
In contrast, the duration of copulation was not affected by exposure to ginger in any of the fruit fly species studied.