interspecies


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arising or occurring between species

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9) "We really are trying to provide the science to inform decisions and to get away from default assumptions that one size fits all for interspecies and interindividual variability," says Rusyn.
Additional research is needed to determine whether interspecies transmission of T.
Researchers said that interspecies sex took place 30,000 years ago.
Chimpanzees appear to develop susceptibility to interspecies contagious yawning as they grow from infant to juvenile, possibly due to their developing ability to empathize with the person yawning.
Although the H7N7 viruses carry only some of the molecular markers present in the human H7N9 isolates, the authors suggested the current pandemic threat could extend beyond H7N9 viruses, and that long-term influenza surveillance was essential for early warning of new viruses and interspecies transmission events.
However, until recently, there appears to have been little in the way of investigation that compares specifically interspecies differences in bacterial fecal indicator accumulation.
They explore philosophy of mind, epistemology and science as culture and ideology, human and interspecies equality, spacetime paradoxes, explicit politics, ethics, a chapter on the cinematographic dimension of the films, ape identity, and the questions of planetary ethics.
Jim Stanton crash-lands on Terra while chasing Mala into uncharted territory, the empathetic alien girl saves his life, and an interspecies friendship is forged.
Translator's note: Roubaud wrote this poem ("A cinq heures du soir," itself a nod to Lorca's famous "La cogida y la muerte") about Warren Motte's dog Lucy, who shared with her owner a game of virtual fetch that evolved into a game wherein he struck the classic poses of the toreador while she charged him like a bull; see Motte's "On Interspecies Love and Canine Tau ro-machy," Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, September 2012.
During that time their albums, Interspecies Disco and The Greatest Show on Toast and videos, The Seaweed under the Sofa and Dinosaurs have catapulted them to "the edge of obscurity".
But this interspecies transference seems unlikely to have occurred on the necessary scale.
The analysis, showing a greater than 99% genetic similarity among the viruses, confirms that pigs and humans were infected with the same virus, indicating interspecies transmission.
Entitled 'Neural Correlates of Interspecies Perspective Taking in the Post-Mortem Atlantic Salmon: An Argument For Multiple Comparisons Correction' and published in something called the Journal Of Unexpected And Serendipitous Results, it revealed how signs normally associated with mental activity were found when scanning the brain of a dead salmon.
Their life experiences, and the wisdom learned from interactions with Zeta elders, are related in this engrossing narrative of interspecies extraterrestrial contact, teaching, and ultimately understanding.
Boehrer also asks us to judge it only in this light, as a study of "the development of concepts of literary character from the standpoint of interspecies relations" (27).