Amitesh Paul

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A strong interest shown by females towards infants other than their own is one of the most consistent behavioral traits found in primates, including humans. Species differences exist, however, in the extent mothers allow other group members to interact with their offspring. Socioecological theory predicts that in species characterized by relaxed,(More)
Vortex domain walls poses chirality or 'handedness' which can be exploited to act as memory units by changing their polarity with electric field or driving/manupulating the vortex itself by electric currents in multiferroics. Recently, domain walls formed by one dimensional array of vortex-like structures have been theoretically predicted to exist in(More)
To better reflect the contributions to this study, the author wishes to make the following changes. In the Acknowledgements section, " We are thankful to J. Voigt for the sample preparation and MPMS measurements. Thanks are due to U. Rücker for his assistance during the neutron measurements. We are also thankful to P. Böni and Th. Nattermann for useful(More)
Rank relations of more than 100 juvenile and subadult natal Barbary macaque males were analyzed. Hierarchical relations among individuals of the same age were established early during the first year of life. With few exceptions concerning infants from very high-ranking genealogies, males dominated female peers regardless of maternal rank. Males started to(More)
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