Lizanne Kaiser

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One of the early classics in generative grammar, published in the same year as Chomsky’s Syntactic Structures, was a paper by Morris Halle (1957) “In Defense of the Number Two.” The present paper might be seen as a further attempt to substantiate the linguistic significance of “two,” this time in the ordinal sense of “second” rather than that of binarity. A(More)
Behavioural responses to odours delivered in an olfactometer prove that Leptopilina boulardi (Hymenoptera: Eucoilidae), a parasitic wasp of Drosophila larvae, is able to memorize three different odours which have been associated successively with oviposition experience. They exhibit differential responses which depend on the order of learning and also on(More)
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