Michal Fux

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Aiming at the question of whether barn owls favor to strike a moving or a stationary prey, we scrutinized the timing of launching 50 attacks of five barn owls (10 attacks/owl) in a captive environment. Attacks on stationary voles outnumbered attacks on moving voles, but this could merely reflect the higher portion of time during which voles were stationary.(More)
Neurochemical distinctions have been made between neuroleptic drugs that affect D-1 receptors as well as D-2 receptors, compared with those neuroleptic drugs that affect only D-2 receptors. However, a controlled double-blind study of haloperidol vs. chlorprothixene in schizophrenic patients found no significant differences.
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