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Prevalence of Asymptomatic Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium falciparum Infections in Tribal Population of a Village in Gadchiroli District of Maharashtra State, India
The present investigation was undertaken to study the prevalence of asymptomatic malaria in the tribal village Khobramendha of Gadchiroli district in Maharashtra state. Out of a total of 210 samplesExpand
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Surface ultrastructure of the egg chorion in the dragonfly, Ictinogomphus rapax (Rambur) (Odonata : Gomphidae)
Abstract Scanning electron microscopic examination of the egg chorion in Ictinogomphus rapax (Rambur) (Odonata : Gomphidae) shows hexagonal reticulation throughout the surface. The anterior pole ofExpand
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Structure and development of the internal male reproductive organs in the dragonfly Tramea virginia (Rambur).
The internal male reproductive organs of Tramea virginia consist of a pair of testes, a pair of vasa deferentia (which in adult modify distally into seminal vesicles), a median sperm sac and a shortExpand
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Andromorphic female of the dragonfly Neurothemis tullia tullia (Drury) (Odonata: Libellulidae), central India
Neurothemis tullia tullia (Drury) is a common dragonfly which occurs in large colonies in swamps and heavily- weeded tanks in different parts of India. It exhibits striking sexual dimorphism inExpand
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Seasonal Variations In The Physico-chemical Parameters Of Pindavani Pond Of Central India
The seasonal variations in the physico-chemical parameters of Pindavani pond of central India, located near Bhadrawati town of Chandrapur district of Maharashtra state was studied from October 2005Expand
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Functional anatomy of the secondary copulatory apparatus of the male dragonfly Tramea virginia (Odonata: Anisoptera)
In the dragonfly Tramea virginia, the secondary copularoty apparatus (SCA) on the venter of the second and third abdominal segments consists of the anterior and posterior laminae, a pair of gentialExpand
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Influence of Hunger on Aggressive Behavior in Certain Buntings of the Genus Emberiza
  • R. Andrew
  • Biology
  • Physiological Zoology
  • 1 April 1957
TheIs paper is based on studies of hand-reared yellowhammers (EmTheIs beriza citrinella), corn buntings (E. calandra), and reed buntings (E. schoeniclus) and on observations of these birds made inExpand
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Summary. The components of the displays of passerine courtship fall into at least seven major groups: those of sexual, aggressive, fear, alert, nesting, parental and begging responses. All mayExpand
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