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The aroma of rice ... and tiger
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Putative semiochemicals in the African cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus).
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Fifty Years of Tiger Pheromone Research
The results of our 50 years of tiger pheromone research have been summed up in the larger context of research in this field. In order to understand the perspective, tiger behaviour, such as that ofExpand
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Phenylethylamine as a Biochemical Marker of Tiger
Abstract Pheromones of the tiger happen to be a mixture of amines which are “fixed” by lipids. One of these, found always in all the four tigers investigated, is phenylethylamine. This may be aExpand
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Investigations on transcription in Limnaea embryos.
32P incorporation starts in the uncleaved eggs of Limnaea. At the 2-cell stage incorporation is significantly higher and it rises to a peak at the late trochophore stage. The peak then declinesExpand
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Information Transfer in Molluscan Embryos
FLICKINGER1 first pointed out the possible use of actinomycin to find out whether embryonic information transfer is sequential. According to him mRNA for particular organs is “released in theExpand
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Comparative Studies on Physicochemical and Biochemical Characteristics of Scented and Non-Scented Strains of Mung Beans ( Vigna radiata ) of Indian Origin
Mungbean is a widely consumed legume of India as well as of Asia. In India, two varieties of this bean, scented and non-scented, are available. The scented variety produces a beautiful aroma whenExpand
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Putative Pheromones of Lion Mane and Its Ultrastructure
The significance of mane in the lion as a putative source of pheromone is discussed. Since head-rubbing on the tree trunks is as frequent as spraying marking fluid (MF) both MF and mane are likely toExpand
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SCENT MARKING IN THE ASIATIC LION
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