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- Tags: Aging/physiology
Development of social vocalizations in mice.
Tags: *Social Behavior, 2011, Acoustics, Aging/physiology, Animal/*physiology, Animals, College of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Female, Grimsley Jasmine M S, Male, Mice, Monaghan Jessica J M, NEOMED College of Medicine, Newborn, Nonlinear Dynamics, Phonetics, PloS one, Sound Spectrography, Vocal Cords/physiology, Vocalization, Wenstrup Jeffrey J
Relative growth rates of predator and prey dinosaurs reflect effects of predation.
Tags: 2008, Aging/physiology, Animals, Cooper Lisa Noelle, Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Dinosaurs/*growth & development, Fossils, Horner John R, Lee Andrew H, NEOMED College of Medicine, Predatory Behavior/*physiology, Proceedings. Biological sciences, Sexual Maturation, Species Specificity, Taper Mark L
Diabetes reduces growth and body composition more in male than in female rats.
Tags: 1996, Aging/physiology, Animals, Blood Glucose/metabolism, Body Composition/*physiology, Body Weight/physiology, Chandler M P, Collins H L, Cortright R N, Diabetes Mellitus, DiCarlo S E, Experimental/*physiopathology, Female, Growth/*physiology, Inbred Lew, Lemon P W, Male, Physiology & behavior, Rats, Sex Characteristics
Early development of intrinsic and synaptic properties of chicken nucleus laminaris neurons.
Tags: 2008, Action Potentials/physiology, Aging/physiology, Animals, Auditory Pathways/cytology/*embryology/physiology, Auditory Perception/physiology, Body Patterning/physiology, Brain Stem/cytology/*embryology/physiology, Cell Differentiation/*physiology, Chick Embryo, Chickens, Cochlear Nucleus/cytology/*embryology/physiology, Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Excitatory Postsynaptic Potentials/physiology, Gao H, Lu Y, NEOMED College of Medicine, Neurons/cytology/*physiology, Neuroscience, Patch-Clamp Techniques, Potassium Channels, Sound Localization/physiology, Synapses/*physiology/ultrastructure, Time Factors, Voltage-Gated/physiology
Murine metapodophalangeal sesamoid bones: morphology and potential means of mineralization underlying function.
Tags: 2010, Aging/physiology, Anatomical record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007), Animal Structures, Animals, Biomechanical Phenomena, Bone Development/*physiology, Calcification, Collagen Type II/metabolism, Doherty Alison H, Electron, Extracellular Matrix/metabolism/ultrastructure, Fibrocartilage/physiology/ultrastructure, Forelimb/*anatomy & histology/diagnostic imaging/growth & development, Hindlimb/*anatomy & histology/diagnostic imaging/growth & development, Jacquet Robin D, Landis William J, Lowder Elizabeth M, Mice, Microscopy, Movement/physiology, Muscle, Physiologic/*physiology, Proteoglycans/metabolism, Radiography, Sesamoid Bones/*cytology/diagnostic imaging/growth & development, Skeletal/anatomy & histology/physiology, Species Specificity, Tendons/physiology/ultrastructure, Transmission