Biologists Question Animal Brain Size Theory
... FRIDAY, May 29 (HealthDay News) -- Animals -- carnivores
in particular -- that follow a social order do ... their analysis of brain size to body mass in 289 carnivores
-- roughly half of which were fossil species -- ... at least six distinct changes in brain sizes for carnivores
-- which included bears, dogs, cats and weasels ...
New light shed on the enigma of salt intake and hypertension
Salt (natrium chloride, NaCl) is required for life. Herbivores (plant-eating animals) risk their lives to go to "salt licks" and carnivores
(meat-eating animals) go to salt licks to eat herbivores in order to obtain salt.
Salt is responsible for water regulation in the body. It is ...
The Gender Divide Starts Over Dinner
... eat the meat, women go for the veggies
WEDNESDAY, March 19 (HealthDay News) -- In the culinary battle of the sexes, men are decidedly the carnivores
while women prefer leaner, greener fare, a new study finds.
Why the difference? Biology may play a role, but "more obvious are cultural ...
Carnivores in Biological News
Photos reveal Myanmar's large and small predators
... of tigers and other smaller, lesser known carnivores
(see photo attachments). These findings will help ... confirmed the continued existence of 18 smaller carnivores
in a variety of habitats across Myanmar, ... Small Carnivore Conservation. Data on small carnivores
gathered from camera-trap surveys in wild areas ...
Outdoor enthusiasts scaring off native carnivores in parks
... implications beyond just these species. Since the carnivores
in the study are often the top predators in their ... droppings of six native and non-native mammalian carnivores
in 28 parks and preserves in northern California. ... parks during the day, Reed said. "We assumed that carnivores
and people were avoiding each other in time and ...
Scat sniffing dogs detecting rare California carnivores
... be the best way to confirm the presence of rare carnivores
in forested areas like the Southern Sierra Nevada ... managers often have difficulty detecting forest carnivores
because they tend to be elusive, solitary and on ... dogs might be trained to find many of the rare carnivores
in a given area. These surveys could aid land ...
Montana State researchers release guide to noninvasive carnivore research
... on a new book that will help biologists find noninvasive ways to study carnivores
in the wild.
"Noninvasive Survey Methods for Carnivores" (Island Press, ... survey methods currently available to wildlife researchers. The study of carnivores
in the wild is challenging because they are few, far between and naturally ...
Scientists believe photograph depicts wolverine in California
... 28, 2008. Forest Service scientists who are experts at detecting rare carnivores
believe the photographed animal is a wolverine.
The North American ... found dogs to be three and a half times more successful at detecting rare carnivores
than remote-controlled cameras in forested areas like the Sierra Nevada ...
Captive carnivores not up to wild living
... Conservation, the research highlights the low survival rates of captive carnivores
that are released into their natural habitats. On average only one in three captive-born carnivores
survives in the wild, with most deaths related to human activities.
Research sheds new light on how diseases jump across species
... a virus which poses one of the greatest global disease threats to wild carnivores
including lions, African wild dogs and several types of seal.
The ... canine distemper Virus (CDV) jumps across and infects different species of carnivores
could lead to a more effective monitoring and control of the virus.
American carnivores evolved to avoid each other, new study suggests
Hunter and co-author Tim Caro, professor of wildlife, fish and conservation biology, first plotted the known ranges of all of the American carnivores
on one big digital map. Assuming that wherever ranges overlapped, competition and predation between those species was possible, they then compared ...
World's rarest big cat gets a check-up
... on International Trade in Endangered Species), which protects it against illegal trade for fur and medicinal purposes.
Around the world, large carnivores
are faced with a variety of threats including habitat loss, depletion of prey, conflicts with people, poaching, and disease. The U.S. Congress is ...
October 2008 GEOLOGY and GSA TODAY media highlights
... 1910 University Dr., Boise, Idaho 83725, USA. Pages 783-786. NSF funding received.
Kohn and Fremd have found that the diversity patterns of carnivores
and hoofed mammals in the western United States over the past 30 million years show changes related to crustal extension, global cooling, and ...
Carnivores in Biological Technology
Genetic discovery could lead to advances in dental treatment
... lacked a proper enamel coating, and never would have been functional.
"Enamel is one of the hardest coatings found in nature, it evolved to give carnivores
the tough and long-lasting teeth they needed to survive," Kioussi said.
With an understanding of its genetic underpinning, Kioussi said, it may be ...
Carnivores in Biological Definition
... band from New York named Carnivore .
are animals that eat a diet consisting ... of Carnivora that are not true carnivores. carnivores
that eat primarily (or only) insects are called insectivores .
Animals that are true carnivores
A true carnivore is an animal that subsists ...
... whereas most birds do not. As an exception among birds, olfaction is important in the tubenoses . Among mammals it is well developed in the carnivores
and ungulates , who must always be aware of each other, and in those, such as moles , who smell for their food. It is less well developed in the ...
... attempts to engineer proteins with entirely new properties or functions, a field known as protein engineering .
Protein and nutrition
protein is one of the largest component of the diet . The metabolism of proteins by the body releases ammonia , an extremely toxic substance. It ...
Carnivores in Biological Dictionary
... through predation ... Phylogeny of the carnivores
" ... The Morphological Diversification of carnivores
in North America" ... Categories: carnivores
... NatureWorks ... Mammals that are ...
... Omnivores Dilemma The Secrets Behind What You Eat 5th edition ... There is no valid case for the "human omnivore " ... Natural omnivores or carnivores
do NOT chew their eaten flesh, they tear it into ... Encyclopedia article about Omnivores . Information about Omnivores in the Columbia ...
... lion is a carnivore . ... young carnivore . More results ... Tigers are some of our many residents. ... wildlife sanctuary, providing homes to carnivores
in need of rescue and ... Dine at a participating restaurant on ... MySpace Music profile for Carnivore . Download Carnivore Hardcore / Metal ...