Tag: "butterflies" at medical news
Love And Drug Addiction Share The Same Chemistry
... cheeks (blushing) and sexual organs (sensation of butterflies
in the stomach). The only difference between drug abuse in this regard is that the above-mentioned effect is less pronounced. Furthermore, the study also highlights the fact that ‘Birds of the same feather flock together’. In other words people ten...
No Kidding, All Gizmos and No Play Makes Jack A Super-Dull Boy!
...taking a walk in the garden, observing plants, and butterflies
and just being close to nature. Undoubtedly, this has its own benefits for healthy child development, much more than what heavy duty gizmos and gadgets can do. The present parenting trend increases stress in children and can even spark off depressio...
Natural Selection in Butterflies
... if it was introduced by migratory Southeast Asian butterflies
in which the mutation had already been established...hers found that males made up 39 percent of the 54 butterflies
collected. The researchers focused on the Samoan islands of Upolu and Savaii, where in 2001, males...
Size and Position of Floral Anther Plays a Vital Role in Pollination
... like tiny gumball dispensers. Unlike moths and butterflies
that are often brilliantly colored to warn potential predators that they carry toxins, flowers and the fruits they produce have brilliant colors and unusual shapes because they want to attract the attention of pollinators and frugivores who will disp...