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Chameleons and copycats: How mimicry affects interpersonal persuasion

...omeone else eat a certain foodin this case, either goldfish crackers or animal crackers will cause the viewer...scribing a series of ads while occasionally taking goldfish or animal crackers from a bowl. Bowls of both goldfish and animal crackers were present, but the subject ...

ConAgra Mills Puts Focus on Fiber at International Baking Industry Expo

...ooth Whole Grain White Bread a national success. Ultragrain is also helping kids and adults add whole grains to their snack times with Pepperidge Farm goldfish Crackers Made with Whole Grain, as well as many other products lining grocery store shelves. About ConAgra Mills ConAgra Mills is a food ingredients...
goldfish in Biological News

The evolutionary foundation of genomic imprinting in lower vertebrates

...ity, has shown that, as mammalian Igf2 CpG island, goldfish Igf2 CpG island has a parental differentially meth...results showed that, as mammalian Igf2 CpG island, goldfish Igf2 CpG island was a parental differentially meth... suggested that the parent-specific methylation of goldfish Igf2 DMR might be a primitive genomic imprinting i...

Fish may actually feel pain and react to it much like humans

... animal sciences, helped develop a test that found goldfish do feel pain, and their reactions to it are much l...rinary Science, attached small foil heaters to the goldfish and slowly increased the temperature. The heaters ..., thus causing the later fear and anxiety. "The goldfish that did not get morphine experienced this painful...

Marine bacteria's mealtime dash is a swimming success

... CAMBRIDGE, Mass. goldfish in an aquarium are able to dash after food flakes at mealtime, reaching them before they sink or are eaten by other fish. Researchers at MIT recently ...

Ancient amphibians evolved a bite before migrating to dry land

...om living fish, we found that the shapes of sutures in the skull roof indicate whether a fish captures its prey by sucking it into the mouth -- like a goldfish -- or by biting on it directly, like a crocodile," says Markey, a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in Harvard's Department of Earth and Planetary ...

Bacteria that cause tooth decay able to survive without important biochemical pathway

... were able to adapt and survive gradual increases in acid resulting from their own metabolism, suggesting a backup pathway was in place. But, like goldfish dropped in new water, the altered bacteria could not contend with sudden environmental change. When artificially shocked with acid to a pH below that ...

Cytoplasm affects the number of vertebrae in carp-goldfish clones

...is controlled by the egg cytoplasm. Thus the egg cytoplasm of the recipient goldfish directs segmentation of the body and hence the number of vertebrae. Common carp have 33 to 36 vertebrae in their backbones, while goldfish have 26 to 28. Six of the seven cloned fish had between 26 and 28 vertebrae...
goldfish in Biological Technology

Interview with Medical College of Wisconsin Research Foundation's new director of marketing and licensing

...e group's first attempts to obtain fish serum involved purchasing pet store goldfish and extracting serum from their blood. Unfortunately, pet store goldfish are extremely small and the procedure was awkward. The group's second at...
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