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A gateway or cover for a divide between decks of a ship. See also: International trade.
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Descriptions of late-stage eggs and newly hatched larvae are also absent for northern rock sole larvae in Alaskan waters despite their commercial importance.
Project Officer Geraint Williams said: "On Saturday the mother osprey was very agitated a minute before the egg hatched and then the egg literally split in two and the chick emerged.
There was no significant difference between the 2 Homalodisca species for the proportion of hatched eggs on each of d 1, 2, 3, or 4-7 (all t-tests, P > 0.
Then, along with other freshly hatched chicks from the San Francisco Zoo, Sharpe will go back with the live chicks and leave them, hopefully two per nest, for the parents to raise.
These adults included one group of fish that had been raised in clean water and another that had hatched and grown to maturity in the wild.
The hatched poult then goes through imprinting, or the process of identifying with and establishing an attachment to social figures--like its mom and siblings.
A fossilized bird embryo dating to 121 million years ago has features that suggest that the species' young, unlike those of many modern birds, could walk about and feed themselves right after they hatched.
But a Hatched employee--there are about 3 million--can't be more involved than that in campaigns.
com, showing continuously updated (about every five seconds) images of the nest and its occupants: patriarch Bandit and his mate, Windsong, eventually to be joined by the members of the 11th family of chicks to be hatched at that location.
We ascertained which chick hatched from each egg during the hatching period by visiting each nest every 3 hrs (0600-1900 hrs) during daylight until all eggs hatched.
These new arrivals will mix well with locally hatched mallards and teal that nested in the Southland's many lakes and marshes.
Though eggs exposed to endosulfan hatched normally, Berrill's team reports in the September Environmental Toxicology And Chemistry, the highest pesticide concentrations caused the resulting tadpoles to temporarily exhibit a depressed "avoidance behavior.