Multiple interspecies differences were detected between humans and seven other mammals in 15 of the 24 metabolites measured in the intact crystalline lens and lens perchloric acid extracts. Generally, the number of statistically significant metabolite differences among the various species, relative to the human, increase in the following order: cat or approximately dog greater than pig greater than rat greater than sheep greater than rabbit greater than cow. ...
We have investigated the relationship between sexual isolation and DNA sequence divergence in the transformation (at locus rpoB) of a naturally competent strain of Bacillus subtilis. Using both genomic DNA and a PCR-amplified segment of gene rpoB as donor, we found that the extent of sexual isolation at locus rpoB was closely predicted, over three orders of magnitude, as a log-linear function of sequence divergence at that locus. Because sexual isolation between a recipient and any potential donor may be determined as a general mathematical function of sequence divergence, transformation is perhaps the only sexual system, in either the prokaryotic or the eukaryotic world, in which sexual isolation can be predicted for a pair of species without having to perform the cross. These observations suggest the possibility of a general approach to the indirect prediction of sexual isolation in bacteria recombining principally by natural transformation. ...
Analysis of the apo hQR1 and mQR1 structures shows that the substrate/nicotinamide binding site is a highly hydrophobic pocket with three potential hydrogen-bonding residues (Tyr-126′, Tyr-128′, and His-161) suitable for binding large quinolic compounds. In the hQR1-DQ structure, DQ is bound to this site by hydrophobic interactions, as well as by a water-mediated (W5) bridge from O4 to His-161. In these structures, C2 of the quinone lies almost on top of the N5 of FAD (3.5 Å apart), suggesting a Michael addition of the hydride from the FADH2 to this position of the substrate.. Comparison of all of the available QR1 structures shows that the side chain of Tyr-128 can adopt many different conformations. The different conformations result in opening and closing of the binding site, as well as in different interactions with substrates. For example, comparison of the structures of hQR1 and hQR1-DQ shows that Tyr-128 moves inside the cavity and away from the FAD to make room for the DQ (Fig. 5). ...
Video created by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for the course Lactation Biology. Milk is the product of the lactation process. Such a simple statement does not come close to doing justice to the complex nature of this biological ...
Mondhe, M and Chessher, A and Goh, S and Good, L and Stach, J E M (2014) Species-Selective Killing of Bacteria by Antimicrobial Peptide-PNAs. PLoS One, 9 (2). e89082. ...
Inter and intra species variation in the biofilm production of 54 Trichosporon spp. clinical isolates and 7 reference strains.A- 19 isolates from blood identifi
TY - JOUR. T1 - Sex-specific and lineage-specific alternative splicing in primates. AU - Blekhman, Ran. AU - Marioni, John C.. AU - Zumbo, Paul. AU - Stephens, Matthew. AU - Gilad, Yoav. PY - 2010/2. Y1 - 2010/2. N2 - Comparative studies of gene regulation suggest an important role for natural selection in shaping gene expression patterns within and between species. Most of these studies, however, estimated gene expression levels using microarray probes designed to hybridize to only a small proportion of each gene. Here, we used recently developed RNA sequencing protocols, which sidestep this limitation, to assess intra- and interspecies variation in gene regulatory processes in considerably more detail than was previously possible. Specifically, we used RNA-seq to study transcript levels in humans, chimpanzees, and rhesus macaques, using liver RNA samples from three males and three females from each species. Our approach allowed us to identify a large number of genes whose expression levels ...
Exposure to environmental insults generally occurs at low levels, making it challenging to measure bacterial responses to such interactions. Additionally, microbial behaviour and phenotype varies in differing bacterial types or growth phases, likely giving rise to growth- or species-specific responses to environmen
A group of researchers led by Andrea Cavalleri at the Max Planck Institute for Structure and Dynamics of Matter (MPSD) in Hamburg has demonstrated a new method enabling precise measurements of the interatomic forces that hold crystalline solids together. The paper Probing the Interatomic Potential of Solids by Strong-Field Nonlinear Phononics, published online in Nature, explains how a terahertz-frequency laser pulse can drive very large deformations of the crystal. ...
Listed as Least Concern in view of its wide distribution, and it is locally common with no major threats. The northern subpopulations are much scarcer, but these are likely to be a different subspecies or even a distinct species. Once the taxonomy is resolved the northern species or subspecies may qualify for threatened status ...
Should we be content simply to safeguard as much as we can of the planetary stock of species? Or should we pay equal if not greater attention to safeguarding evolutionary processes at risk (cf. refs. 64-66)? Consider, for instance, biodisparity: to cite Jablonski (49), If we are concerned with avoiding the loss of particular functional groups, or with maximizing the potential source pool for evolutionary recovery, then biodisparity measures may provide a more appropriate assessment, beyond sheer numbers of taxa, of how priorities should be set.. Following on from these considerations is the question of whether we should seek to maintain the evolutionary status quo by preserving precise phenotypes of particular species, or whether we should prefer to maintain phylogenetic lines that will enable evolutionary adaptations to persist, thereby leading to new species (67, 68). Is it sufficient for us to maintain, for example, just the two elephant species we already have, or should we try to keep ...
Youre right, humans and dogs cant reproduce. So you wont get anything like Barf the Mog from Spaceballs. A half man/half dog wouldnt get very far past a single cell (assuming the egg and sperm could even come together!). This is because dogs and people have very different sets of instructions in their DNA ...
Sometimes, unexpected research results are simply due toexperimental error. Other times, its the opposite - the scientistshave uncovered a new phenomenon that reveals an even more accurateportrayal of our bodies and our universe, overturningwell-established assumptions. Indeed, many great biologicaldiscoveries are made when results defy expectation. A few yearsago, researchers in the Burge lab were comparing the genomicevolution of several different mammals when they noticed a strangepattern. Whenever a new nucleotide sequence appeared in the RNA ofone lineage, there was generally an increase in the total amount ofRNA produced from the gene in that lineage. Now, in a new paper,the Burge lab finally has an explanation, which redefines our
Description: A sandwich ELISA for quantitative measurement of Human Crystal proteins a in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species ...
Intra-species ceBLATs and composite-EvoPrints identify conserved sequences within the input reference DNA that have rearranged in the aligning regions of other
Text searches may yield weird results when combined with other filters. If you want to find observation of a particular species, use the taxon filter ...
Text searches may yield weird results when combined with other filters. If you want to find observation of a particular species, use the taxon filter ...
Text searches may yield weird results when combined with other filters. If you want to find observation of a particular species, use the taxon filter ...
Text searches may yield weird results when combined with other filters. If you want to find observation of a particular species, use the taxon filter ...
Text searches may yield weird results when combined with other filters. If you want to find observation of a particular species, use the taxon filter ...
Text searches may yield weird results when combined with other filters. If you want to find observation of a particular species, use the taxon filter ...
CC-RIX mice provide a controlled genetically diverse model for studies of infection and immunology that may more closely mirror the diversity of the human response.
Nurses generally do not question the need for medicine to research disease and its treatment yet many cite as irrelevant research done on human responses and treatment of those responses to achieve nurse-sensitive outcomes.
IISERM Colloquia and Seminars - 2013 158. Seminar Dec 24th, 2013 (Tues 11:00 am) Dr. Samit Bhattacharyya "Population dynamic consequences of human response to infectious disease - Theory and Models" 157. Seminar Dec 20th, 2013 (Fri 4:00
Critical Care Nursing : The American Association of Critical Care Nurses defines critical care nursing as the specialty within nursing that deals specifically with human responses to life-threatening problems...responsible for ensuring that acutely and critically ill patients and their families receive optimal care.
So im interrested as im sure everyone is on how to get dense buds? Is it a strain dependant thing,a light thing or a fertalizer thing lol?I only have...
Read that previous post for a full explanation. This is the sort of data wed expect to have the strongest edge/center effects: focal areas with high information, areas large enough to allow searchlights to fit inside the middle of the informative areas. Its also likely that the activations in these areas are all in the same direction (higher activity during the moving stimuli than the non-moving stimuli), creating consistent differences in the amount of BOLD throughout the areas. Normalizing each example within each searchlight removes this consistent BOLD difference, and so classification fails ...
Hi there, Are there any online resources or wikis that would tell me the finer details for growing specific strains? Like some strains want higher...
Lycoperdon echinatum, Spiny Puffball fungus: pictures (images), habitat, edible or poisonous; identification, synonyms; similar species
All the innumerable differences which subsist between different animals may be classed under two heads, corresponding to the two aspects of every living being, morphological and physiological. One ani...
A large proportion of the emerging viral pathogens that have affected humans in the last decades are purported to have originated from various animal species.
Humans will have to cope with less food and shrink to the size of hobbits if they are to survive in a warmer world, according to scientists.
TY - JOUR. T1 - The return of the variance. T2 - Intraspecific variability in community ecology. AU - Violle, Cyrille. AU - Enquist, Brian J.. AU - McGill, Brian J.. AU - Jiang, Lin. AU - Albert, Cécile H.. AU - Hulshof, Catherine. AU - Jung, Vincent. AU - Messier, Julie. PY - 2012/4/1. Y1 - 2012/4/1. N2 - Despite being recognized as a promoter of diversity and a condition for local coexistence decades ago, the importance of intraspecific variance has been neglected over time in community ecology. Recently, there has been a new emphasis on intraspecific variability. Indeed, recent developments in trait-based community ecology have underlined the need to integrate variation at both the intraspecific as well as interspecific level. We introduce new T-statistics (T for trait), based on the comparison of intraspecific and interspecific variances of functional traits across organizational levels, to operationally incorporate intraspecific variability into community ecology theory. We show that a ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Interspecies differences in the kinetic properties of deoxycytidine kinase elucidate the poor utility of a phase I pharmacologically directed dose-escalation concept for 2-chloro-2′-deoxyadenosine. AU - Reichelová, Viera. AU - Juliusson, Gunnar. AU - Spasokoukotskaja, T.. AU - Eriksson, Staffan. AU - Liliemark, Jan. PY - 1995/11. Y1 - 1995/11. N2 - 2-Chloro-2′-deoxyadenosine (CdA, Cladribine), is a purine antimetabolite currently under investigation in phase II clinical trials for the treatment of lymphoid malignancies. Significant differences in CdA toxicity between mice and humans were observed during phase I clinical evaluation. For the elucidation of interspecies differences in drug toxicity the pharmacokinetics of CdA after subcutaneous injection and the kinetic properties of the CdA-phosphorylating enzyme, deoxycytidine kinase (dCK), were compared in mice and humans. The ratio of the dose lethal to 10% of mice (LD10) to the maximum tolerated dose (MTD) in humans was 50 ...
In view of the Tnfa gene location within the major histocompatibility (MHC) region and reports of its importance in disease protection activity, this paper examines the TNF a genes of a number of different mouse strains which were known to be of different disease response phenotypes. Twelve inbred mouse strains were studied. In a separate study, the repeat length in the (CA) n microsatellite located within the Tnfa promoter region of these 12 inbred mouse strains was determined, High relative molecular mass genomic (chramosomal) DNA of the inbred mouse strains was obtained from the Jackson Laboratory. The results of the study shows that pCR-RFLps were not detected in the promoter region. Two haplotypes were defined in the first intron and three haplotypes could be defined in 3 UTR in the 12 strains based on PCR-RFLP genotypes and, moreover, these were not strictly concordant with serologically defined H2 haplotypes ...
Question: Most results of restoration efforts are species-specific and/or site-specific and therefore are not general enough to be easily applied to other species and other sites. Our research addresses the issue of species-specific results by investigating the feasibility of using plant traits instead of taxonomic species to characterize species responses to restoration treatments. Specifically, we test the explanatory power of plant traits, one necessary prerequisite for the development of predictive and general plant trait models. Location: Ten remnant bunchgrass prairie sites in the Pacific Northwest of North America (Oregon and Washington, USA; British Columbia, Canada). Methods: We developed two types of quantitative models for each of 10 prairie restoration sites: 1) plant trait models, which related plant traits to species field responses following restoration management treatments, and 2) species identity models, which related species taxonomic identity to species field responses ...
3/15/19 It is commonly accepted that the Skin Surface Area over Body weight ratio (SA/BW) of infants and children is higher as compared with that in adults. Regarding the safety assessment process of cosmetic ingredients, Toxicological Reference Values (TRV) are expressed as mg/kg bw and the change in the ratio of surface area/body weight compared with an adult would give, according to A.G. Renwick (1998), a discrepancy of 2.3-fold for children at birth (except premature infants). Such inter individual variation is already covered by the generally accepted default value of 100 calculated for individual ingredients which is composed of 10 for interspecies variations (4.0 for toxicokinetics) and 10 for human variability, covering toxicokinetic (3.2) and toxicodynamic (3.2) differences between children and adults (A.G. Renwick (1998) and SCCS (2018)). Scheuplein et al. (2002) estimate that an uncertainty factor of 10 applied to this intra-species variability is a sufficiently powerful parameter to ...
Model organisms have longed played an important role in basic science studies and in the pharmaceutical industry. These organisms, ranging from yeast to worms to flies, share many processes that are similar to those active in humans which have made these and other animals the focus of many lab studies. Similarly, almost all drugs are initially tested on mice making cross species studies a key issue in drug development. However, many of the drugs that work well for mice fail in late stage human trials. Similarly, many interactions between highly conserved proteins in one species are not conserved, even between very close species. In this class we will discuss recent studies that try to compare and contrast genomics and functional genomics data across species with the goal of identifying the conserved and divergent processes that are active in each of the species being studied ...
For common people they have availed a web portal called www.aging.ai where by providing the blood test results, the AI can predict the age of subject with surprising high accuracy. It clearly shows the advances in the computational biology towards developing deeper and complex correlations between disease and biomolecules. In Silico Inc. is currently making considerable effort in developing deep learning solutions in the field of regenerative medicine, embryonic development, cross species comparison and new drug discovery program ...
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All eukaryotic cells are covered in a dense layer of carbohydrates that are key to cell-cell communication, development, neurobiology and immune function. In addition, many human viruses interact with cell-surface carbohydrates as receptors on their host cells in order to initiate infection. Carbohydrate structures are expressed in tissue- and species-specific patterns, and the availability of the receptor carbohydrate influences viral tissue tropism and host range. Viruses also encounter carbohydrates in the extracellular matrix and the environment on their way from one host cell to another. Some of these extracellular glycans sequester viruses from cells and are part of innate immunity, while others can render viruses more infectious. In any case, the specificity and affinity of viral proteins for carbohydrates determines viral spread, transmission and pathogenesis. However, protein-carbohydrate interactions are less well understood than protein-protein or protein-nucleic acid interactions. ...
A large number of diverse enzymes have evolved in animals that apparently function only to metabolize foreign chemicals. As will be discussed later, there are such large differences among species in the ability to metabolize xenobiotics, that animal models cannot be solely relied upon to predict how humans will metabolize a drug. Enzymes that metabolize xenobiotics have historically been called drug-metabolizing enzymes, although they are involved in the metabolism of many foreign chemicals to which humans are exposed. Thus, a more appropriate name would be xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes.Dietary differences among species during the course of evolution could account for the marked species variation in the complexity of the drug-metabolizing enzymes. Additional diversity within these enzyme systems has also derived from the necessity to detoxify a host of endogenous chemicals that would otherwise prove harmful to the organism, such as bilirubin, steroid hormones, and catecholamines. Many of these ...
Dear Woody,. Generally speaking, the STIs (sexually transmitted infections) we associate with person-to-person sexual contact, including HIV, cannot be transmitted through sexual contact between humans and animals because these infections are species-specific. There are a number of infections that are known to cross the species barrier, but these are not the STIs that concern most humans - for more information, check out the archived response to Bestiality. If you remain worried about potential disease risk with any type of sexual activity, follow safer-sex guidelines - such as wearing a condom - in each and every one of your sexual encounters.. Aside from infections, heres something else to consider: its impossible for animals to consent to sex with humans, and these acts are illegal in most places. If animals become the focus of ones sexual attention and activity, it might be time to call a mental health counselor in your area to explore whats on your mind: concerns, motivations, etc. Have ...
1DXO: Structures of Recombinant Mouse and Human Nad(P)H:Quinone Oxidoreductases:Species Comparison and Structural Changes with Substrate Binding and Release
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The problem is this: which tree are you talking about, and what does it mean to move up? In taxonomic terms, the vertical dimension of the tree is associated with generality vs. specificity of shared characteristics; it makes no sense to talk about how far up a particular species or genus or phylum or order is, because by definition every species is at the same level, every genus is at the same level, etc. . In genealogical terms, the vertical dimension of the tree is associated with earlier vs. later generations, so all currently living organisms are near the leaves. A particular species, phylum etc. may be farther up or down the tree in the sense that it came into being more or less recently, or went extinct, but this is an artifact of history and has no particular association with the characteristics of the species ...
Alterations in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) were once thought to be predominantly innocuous to cell growth. Recent evidence suggests that mtDNA undergo naturally occurring alterations, including mutations and polymorphisms, which profoundly affect the cells in which they appear and contribute to a variety of diseases, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer. Furthermore, interplay between mtDNA and nuclear DNA has been found in cancer cells, necessitating consideration of these complex interactions for future studies of cancer mutations and polymorphisms. In this issue of Cancer Research, Vivian and colleagues utilize a unique mouse model, called Mitochondrial Nuclear eXchange mice, that contain the nuclear DNA from one inbred mouse strain, and the mtDNA from a different inbred mouse strain to examine the genome-wide nuclear DNA methylation and gene expression patterns of brain tissue. Results demonstrated there were alterations in nuclear DNA expression and DNA methylation driven by ...
Munich, Europe, January 15, 2013 - Fujitsu today announces a new generation of displays that take desktop ergonomics to a new level, with screens that are clearer, more detailed, and more comfortable to use than ever before. For office-based desk jockeys who sit in front of a screen all day, their display is an indispensable interface. Choosing an ergonomic model thats easy on the eye can make a tremendous difference to user comfort and help reduce strain-related illness. ...
An initial list was compiled by Albert Dugal during a one-day visit in 1977. Additional observations were made by other naturalists in the 1980s and 1990s. This has resulted in an impressive but preliminary list of plants. Twenty-eight significant native plant species occur here. Significant species are those regarded as regionally or provincially rare or sparse. These species are shown in boldface.. TREES. ...
Maybe now we can renegotiate the corporate boundaries and interests that overtook those of communities.. (Originally published by YES! Magazine, Jun 29, 2016). The world is abuzz over Brexit, the United Kingdoms decision to exit the European Union (EU). Is it a victory for freedom, democracy, and national integrity? Or is it a racist retreat into xenophobia and isolationism? Will the EU itself survive or is this the beginning of its disintegration? As I reflect on these questions, I realize they raise essential issues that have profound implications far beyond Europe about how we set and manage boundaries.. We are only beginning to come to terms with the reality that we are a global species dependent on one living Earth. Consequently, we now must deal with a far greater degree of interdependence than ever before. We have only begun to recognize, let alone address, the implications of the boundaries within which we manage these relationships.. This lack of understanding is evident in the ...
I use same drying method and for some strains they dont smell spectacular and some do. This blue dream ive been running smelled good but now that its...
APRAs executive general manager Suzanne Smith said superannuation funds should expect the pace of regulatory change to continue into 2020 as she addressed the 2019 ASFA conference in Melbourne.
(2012) Yao et al. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. The biochemical and toxic effects of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo- p-dioxin (TCDD) have been the subject of intense study for decades. It is now clear that essentially all TCDD-induced toxicities are mediated by DNA-protein interactions involvi...
Recent innovations in sequencing technologies have provided researchers with the ability to rapidly characterize the microbial content of an environmental or clinical sample with unprecedented resolution. These approaches are producing a wealth of information that is providing novel insights into the microbial ecology of the environment and human health. However, these sequencing-based approaches produce large and complex datasets that require efficient and sensitive computational analysis workflows. Many recent tools for analyzing metagenomic-sequencing data have emerged, however, these approaches often suffer from issues of specificity, efficiency, and typically do not include a complete metagenomic analysis framework. We present PathoScope 2.0, a complete bioinformatics framework for rapidly and accurately quantifying the proportions of reads from individual microbial strains present in metagenomic sequencing data from environmental or clinical samples. The pipeline performs all necessary
This is a list of some qualitative laboratory tests that can be used to identify unknowns in lab. These are simple tests leading to the identification of a few anions and cations and some common gases. Also included here is flame test information for selected cations. ...
Molecular mechanisms that allow the Rhesus macaque CMV to cross species barriers shed light on how viruses can replicate in other species.
Twelve individual infections with spp. species have been reported; these cases resulted from contact with monkeys and the agent was identified as (6). The taxonomic status of these uninucleated species over the years has been confusing. They have been identified in CH5132799 various domestic and other animals and have been given separate names such as in cattle in sheep and in pigs in pigs and goats and in monkeys. However the numerous species cannot be distinguished from each other morphologically (3) and whether they occur in humans or are also genetically distinct continues to be to be set up. Burrows (3) recommended the usage of the name for the infectious agent in individual situations until it became feasible to tell apart one types of uninucleated from another. Various other authors prefer to mention many of these uninucleated ameba types (6). Over the last 4 years our lab in Leiden HOLLAND provides received many feces examples (= 1 229 for species-specific medical diagnosis of and ...
cremaster definition: A thin muscle tissue attached to the testicles.; into the pupae of particular species of butterfly, a hook-shaped protuberance from rear of the chrysalis casing, by which the caterpillar…
Recent work examined the repair of ear holes across a number of different mammals and revealed that regeneration appears to be a unique trait
The reasons animal models cannot predict human response to drugs and disease are to be found in a study of evolutionary biology and complex systems. As I have said many times, if someone wishes to understand this issue, she must study these areas. However, the empirical evidence is very strong and anyone willing to take the time to gather and study that evidence can come to the same conclusions.
Stress is an essential human response. It is part of our human survival kit. The way that we react to stress is very individual as it is based on our own perception of a situation. What one person finds stressful may have zero effect on another. Therefore, it is important for us to be able…
La Jolla, CA - The ability of the AIDS virus to infect one species and bypass another may hinge on a single amino acid, a Salk Institute study has found. The work builds on the knowledge that HIV, the AIDS virus that infects humans, is relatively harmless to mice and even monkeys. The study furthers understanding of how HIV infects specific species while sparing others, and may help in the eventual development of novel drugs that halt the disease.. ...
One specimen was still alive after 6.8 years in captivity [0669]. Considering the longevity of similar species, however, maximum longevity in these animals could be underestimated. It has, in fact, been reported that these animals can live up to 23.7 years in captivity [0979], which is possible but has not been verified. ...
Checking Cell Identity: Several different methods are available to detect inter-species and intra-species cross-contamination in cell cultures. Read more about this topic here!
Checking Cell Identity: Several different methods are available to detect inter-species and intra-species cross-contamination in cell cultures. Read more about this topic here!
1. In Dysdercus the abdominal segments are isolated from each other by an intersegmental region which can be distinguished on the basis of morphological and physiological criteria. 2. The...
For documenting flora of India that is being discussed on efloraofindia google e-group along with supplementing the working of the group. Efloraofindia (earlier Indiantreepix) is the largest Google e-group in the world in this field & largest nature related in India devoted to creating awareness, helping in identification etc. along with discussion & documentation of Indian Flora.
You must select a strain type and also whether the strain is a mutant or wild-type. To search the gene field for all strains carrying a particular locus, you will need to use the wildcard character *. For example, searching for his-3 finds 126 strains while searching for *his-3* finds 295 strains ...
UK and EU legislation provides certain species and habitats protection in order to safeguard them from activities that may damage or destroy them such as...
MIT biologists find that alternative splicing of RNA rewires signaling in different tissues and may often contribute to species differences.
How to Raise Rabbits. Rabbits are lovely pets to have. A rabbit is tame and playful, and yet also social. However, it does take a lot of work to take care of a rabbit. Like all pets, rabbits need a clean, healthy environment and the right...
How to Care for Disabled Rabbits. If your rabbit is disabled, you will find yourself doing a lot more for your rabbit than either he or you could have imagined. Since rabbits are very independent animals, your rabbits disability will make...
Rabbits are prone to many diseases but some are more common than others. Learn what you can do to prevent and even treat these rabbit problems.
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October 15, 2015 - A team of researchers radio-tags various species to learn more about them. The catch: They have to follow them as they fly ...